Jun 2, 2013

3 steps to get healthy now - guest post by Sage

No matter the state of your current health, there are steps you can take to improve your health. There are many messages about health out there that can get overwhelming and confusing, and it’s difficult to know where to start and what will help you meet your goals. Start with a few of these helpful tips that will assist people at any fitness level to move toward a goal of overall health.

Cleanses are more than just fad diets. You’ll want to consult your doctor to find out if a cleanse might be right for you, but it can be vital to helping your body clean out toxins that are preventing it from naturally burning fat on its own. The body wasn’t built to consume some of the harmful chemicals and preservatives infused into foods today. These substances can block your body’s natural processes for metabolizing your calories and creating energy, causing you to amass calories rather than burning them. Colonic irrigation can also help clean out your body and get it in its optimal condition to clean out undigested food and toxins that may be harmful to the body.


Eat Well
Eating healthy does not mean eating like a rabbit. While it’s important to get a good dose of fruits and vegetables every day, you don’t need to starve yourself and live miserably in order to reach your goals. In fact, the healthiest people are people who eat well but moderately and exercise. Certain foods block the body’s ability to metabolize, and others aid it along. Foods such as fresh green vegetables, sweet potatoes, lean meats, salmon, and nuts contain good components that can help you enjoy your food as well as burn calories. Stay away from foods such as sugar and starches which slow down your body’s metabolism and make you sluggish.

We all know the importance of getting at least 30 minutes of exercise three times a week. It’s just as important to allow your body to rest and stretch in between workouts. Vary your workout routine by adding in low impact, soothing exercises like Yoga or Pilates, in the midst of higher impact exercises, like running or step aerobics. Your body needs rest to rebuild itself, fight infections, and restore cells. Be sure you’re giving it time to rebuild after workouts and giving it enough sleep to feel rested and rejuvenated in the morning.

About the Author: Sage is on a mission to get healthy. In addition to exercise and rest, she uses a home colonic kit to help her cleanse her system and get healthy. 

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