Did you make a resolution to exercise more this year? You’re not alone. According to a survey, these are the top New Year’s resolutions of 2023:
1. 52% vowed to exercise more.
2. 50% said they'd eat healthier.
3. 40% pledged to lose weight.
4. 39% said they planned to save more money.
5. 37% swore they'd spend more time with family and friends.
Here’s an easy resolution to make … drink more water. A new study found that people who stay hydrated are healthier and live longer than people who don’t drink enough water. The 30-year study measured serum sodium levels in more than 11,000 adults. The researchers found that when people were dehydrated, their serum sodium levels increased. High levels of serum sodium were associated with signs of accelerated biological aging as well as conditions like heart and lung disease.
January is the month of dieting ... So, which diet is the best? Forbes teamed up with a panel of health experts to rank the best diets overall for 2023. The one that was named the Best for Overall Health was the Mediterranean Diet. The diet emphasizes vegetables, fruit, olive oil, fish, legumes whole grains, and limited meat consumption.