Making a lifestyle change to live a healthier life may seem difficult, but it is less so if we think things through step by step. And that we are lazy, like that in general. It's easier to complain but not change than to get up and do something to change what you don't like.
There are more factors than food and exercise to live a healthier life; here are some tricks for the three piles of health, which are the chemical (food), the emotional (mental-stress), and the physical (exercise-chiropractic).
And also, how to change or improve all the important factors? And keep them?
How would you rate the level of health in your life?
How do you rate your 'lifestyle'?
Feeding. Keep reading, and I'm not talking about diet or brown rice.
I'm talking about knowing your lifestyle, and the concept is so famous and so little aware that we are of it.
This can be done by listing how often you eat out, what types of foods you buy, and which ones you prefer to eat daily.
Sometimes we are not aware until we write it. Sometimes, they don't even know how to define what lifestyle they have.
It is a trick that we talk about with patients often.
Write down the meals of 15 days in a row.
When we have it written in front of us, things fall under their own weight.
Once seen, making positive changes in the next step.
We can get lazy, but they are pronounced.
Many people say that they have a good breakfast, and sometimes it was sweet.
When they write it down, or remember their 15 days ago, from Monday to Thursday, they have bought a croissant at mid-morning, on Friday not because in the office there is free breakfast at the office, and on the weekend they have breakfast at home, at sweet times too, being the weekend they argue.
When they realize how much they have had for breakfast those 15 days, they themselves say that this should change.
How should it change?
That already depends on the person. Some people hate cooking and will prefer to change breakfast for something healthier for the body. Or have more breakfast before going out.
Saving while stopping having breakfast out and taking breakfast from home is another option that many decide to implement.
More tricks to incorporate and have a life in terms of food, even better:
-Don't eliminate food:
One of the trickiest things about most diets is cutting out certain foods and drinks altogether.
If you do this, it is more likely that your diet concept will not last or that it will be torture until you start it.
It is more realistic to limit their frequency or quantity. There is nothing wrong with small amounts.
And above all, consult with a specialist, digestive, or nutritionist. Unfortunately, that this is something that, as we say about chiropractic, we are not educated in prevention.
You do not have to go to the nutritionist when you are addicted to a portion of food, or when you are obese, or very thin and without energy, that too.
You have to go to be taught to eat healthy, not boring or bland. And that is what most do not know how to do. So they look a little from there, a little from here, what Pepa says that her Nutri has told her, etc., and that's how she ends up eating badly.
Each body is different. It is only going to know how yours is. Why do some people feel like they need candy and others don't?
-Avoid counting calories:
You are not a calorie specialist. Stop playing the expert.
And counting calories has nothing to do with measuring the amount of food. But that everything is to put a bit of head once they have given us a base.
That a hamburger is not the same as three.
Did you know that eating more vegetables than fish at night would make you fatter if that were the dish?
I didn't know either my mother, father or aunt… the nutritionist explained it to us. And we have been putting more vegetables than fish for years, of course. And that was at least one dinner a week.
- Use the 80/20 rule:
It is not necessary to be 100 percent full in terms of food orto do' lists for the day.
When you get 80%, congratulate yourself. And to.
The rest is not so vital.
In food, it is not necessary to stay full. The body will work better with a little space, and in terms of stress, too. It is important to have prioritized and the remaining twenty; if you are collapsed, you will do better tomorrow.