Staying fit and healthy is especially important for us, but it becomes more difficult as we get older. Sometimes, serious lifestyle changes may be needed, but this does not mean that it can’t be done. Consider the following tips to help you:
Eat more vegetables.
Eating vegetables may help reduce the risk of many diseases, including heart disease, high blood pressure, and some cancers.
Drinking water keeps your skin looking healthy, protects your heart, and helps you burn fat.
Never skip breakfast.
Eating a healthy breakfast can protect against type 2 diabetes and will keep your bones strong as you age.
Eating slowly may help you feel full faster, so you’ll eat less.
Walking strengthens your heart, helps you lose weight, gives you energy, and makes you happy.
Exercise not only improves your appearance but also boosts your energy and mood, promotes better sleep, and combats health conditions and diseases.
Use both tape and a scale.
Weight varies from day to day, but fat loss is less variable. Use a scale to see if you are heading in the right direction, and reconfirm with a measuring tape if you are losing fat.
By taking one short, simple step at a time, you’ll be on your way to a happier, healthier, and more fulfilling life.
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