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5 Worst Habits Shortening Your Life

By Heather Newgen of ETNT Health | Slide 1 of 7: It's pretty well known that bad habits like smoking and excessive drinking will shorten your lifespan, but other unhealthy behaviors can also contribute to a premature death that you may not even realize. Dr. Tomi Mitchell, a Board-Certified Family Physician with Holistic Wellness Strategies tells Eat This, Not That! Health, "Other habits that can shorten our life expectancy include eating processed foods high in sugar and fat, sitting for long periods, and not getting enough exercise. While some of these habits may seem harmless, they can all contribute to a decrease in our overall health and wellness. The good news is that many of these habits are under our control. By making small changes to our lifestyle, we can dramatically improve our health and increase our life expectancy. Dr. Mitchell reveals which bad habits to stop immediately and why. Read on—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had COVID.

5 Worst Habits Shortening Your Life

It's pretty well known that bad habits like smoking and excessive drinking will shorten your lifespan, but other unhealthy behaviors can also contribute to a premature death that you may not even realize. Dr. Tomi Mitchell, a Board-Certified Family Physician with Holistic Wellness Strategies tells Eat This, Not That! Health, "Other habits that can shorten our life expectancy include eating processed foods high in sugar and fat, sitting for long periods, and not getting enough exercise. While some of these habits may seem harmless, they can all contribute to a decrease in our overall health and wellness. The good news is that many of these habits are under our control. By making small changes to our lifestyle, we can dramatically improve our health and increase our life expectancy. Dr. Mitchell reveals which bad habits to stop immediately and why. Read on—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had COVID.

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