Well, turns out there might be more to being a healthy weight than just exercising and eating right. Head over to our link in bio to find out more about obesogens, or chemicals that promote fat development, and how to avoid them.
That's a lot of time in bed! So, with all of those precious hours sleeping on a mattress, making sure it's one that is both comfy and healthy is a good idea. We have put together some tips for what to look for when buying a mattress to make sure it's not introducing any not-so-safe chemicals to you or anyone else spending time in your bed - like your SO, your dog, or your kids. The big tips: 1. Looks for one with natural materials 2. Stay away from added chemicals like flame retardants or antimicrobials 3. Check for third-party certifications We also have a roundup (linked to from the article) that pulls together some of the safest mattresses on the market.
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Researchers have found that different substances, that they like to call obesogens, can also play a role in your body's ability to maintain a healthy weight. These obesogens can affect things like if and when your body feels full or processes sugar. Some easy changes to help you limit your contact with obesogens are to: 1. Choose fish and meat that are low in fat 2. Switch to non plastic food storage containers when you can 3. Always wash your hands before you eat For more tips and a better explanation of obesogens, check out the link in our profile.
But, don't fear, we have some super easy tips to help you protect your sperm. A couple highlights from the list: 1) clean your home 2) use cold water when you cook 3) keep your phone in your back pocket or in your bag Check out the full article for more simple tips and the reasons why you should follow these tips. A little secret, they are good for your overall health, too, not just your sperm.
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