How To Live A Healthy Lifestyle
Find out How To Live A Healthy Lifestyle with my top tips!
Many of the people I work with seem to forget about the basics of good health, and even though you may have heard about these before, you must implement them rather than ‘always be trying’. The is a ton of useful information out there on the internet but implementation and motivation is lacking for most people.
I PERSONALLY CHALLENGE YOU to follow these tips for the next 7 days and I guarantee if you do these, you will feel better, lose a little extra weight, have more energy and be more focused. Want that? Then let’s get started!
How To Follow A Healthy Lifestyle Top Tips!
Get to bed. Thats right! Lack of sleep actually slows your metabolism down, leading to weight gain. Aim for 8 hours every night and you will feel better too. I like to use a rain sounds app which really helps to still the mind before checking out for the day, you can set it to switch off after a certain period of time automatically.
Drink water. 60% of you is water, so it’s essential you drink regularly. This improves energy, flushes out toxins in the body and also promotes weight loss, we can often confuse hunger for thirst. Buy a large bottle of water and be sure to finish it each day, having it by your side is a constant reminder and also an indicator of how much you actually drink.
Exercise regularly. It’s my professional recommendation that we all should be doing some kind of physical activity 3 times per week for 30 minutes as a starting point. Whatever it is you do, whether it’s walking the dog, training at home or going to a class, book in 3 sessions in your diary now with the alarm set to remind you. Keep your heart, lungs and body healthy!
Cut out sugar. Did you know that sugar is more addictive than some class A drugs? It’s in most of our foods and it is literally sapping your energy, destroying your health and promotes fat storage. Focus on low glycemic foods for increased wellness, energy and weight loss.
Reduce your alcohol. Over time, drinking excessive amounts of alcohol can lead to serious health risks such as liver disease, heart disease, digestive issues and even cancer. The body treats alcohol as a toxic substance, so it’s best avoided. If you find that you are being influenced by certain people, take yourself out of that scenario, it’s literally destroying your health.
Eat more green vegetables. Veggies are awesome for digestive health, an abundant source of vital nutrients and reduce the risk of disease such as stroke, cancer, diabetes and assist in maintaining a healthy blood pressure. Opt for more of these in the evenings with your meal rather than starchy sources of energy found in bread, rice, fruit, pasta or potatoes.
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