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Nutrition
Food directly affects your health, provides fuel for your everyday activities and tunes up your productivity. The right kind of diet and paired up with regular cardiovascular activity, fuels up your metabolism and health more than you would know.

Eating more is not a dire thing to do, but eating nutritional, clean food with a regular exercise is immensely crucial.

Your body needs nutrients that are vital for your cells to perform their functions.

Physical Health:
Your food powers up your coordination, strength, speed, performance, agility and what you intake ultimately struggles to cope your body up with daily chores, household & physical or work activities.

How to eat healthily?
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EXERCISE:
Being a muscle, your heart needs to be reminded that it is being pumped up through an active life. It isn’t necessary for you to be an athlete or into games & hardcore exercises to start jogging & working out. Even a quick walk in your own home for 30 minutes can bring a big change in your lifestyle.

P.S. You are twice as likely to suffer a heart disease in old age if you aren’t into exercise. Why?

Because regular workout helps you:
– Rid your body of the extra calories.
– Reduce chances of getting high cholesterol

According to a study conducted by ‘Mayo Clinic’, exercise helps you:
– Improve your mood
– Boost energy
– Sleep better
– Reduce your laziness

Still not convinced? Well, we have carefully pieced together a list of few at-home exercises/workouts that you can easily do without feeling intimidated by the ‘gym scene’.

1. Stretching:
Stretch your body in exercising positions. Once you start doing this, you’ll instantly notice flexibility in your body and feel your body warming up. This may also push you into doing a little workout post stretching.

2. Aerobics:
You do not need to sign up for an aerobic program for this one, make use of the Holy Grail ‘The internet’, and search up some videos you think are the best aerobic demos available. These videos sitting on your laptop are bound to encourage you to turn up your music and dance to the beat, but make sure you get a full workout session in one go.

3. Go for a swim:
It has been proved that swimming can get your mood lighter and can also perk up your mental health. You can also opt for ‘water aerobics’, what is better than having a two in one workout session.

4. Walk!
A powerful brisk walk in a park or even on the street of your home will leave you feeling refreshed and fuller. It has benefits that are uncountable including, strengthening your bones, helping you stay trim, checking in on your blood pressure, improving your memory and reducing your risk of any serious illness.

Eating healthy and being physically active with it, is the best way to keep your health tuned up. Remember to adopt a lighter lifestyle with a good 8-hour sleep daily and give yourself some time to breathe from all the stress of work or school. Never skip on the small stuff i.e. brush, floss, hand wash etc.

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