Peter Weedfald, Senior Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Sharp Home Appliances has what might appear to be a crazy idea: Eat, drink and breathe more water. The science proves him right.
It’s that time of year again! Do you have your New Year’s resolutions outlined for 2019?
According to the Nielsen Strategic Health Perspectives Study, 87 percent of U.S. adults engage in some activity to proactively manage their wellness or to address an existing health issue.
Nielsen’s “Top 5 New Year’s Resolutions” survey conducted in 2015 reported “staying fit and healthy” was the number one resolution, with “losing weight” a close second. I know you’re curious as to what came next! The third most popular resolution was “spend less, save more.” Fourth was “enjoy life to the fullest,” and fifth was “spend more time with family.” Results from 2016 varied only by one or two percentage points, with the healthy lifestyle keeping the top two spots.
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