Your Healthy Lifestyle

  1. You need to improve your posture. Remember that your breathing is improved by a good posture and that makes you look more attractive and smarter.
  1. You need to cut out caffeine and soda. Diuretics are drinks with caffeine – meaning they accelerate the rate of urine production. Therefore, these drinks don’t contribute to your requirement of eight glasses of water per day – in fact they take away from it! Also, soda is harmful, and causes weight gain. Soda is an artificial stimulant, among other reasons. Throw away your soda and drink fresh fruit juices and plain water instead!alcohol
  2. Do not drink alcohol. Alcohol is a diuretic – same as caffeine. And not only that, alcohol is constantly proven to have negative effects on our health and body – having an impact on the appropriate functioning of our liver, brain, lungs and some other major organs. Now is the time to cut it out if you drink alcohol frequently.
  1. You should prepare your meals. You control what goes into your meals when you are preparing them. So no more dilemmas about eating health, and choosing between the best possible food choices. You should get some quality kitchen equipment – because that will be your best investments ever.
  2. You need to learn to say no. Do not feel like you have to eat just because other people offer you food or because you are out with your friends. Just say no if you don’t feel like eating and say you aren’t hungry.
  1. Always bring a water bottle when you go out. So, in that way, you can refill your fluids every time you want to. Also, it saves your money as well and you do not need to put yourself to poor alternatives such as soda that increases your fluid8-water-bottle outtake.
  1. More often dine at salad bars. Salad bars work like this: You will pick your greens, you select several toppings (depending on the outlet around 7,) and you finish off with a dressing. And the variety is enormous, it is filling and the most important it is extremely healthy.
  2. Low fat alternatives to go for low calorie. There are a lot of non-fat or low-fat alternatives today – salad dressing, yogurts, spreads, soy milk, ice cream. . .
  1. You need to stop smoking. Smoking is detrimental to health- it has been extensively proven. Smoking severely increases the risk of lung cancer, esophageal cancer, kidney cancer, heart attack and much more. Also, smokingsmoking those “light” cigarettes you do not decrease health risks. If you are a smoker, you should quit for better health and not just yourself, but also your friends and family health. And if you do not smoke, you should stay that way and do not even think to start.
  2. You need to avoid passive smoking as well. Second hand smoking (which is breathing in air from smokers) also causes a lot of the same long-term diseases as direct smoking. You should get away from smokers and anywhere you can avoid cigarette smoke.