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5 Major Life Changes Bob Harper Has Made Since Having a Near-Fatal Heart Attack
by Amy Capetta
Woman's Day Translate This Article
2 May 2018
On 2 May 2018 Woman's Day reported: Biggest Loser trainer and TODAY show health contributor Bob Harper, 52, suffered a near-fatal heart attack in February 2017. Since then he's made some major changes to his diet, workouts, and lifestyle. . . . he embraces carbs, mid-intensity workouts, Transcendental Meditation, and living in the moment. ''Balance in every aspect of my life—especially now—is super important,'' the three-time New York Times bestselling author says. It is a joy for Global Good News service to feature this news, which indicates the success of the life-supporting programmes Maharishi has designed to bring fulfilment to the field of health.
''TM, yoga, and my dogs really help me with managing my stress,'' he emphasizes. ''I tell people you have to find whatever it is in your life that you can do to turn off the white noise, just for a few minutes. . . . It helps your brain, it helps your body.''
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