How to commit to a healthy living?


Your thoughts make a big difference, so try to maintain a mindset that inspires healthier eating. If you’re trying to change your eating habits but slip up and mindlessly eat, get back up and keep trying. Remember that change doesn’t happen overnight. The most important thing is to keep going in the right direction.

I understand that we sometimes don’t feel like eating mindfully. After a busy day we all want a nice meal recall the definition of nice meal.


Now let’s adapt a few habits that can help us commit to a healthy living.


Gaps between your MEAL


You should eat every two hours. Bigger gaps between your meals put your body on a starvation mode. Your metabolism slows down so much that weight loss stops completely. As a result, fat burning process slows down. Eat in every 2 to 3 hours. Divide your meals carefully. Not only this will help you in fat burning process it will also help you need digestion and prevents acidity.

Drink water


Water is a miracle drink that we have been gifted with and we give it so much less importance than we should. It not only helps us to remove toxins from our body, it AIDS digestion helps us in constipation and glowing skin is a bonus. Let’s make it a habit to drink water every hour. Do not step out of the house without a water bottle.

Importance of sleep.


With the fast forward life schedule we have, where our lives is full of stress it’s difficult to sleep for 7 to 8 hours. According to healthline in an extensive review study with children and adults with short sleep duration would be more likely to develop obesity. Proper 7 to 8 hours of sleep helps your body to recover helps in stress and boost your mood for daily activites.

Trust me I have been after my mother to sleep for at least 7 to 8 hours. I Understand its the stress that is getting worked upon as. Lets see thing in bigger picture if we live healthy we will be able to live longer and cherish this beautiful gift called life.

Repeat after me I will eat every 2 to 3 hours, keep myself hydrated and will give my sleep utmost importance.

“Healthy does NOT mean starving yourself EVER. Healthy means eating the right food in the right amount”. – Karen Salmansohn

-Apurva

2 Comments

  1. lporter18

    Such great advice! I’m working on all 3 of these concepts. I set weekly and monthly goals to keep myself on track. Thanks for the information and friendly reminder!

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