One of the 5 P’s of Life is “physical health.” Staying healthy is important and impacts all aspects of your life. Here are physical health tips we tweeted last month. Every Friday, we tweet a new tip. Click here to follow us on Twitter.

Add regular aerobic exercise to protect collateral circulation + lessen the severity of stroke later in life.

Physical activity slows the shortening of telomeres (associated with cardiovascular disease, diabetes and major cancers).

Follow recommended guidelines from the USDA on how to store your fruits and vegetables to prolong freshness.

Improve your running by devoting some days to hills, some days to long slow runs, and other days to sprints.

If you’re tired all the time, you may have a medical condition – schedule an appointment with your doctor. 

References for our tips are found below – click on the title to go to the link.

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