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30 Weeks to a Healthier You

Updated on September 11, 2014

Increase your Health by Changing One Thing a Week.

Changing unhealthy habits into healthy ones is not hard, but may be overwhelming to most people if implemented all at once. By focusing on just one health habit a week, you can find success in reaching your goal of increased health. I want to be the healthiest I can be for my family. I want to be able to see my children grow up and have families of their own. Employing these techniques will help me to be around to enjoy my family for many years to come.

Don't focus on Losing...

Focus your energy on Gaining Health instead.

So much emphasis is put on losing weight. Anorexia nervosa and bulimia can often be the result from so much focus on that single minded idea of getting the perfect figure. I don't want to be "perfect." I want to be healthy. If you share this same goal, join me in being the "Biggest Winners" by gaining quality years to our lives.

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Where are the rest of the weeks?

I will be adding weeks on as I progress through changing my habits. This is something we can work on together, so check back each week to see what the next weeks Healthy Habit will be.

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Change Your Habits, Change Your Life: A Proven Plan for Healthy Living
Change Your Habits, Change Your Life: A Proven Plan for Healthy Living

If reading books on health is easier for you to follow than check this out. Everyone learns in their own way, some may have more success will learning to make healthy habits from a book.


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      Andrew Smith 3 years ago from Richmond, VA

      I really like the concept of gaining health (or anything, really) very slowly and incrementally. This concept really resonates with me nowadays.