22 Ways To Be Healthier With Minimal Effort

how to be healthyThe new year is a common time to think about self-improvement.

Luckily, there are lots of ways to better your lifestyle without throwing your daily routine out of whack.

We’ve put together a list of some relatively small changes you can make to your life right now to start living healthier.

Eat fruit instead of candy.

Candy is sweet because it contains processed sugar, usually high-fructose corn syrup. Fruit is sweet because it contains natural sugar, but it’sstill good for youbecause it’s also rich in fiber, which helpsyou digest the sugar more slowly.

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How to Live a Healthy Lifestyle This 2018

It’s 2018! How do we keep in the best shape possible? I hope yall found this video helpful. It’s very different than anything I’ve ever done and that’s because I wanted to talk about some things that aren’t directly associated with clean eating or fitness. Even though your workout routine and clean diet play and important role in your health, there are some other things that affect it too!

You might also like this article about steps to a healthy living: https://www.webmd.com/balance/take-stock-health-habits#1 

How to Jumpstart a Healthy Lifestyle the Easy Way

healthy-changesLiving a healthy life seems to be the “in” thing these days. With all the toxic pollution and stress in our environment, it’s no wonder that more and more people are getting serious illnesses like diabetes, high blood pressure, chronic heart problems, etc. What we can do in order to avoid this fate is start changing the way we eat, the way we think, the way we live our life. It won’t be easy but it’s going to be worth it. Watch this video to find out how to jumpstart a healthy lifestyle.

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2 Excellent Tips for Exercising If You Have Autoimmune Disease

autoimmune-disease-and-exerciseAutoimmune diseases really throw the body for a loop. You’re attacking your own tissues. Your inflammation is sky high. What’s usually good for you—like boosting the immune system—can make it worse. You’ll often restrict eating certain foods that, on paper, appear healthy and nutrient-dense. You take nothing for granted, measure and consider everything before eating or doing it. Sometimes it feels like almost everything has the potential to be a trigger.

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