EAT WHOLE FOOD
Good nutrition makes the greatest impact on our health and it starts with incorporating more plant-based whole foods into our diet. Whole foods include fruits, vegetables, and whole grains – foods that are as close to their natural form as possible.
It is recommended that we drink 1/2 to 1 gallon of water every day. Among many other benefits, water helps carry nutrients and oxygen to our cells, converts food to energy, and protects and cushions vital organs.
MOVE YOUR BODY
Moving your body is a great way to gain energy and stimulate your body and mind. The goal is to move your body 30-90 minutes most days. Many find it challenging to find time for an hour trip to the gym, but keep in mind that the best form of exercise is one that you will do. Start with simple activities you can incorporate into your daily life.
Though often overlooked, the importance of reducing stress and getting a good night’s sleep on a regular basis carry many significant health benefits including a boost in cognitive performance, productivity, positive mental outlook and helping your body make repairs.
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