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Five rules of healthy body and mind


This does not mean that we continue to eat salads all the time, but it ensures that we nourish our body with all the necessary nutrients, from proteins, carbohydrates, fats to all the vitamins and minerals. While ensuring that our overall calorie intake meets our body composition goals. While ensuring that our diet has favorite and staple foods. We must also remember that 50-60 percent of our body is made up of water and we need adequate water intake for optimal health, brain function, etc.

This is followed by exercise and activity

Exercise at least 3-5 times a week perfectly supports our physical and mental health. Any form of exercise that is safe for us and that we enjoy is a great start for most of us. Combined with daily activity and taking more steps (8-10 thousand steps) is the perfect combination.

Next comes the dream

Sleeping more than 7.5 hours every night is amazing for: optimal fat loss, brain function, post-workout recovery, etc. Adequate sleep also increases our productivity and reduces cravings, hunger, reduces inflammation and emotional reactivity.

Stress management and mindfulness

From another spectrum, stress management is equally important if we manage stress properly, it can help us work better and achieve our goals. Remember, the quality of our thoughts determines the quality of our lives. Therefore, we must actively work on our minds, improving and reducing our “mental” vices. Regular meditations and keeping a Thanksgiving diary will change the game.

Environment and routine management

Environmental management includes everything there is in our environment. Ranging from eating in the kitchen to our habits and the people we follow on social media. Do we devote enough time to our self-development and to the people who are important to us? This also applies to the people we surround ourselves with. A few questions to ask ourselves: do they inspire us? Do they support us and our goals? Do they help us improve? Does our routine make us healthier, make us human, or make us more productive? I would highly recommend having a morning regimen and at bedtime.

Source: IANS

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