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Eat With AVA Weekly Digest - August 9, 2017

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Welcome to AVA's weekly digest with curated stories about health, nutrition, fitness, and overall wel
 
August 9 · Issue #13 · View online
Eat With AVA
Welcome to AVA’s weekly digest with curated stories about health, nutrition, fitness, and overall wellness.
This week, we explore how drinking moderately may reduce risk of diabetes, dispel myths about coconut water, learn about an exercise to improve depression, and see another reason why sleep is so important.

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Nutrition
Drinking alcohol can be part of healthful diet and may lead to a lower risk of diabetes. The amount, frequency, and type of alcohol is very important and differs per gender. 
Drinking Wine Is Linked to a Lower Risk of Diabetes
While coconut is high in potassium and can improve your hydration, it is not the cure-all that many speak about. Drinking water and eating a banana have similar health benefits. 
What Are The Benefits of Coconut Water?
Fitness
Low-grade inflammation linked to high-fat diets can harm cells & tissues and raise the risk of obesity, heart disease, cancer, and other diseases. Exercising at an early age may prevent these negative effects.
Exercise in Early Life Has Long-Lasting Benefits
Both aerobic and non-aerobic exercise should be part of a well-balanced physical activity plan. Stretching properly aids the muscles in performing optimally. Yoga is one effective way to improve flexibility and may also improve depression.
Yoga Effective at Reducing Symptoms of Depression
Wellness
A lack of sleep affects more than just your energy levels. Not getting enough shut-eye can lead to an increased risk of disease and a larger waistline.
The Fewer Hours You Snooze, The Heavier You Are Likely To Be
Today, one in five children (ages 6-19) are obese. Take advantage of Kids Eat Right month to focus on your and your family’s health.  
August is Kids Eat Right Month
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