How a Lack of Habit Can Suppress Your Health

Zach Anderson
Use the stairs instead of an elevator or an escalator.

Use the stairs instead of an elevator or an escalator.

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Have you ever considered all the things marketed to you to that promise to make you healthy? The latest headlines and social media trends always seem to highlight a recent study on how to live until you are 102, or how to lose those stubborn last five pounds. Given the many demands on our time, it seems nearly impossible to focus on one of these studies, let alone the hundreds that are thrown at you on social media. Meanwhile, you are overwhelmed with client meetings, contract review, or an upcoming motion to suppress. It is no surprise that we reach for quick fixes, such as fit tea, body wraps, 1200-calorie diets, or meal replacement shakes. 

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