7 Habits of People That Are Always Healthy

Healthy people don't diet. However, they do pay attention to what they eat and how they eat. As a general rule, meals that are lean on meat and rich in vegetables are healthy choices. Make sure that you eat at least 2 to 3 servings of fish a week. Try a meatless day. Beans and other legumes are excellent sources of protein and are a
lot healthier than meat. Keep portion sizes small. Cut back on sugar wherever you can. Watch your salt intake. Experiment with spices. And most importantly, take time to enjoy what you eat.

Get exercise on a regular basis. They rarely wonder if they should go to the gym or not, they just go. They workout with gusto, some because they love it, and for some it is simply necessary for good health, a great body, disease prevention and overall wellbeing.

Sleep is unique to each individual and can vary from as little as 7 hours to as much as 9 hours per night. If you need an alarm clock to wake up chances are you are not getting enough sleep. Experts also recommend that if you are not waking refreshed and alert after sleeping consistently for 7.5 hours per night you may want to visit a sleep specialist.

Throw away the drinks and exercise in the morning. This naturally promotes blood flow, boosts your metabolism and makes you more productive. There's no need of artificial energy enhancers, your energy increases the whole day even with just a brisk walk.

Be kind to your digestive organs and bowels and stop eating when you are 70-75% full. Overeating impairs your stomach and intestines causing indigestion, bloating, sluggishness, constipation, putrefaction, gas, weight gain and other problems.

Eating a balanced healthy diet and being active in your daily life are the two best things to help you keep healthy and young. Eating healthier as a family can be the first step in improving your own habits. Eating right, getting physically fit, emotional wellness, spiritual wellness and prevention are all apart of creating a healthy lifestyle.

It is more nuts when we remind ourselves that the only thing that we have 100% control over in our life is our thoughts! We often seem to lose control and fear takes over like a cancer creating all sorts of worry and self doubt. Well, let me remind you it is all an illusion. If you think there is self doubt then you are right!