LIG Health and Wellness Round-up – Fall 2023 Edition

Fall 2023 Edition: Healthy Living Ideas from around the Internet – The information below comes from leading experts and information resources on healthy living. LIG has curated these articles to help keep you up to date on the latest news, trends, and data on leading a healthier lifestyle, which can help save you money and keep your healthcare costs down when paired with the benefits of your health coverage.

From Health Living to Health Eating and your Mental Health you will find resources below that can help keep you and your family healthy throughout 2023 and 2024.

Healthy Living:

Here’s how much exercise you should be doing each day, says expert: It’s ‘less than you might think’

Scientists Find There’s Usually a Telltale Sign the Day Before a Heart Attack

A longevity doctor says this is the No. 1 mistake that will ‘make you age faster’

The #1 Fruit for Lowering Blood Pressure, According to a Dietitian

10 little daily habits that make a big difference in the long run


Healthy Eating:

Our 15 Best Slow-Cooker Dinners for a Healthy Heart

Health Benefits Of Pumpkin

Simple Anti-Inflammatory Dinners for Fall (Weekly Plan & Shopping List!)

22 Easy Three-Step Casserole Recipes You’ll Want to Make This Fall

14 Of The Unhealthiest Dishes At Your Favorite Chinese Restaurant


Mental Health:

Try These 30-Day Challenges to Boost Well-Being

These habits can cut the risk of depression in half, a new study finds

10 questions to ask your parents before it’s too late

Psychiatry and Inflammatory Conditions

Foods that improve brain function and mood


Health Tips:

It’s open enrollment season for health coverage. If you’re self-employed, you can’t afford to ignore it

A go bag is an essential tool during natural disasters. Here’s how to build your own

3 more crucial things you must say goodbye to in retirement — most Americans can’t do it. But can you?

Want to Better Understand Customer Behavior? You Just Need Beer and Bicycles

Turning 26? Here’s how to transition off your parent’s health plan


LIG Solutions is not affiliated with any of these information sources, and this data is provided as a resource to help promote a healthy lifestyle. These curated articles are not intended to be medical advice, and if you have questions about this information, please talk with your physician or a trained medical professional to see if these ideas may benefit you.

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