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Do you know, what are the natural ways to keep yourself healthy?

  1. kenneth3watson profile image54
    kenneth3watsonposted 7 years ago

    Do you know, what are the natural ways to keep yourself healthy?

    For making people aware of their health they should know what is good or bad for them.

  2. heavenbound5511 profile image77
    heavenbound5511posted 7 years ago

    This could go on and on. The base to be healthy is to eat mostly fruits, veggies and plenty of water to wash out toxins.
    Tea is good for maintaining your immune system. Their are many teas for many different ills and for prevention of the health problems also.
    Choosing to first use something natural verses man made to help the body heal is the best route if possible with the least/ no bad side effects .
    Do some form of physical activity regularly to keep ones heart strong and body.
    The main key is to prevent and maintain your body so it has no reason from your choices to fail.     A lot of health problems are from lack of eating the right stuff.

  3. profile image0
    khmohsinposted 7 years ago

    These are the natural ways to keep yourself healthy and  you can prevent yourself from future diseases by taking simple diet and daily walk or exercise.

  4. Wildchild87 profile image59
    Wildchild87posted 6 years ago

    I believe one should eat the right amount of food according to what it is.  For example, the Food Pyramid (remember from elementary school?) shows that you need a lot of grains, fruits and veggies in your diet.  Meat, dairy, and definitely fats and sweets are not as important.  But you still need some of the vitamins and minerals that meat and dairy provide, although you can get the same vitamins and minerals in fruits, veggies, and supplement tablets.  Try to avoid heavily processed foods (which can be hard, believe me!)
    Another good rule of thumb is eat the amount of food that best suits your metabolism.  High metabolism?  You need more calories and foods that digest slower in order to maintain a stable body weight (fluctuation should be about 5lbs).  Low metabolism?  Eat foods that digest faster and have lower calories.
    Finally, the amount of exercise you get in a week.  Ideally, you should be exercising for at least 30 minutes a day.  But you should try to exercise 3 times a week.
    This is all based on personal opinion and some of my wording may be wrong.  Feel free to correct me if I am wrong!

 
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