Biggest Changes To A Healthy Lifestyle

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The biggest changes one can make to a healthier lifestyle are:

1. Diet: In order to lose weight, you should cut out all processed food.
2. Exercise: You should start slow and be sure that your exercise routine motivates you enough to keep going.
3. Sleep: Get a good night’s sleep so your body can recover and recharge itself for the next day’s work or workout session.
4. Stretching: Strengthen your body and increase flexibility to prevent injury.
5. Water intake: Drink plenty of water every day.
6. Cleaning up your environment: It is the source of so much toxic air that you breathe every day. Get rid of all the chemicals you can by buying natural cleaning products or making your own from natural items you find around your home or office.
7. Medications, vitamins, minerals and supplements: There are many options to take now that will help prevent chronic illness. For example, omega 3 oils help prevent cardiovascular disease; multivitamin/mineral combinations are necessary for good nutrition. Staying healthy with medications is an ongoing process, but avoiding prescription drugs might reduce costs and help improve your health.
8. Find alternatives to replace your traditional medicine: For instance, a vitamin C or E supplement can be used instead of taking an NSAID (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory) drug. An herb can replace a prescription medication such as ibuprofen or aspirin.
9. Learning about your body: It is your body and not something to be enslaved to. Take the time to learn everything you can about your body’s needs, and how it communicates with you through pain or other symptoms.
10. Natural foods: The most natural foods are those grown without chemicals, pesticides or genetic modification. These lower the risk of toxic contamination because they do not grow easily (usually) in contaminated areas.