Healthy Living Is Sexy
“HEALTHY LIVING Is Sexy And Does The Body Good.” It’s all about finding balance within your physical body through eating the right foods along with diet and exercise. One thing that you will continuously see throughout my blogs is a reminder to YOU, my readers, that Man is a spirit who possess a soul and lives in a body. God created our bodies. As complex as the may seem, He fashioned and molded us in His image. Every single body part was formed by the Creator of the universe. How cool is that!
Every part of your body has a role to play. If you do not feed your body with the proper things needed, then the body malfunctions and is likely to be plagued with sickness and disease. In today’s society, so many chemicals and pesticides along with artificial flavoring are in the food that we eat and the beverages we drink. It’s hard to find anything pure nowadays. Of course, there is organic which can be very costly, but in the long run is a much better choice.
HEALTHY LIVING STRESS TIPS
Did you know that there are certain foods, spices and tons of home remedies that can keep your body strong healthy and stress-free? For instance, a red bell pepper can be very beneficial to weight loss. Each medium pepper provides 1.18 grams of protein, 2.5 grams of fiber and 5 grams of natural sugar, with only 37 calories. Packed with antioxidants, B vitamins, and minerals.
Go Bananas!!! Begin your day by eating a banana it is loaded with potassium which is helpful for keeping blood pressure low. Bananas help to relieve arthritis and gout and promote better eye and bone health.
“A cup of tea please.” Yes, tea is very calming and soothing, especially chamomile. A cup of tea at night can help you relax a bit.
Fish and whole grains play an essential role in healthy living as well.
Don’t forget to exercise!!! Breathe in… breathe out… Whew! Breathe fresh air, go for a walk or a bike ride. Try to do something weekly that you enjoy that will energize your spirit man
ARE YOU OKAY???
Do you ever experience mood swings?
For no apparent reason, you suddenly go into a funk… lol, snapping at everyone or perhaps you withdraw from people. You keep saying “I am okay” Well, healthy living includes healthy emotions.
If you experience sudden mood changes, here are a few questions for you to ponder. (1) Are you getting enough sleep? (2) Are you depressed or have anxiety? (3) How is your physical activity level? (4) Are you on medication that could be causing mood swings?
According to the According to the CDC (Center for Disease Control and Prevention), Adults need at least 2 hours and 30 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic activity per week. Along with muscle-strengthening activities. All of these things and more contribute to becoming a healthier you. https://www.cdc.gov/physicalactivity/basics/index.htm