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Inbox Magazine 2.26.2012 Healthy & Fit Living

Feb 19th 2012 at 2:03 PM

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Dear readers,
Every month we write articles in our E-mail in box Magazine on a number of subects and
make them availible in our printed version of this magazine and delevered your home or

Some of the subjects that we write about in this magazine range from business, financies,
health and fitness these are our regular subjects you will also find bonus articles on topics
such as beauty, gadgets, fashion and other subjects. See this issue online click here

I hope you enjoy this months issues =)
Chris Brown
Healthy and Fit

The rich are different from you and me—they live longer. The good news: You can add healthy years to your ledger, too. Simply steal these rich-guy lifestyle moves that won't cost you a dime.

In order to be successful fiancially it takes a lot
of self discipline. The same is true when it comes
to your health.

What nornally happens if a person is successful in
one part of their life they will probably be successful in another part of your life.

If you have the self discipline to be successful in financially your will also have the self discipline to be healthy.

Michael Marmot, Ph.D., in his book The Status Syndrome: How Social Standing Affects Our Health and Longevity says there is an average life span difference of 12 years between
the poor and the wealthy.

It is not the money the effects the life spand but rather wealthy people normally are willing to do what the poor and middle class are not.

My friend owns a gym and says that with in 90 days 80% of people will stopping coming to
a gym even though they have paid for the year.

In the home based business industry the numbers are still the same with in 90 days 80% of
people will quite.

Harvard University researchers crunched more than 40 years of U.S. Census data to reveal that the gap in premature death rates between the poorest and the richest Americans has nearly doubled since 1980. In fact, people who earned less than $36,000 a year in 2000 faced a 64 percent higher risk of early death than those in households bringing in more than $101,000 annually. Get the raise, or die.

Nancy E. Adler, Ph.D., a professor of medical psychology at the University of California at San Francisco. "If you could know only one thing about a person and predict that person's health and longevity, you'd ask about social class. It's even more important than family history."

The poorer you are, the less healthy you're likely to feel. That's the finding of a recent Columbia University study.

CDC's National Health Interview Survey make the case even stronger. In 2006, nearly nine times as many lower-income adults (whose families earned less than $35,000 a year) reported being in fair or poor health as affluent adults (whose families pulled in $75,000-plus). Wealth and health go hand in hand.

2008 Cambridge study published in the journal Public Library of Science Medicine, which examined 20,244 men and women, ages 45 to 79, living in the same English county. The researchers gathered baseline data in the mid-'90s, asking the participants if they engaged in any combination of four common healthy habits: exercise, moderate alcohol use, daily fruit and vegetable intake, and abstention from tobacco. Eleven years later, they followed up to see who died in the interim. Result: The people who engaged in none of the healthy behaviors were four times as likely to have died as those who engaged in all four, regardless of social class. Practicing four simple healthy habits, concluded the researchers, "was equivalent to being 14 years younger in chronological age."

Research shows once you pass a family threshold of about $125K per year, further health gains seem beyond reach.

After reading this don't you think it is not time to start taking your health more
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Read more at Men's Health:

Stay tune for next month issue of Fit Living E-mail InBox Magazine.

Chris Brown

Insurance marketing | life insurance marketing | hospital marketing | California Screamin

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