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Healthy Habits to Start to Improve your Health

Are you trying to improve your health? It can be overwhleming to know where to begin. Here are some great easy healthy habits to start.

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Every New Year people make resolutions to have a healthy lifestyle.  By the spring we’ve all fallen off the wagon and back to our old ways.  Making such a broad resolution is hard to keep because there is so much room to fail.  

I’ve decided to make a list of thing that really don’t take much effort, but you WILL get healthier if you do them!  Isn’t that the best? I can’t stand the lists that tell you to take an hour a day to yourself and it’s hard enough to get 10 minutes!  These thing are realistic and we can all do.  Remember…it only takes 30 days to make something a habit so why not make it a healthy habit.

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Healthy Habits to Start Today

The one thing about making statements like, “I’m going to be healthier.” is that entails a bunch of different aspects of your life. It’s hard to go in and change everything all at once. That’s why this list is fantastic. They include easy changes in all the areas to begin your healthy living journey.

Reduce Your Coffee Intake

I know this can be a real challenge for some and changing your morning routine can be hard.  After my third child was born I needed A LOT of coffee to get through the day.  I decided to cut back and I can not tell you how much better I slept at night.  I still go by this and only have a cup, maybe 2 and only before lunch.  If I have any coffee after lunch I have trouble sleeping at night.

Go to bed just thirty minutes earlier

You knew I was going to say something about sleep after reading #2!  Just try this for a week and I KNOW you will be able to tell a difference.  It doesn’t seem like 30 minutes will make a huge difference, but it’s HUGE!

Wash your Hands

This is so easy to do.  Take a few extra minutes a day and wash your hands or hand sanitize.  I’ve said it before, but I don’t even want to think of what germs on the those store buggies. Yes, I’m southern and say buggies!

Drink More Water

This is such an easy, simple, and FREE way to become healthier.  It’s so easy to grab a glass and fill it up with water.  I have a fun refillable cup to drink out of and I’ve just gotten into the habit of carrying it around everywhere I go.

Drinking more water has a ton of health benefits such as fewer headaches, better memory and help with weight loss.

Human hand holds a water bottle against the setting sun. Close up of a reusable water bottle in a human hand

Park Further Away

I know… this is hard to do when you see a close parking space.  You’ll probably get into the store faster if you park in the back instead of driving around looking for a close parking space.  Those extra steps give you a little more exercise and that’s good! Over time these steps add up. Any extra physical activity is good.

Exchange one snack for a fruit or vegetable

Food can make such a difference in how your body feels and healthy eating should be a priority. Let’s face it, we are all busy and it’s hard. Make an effort when eating to grab an orange, apples, or grapes instead of chips or cookies. Bad eating habits can be some of the hardest to change but this is an easy change to your daily routine.

Do Meatless Mondays

Make one dinner a week meatless. Eating vegetarian (or vegan) can give some extra vitamins your body needs. Just make sure to something healthy, not cheese pizza! There is more and more evidence that reducing red meat can reduce heart disease.

Take a Multivitamin

I love these NatureMade® Multi for Her gummies I bought at Walmart.

bottle of naturemade vitamins

I can grab 2 when I’m running out the door and it doesn’t add any extra time to my day.  Having a boost to your immune system is super easy. They are the leading brand for vitamins, minerals, and supplements. *

*Based in part on data reported by Nielsen through its Scantrack Service for the Vitamins Category for 52-week period ending 1/02/2016, for the xAOC Market. Copyright © 2016 Nielsen.

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