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No More Empty Promises-Make 2015 the Year Your Habits Changed for Good!

This year make your goal to not blindly make promises, but instead to truly understand the latest information that will keep you healthy every year of your life. Health correspondent Jim Morelli will share his guidebook of guidelines to help you assess what the best supplements and health products are for you and most importantly, why

Making 2015 the Year Your Habits Changed for Good!

Let January go, it’s never too late to start.”

As the New Year begins, we all strive to make commitments to our health-quitting those bad-for-us habits, eating right, and exercising more. But with all of the new information and conflicting views about what IS healthy, how do we know what we should be putting into our bodies and why?

This year make your goal to not blindly make promises, but instead to truly understand the latest information that will keep you healthy every year of your life. Health correspondent Jim Morelli shares his guidebook of guidelines to help you assess what the best supplements and health products are for you and most importantly, why.

Start with small things. Add a fruit or vegetable with every meal. Get an extra 10 or 15 minutes of sleep. Then build on that and you will be on the road to make lasting changes.

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Supplements can help but you need to know more about what you are taking and what is best for your bodies.  Look for the USP verified mark on the label. It is an independent organization task with insuring purity and potency of the nations drug supply.  It will let you know that what’s on the label is in the bottle.

For more information visit the website at www.uspverified.org

And since this is flu season, Jim recommends you track the flu at www.cdc.gov.

ABOUT THE GUEST:

Health Reporter Jim Morelli is a pharmacist and worked as a poison control specialist before switching to print and eventually television journalism. His publication credits include numerous magazine and newspaper articles, as well as two books, “Poison: How to Handle the Hazardous Substances in Your Home” and “Working Out on the Road”. He has worked as a writer for WebMD and as a reporter and anchor for CNN and CNN Headline News.

This segment is furnished by United States Pharmacopeial

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