10 Things to do today

10 things to do today

If you want to love what you eat and feel full of abundant energy, then my top 10 tips below will have you feeling like the best version of yourself.

Improving your health begins from within – eating real, unprocessed and nourishing food to fuel your body (and your mind).

By understanding what is good for you, making some simple changes to your habits, you will start to look and feel amazing. Start with these simple changes and you’ll feel better immediately.

10 Things to do today to improve your health

  1. Start your day with a glass of water. It will rehydrate you after your nights sleep and help to get your digestion and elimination process started. Start with a small glass of water and sip on it as you get out of bed and have a shower etc, you will find that by the time you head in to your kitchen for breakfast that you have finished the glass.
  2. Move your body and sweat for 20 minutes each day. Get outside and take in the sunlight and fresh air. Go for a walk at lunch time, doing a yoga class (there are several online and free yoga classes that you can download, walk or pushbike to work, etc.
  3. Cut down on caffeine. Have one less glass a day and replace it with something like a green smoothie or herbal tea.
  4. Eat organic fruit and vegetable, sustainably and ethically caught wild seafood and grass-feed naturally reared meat. These products are good for you and the environment. Some of the major supermarkets are now starting to stock organic produce, otherwise google your nearest organic shop.
  5. Include a range of natural fats in your diet – full fat diary or butter (if tolerated), unrefined coconut oil, avocado, nuts/seeds and high quality animal fats. Read more about the great benefits of coconut here.
  6. Avoid processed foods and refined carbohydrates, these food spike your blood sugar level and contribute to inflammation. Instead use pseudo-cereals such as quinoa and amaranth.
  7. Reduce and avoid added sugars and chemically made artificial sweeteners – these have again been linked to inflammation, assist in the growth of poor gut bacteria and yeast infections and have been found to contribute to pre-diabetes. Instead eat a small piece of seasonal fruit or use a small amount (moderation is key) of naturally sweet foods such as pure maple syrup or raw honey. Or try using ground vanilla or ground cinnamon spice to add sweetness without any added sugar.
  8. Stay away from products marked as ‘low fat’ or ‘fat free’. These products replace flavor be adding sugar (in may forms and often hidden in names you don’t recognize such as corn starch, dextrose, sucrose). This is especially important to remember when choosing your breakfast cereal – try making your own instead.
  9. Stock up on healthy snack like nut butter on apple slices, homemade pesto and carrot stick, small handful of unsalted nuts or a bliss ball.
  10. Go to bed an hour earlier and turn off your electrical devices at least one hour before you go to bed, this will give your eyes a rest and your mind and body a chance to unwind to help get a restful sleep.

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+ 20 gluten-free & dairy-free recipes
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+ An overview of smoothies vs juices
+ Time saver tips to set you up for success
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