Live Well: Live healthily, feel healthy

With most people’s new year resolutions now two months in the rearview mirror, it may be time for a bit of a boost; a reminder that those goals don’t have to go by the wayside, and that a healthy lifestyle really is possible.

Lucy Sorenson, registered dietitian for the LiVe Well Center at Intermountain St. George Regional Hospital, said it can be as basic and drilling down to determine the specifics of an individual’s health goals.

“People say, ‘I know what to do, I just don’t do it,’ or ‘I don’t know how to do it,’” Sorenson said. “But figuring out what the ‘it’ is, that’s an imperative step. They might say, ‘I want to lose 50 pounds,’ but that’s not what is motivating them. It may actually be, ‘I want to go walking with my friends and not feel out of breath’, or ‘I want to get off my

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Ditching the Western diet could help you live up to 13 years longer

BERGEN, Norway (StudyFinds.org) — Switching to a healthier diet of nuts, beans, and whole grains as a young adult can help you live a decade longer, a new study on longevity reveals. A team from the University of Bergen says that healthy diet changes actually benefit people of all ages, but the earlier someone moves away from red and processed meat, the better it is in the long run.

Researcher Lars Fadnes says dietary risk factors contribute to 11 deaths and an additional 255 million years of life disrupted by disability every single year. In the new study, researchers used data from the Global Burden of Diseases study to create a model estimating the benefits to life expectancy from eating certain foods. The team has made this tool — the Food4HealthyLife calculator — publicly available online.

A longer life can boil down to your diet

The results show

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Charli XCX ‘heartbroken’ after being axed from Saturday Night Live



Charli XCX holding a sign posing for the camera: Charli XCX was cut from Saturday Night Live


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Charli XCX was cut from Saturday Night Live

Charli XCX felt “devastated and heartbroken” after being dropped from ‘Saturday Night Live’.

The 29-year-old star had been due to perform on the long-running comedy show on Saturday (18.12.21.), but her appearance was cancelled hours before the programme went live amid rising concerns over the Omicron variant of COVID-19.

Charli wrote on Instagram: “Hi everyone, due to the limited crew at tonight’s taping of ‘SNL’ my musical performances will no longer be able to go ahead. I am devastated and heartbroken.”

The pop star was looking forward to bringing “the most amazing musical performance to life”.

She added: “It can’t happen this time but I’ll be back! I am currently safe and healthy but of course very sad. Please look after yourselves out there and make sure you get vaccinated if you haven’t already. Lots of love, Charli (sic)”

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