People whose diets are rich in potassium are less prone to high blood pressure.
To ease stress, soak in a hot bath spiked with a few drops of lavender essential oil. Play soothing music while you bathe to unwind further
For healthy gums, put this green vegetable on your grocery list. It's an excellent source of vitamin C and provides calcium as well.
Opt for healthy carbohydrates and whole grains. Carbs are essential for our wellbeing, however not all carbs are created equal, steer clear from white bread, white rice, white pasta, refined sugar etc. which lead to an expanded waistline, heart diseases and many other issues.
Make sure your body is well-hydrated throughout the day. Keep a bottle of water handy at work or home and keep sipping, you will soon notice the difference.
Work out regularly, the endorphin you get after which, helps you feel and sleep better! Can’t make it to the gym, no worries. Invest in a couple of dumbbells available in all sport stores and work out at home, while cooking, watching TV or early mornings.
Fish is a good source of omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3 fatty acids benefit the heart of healthy people, and those at high risk of, or have, cardiovascular problems.
The body loves routine, try to maintain a regular schedule and get to bed on the right time for you! Don’t forget to abandon your mobile phone outside your bedroom.
Having healthy ready-to-eat meals in minutes is your way to success, ensure your kitchen is stocked up
Don’t deprive yourself of that cookie or your favorite ice cream, remember to do it in moderation.
A great tip to avoid over-eating, stop eating when you feel full!
The key to success is to maintain a diet plan, and ensure you stock up on healthy food, whole-grain bread/pasta and fresh produce.