01. HOW IMPORTANT IS GOOD HEALTH TO YOU?
How important is ‘Good Health’ to you? Is it only to stay in shape? Or is it to prevent any illness or is it to cure a particular illness?
Whatever may be the reason, here’s a road map to good physical health written by the Gold Medalist Nutritionist Dt.Namrata singh.
02. PRESERVING GOOD HEALTH.
Discipline and consistency in whatever path you choose towards your health is important. For any change to be visible either physically or in your blood reports, it takes at least 120 days to show up. Hence at least for that period one has to have patience, dedication and consistency in order to be successful. A combination of exercise, good nutrition and adequate sleep are the main factors leading to good health.
03. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY- a history.
Choose your form of exercise that you enjoy in order to be active and burn all the calories that you have consumed. Experts say, that if you are physically active for over an hour a day, you have the liberty to eat like a king.
04. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY REDUCES THE CHANCES OF AILMENTS BY 50%
For preventive healthcare a minimum of 30 to 45 minutes of physical active is good to reduce lifestyle diseases- diabetes, heart disorders, cancer and others.
05. PILATES IS GOOD FOR ALL.
Pilates, is a form of exercise that focuses on strengthening your core muscles, improving flexibility with controlled breathing pattern. It has been effectively suggested to Astha a, rickets and rheumatoid patients. Pilates can be performed either on a mat or on a reformer. Class ranges from beginner, intermediate to advanced levels. Make sure you perform these exercises under the guidance of a qualified and trained Pilates Instructor.
06. BALANCED NUTRITION
You need a balanced diet to keep your body healthy. Without a balanced diet, you are more prone to disease, infection, fatigue, and low
Following the above steps will ensure not only longevity of life but also a good quality and a strong Mind, body and soul.
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