Food and exercise go along together just like the great saying “eat healthy and stay fit”. You can’t have one without the other. It’s impossible to be fit and healthy eating bad food and exercising, or eating good food and not exercising.
There are five ways to eat and stay fit:
1- Pay special attention to what enters your body. Ensure to have control over your smoking and drinking habits. Sure they make you feel good for a while, but the long-term effects are harmful.
2- Feed your body only the best nutritional diet. Fast food is cheaper and faster, but the long term effects are unhealthy. Don’t skip a good meal for a fast one. It’s always a good idea to eat healthy food slowly. Your body will absorb the best nutrients and throw away the worst ones.
3- Give preference to organic food. Fruits and vegetables are always the top foods you should intake every single day. They don’t have any disadvantage and the price is very fair and going down every year. Also they will save you a lot of money in the pharmacy because you don’t need to take vitamins and minerals as a supplement so often.
4- Avoid eating meat. It’s proven that red meat is bad for your health is many ways. First it makes your kidneys work harder to get rid of the toxins. Second, people who eat red meat are more likely to have cancer later on because of the same toxins. Meat once a week is fine, more than that is bad for your health and considered extremely unhealthy. Delicious but dangerous.
5- No matter how well you eat, it’s impossible to get all the vitamins and minerals your body and brain needs when you eat healthy food alone. This is where vitamins come in. Every couple of times a year you should take vitamins. You will feel the difference just a few days after taking these supplements. Your body should react well to them. Consult your doctor to know what is best for your unique body.
Exercise alone will make you want to eat healthy and better in order to be able to handle a harder loan of exercise next time. Exercise also boosts the good hormones in your system which have a direct impact on the brain, making you feel better afterwards which is healthier than medication even for people suffering from depression.