4. Hydrate, hydrate, and hydrate.
Know how much water your body needs daily (we all know that the average is 8 glasses, but it can vary from person to person). Drinking enough water keeps your skin healthy, and flushes toxins out of your body. Sometimes when you think you feel hungry, you might actually just be thirsty. So invest in a nice water bottle to make you look forward to drinking more water!
3. More veggies is always good for you.
Since, after these reminders, you’re going to start preparing your own meals more often, never skip the veg when you do your grocery shopping. You’ll be surprised at how easy it is to make veggies taste great with a few condiments, and how much cheaper they are than meat and junk food. Go for dark, leafy greens and as many colors of veggies as you can manage.
2. Say bye to the lift and hello to the stairs.
Like item number 6, this is also an easier workout to incorporate into your daily routine. The elevation of the stairs gives you great cardio that’ll wake your body up before you even get to your morning coffee too!
1. Start avoiding red meat.
Why would anyone want to avoid a juicy slab of steak or some crispy bacon with their eggs?? Because as delicious as they seem to be, they’re really not doing your cholesterol levels any favors. So if you’re committed to trying to live a longer, healthier life and a smarter spending habit, switch to healthier options like corned tuna. Tastes great, feels great on your budget – sounds like a sustainable new healthy habit to try.
Of course, finding canned tuna that is both healthy and give the best value for money can be a bit of a chore. Let me give you this advice to save you the time and effort: San Marino Corned Tuna is the tastiest canned tuna in the market I have tried, and as such it can be enjoyed straight out of the can or liven up any dish as the main recipe ingredient!
What’s more, because it has the delicious taste of corned beef with the health benefits of tuna and has less oil, it’s healthy enough for you to eat every day.
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