45 Tips To Live a Healthier Life

Healthy living

How healthy are you? Do you have a healthy diet? Do you exercise regularly? Do you drink at least 8 glasses of water a day? Do you get enough sleep every day?

Our body is our temple, and we need to take care of it to have a healthy life. Do you know that a shocking over 65% of Americans are either obese or overweight? That’s insane! Think of your body as your physical shell to take you through life. If you repeatedly abuse it with unhealthy food, your shell will wear out quickly. While you may look okay on the outside, on the inside, your arteries are getting clogged up with cholesterol and arterial plaque. That’s not a pretty sight!

Life is beautiful and you don’t want to bog yourself down with unnecessary health problems. Today, your vital organs (kidney, heart, lungs, gall bladder, liver, stomach, intestines, etc) may be working well, but they may not be tomorrow. Don’t take your good health today for granted. Take proper care of your body.

Good health isn’t just about healthy eating and exercise – it also includes having a positive mental health, healthy self-image and a healthy lifestyle. In this article, I’ll share with you 45 tips to live a healthier life. Bookmark this article and save the tips, because they are going to be vital in living a healthier life.

  1. Drink more water. Most of us actually don’t drink enough water every day. Water is essential for our body to function – Do you know over 60% of our body is made up of water? Water is needed to carry out our body functions, remove waste and carry nutrients and oxygen around our body. Since we lose water every day through urine, bowel movements, perspiration and breathing, we need to replenish our water intake.

    Furthermore, drinking more water alone actually aids in losing weight. A Health.com study carried out among overweight/obese people showed that water drinkers lose 4.5 more pounds than a control group. The researchers believe that it’s because drinking more water helps fill your stomach, making you less hungry and less likely to overeat. I agree with that, and I have an added take that your body tries to retain whatever water you take when you don’t take in enough water, leading to increase in weight. Whereas when you regularly drink water, your body knows that it’s going to get its supply of fluids, so it doesn’t try to retain more water.

    The amount of water we need is dependent on various factors such as the humidity, our physical activity, and your weight, but generally we need 2.7-3.7 litres of water intake! Since food intake contributes about 20% of our fluid intake, that means we need to drink about 2.0-3.0 litres of water, or about 8-10 glasses (now you know how the 8 glasses recommendation came about!). One way to tell if you’re hydrated – your urine should be colorless or slightly yellow. If it’s not, you’re not getting enough water! Other signs include: Dry lips, dry mouth and little urination. Go get some water first before you continue this article!

  2. Get enough sleep. When you don’t rest well, you compensate by eating more. Usually it’s junk food. Get enough rest and you don’t need to snack to stay awake. Also, lack of sleep causes premature aging, and you wouldn’t want that.
  3. Meditate. Meditation quietens your mind and calms your soul. If you don’t know how to meditate, don’t worry – learn how to meditate in 5 simple steps.

    Meditate

  4. Exercise. Not just a few times a week, but every day. Movement is life. Research has shown that exercising daily brings tremendous benefits to our health, including increase of life span, lowering of risk of diseases, higher bone density and weight loss. Increase activity in your life. Choose walking over transport for close distances. Climb the stairs instead of taking the lift. Join some aerobics classes. Take up a sport of your liking (see tip #5)
  5. Pick exercises you enjoy. When you enjoy the sports, you’ll naturally want to do them. Exercise isn’t about suffering and pushing yourself; it’s about being healthy and having fun at the same time. Adding variation in your exercises will keep them interesting.
  6. Work out different parts of your body. Don’t just do cardio exercises (such as jogging). Give your full body a proper work out. The easiest way is to engage in sports, since they work out different muscle groups. Popular sports include basketball, football, swimming, tennis, squash, badminton, frisbee, and more.
  7. Eat more fruits. Fruits are a plethora of vitamins and minerals. Do you know that oranges offer more health benefits than Vitamin C pills? Taking in synthetic supplements are not the same as consuming the foods direct from nature. Fill your palate with these 10 most nutritious fruits: Watermelon, Apricots, Avocado, Apple, Cantaloupe, Grapefruit, Kiwi, Guava, Papaya, Strawberries.

  8. Eat more vegetables. Like fruits, vegetables are important for the well being of our health. Experts suggest that we should have 5-9 servings of fruits/vegetables, and unfortunately most people don’t even have at least 5 servings! Some of my favorite vegetables include: Kidney beans, black beans, asparagus, long beans, french beans, sprouts, button mushrooms and carrots. What are your favorite vegetables and how can you include more of them in your diet today?
  9. Pick bright colored foods. Fruits and vegetables with bright colors are usually high in anti-oxidants. Anti-oxidants are good for health because they remove free radicals in our body that damage our cells. So get your fill of fruits/vegetables of different colors: White (Bananas, Mushroom), Yellow (Pineapples, Mango), Orange (Orange, Papaya), Red (Apple, Strawberries, Tomatoes, Watermelon), Green (Guava, Avocados,  Cucumber, Lettuce, Celery), Purple/Blue (Blackberries, Eggplant, Prunes). Here’s a full list under the color wheel.
  10. Cut down on processed food. Processed foods are not good because (1) most nutritional value is lost (2) the preservatives added are bad for our health.  Many processed foods contain a high amount of salt content, which leads to higher blood pressure and heart disease. Processed foods are anything that are not in their raw form. In general, most of the food in supermarket are processed – the more the ingredients on the label (especially the ones ending with ‘ite’ or ‘ate’), the more processed they are. Watch out for those with salt/sugar as the first 5 ingredients and go for natural foods as much as possible.
  11. Love yourself. How much do you love yourself on a scale of 1-10? Why? How can you love yourself more starting today? In Day 20 of 30DLBL, we explore the notion of self-love and get you started on loving yourself more.

  12. Barefoot walking/running. There have been many proven positive benefits of barefoot walking/running, from better posture, less stress for your feet, less stress for your joints, etc . I’ve been running barefoot since May ’10, and loving it. Read more: 10 Reasons To Run Barefoot
  13. Purge negative people from your life. Positive mental healthy is an important part of a healthy life. You don’t need toxic people in your life. If you feel that a friend is overly critical or negative, then let him/her go.
  14. Purge negativity from yourself. You don’t need negativity from yourself either. Listen in on the thoughts that come up in your mind and get rid of the negative thoughts you hear. A lot of eating happens because one feels unhappy, so by staying in a positive, up state by yourself, you cut out that unhealthy dependence on food to be happy.
  15. Journal out unhappy thoughts. One great way to purge negativity from within is to do brain dumping exercises whenever you feel frustrated. This is something I do with my 1-1 clients as well, where I ask them to journal out their deepest thoughts so we can address them. Don’t keep these thoughts pent up inside of you – it’s not healthy.
  16. Avoid trigger foods. Trigger foods are the foods that make you go berserk and binge like crazy after you eat them. Everyone’s trigger foods are different (mine are donuts, pastries, pasta and chips), but generally trigger foods are candy bars, chocolate, confectionery, chips, cookies, or anything with high level of refined sugar, salt, fat or flour. These foods cause a blood sugar imbalance, hence triggering one to eat more. What are your trigger foods? Identify them and remove them from your diet.
  17. Breathe. Deeply. Oxygen is a vital source of life. You may know how to breathe, but are you breathing properly? Most of us don’t breathe properly – we take only shallow breathes and breathe to 1/3 of our lung capacity. Athletes are coached proper breathing techniques to get their best performance. A full breathis one where your lungs are completely filled, your abdomen expands and there’s minimum movement in your shoulders.

  18. Address emotional eating issues. Emotional eating is eating to fill an emotion, rather than real hunger. Do you eat when you feel stressed out, down or frustrated? Do you reach out for food when you hit a block at work? Chances are, you’re emotional eating. However, emotional eating will never make you feel happy, because you’re trying to fill a void that has nothing to do with food. Food doesn’t give you love or happiness; it’s just food. Why do you reach out for food when you’re down? How can you address it? Get to the root of the issue and address it. Read: How To Stop Emotional Eating (6-part series)
  19. Eat small meals. Choose several small meals over a few big meals a day. This balances out your energy distribution throughout the day. In general, eat when you feel hungry, and stop when you’re full (see tip #20). You don’t need to wait until official meal times before you start eating. Listen to your body and what it tells you.
  20. Stop eating when you feel full. Many of us rely on external cues to tell when we’re full, such as whether everyone has finished eating, whether your plate was empty or not. These are irrelevant – you should look at internal cues, such as whether your stomach feels full or not. Don’t feel obligated to eat just because there’s still food at the plate. Personally I like to stop when I feel about 3/4 full – if I eat till I’m totally full, I feel uncomfortable as my digestive system goes into overdrive. Use your gut as your indicator (literally).
  21. Go for brown carbs vs. white carbs. White carbsare refined grains like white rice, pasta, white bread, crackers, noodles, tortillas, wraps, anything with white flour and breading. The nutrients have been removed in the production process, leaving them rich in calories but low in nutrients. They also cause unhealthy spikes in our sugar levels. Go for brown carbs (unrefined complex carbs) instead, like brown rice, whole grain, oats, oatmeal, legumes, nuts. These come with nutrients and vitamins intact.

  22. Live a life with purpose. Positive health starts from within! Are you living a life of meaning? Are you living in line with your purpose? After I started living in line with my purpose 2 years ago, I’ve never ever been happier. And you can experience that too. Read: Discover Your Purpose in Life (series)
  23. Say no to oily food. Reduce your intake of fast food, fries, doughnuts, chips, wedges, and foods that have been deep fried. Not only are they very fattening (1 tablespoon of oil is 120 calories), deep fried food contains acrylamide, a potential cancer-causing chemical. According to a BBC report, an ordinary bag of crisps may contain up to 500 times more of the substance than the top level allowed in drinking water by the World Health Organisation (WHO). I personally find that when I consume oily foods, I feel sluggish. There are better alternatives, such as grilled, steamed, stir-fried or even raw food (see tip #41).
  24. Cut out sugary foods. These are your candy bars, your pastries, chocolate, cookies, cakes and jelly donuts. Not only do they not fill you, they trigger you to eat more due to the sugar rush they cause (see tip #16). Go for healthy snacks instead (see tip #36) - you’ll be more satisfied and happy.
  25. Go organic. Organic foods are foods produced without “synthetic inputs such as pesticides and chemical fertilizers, do not contain genetically modified organisms, and are not processed using irradiation, industrial solvents, or chemical food additives”. (Wiki) The organic movement is slowly catching on, with more supermarkets, especially in US, offering organic options. Organic food tends to cost more, but hey – would you rather save some money and feed your body with pesticides or pay a few extra dollars for a cleaner, healthier body?
  26. Improve your posture. Good posture improves your breathing (see tip #18) and makes you look more smarter and more attractive. Read more: Benefits Of Having A Good Posture (And 13 Tips To Get One)
  27. Cut out soda and caffeine. Drinks with caffeine are diuretics – meaning they speed up the rate of urine production. Hence, these drinks do not contribute to your 8 glasses of water/day requirement – they actually take away from it! Furthermore, soda is unhealthy, causes weight gain, is an artificial stimulant, among other reasons. Ditch your soda and go for plain water or fresh fruit juices instead! Read more: 5 Reasons To Quit Soda (And How To Do It)

    Soda Drinks

  28. Don’t drink alcohol. Like caffeine, alcohol is a diuretic. Not only that, alcohol is repeatedly proven to have negative effects on our body and health – impacting the proper functioning of our brain, liver, lungs, and other major organs. If you drink alcohol regularly, it’s time to cut it out.
  29. Prepare your meals. Lately I’m beginning to appreciate the value of preparing my own meals. When you prepare your meals, you control what goes into them. No more being in a dilemma between eating healthy  and choosing between the sub-optimal food choices. Get some quality kitchen equipment – these will be your best investments ever. I bought my blender 3 years ago and it’s been such a breeze making my own fruit juices!

  30. Learn to say no. Don’t feel like you’ve to eat just because you’re out with your friends, or because other people offer you food. Simply say no and say you’re not hungry if you don’t feel like eating. Read: How To Say No To Others
  31. Bring a water bottle when you go out. That way, you can replenish your fluids whenever you want to. It saves you money as well and you don’t need to subject yourself to poor alternatives like soda, which increases your fluid outtake instead (see tip #27).
  32. Dine at salad bars more often. Lately I’m falling in love with salad bars. Salad bars work like this: You pick your greens, you select X number of toppings (usually 6 or limited, depending on the outlet) and you finish off with a dressing. The variety is huge, it’s filling and it’s extremely healthy.

  33. Go for low calorie, low fat alternatives. There are many low-fat / non-fat alternatives today – from yogurts, to salad dressing, soy milk, spreads, ice cream, etc. Check out this comprehensive list: Lower Calorie, Lower Fat Alternatives.
  34. Stop smoking. It has been extensively proven that smoking is detrimental to health,  severely increasing the risk of lung cancer, kidney cancer, esophageal cancer (of our gullet), heart attack, and more. Smoking “light” cigarettes does not decrease health risks. Bottom line – if you’re a smoker, quit for better health of not just yourself, but also your family and friends. If you don’t smoke, stay that way and don’t start.
  35. Avoid passive smoking. Second hand smoking (breathing in air from smokers) causes many of the same long-term diseases as direct smoking (Wiki). Get away from smokers and avoid cigarette smoke where you can.
  36. Have healthy snacks. If you’re hungry during work, eat healthy snacks, like fruits, salads, and fruit juices. These are nutritional and don’t give you that sugar rush. Have them readily available so you can dive in for a munch and stop when you’d had your fill. Get away from cookies and candy bars.

  37. Drink fruit/veg smoothies. I love smoothies because it’s a quick way to get vitamins and nutrients. Simply throw my favorite fruits into the blender, wait for 30 seconds, and it’s done! And it tastes great. I’m drinking an orange and banana smoothie write now as I’m writing this article and it’s delicious!
  38. Juicing. Juicing is where you extract the juice from vegetables / fruits (via a juicer machine). Since the fibre is stripped away, you are literally drinking the nutrients and minerals directly from the juice! Juices and smoothies complement each other – the former gives our digestive system a break while the latter gives us the fibre which aids our digestion. Check out an introduction to juicing video below. If you’re new to juicing, learn more about it here and check out these sample juicing recipes.
  39. Go on a vegetarian diet. First off, going vegetarian doesn’t necessarily lead to better health, because there are many unhealthy vegetarian food out there (fried food, white carb laden diets, etc). On that note, there are many proven health benefits of a vegetarian diet. I became a vegan because I tried it for 30 days and saw the positive effects for my mental and physical health. Try it out for 21 days and see how it works out for you. Get started here.
  40. Go on a vegan diet. A vegetarian is someone who does not consume animal products. A vegan is someone who doesn’t consume animal or animal-derived products. This means no dairy, honey, cheese, milk, etc. So in that sense, it’s seemingly stricter, but it brings about even more positive benefits on top of a vegetarian diet. Learn more about veganism here and here.

    Salad

  41. Become a raw vegan. A raw vegan consumes only non-processed, raw vegan food, mainly fruits, vegetables and nuts. Notice that the progression from vegetarian -> vegan -> raw vegan diet is toward foods that are naturally occurring. There are many reported benefits in switching from veganism to raw veganism, including increased youth, weight loss, increased energy, increased health benefits and more. It’s an area that I’m exploring at the moment and learning more of. Learn more about raw veganism: Here, herehere and here.
  42. Get out more often. If you have a regular 9-5 job, chances are you spend most of your times holed up in the office and not a lot of time going out and having fun. During weekends, you’re probably busy with work or running errands. Make it a point to go out with friends at least once a week. Get some sunlight. Go out and have a change in environment. It’ll be great for your body and your soul.
  43. Exercise good dental hygiene. Not only does good hygiene make you a lot more desirable, it is linked with better health (Read AHA Study). Brush your teeth twice a day, rinse your mouth after each meal and floss your teeth at night. Read: How To Attain Healthier Gums and Teeth: Path To Better Oral Hygiene

  44. Join classes. Dance classes, aerobics classes, tennis classes, ballroom dancing, scuba diving, wake boarding courses, are all places to start off with. Going there also lets you socialize with a whole new group of people.
  45. Hang out with healthy people. You’re the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with, so the more time you spend around healthy people, the better it is. Eat with people who are health conscious and get workout buddies. It makes healthy living even more fun.

Which health tips are most applicable for you right now? These are timeless tips, so bookmark this article and integrate these tips into your life. Share these health tips with your family and friends too to help them stay healthy – use your Twitter and Facebook via the buttons below.

“Live a Healthier Life in 21 Days” Challenge in Jan 2011!

If you’re wondering why there’s a healthy living post out of the blue, that’s because we’ll be having live a healthier life challenge come first Jan! :D I’ll be posting the announcement post on 27 Dec, which will have the details of the challenge and sign up instructions. And to ensure that all of us start off 2011 with great health, vitality and goodness, the challenge is going to be 100% free! Yes, you got that right! Free, $0, nada, zilch!

I’m personally super enthused about this and I can’t wait to get started. I’ll be posting more about the challenge in a couple of days’ time, so stay tuned! ;) 

Update Dec 27 ’10: The announcement post is up now! Sign up here!

Update Feb ’11: The challenge is now over! Thanks to everyone who’ve taken part – all 400 of you – it’s been an amazing blast! Sign up for Personal Excellence newsletter to be in the loop of future challenges and also to receive life-time access of free, premium articles on how to live your best life.

Get the manifesto version of this article: [Manifesto] The Healthy Living Manifesto

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  • http://AdvancedLifeSkills.com/blog Jonathan

    Wow Celes, this is quite a list. I felt good reading it because these are things that are well integrated into my life. It was hard to pick favorites because each one has value on it’s own, but some that really jumped out at me were: #4. Exercise, #13. Purge negative people from your life, #14. Purge negativity from yourself.

    • http://personalexcellence.co/blog/ Celes

      Thanks a lot Jon! I hope you’re having a great Christmas with your family :D

  • http://www.start-right.com Rolf

    Hey Celesm

    thanks for this amazing list.

    I started doing my 2011-goals-list few days ago when I read your other article and under my health section I wrote your number 39 and 40. I want to give it a try and go on a vegeterian (vegan if I can handle it) diet for at least 2 months and see how it goes.

    I already replaced soda and juices with too much sugar with water. I drink a lot of water and I always take a fresh lemon and drip a bit into my water. Sooo good :mrgreen:

    I have quiet a list for 2011 to improve my eating habits and I :heart: your list with the links you added!!! I already bookmarked some for later review!!

    Awesome job and many thanks!
    All the very best

    Rolf

    • http://personalexcellence.co/blog/ Celes

      Thanks Rolf! :D Here’s a great 2011 to all of us!

  • Andreea

    Wow, Celes, this is an absolutely fabulous article!! :heart: This list is exactly what I`ve been looking for in order to create my plan for a healthier life (for the 30DLBL challenge also), THANK YOU from the bottom of my heart for it!
    The idea of the challenge sounds great also, thank you so much for creating it!! :heart: I`ll try to convince some of my friends to join it and I`m so eagerly waiting to do it as well.. :dance:

    • http://personalexcellence.co/blog/ Celes

      Thanks Andreea!! Sep 30DLBL was beautiful; so is Dec 30DLBL as well though unfortunately health issues took you away for a big part of the month but I hope you’re recovering well… :hug: I look forward to going through a new challenge with you!! This one will be very relevant to all of us since it’s about healthy living! :dance: :dance: :hug: :hug:

      • Andreea

        Thank you from all my heart, Celes, improving my health is truly important right now for me so I`m very grateful for this new challenge and for your guidance and support :hug:

        I cannot tell how sorry I am I missed so much from December Challenge, but I`m grateful I started it anyway, it was and it`s beautiful and amazing as it is and I`ll continue working on it on the next months, improving my life and preparing myself for the next one :mrgreen:
        I appreciate immensely that I have your book, the forum and all the valuable things that you and the other participants shared so generously there.. Thank you! :heart: :hug:

  • http://glenn-thomas.com Glenn

    This should be interesting. I’ll be curious to see what tasks you’re planning for this Celes. Especially as everyone will be on a different diet or will have their own preferred form of exercise.

    • http://personalexcellence.co/blog/ Celes

      Hey Glenn, you got that right! Hence the 21 day exercise will be designed differently from 30DLBL. Basically we’ll be designing our own 21-day healthy living plan for ourselves while supporting each other as a group through the 21 days. I’ll also be focusing on universal healthy living tips vs. specific dietary or exercise pointers. I’ll share more in the announcement post when it’s up!

      • http://glenn-thomas.com Glenn

        Great!! I’ll take part for sure. :)

        I like the cross you put on the soft drink photo too!

  • http://kestas.maciulaitis.lt Kestas

    Nice. I’m into switching to vegetarism, and just reading and checking what are the most necessary food to have in terms on energy and vitamins, and what to avoid. Got my blender too. Thanks, I will wait for the challenge.

  • http://JimiJones.com Jimi Jones

    Hello Celes.

    This is a truly awesome post for anyone looking to make some serious changes in their lifestyle. The timing is perfect as well, since many will be resolving to make a run at changing their ways with the incoming new year.

    I am doing quite a few of the things you have listed already, but there is plenty of inspiration here to do more. :dance:

    Thanks for this outstanding post.

  • ashna

    Wow great list ! Thanks for the wonderful ideas Celes! Have a wonderful new year 2011 ! :mrgreen:

  • http://www.robots-alive.com Manoj Sahi

    nice post !! ‘ll share with all of my friends … being healthy is the best thing for any life … you can add Yoga, organic foods, eco-friendly textiles, natural light, air .. [ I mean out of aircon environ ] and Muzik too ;)

  • Gee

    Wow, you covered actually all healthy aspects in this great post! Outstanding indeed! About the alcohol I have a slight different approach. Reasonable volumes of red vine (max. 2 – 3 vine glasses a week) get a very positive effect on health. There are several studies that approved a healthy effect especially for blood.. As Sokrates teached: it depends on the moderation ;)

  • http://bushra101.wordpress.com Bushra

    Hi Celes,

    I’ve been reading through your blog for the past 2 weeks, and I liked so many of your posts. Thanks for sharing all of them with us. I’m looking forward to the 21-day challenge. I hope I’ll be able to join in with you all.

    Wishing you all the best,
    Bushra

  • http://www.journeytopeak.com Jia Jun

    I had a not too healthy body since young, and these tips gonna make a better daily practice to me in order to balancing my health, leading a healthy body.
    Thanks Celes for the effort coming up with the post. :D

  • JB

    Hi Celes

    Thanks for the list. I’ve been trying to eat heathily for the past few months, so that I can develop a leaner and toned body (with the help of exercise). I realised one psychological challenge I faced occasionally is the thought that I’m missing out on “tasty food” and also the curiousity I feel when exotic / exquisite looking food is being offered to me. Because of moral issues, I don’t take meat (except fish), so this really helps no matter what kind of meat dishes is available around. But when it comes to cakes, chocolates, I don’t feel very strong reasons to hold back! LOL. Especially high end chocolate, ice-cream, cakes that are designed in such a fanciful manner, the curiousity urges me to taste them, because if I don’t, it feels like I’m somewhat missing out on something.

    Based on my own experience I think it takes great determination to stay on a healthy diet especially when you’re having meals with people who don’t. Sometimes one feel compelled to conform. I think usually ppl who go vegan/vegetarian because of moral reasons have the strongest motivation to avoid meat.

    Anyway, here’s a website which I find very useful. It’s about choosing food with high prana. A lot of ppl today consume food that stimulates their senses, instead of those that nourishes their body. The best food are those that are closest to what it was when “alive” (e.g. freshly plucked berries)
    http://www.sensible-alternative.com.au/diet-and-weight-loss/prana-index-diet-with-menu

  • Axel

    There are only 5 or 6 tips, all the rest being simple rephrasing of “eat healthy food”. By the way, there are also quite a number of studies proving that meat eating is healthier than veganism, so I can’t see the point in preaching veganism or even vegetarianism.

  • Pune Baloo

    This stands out as one of the most informative and timely articles which everyone should read and adopt for a healthier life! Kudos to the author who compiled this.. Thanks again!

  • raf

    go raw vegan? really? I guess we are not talking about practicality here. Maybe when I am 60+, retired, have a house with a garden and time or lots of money, then I can go raw vegan

    • http://personalexcellence.co/ Celestine Chua

      Yes, really. Frederic Patenaude is an example of many people who successfully lives the raw vegan life in the modern world today. Just because it’s hard to practice such a lifestyle in the modern society doesn’t mean it’s not possible.

      At any rate, I would see it as an ideal to work towards, rather than a binary yes/no path. Just because it’s hard to pursue a raw vegan diet doesn’t mean one shouldn’t try to do so or write it off totally. You can always incorporate more fresh fruits and salads in your current diet as a start, then work your way up. Diet and lifestyle is always about progression, not about reaching an end point.

  • Amby

    This was a great read. I will definitely start to deep breath more often. I really like raw vegan diet, but perhaps warn your readers to slowly introduce themselves into it. It’s a bit challenging due to a sudden digestive shift heh.

  • Meditec

    These are wonderful advices on how to live a healthy lifestyle. But sometimes it depends on the person. Personally, I just maintain a weekly routine exercise, eat balance meals and maintain a sport [basketball] ..

    I feel really healthy doing these things.

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