The Randoms: More $, More Stress? And the Simplest Diet Ever

Do you have a hard time being motivated to work out? Do it in a group. A study found that people who have a hard time sticking to an exercise routine had more success when they exercised with other people. The research, which focused on walking for exercise, found that walking with a regular group not only improved a person's likelihood of sticking to the activity – but it also improved the participant's quality of life. (Anglia Ruskin University)

   

Reading, Writing, Arithmetic and Yoga ... It's hard to imagine that third-graders are stressed … but they are. And a new study from Tulane University found that doing yoga in school greatly improved the emotional health and well-being of third graders who exhibited signs of stress and anxiety at the beginning of the school year. (Tulane University)

     

More money, more stress … Making more money may make things easier, but it can also mean more stress, according to a LinkedIn study. The study revealed that 68 percent of people making more than $200,000 a year reported feeling stressed at work, compared to 47 percent of those making $35,000 to $50,000 annually and 38 percent of workers earning between $50,000 and $75,000 a year. (Moneyish)

           

Is this the simplest diet ever? Forget measuring cups and scales, a Danish dietician has created what is being called the simplest diet in the world. Suzy Wengel, a dietician and the CEO of a biotech company, wrote a book called The Scandi Sense Diet, which is based on this simple approach: Each meal should consist of four handfuls: One of protein, one of carbs, two of vegetables … and a spoonful of fat. No counting, no logging, no measuring -- just use your palm to determine how much to eat. Wengel says she lost 88 pounds in 10 months by following this diet and has kept the weight off since. She estimates that the handful plan translates to about 1,500 calories a day for women and 2,000 for men. (Business Insider)

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