Mastering the Mundane: Simple Habits to Boost Your Health

Mastering the Mundane: Simple Habits to Boost Your Health

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Do you feel overwhelmed with all of the information and tips that you are supposed to implement to boost your health? Many people know that it is important to be proactive to prevent serious disease and illness such as cancer and heart disease, but they get overwhelmed at the mass quantity of information that is available regarding health and wellness. Instead of getting caught up in the complicated details, it is much easier to take it back to the basics. Here are a few small changes that you can implement to boost your health in a simple way:
  1. Eat More Fruits and Vegetables

Look for ways to load your plate with fruits and vegetables at every meal. No need to prepare a complicated recipe or eat things that you don’t like, because you can instead choose some of your favorite fruits and vegetables and keep them simple. For example, add an apple to your lunch or munch on a few carrot sticks for a snack. One of the healthiest ways to eat your fruits and veggies is raw, allowing you to maximize the nutrients, vitamins, and minerals available in the food.
  1. Stay Away from Sweet Treats

Eating desserts, candy, and other sweet treats is a guaranteed way to disrupt your health and wellness. When you eat refined sugar it causes the blood sugar levels to spike, which has a domino effect on many other functions within your body. It has been found that cancer cells feed on sugar, so make sure to minimize sugar consumption if you want to reduce your risk of cancer.
  1. Choose Healthier Dietary Fats

Dietary fat is an important element of a healthy diet, and these fats are essential for many functions within the human body. The problem is that many people consume a large amount of unhealthy fats such as saturated fats and trans fats, and they don’t get enough of the good fats. Look for ways to include more healthy fats in your diet, such as coconut oil, avocado, and olive oil.

Small Habits Impact Long-Term Success

Remember, that small changes in your daily habits can have a direct impact on your overall health and wellness. Even though these small decisions might seem mundane, it is worth the effort because those choices will add up in the long run. If you need help planning meals and preparing healthy food, then check out our Unravel the Mystery Recipe Book which is loaded with recipes that your family will love. Also, read Unravel the Mystery, by Ann Malkmus, which shares more details about how your daily choices will have a direct impact on your overall health and wellness.

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