Monday, January 13, 2020

How to Take Control of Your Health #healthy2020 #takecontrol #livewell

I've implemented a number of healthy eating goals for 2020 -- including incorporating more plant-based meals. We're making these changes for health reasons. Today, The Weekend Gourmet's correspondent is sharing some great tips to help you take control of your health going forward.

Many people feel like they have somewhat lost control of their health -- so they've given up completely on attending doctor appointments, dental and eye doctor visits, and even the fruit and vegetable aisles of the supermarket. It’s so vital that you're able to care for yourself as much as you can, because your well being impacts every aspect of your life. You're simply unable to live your life to the fullest if you're struggling with health issues and complications.

Regaining control is easier said than done, but it is possible to make health changes and feel positive benefits sooner than you might think. So...if you want to know more about what you can do to boost your health and feel great...then read on! This article will help you uncover some of the best top suggestions and tricks you can implement starting today! 

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Lay the Best Foundation
If you fail to lay the best foundation for your mind and body to thrive, then you're essentially falling at the very first hurdle. Food is fuel that you use for almost every function, so eating the wrong types of foods will immediately ensure you're unable to function to your full capability. Consuming the most nutritious diet possible -- comprised of complex carbohydrates like brown rice and whole wheat bread, lean protein like chicken and beans, fresh fruit and vegetables, and small portions of healthy fats -- will provide the vitamins and minerals you need to heal and grow.

As an added bonus, you'll have plenty of energy too! Further, say no to fast food and processed junk. These items are generally filled with preservatives; artificial colors and flavorings; as well as high levels of fat, sugar, and salt. Eating all these ingredients in large amounts contributes to devastating health problems such as obesity, diabetes, heart problems, and much more. 

Address Long-Standing Health Issues 
Almost every person on the planet deals with a long-standing illness or issues. Many people simply live with the side effects rather than tackling the health issue head on. Although some medical conditions last a lifetime and cannot be healed, there are likely still ways of coping with the issue to reduce the effect it has on your daily life. For example, a bit of research will show you the ultimate solution for your tinnitus problem that can help you catch a break in all of the noise.

The study of medicine and the human body receives more investment every year, so a medical condition that may have been untreatable a decade ago may be much better understood now -- so there may be new treatment options for you to explore! Taking control of your health doesn't have to be a difficult task. Start off by implementing a balanced and nutritious diet and seeking treatment for long-term health issues to improve their side effects for a better quality of life. 

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