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8 Simple New Years Health Resolutions

8 Simple New Years Health Resolutions

This is the time of year when people tend to be suffering from the effects  of overeating, drinking too much alcohol and generally over indulging. Thoughts start to turn towards the New Year, and a healthier approach to life. Living with a bloated, toxin laden body is uncomfortable at best and lethal at worst. The following 8 suggestions for New Year’s health resolutions are simple to fulfil, and will quickly become a habit when you start to enjoy the benefits.

1. Drink More Water

This is the top of our list, as it is not only the most easy to achieve, it also has the most wide reaching in terms of benefits. Most people in the Western World are seriously dehydrated and suffer a host of chronic illnesses as a result. Drinking enough water can aid with digestion, reducing bloating and eliminating waste effectively. It can keep your mind clear, preventing dehydration fuelled fogginess.

Water can help your skin to become clear and plump, with fewer wrinkles, as well as helping your body to shed excess pounds. Having a glass when you feel hungry can be a way to stop filling up with unnecessary calories.

So many essential functions require water. Detoxification, transportation of nutrients, hormone balance, chemical processes and many more tasks rely on you to drink plenty of water. Make sure that you do your research to give yourself the best quality drinking water available.

2. Eat More Green Vegetables

Green vegetables are good for you! You have probably known this since you were a child trying to feed your spinach to the dog under the table. There is nobody to make your excuses to now, besides your very own body. Explain to yourself why you won’t fill your belly with nutritious greens, leafy fresh vegetables that are bursting with vitamins and minerals.

3. Eat Organic

This is the advanced version of the ‘eat more green vegetables’ resolution. Choosing organic options of fruit and vegetables, and other foods on offer is a fantastic decision because you will be reducing your intake of chemicals.

Traditional farming methods mean that deadly chemical pesticides and herbicides are sprayed all over the produce that is grown. It is present in the soil, and therefore they exist in the very cells of the fruit and vegetables that are grown there.

Washing the skins of your produce will help if you do not buy organic, but the best way to reduce the chemical build up inside of your body is to refuse non-organic wherever possible.

4. Enjoy Healthy Oils

Despite the widespread claims that we should avoid fat in our diet, the reality is that we require fats for a number of essential functions. Low and non-fat foods are often laden with chemicals, or stripped of nutrients in the process of removing fat.

Our bodies are incapable of producing essential fatty acids that are necessary for development of brain tissue, healthy skin and healthy eyesight.

Healthy oils can be found in avocados, olive oil, nuts (especially almonds and walnuts) and fatty fish, such as salmon and tuna.

5. Balance Your pH Levels

Microbiologist Robert Young states,

“The pH level of our internal fluids affects every cell in our bodies. The entire metabolic process depends on an alkaline environment. Chronic over acidity corrodes body tissue, and if left unchecked will interrupt all cellular activities and functions, from the beating of your heart to the neural firing of your brain. In other words, over acidity interferes with life itself.”

Balancing your pH level means incorporating alkalising foods into your daily diet. The benefits are widespread, and it is simple to make this change. Drinking fresh vegetable juices on a regular basis, as well as homemade vegetable soups and smoothies packed greens are great ways to give your body an alkaline boost it needs to thrive.

6. Don’t Forget the Trace Minerals

Your body needs a myriad trace and ionic minerals to function properly. They help to conduct electrical impulses that help your muscles, including your heart to function effectively. The electrolytes are essential for countless processes. Ionised water is a simple way to keep your body topped up!

7. Try Taking Supplements

There are many supplements on offer that can give you a substantial quick boost of nutrition to lend a helping hand to step up your health efforts to the next level. Powdered greens, liquid chlorophyll, probiotics, enzymes and vitamins can be taken conveniently in powerful doses to make this New Year your healthiest yet.

8. Take Regular Exercise

Get your body moving every day! It does not have to be too strenuous, just something to raise your heart rate, and promote detoxification through sweat. Choose something enjoyable and make it fun to give yourself the best chance of success.

Try joining a yoga group, or tai chi to get the added benefit of making new healthy friends too. If you can do these things while outside enjoying nature then all the better! You may be absorbing benefits of earthing while you are there. Real bang for your buck with this one!

Increased energy, clarity of mind, a strong fit body are all things that can be within your grasp when you follow these tips as part of your daily life - you might not even want to wait until the New Year to start!

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