8 Simple Ways To Upgrade Your Heath Today!

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Forget all of your previous excuses. Start today and focus on the 9 ways you can improve your health.

The following list is a starting point to get you making your emotional, physical, and spiritual health a prior in your daily life.  And, of course, once you do these health upgrades today, continue doing them tomorrow, again.  Before you notice, you’ll be living a healthy lifestyle…with virtually no effort.

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  1. Drink more water. Your body is 90 percent water and it needs water for almost every function.
  2. Drink a freshly made juice—preferably with green veggies. Green juices are the best thing from Mother Nature’s healing nectar. They are rich of nutrients and help our body to be healed and energized you all at the same time.
  3. Eat 2 or 3 pieces or servings of fruit (for example: ½ cup of fruit like cherries, strawberries, blueberries etc. as a serving).
  4. Eat a large salad. People usually make excuses for their bad diet that eating healthy is expensive. That is nonsense. Some of the best super foods are actually cheap and available in a form of salad greens. They are combined with different minerals, vitamins, enzymes, chlorophyll and many phytonutrients.
  5. Deep breath for at least 5 minutes, as often as you can. Latest researches show that deep breathing, even for few minutes, will lower stress hormone levels.
  6. Walk in nature. Trees and other plants transform our carbon dioxide into rich oxygen that we breathe. Oxygenated air helps our body to kill viruses and bacteria, helps to improve breathing, and may even help prevent cancer.
  7. Stop and smell the flowers. Exposing to natural aromatherapy and relaxing, energizing, or therapeutic effects, relax your body. The fact that you can smell the flowers means molecules of their essential oils are coming into contact with your sensory systems—one of the fastest ways to balance hormones.
  8.   Hug someone you love. Always when you hug someone that you love, your body starts with releasing feel-good hormones that ward off depression.