9 Easy Ways to Sneak More Exercise Into Your Day

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At Belty, we believe in making the most out of the small moments throughout the day. You don’t need to spend an hour at the gym to get a bit of exercise every day. Try these easy fixes to increase your daily activity. 1. Stretch Stretching is a simple activity you can do anywhere, even at your desk. It helps blood flow and increases your range of motion. It can also help prevent injury. Keep it light, and hold stretches for at least 30 seconds. 2. One-mile rule If you…read more

How IoT Will Improve in 2017

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Your phone, your TV, your laptop, your activity tracker – why can’t they all talk to each other easily? IoT, or the Internet of Things, has been a hot topic for years – but it just hasn’t quite caught on yet. So what’s the holdup? While the IoT is supposed to connect all our devices in stress-free technological synchronicity – the practice turns out a little different than the theory. This year, expect a refocus on working out the bugs and seeing companies executing the concept better than ever before….read more

Important Screening Tests for Men You Shouldn’t Skip

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One of the easiest things men (and women) can do for their health is getting appropriate screening tests. Screenings are important to help catch diseases early and treat them successfully. Skipping these important tests could be a matter of life and death, especially for men – who are less likely to see their doctors on a regular basis. Here are 5 simple tests to pay attention to: 1. Cancers Skin, prostate, testicular and colorectal cancers are among the most common cancers found in American men. Screening tests can find the…read more

2017 Food Trend: Flexitarian is the new Vegetarian

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We all know that eating less meat is good for our health and good for the environment. However, for many, social pressure creates the fear that once you go vegetarian or vegan you can never eat meat again without begin seen as a hypocrite – until now! The major predicted food trend of 2017 is flexitarianism – touted as a more realistic and achievable alternative to vegetarianism or veganism. Flexitarian A flexitarian might only eat meat on weekends or when eating out socially. The idea is that it is up…read more