NINE QUICK TIPS TO GET HEALTHIER

Drink water as soon as you wake up. Doing so is vital since you have gone without it for at least 5 hours (depending on your last drink before bed and how long you sleep). It’s a great way to purify your internal system; it fires up your metabolism, helps your body flush out toxins, gives your brain fuel, and may even help you eat less.
  1. Drink water as soon as you wake up. Doing so is vital since you have gone without it for at least 5 hours (depending on your last drink before bed and how long you sleep). It’s a great way to purify your internal system; it fires up your metabolism, helps your body flush out toxins, gives your brain fuel, and may even help you eat less.
  2. Eat protein at every meal. Protein will help you build muscle, raise metabolism, decrease hunger, and lower overall caloric intake.
  3. Clean your own house! It’s a great way to burn extra calories and save money. Use that money to purchase a new outfit in your smaller size.
  4. When you eat chocolate, make sure it’s at least 72% cacao, rich in flavonoids. Flavonoids have antioxidant properties associated with long-term health benefits, including reduced risk of cancer, stroke, and cardiovascular disease. Learn more: http://www.medicinehunter.com/cocoa-health-miracle
  5. Brush your tongue. It removes bacteria and improves your taste reception, reducing your need to add salt and sugar, which may keep you more satisfied.
  6. Add another small meal to your day. If you are constantly hungry. Starving yourself is not a good strategy to lose fat.
  7. Snack on pistachio nuts. A recommended serving size is half of a cup or 49 nuts. Pistachio nuts have fiber and protein, which will keep you satisfied and may even help you eat less at your next meal. Shelling them will slow you down and give your brain time to realize you are full.
  8. Read the nutrition information on the menu when available before making your selection. More and more restaurants are providing this information to make it easier for customers to eat healthier.
  9. Stop labeling yourself as a lazy person who does not like to exercise or take the time to eat well. Negative self-talk sabotages goals. The power of positivity cannot be ignored!

Marty Musikant

Marty Musikant

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