5 Easy Ways to Improve Your Health

There are simple ways that we feel we are improving our health by taking the stairs instead of the elevator or going to the gym 3 times a week. 

While they are great contributing factors there is so much more that goes towards a fully healthy lifestyle

Increase the number of fruits and vegetables you eat

In addition to being high in fibre, vitamins, minerals, and beneficial plant components, fruits and vegetables are low in calories. To achieve enough fibre intake, it is advised to consume whole fruits rather than fruit juice for the bulk of the daily recommended quantity. 

Vegetables come in a variety of nutrient-rich varieties. Dark leafy green veggies like spinach and romaine are a rich source of vitamin C, and bright orange vegetables like carrots and sweet potatoes are a strong source of vitamin A.

Keep a healthy weight

Your height, age, and sex are just a few of the many variables that affect what weight is best for you. Your risk of diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, and stroke increases if you have too much body fat. A healthy weight can be maintained with regular exercise. Eat in moderation. 

Did you know that a serving of cooked beef should be three ounces in weight, around the size of a deck of cards? or that one serving is a medium piece of fruit? Frequently eat too. Skipping meals can cause irrational hunger, which frequently results in overeating.

Up your water intake

Life is dependent on water. Water circulates in the blood and is present both within and outside of cells. The body uses water for a variety of functions, including moving various nutrients and vital components. 

Additionally, it regulates body temperature, aids in digestion, and lubricates joints, organs, and tissues while also helping to move waste products away from working muscles. The water originates from more than simply liquids; it is also a key ingredient in many foods. Vegetables and fruits typically contain a lot of water.

Be active! 

A balanced diet lowers your risk of developing several diseases while increasing your energy and sense of wellbeing. Any healthy eating plan will function even better when it includes frequent exercise and physical activity. 

Anything that causes you to move your body and burn calories is considered physical activity. This includes activities like stair climbing and athletic competition. 

The recommended amount of activity is at least 150 minutes per week of moderate exercise, 75 minutes per week of strenuous exercise, or a mix of both. It's simple to keep in mind to exercise for 30 minutes a day, five days a week. You will experience the advantages even if you split your time into two or three portions of 10 to 15 minutes each day. 

Don't give up if you're normally sedentary! Consider adding one extra flight of stairs to your daily routine for a week, then gradually increase it after that. You'll be astonished by the outcomes! You can join places like HOTWORX to help you keep fit and enjoy exercise.

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