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29 Tips To Stay Young And Healthy

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  1. Eat superfoods
    If you want to stay young and healthy, the researchers’ advice is: eat super food! Super food is food you make from fresh ingredients; Berries, fruits and vegetables, salmon and other fatty fish, birds and game, nuts, red wine and green tea.
    2. Give your lungs a challenge
    Frequent exercise increases lung capacity by up to 25 percent.
    3. Put out the cigarette
    If you smoke: turn it off now!
    4. Become aware of your breath
    Breathe with your stomach – ideally 12-14 deep breaths per minute.
    5. Maintain your weight
    Carrying too many pounds is a strain on your joints
    6. Breakfast
    A good and fiber-healthy breakfast.
    7.Build muscle
    A study of men between the ages of 60-72 shows that they doubled muscle strength in 12 weeks with frequent training.
    8. Enjoy your sex life
    Scottish researchers have proven that regular sex – three to four times a week – releases substances from your brain that slow down the aging process.
    9.Check your posture
    You can improve our posture through exercises like yoga or pilates.
    10.Top up oil
    The best oils for the body are oily fish, walnuts and flaxseed.
    11.Check for rust treatment
    The best treats for your body are green tea, nuts, berries, fruits and green vegetables, dark chocolate, red wine, red meat and soy.
    12. Avoid poor diet
    Milk and oily fish are important for maintaining healthy and strong bones.
    13.Enjoy the sun
    The body needs sun to produce vitamin D, and some researchers recommend spending a few minutes under a tanning bed frequently during the winter.
    14.Drink water
    Drink at least eight glasses of clean water daily. Check your urine – it should be clear. If it’s yellow, it means you’re not drinking enough.
    15. Go for a walk
    Frequent walking reduces the risk of developing osteoporosis.
    16. Strengthen your heart
    Eat foods rich in vitamin B, magnesium and zinc, such as meat, fish, egg and milk. Other protective foods include carrots, cabbage, avocado, nuts, garlic, and whole grains.
    17. Watch your blood pressure
    Remember that salt, obesity and stress increase the risk of high blood pressure, while exercise, a healthy diet and feeling full reduce it.
    18. Check the heart
    Visit your doctor for an annual check-up.
    19. Don’t stress
    According to an American study, people who are stressed have a three times higher risk of developing heart disease at a young age.
    20. Use sunscreen
    It is important to use sunscreen with a high UVA factor. And remember, sunscreen is fresh, so invest in a new one for each new season.
    21. Reduce sugar intake
    If it has to be something sweet, then preferably dark chocolate that contains at least 70% cocoa beans.
    22. Get your beauty sleep
    You should sleep at least seven hours a night.
    23. Provide nutrients to the skin
    Use a lotion that contains vitamins A, C, and E. Nourish your skin from within by eating fruits, berries and vegetables, salmon and tuna, and drinking green tea and red wine.
    24. Prioritize your body’s needs
    Break 24 hours into three eight-hour blocks, one for work, one for rest, and one for rest.
    25. Plan your day
    Think and plan for tomorrow today. Shop for groceries several days in advance and plan for food preparation, meals, and exercise.
    26. Take care of your teeth
    Brush your teeth twice a day and avoid too much coffee, tea and red wine. Floss daily.
    27. Stay in shape
    Your body is not made for dozing off on the sofa! Get up and be active.
    28. Think positive
    The expert’s advice is to think of something you’re grateful for every day. It creates positive things that make you happier and younger.
    29. Mental maintenance
    According to a Swedish study, spending too much time in front of the television increases the risk of dementia by 30%.

Enjoy a young and healthy life!

Thanks to Mai Lis Sivertsen

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