Almost everyone has eaten junk food. It's probably the most desirable and addicting food for both children and adults. Anywhere you go -- amusement parks, movie theatres, malls, and schools -- you'll see people enjoying their favorite chips or fries.
Did you know that the television should be blamed for the increasing addiction to junk foods? In this video, you'll get to know the alarming health effects of junk foods.
So before giving your child a piece of Tootsie Rolls or a can of soda, make sure to contemplate on the ill effects of these foods to your child's health
Our modern and sedentary lifestyle is taking its toll on our health. Achieving a healthy body and longer life span takes a lot of discipline, effort, and consistency. There’s no shortcut to that!
A change in your lifestyle will contribute to a healthier YOU.
It all starts with a healthy diet
Who wouldn’t enjoy a cup of Starbuck’s frappe? Admit it or not, you can finish a box of pizza in just one sitting but you’ll spend a week on a cup of lentils and kale.
It’s really difficult to stay away from processed and junk foods because these have been our comfort food. But if you’re really determined to have a longer life span and be physically fit, then you should start loading your plate with organic greens and grains plus grass-fed meats. You should also consume a good portion of raw and fermented foods.
Keep your body moving
When you feel the need to move, MOVE! Go get that bike, instead of your car, when going to the grocery or a friend’s house. Try on yoga, Pilates classes, barre, mixed martial arts, or any workouts that will keep your body from moving and sweat that stress out.
Eating balanced diet and keeping an exercise routine are part of the cycle, but there are some other ways to achieve optimal health.
Check out this infographic from Mercola
A healthy lifestyle is essential to achieving optimal wellbeing and longevity. This infographic, "11 Basic Guidelines for General Health and Longevity," gives you useful tips to help you live a long and healthy life. Use the embed code to share it on your website or visit our infographic page for the high-res version.
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It’s difficult to remember the foods you must be eating especially if your fridge is mixed up with the good and bad stuff. And it’s almost impossible to stick to a healthy diet if you’re too busy and have no time to prepare healthy meals – even a simple quinoa soup or grilled fish.
Thanks Healthyvore for creating these acronyms that would remind us what FOOD to eat and what CRAP to remove from our diet: