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Healthy Talks: Three (3) Healthy Things That Leads to a Healthy Life

It is important to take care of our physical health as well as our mental health. For you to be truly healthy, there are so many things that you need to do and you have to follow. 

In order for you to live healthy and live longer, did you know that making just a few changes in your lifestyle can help you achieve it? First and foremost, you have to avoid bad habits like -- smoking, drinking too much alcohol, not exercising and not eating correct and enough fruits and greens. In short, failure to comply these things will make you unhealthy. 

"Keep happiness in you, it's a free dose of life." - gjuarez

It's time to be in good shape and have a sharp life! Stay healthy by becoming activ in everything,.. like sports and other related activities. Also, staying positive and neglect the negative contributors around you will help you become healthy. Let go of stress and always believe in your self. 

Take this simple and few proven key points to surely make you, or if not, will at least make you a better person: 

1. Eat Right. Stop spoiling your self with luscious food. Eat a balanced diet. This is a constant and a common reminder.

If you wish to live without limits, just eat right. Anything too much is bad and yes we all know that it is the number one reason why people get sick and become unhealthy. 

St. Louis University researchers have confirmed that eating less helps you age slower; in a 2008 study they found that limiting calories lowered production of T3, a thyroid hormone that slows metabolism—and speeds up the aging process.

2. Stay Active. Exercise is the safest sport that will make you super healthy and effective in life. A simple 30-minute walk per day will help. Exercise enables you to loose weight and lower the risks of some diseases most especially lifestyle diseases such as diabetes type-2 and high blood pressure. A person who don't exercise is more likely prone to diseases.

3. Stay Positive. If you have a positive outlook in life, you will have a lesser risk of most diseases.  Optimism makes your body produce happy hormones likes serotonin also called as happiness hormone, endorphins to make you feel good, reduce anxiety and even lessens your sensitivity to pain and another hormone called Dopamine to keep you mentally alert. Keeping these hormones alive will make you healthy and always kickin'.

Optimism improves your cardiovascular health and keeps you away from all other diseases. You can have everything in the world. And by attracting positive things in life, including the things you like the most will make all things light. Stay happy and be a blessing to everyone!

Believe in yourself and trust in the Lord. Stay well!

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