The Top 5 Secrets to Healthy Living

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It’s no secret that you are what you eat, right? I’m not sure what that makes me, but I know that all the years I didn’t pay attention to what I ate…my health was the only thing that suffered.

I’m sure you’ve heard it over and again that health is wealth. Which is the reason you should do your best to stay healthy. If you’re losing interest or becoming lazy in keeping up with the healthy habits that help you stay fit and in shape, it’s time to put you back on track with these 5 secrets to healthy living.

Studies and research have proven that the health and wellness habits that have the capacity to last for a life time are those that require realistic and doable efforts.

Penny Kris-Etherton, a professor of nutrition at Penn State University said this to WebMD, “the key is to take small, positive steps and move ahead consistently. People need to be realistic about the changes they can achieve.”

Here are some of the proven motivational tips to stay healthy and in shape:

Tip #1: Keep Friends and Acquaintances Who Encourage Healthy Lifestyle

It doesn’t matter how enthusiastic and willing you are to adopt measures that would enhance your health, you will relapse too soon if people around you have contrary attitude. So, you should only keep friends and acquaintances who practice healthy habits and encourage you to do the same.

Tip #2: Embark on Daily Simple Changes

As mentioned earlier, realistic and doable goals are the key to adopting life-long lasting health and wellness habits. And, it all starts by making a simple but consistent step daily. Whether you want to lose weight, enhance your sleep, quit late night food or other odd habits, embarking on small changes daily will bring the ultimate result you seek.

For instance, if you’re goals is to lose weight, consider starting with these small changes:
  • Start with about 20 minutes brisk walking three times a week and increase the duration as you master the first step
  • Start cutting off refined carbohydrates from your diet bit by bit. You can start with sweets, then include white rice…just like that
  • Stock natural homemade fruit juice in your refrigerator to replace processed drinks
  • Start reducing the quantity of food you eat daily to smaller chunks spread all through the day

Tip #3: Avoid Things that Will Make You Relapse

It’s easier to break good habits that it is to build them. Avoid things and people that make you relapse to unhealthy habits. For instance, if you’re trying to quit smoking, avoid being in the company of smokers or places that would provoke your smoking appetite. When you go shopping for groceries, avoid the sections of the store that lures you to purchase processed foods and products.

Tip #4: Give Yourself Time Since Change Takes Time

If you’ve been trying so hard to lose weight, you may consider slim people lucky to have acquired their slim figure. But the truth is, not so many people are slim as a result of nature, a lot of them work so hard day after day consistently to stay in shape.

So, as long as you’re consistent in your efforts to lose weight and stay healthy, give yourself some time before you can start seeing results. In essence, don’t be hard on yourself and quit to soon.

Tip #5: Take Some Time and Celebrate Remarkable Accomplishment

Being able to accomplish a remarkable feat in your efforts to stay well and healthy ought to be celebrated. This is a great way to further motivate yourself to do more. Of course, it doesn’t mean you  should to throw a big party. Simply feel cool with yourself and do some fun things to mark your ability to lose 5 pounds in one week!

Finally, staying well and healthy requires a firm decision. You have to make up your mind to lead a healthy lifestyle. One of the tips to help you with this decision is to play back the life-threatening consequences of leading unhealthy lifestyle.

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