From increasing daily steps, eating less salt, keeping yourself hydrated, reducing screen time to getting sunlight everyday and more, watch till the end to learn about all of them.
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Intro – 0:00
Eat more seafood 00:43
Get enough sleep 01:19
Increase Daily Steps 01:50
Avoid sugary drinks 02:10
Eat less salt 02:37
Exercise everyday 03:08
Have A Positive Attitude 03:45
Eat 5 meals a day 04:14
Limit sitting 04:38
Don’t Smoke and Stay Away From Drugs 05:04
Keep learning 05:54
Spend Time with Friends 06:23
Reduce screen time 06:39
Keep hydrated 06:59
Fit In Some Me Time 07:39
Build A Daily Routine And Stick To It 08:06
Eat real food 08:33
Get sunlight everyday 09:06
Do something meaningful each day 09:28
Eat more seafood: Seafood is extremely good for your nutrition for many reasons. First, it contains a lot less fat than all other sources of animal protein. Second, it is great for maintaining heart health as it’s low in cholesterol. And third, it is chock-full of important vitamins and minerals, including potassium, vitamin B, and zinc. Fatty fish, such as mackerel and salmon, are also high in omega-3s, which are necessary for effective nerve and membrane development.
Get enough sleep: Sleep has the ability to optimise mental and physical energy. And optimal levels of sleep, about eight hours a night, has been linked to reduced risk of chronic disease and improved longevity. One simple strategy that can help ensure you get enough sleep is to go to bed earlier. Getting to bed around 10pm is a potentially useful investment in terms of your short- and long-term health. Shutting down the computer or turning off the TV early in the evening is often all it takes to create the time and space for earlier sleep.
Increase Daily Steps: Look for small ways to walk more. When you get the mail, take a walk around the block, take the dog for an extra outing each day, or walk on your treadmill for five minutes before getting ready for work. When you're on the phone, pace around or even do some cleaning while gabbing. This is a great way to stay moving while doing something you enjoy.
Avoid sugary drinks: Drinking sugary drinks like soda and fruit juice everyday increases the risk of obesity, type 2 diabetes and heart disease. Because the fructose in these drinks does not make the body feel full, soda drinkers tend to eat more total calories than those who do not drink soda. A study found that a daily serving of sugar-sweetened beverages among children was associated with a 60% increased risk of obesity.
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