Nutrition, Sleep, Exercise: See How Much You Need?

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Maximum Health and Wellness Habits

Feeling great is everything. We’re driving the importance of prioritizing our healthiest selves because we Live to the Max every day with Max products.

Health wealth — we’re sharing it. And that includes an important mention of things you may already know but are always good to be reminded of or motivated to do. In addition to optimum Nutrition, these are absolutely essential to our quality of life.

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Exercise – Movement of any kind – moderate or maximum – has been scientifically proven to make a person less likely to suffer illness earlier in aging or premature death versus a person who chooses to be sedentary.

2.5 hours of moderate-intensity (or higher) aerobic activity is the minimum amount of movement per week that specialists suggest.

Sleep – A minimum of 7 hours per night has been scientifically shown to make a person less likely to suffer illness earlier in aging or premature death versus a person who lacks sufficient sleep.

7 hours per night is the minimum amount of sleep specialists suggest.

If you have to choose between exercise or sleep — exercise is shown to be more important. However, feeling tired affects performance — and that may be more important for many when work is a consideration.

Finally — both make the other easier and more fulfilling – good sleep makes for better exercise and exercise supports better sleep.

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