Eat. Eating healthy is about feeling great, aging more energy, and stabilizing your mood. Simplify and start slow to make changes in your eating habits. Moderation is the key and the goal is to develop an eating routine that you can maintain for life. It is not just about what you eat, it is how you eat. Listen to your body. Fill up on colorful fruits and vegetables. Eat more healthy carbs and whole grains for long lasting energy. A healthy balanced diet will make you feel energized and is key to maintaining strength, concentrate and a healthy immune system.

Sleep. How do you feel when you wake up in the morning? Are you refreshed and ready to go, or groggy and grumpy? For approximately 50 to 70 million Americans of all ages, the second scenario is all too common. Good sleep habits take practice. What is really important is making sure that you have a regular sleep and wake cycle so your body naturally knows what to expect at different times of the day.

Move. Think of exercise as your most important medicine of the day – it can fix anything! Trouble sleeping? Incorporate exercise into your life. Feeling constant worry/anxiety? Start exercising. Trouble managing your waistline? Start lifting weights. Want to stay sharp as you age? Get enough cardiovascular exercise (e.g., running/jogging, walking, cycle, walking, and dancing).


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