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Support Weight, Immunity, and Longevity

From eNewsletter 5/17/2023

DID YOU KNOW that small acts of kindness are frequent and universal? In a study that certainly reaffirms faith in humanity, around the world, researchers revealed that people help each other about every 2 minutes. The average rates of rejection (10%) and ignoring (11%) help were much lower than the average rate of compliance (79%). To help others when needed transcends cultural differences, suggesting that, deep down, people from all cultures have more similar cooperative behaviors than prior research has established. The findings in Scientific Reports suggest that being helpful is an ingrained reflex in the human species. What a welcome finding! ANNOUNCEMENT: If you sent us a text between Sunday, May 14th and now, we did not receive it. We apologize for the inconvenience. We have a new number for texting: (847) 497-0902 Please resend your text and make sure you get a confirmation reply. Also, please make a note of this change on your mobile phone.

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Steve Minsky MS, HWC As a Health and Wellness Counselor, he will analyze and offer solutions to optimize not only the food you eat, but every aspect of your lifestyle, whether for prevention or healing. More information on Steve's services.

Text Us If It Is Convenient We accept text messages (except for Bonnie). Type (847) 497-0902 and text away!

Pet Wellness Start your pets off right this year with our dietary supplement line for dogs and cats! ThorneVet has an impeccable reputation among veterinarians. To order from our wellness shop, please visit here (for prices, enter the Guest Area password: discount2018). Carolyn Martinelli a.k.a. "Coach Care" is available to answer your questions about ThorneVet pet supplements at nutroconpet@gmail.com. Please leave detailed contact information as well as the name, age, sex, breed, and/or health issue(s) and med(s) of your pet so Carolyn can respond accordingly. Online Gift Cards Giving the gift of wellness has never been easier. Order your gift cards here.

Infection Support

Prevention or During Infection COVID-19 is endemic, meaning it is here to stay. Moreover, we are exposed to many other endemic viruses including influenza (flu), respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), norovirus (stomach flu), adenovirus (common cold), monkeypox, and four other coronaviruses (common cold), among others. Support your immune system year-round with our Free Prevent and Fight Viruses 2.0 Protocol here.

Have a happy, healthy day! Steve and Bonnie Minsky

In Today's Issue...

  • WC Feature* Sleep Update

  • Sleep for Weight, Immunity, Longevity

  • May 20% OFF Sale Items

  • Case Report

  • Chiro Corner NEW!

  • Pure Genomics

  • Blog Briefs NEW!

  • Well Connect Member Benefits

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Sleep Supports Weight, Immunity, and Longevity

Steve: Not that you need to be reminded about how important sleep is, but I could not help sharing these recent studies with you. People who had higher scores for sleep health, based on regularity, satisfaction, alertness, timing, efficiency and duration, during a 12-month weight loss program were more likely to follow the caloric intake and exercise components of the program in comparison to peers who scored lower for sleep health. The research was presented at the American Heart Association's Epidemiology, Prevention, Lifestyle & Cardiometabolic Health Scientific Sessions 2023. Sleeping too little or too much can be problematic for your immune system. Researchers in Frontiers in Psychiatry found that patients who reported sleeping too little or too much were more likely to report a recent infection, and patients who experienced chronic sleep problems were more likely to report needing antibiotics. The "sweet spot" for sleep quantity is 6 to 8 hours. Getting good sleep can play a role in supporting your heart and overall health, and maybe even how long you live, according to research presented at the American College of Cardiology's Annual Scientific Session. The study found that young people who have more beneficial sleep habits are incrementally less likely to die early. Moreover, the data suggest that about 8% of deaths from any cause could be attributed to poor sleep patterns.

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