Road to a Healthy Lifestyle

Healthy living is necessary for you to look and feel your very best. Do you believe that? If so, which healthy living health guidelines do you follow?

The common belief today is that we need caffeine for energy, mood drugs and junk food to feel good, doctors and insurance for "health care" and plastic surgery to look good. Whatever happened to healthy living?

Here are the seven simple healthy living guidelines that will guide you to look and feel great naturally.

  • Eat healthy. Natural good quality food is the perfect fuel for the human body. But that's not what the vast majority are eating. Coke, fries and fast food cheeseburgers make up the most common lunch in America. And it's destroying us. Avoid the garbage and begin eating healthier. Your body will thank you in many ways.
  • Drink water. There are many popular drinks that act like poison to your body. Colas, coffee and alcohol have no useful purpose in a healthy diet. Your body is 60% water that has to be replenished daily. Drink more pure simple water – it's your fountain of youth.
  • Get daily exercise. It's natural for humans to exercise. But our modern lifestyle doesn't support physical activity. Most people sit or stand all day at a job, then sit in the car to drive home, to sit all night in front of the TV or computer. It's essential to find a way to squeeze at least a half-hour a day of exercise into your busy schedule.
  • Reduce stress. A certain amount of stress is good – as in exercise. Actually, exercise is stress that relieves stress. But most of the self-imposed stress in your life makes you feel overwhelmed, upset, used and abused. Relax. Let some of it go.
  • Be responsible for your health. Nobody cares as much about your well being as you do. No matter what the "health care" slogans say, doctors are trained in cutting and poisoning out sickness, not in nutrition and prevention. So don't "ask your doctor" unless absolutely necessary. If you want to be healthy, take responsibility for your own health.
  • Manage your thoughts. The human mind is a power tool. But we use it mainly against ourselves, wasting our thoughts on worry, fear, blame, shame and resentment. Start using the infinite power of your mind to envision and support a healthier you.
  • Enjoy your life right now. Living longer would be great – if you're happy and healthy. If not, why bother. Your own health and happiness is your responsibility. As Abraham Lincoln said, "Most people are just about as happy as they make up their minds to be." So make up your mind to be happy.

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