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“A Full List of Bad Habits,” a New Article on Vkool.com, Delivers To People 12 Common Bad Habits - V-kool
Date:1/15/2014

Seattle, Wa (PRWEB) January 15, 2014

The new “A Full List Of Bad Habits” report on the website Vkool.com provides people with popular bad habits. Firstly, the article indicates that most bad habits are caused by two things, including stress and boredom. “People should try taking an honest inventory of their personal life and focus on correcting the bad habits that are creating stress in their life,” says Rebecca "Kiki" Weingarten, MSEd, MFA, coach and co-founder of Daily Life Consulting in New York. After that, the author recommends people to stop consuming too much caffeine because it affects stress levels and leads to poor sleep quality. “In the right amount, coffee is really a health food. But over-consumption of caffeine may actually break your concentration by causing jitters and anxiety,” says Dawn Jackson Blatner R.D., author of “The Flexitarian Diet.” Secondly, the article reveals the importance of a healthy breakfast in children and teens. “It is a common habit to skip breakfast in the morning. Having breakfast boosts metabolism and increases the energy levels throughout the day. Skipping breakfast may put you on the fast track to weight gain, osteoporosis, heart disease, irritability or mood swings, low energy levels, and menstrual irregularity,” says Milton Stokes, RD, MPH, chief dietitian for St. Barnabas Hospital in New York City.

Lastly, the article takes readers through a process of discovering how to fix bad eating habits efficiently. People should start each day with a nutritious breakfast and eat more meals with their partner or family. Furthermore, in the report, readers also get to know othe
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