20 Easy Healthy Habits That Will Change Your Life In 2015

Amy Goodrich | Natural News

Habits to Change your life

Being healthy and happy doesn’t have to be difficult or time-consuming. The only thing you have to do is make small changes to your daily routine and keep doing them overtime. In a matter of days these healthy routines will become second nature and will start to change your life and health.

Eating healthy food, relaxation, and regular exercise are the 3 key players that affect our health. The changes don’t have to be huge and all at once. Even the smallest changes can have a big difference on your health and happiness.

Here are my top 20 healthy habits to control weight, boost energy, improve mood, combat diseases and improve longevity.

1.    Daily Detox: Lukewarm Lemon Water In The Morning

Due to our modern lifestyle our body has to handle more toxic waste materials, which overloads kidneys and liver. Drinking lukewarm lemon water in the morning kick starts digestions and helps to finalize your body’s detoxification processes.

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2.    Eat More Fruits And Veggies

People who eat at least 5 servings of fruits and vegetables a day have a lower risk of developing cardiovascular diseases and cancer.

3.    Use Foods, Not Supplements

Supplements, even if they come from plants, are processed and often contain compounds linked to toxicity and increased risk of many life threating diseases. If you eat a whole food diet with tons of fruits and vegetables there will be no need to take extra supplements.

4.    Eat Breakfast

Many people tend to skip breakfast because they are in a hurry. Studies have shown that having breakfast is super important to energize your body, reduce hunger throughout the rest of the day, maintain and lose weight, and prevent overeating or poor food choices.

5.       Eat Smaller Portion, More Often

When we go longer than 3 hours without food our energy levels drop and levels of cortisol go up. Cortisol is a hormone that gives our body a signal to store fat in the abdominal regions. So eating smaller healthy meals more often keeps your energy levels up and cortisol levels and cravings low.

6.    Avoid Refined, Processed Foods and Sugar

This is actually a no brainer. We all know that processed food is packed READ MORE at:


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