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Accutrition Blog

  • From Your Couch To 5K

    What sounds more appealing: running a 5k or binge watching your favorite show on Netflix? Most people don't get enough exercise, and it is an enormous contributor to the health epidemic in America. If you want to commit to a healthy lifestyle, running is a great way to start! Running has many benefits for your body that go beyond losing weight. Exercise that increases your cardiovascular output helps your heart operate at its most efficient level. Doing so can drastically decrease your risk of heart failure. Regular exercise can also improve brain function. Runners’ brains are more capable of creating new neuronal connections, which are critical for completing daily tasks and learning new things. Running can also change your overall mood. When you run, your body releases endorphins. Endorphins can make you feel happier and more excited. So, after you pause Netflix, where do you get started?
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  • The Dangers Of Bad Sleep Habits

    Sleeping well is one of the most critical aspects of functioning as a human being. If you go 3 days without sleep, you are considered clinically insane due to sleep deprivation. The body cannot function properly without rest and neither can the brain. But... how much sleep is enough? The answer varies based on the individual and can range anywhere from four to nine hours.  How can you know how much your body needs?
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  • Hello World!

    Welcome to the blog by Accutrition Nutritional Consultants! We created this space to share information about healthy living with our clients and customers. Although vitamins and supplements are a key component to leading a healthy life, there is more to your well-being than just that. This page will be used to share valuable information about all of the components of upholding a positive well-being, like exercise, diet, vitamins, and other things.
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