How to be healthy, younger & Maintain a good body weight

Inspiration and ideas on creating your dream life

Stay healthy by controlling your daily activities, anyone can remain healthy and younger. Incorporate a new routine slowly. You don’t want to send a shock to your system. Help your mind and body .

-Water: Drink 2-3litres of water a day (roughly 8oz glasses)also add tea and coffee because the body needs water to remove toxins and maintain correct body temperature.

-Eat healthy breakfast: Don’t skip breakfast because you eat more when you do,so don’t skip your first meal.

-Late eating: Don’t eat at midnight,avoid late night snacks,eat the right time.There is nothing wrong with snacking but when you do it at the wrong time “it becomes a problem”.

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7 Easy Tips for Living Longer

Dr. Eric Perry’s Blog

By Dr. Perry, PhD

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“Not how long, but how well you have lived is the main thing.” ~Seneca

Perhaps like some of you, I have had a few sleepless nights pondering my mortality. I am in love with my life and wish to have as much of it as I possibly can. I believe Seneca had the right idea when he wrote this quote, but I do believe you can live long and well if you follow these 7 daily tips.

1. A body in motion stays in motion
Recently I read about Fauja Singh who in his 80’s started running long distances and at 101 years old ran the London marathon in under 8 hours. He turned 105 years old on April 1st, 2016 and continues to run for fun. Not all of us can run a marathon like Mr. Singh, but it is important…

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The benefits of a holiday on your work related productivity *

Jenny in Neverland

I work from home and I’m self-employed so it is very, very difficult for me to switch off from work mode sometimes. On occasion, I find myself thinking non-stop about stuff I need to do all day long even after I’ve been doing all the things for 8 hours straight and need to give myself a time out. “Regular” jobs finish at 5:30 or 6pm, why can’t I switch off then to? Not answer my emails? And not think about work related stuff? There’s no doubt that there’s plenty of people who aren’t self-employed who feel this way too. If you’re that way inclined; a Type A personality so to speak, it can be easy said than done when someone says, “just stop thinking about work for the rest of the evening”.

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