Reader's Digest Health Hacks

Reader's Digest Health Hacks

Reader's Digest Health Hacks
Quick Fixes to Prevent Disease and Improve Wellbeing
Reader's Digest Hacks
By The Editors of Reader's Digest
Published by Trusted Media Brands, Inc., Reader's Digest


More than 500 little tweaks to your routine that are scientifically proven to help you lose weight, prevent disease, and even wipe years from your appearance.

If you’ve burned out on the paleo or keto diets and have fallen off the Peloton and HIIT wagon, try Health Hacks. These simple tips and tricks allow to sneak healthy choices into your day without overhauling your lifestyle.

For example:
* Start your day with a cup of hot cocoa while you tackle your most creative work. Research finds that one cup of cocoa a day for five days can increase blood flow in the brain, hands, and legs, and helps regulate blood pressure.

*Move your bed away from any outside walls. This will help cut down on noise, which a Spanish study found could be a significant factor in insomnia.

*When you’re nervous, tighten and release your abdominal muscles over and over again. You’ll strengthen your abs and take your mind off your anxiety at the same time.

Like all Reader's Digest health books, the information in the book is reliable and based on authoritative information but presented in an easy-to-understand and easy-to-implement way.
A STRIPPED-DOWN TAKE ON ONE OF READER’S DIGEST BEST-SELLING CATEGORIES: With short tips and a clean design, this book is the Reader's Digest version of Reader’s Digest’s authoritative yet accessible health references.

SMALL CHANGES, BIG BENEFITS:  Health Hacks offers simple lifestyle changes that can have a big health benefit, such as tips on how to sneak in more vegetables, keep germs at bay, sharpen your memory, and much more.

SECOND BOOK IN NEW SERIES: Health Hacks follows Everyday Survival Hacks, a similar collection of evergreen advice in a format that is being well-received.

Paperback | 256 pages | $14.99 USD | 5.5" x 7" | 9781621455134 | December 29, 2020