A Healthy You: It's Never Too Late to C.A.R.E. About Your Health! by Susan Bowerman

A Healthy You: It's Never Too Late to C.A.R.E. About Your Health!

How are your resolutions going? You are probably kicking yourself for not jumpstarting your resolutions to adopt healthier habits sooner. The good news is there is no deadline when it comes to living a healthier and happier life by remembering to C.A.R.E.

  • Create specific and achievable goals and resolutions. Remember, this is a lifestyle change that can lead to sustainable, lasting results. “Crash diets” and gym overload are temporary and not maintainable long-term.
  • Activate your social networks to help you achieve your goals. Surrounding yourself with like-minded people can help you stay on track.
  • Resolve to take action by making little lifestyle changes. It takes at least three weeks to create a new habit, so start with something you know you can achieve.
  • Eat balanced meals that include fruits and vegetables, whole grains and lean proteins that will help maintain energy and curb appetite. No time for breakfast or meal prepping, try a meal replacement shake like the Herbalife Formula 1. It is the perfect solution when you’re on the go.

For more tips visit DiscoverGoodNutrition.com.

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Myrna Adler
I love yoga Recently got started again and found that since then I sleep so much better. So many healthy benefits from yoga.

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