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6 Steps To Achieving a Healthier Lifestyle - Sophia Belnap - Blog

6 Steps To Achieving a Healthier Lifestyle

There is no set formula to guarantee yourself a long and healthy life, but there are some contributing factors within your control. According to health experts, your lifestyle determines your overall well-being, and you do have agency over your diet, fitness and stress coping mechanisms. If you’re struggling to establish a healthy routine, here’s a list of six manageable techniques and suggestions to help jumpstart your health journey.   

  1. Have Fun With Food

What you eat is linked to how you feel. When you have a healthy relationship with food you’re able to savor the flavors, eat until you’re full and experience an energy boost. To do this without worrying about numbers on a scale, you should be centering your diet around whole grains, fresh vegetables and lean proteins. That doesn’t mean cookies are off-limits. When you allow yourself the foods you love in moderation, you’re more likely to reach your goal weight.

You can make veggies and fruits easier and more fun to consume by approaching them as finger snacks. Keep some carrot sticks, cherry tomatoes, grapes and berries washed and prepped, ready to grab a handful whenever you’re feeling hungry between meals.

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  1. Don’t Deprive Yourself of Mealtime Satisfaction

Many diets fail simply because they’re boring. You want mealtime to be a pleasurable experience and you want to achieve the necessary energy intake to power your body until your next meal. Therefore, you should consider the nutritional value of the dish you’re about to order, but you should also check in with your senses. If you’re not excited about salad, and you’re really craving steak instead, then your body may need a little extra protein. It’s okay to consume food until you’re satisfied—just be mindful and understanding of your hunger and try to avoid eating for the sake of eating.

  1. Supplement Your Nutrition

If you have trouble getting enough essential vitamins and nutrients from your diet alone, supplements are here to help. Many people need an extra boost and formulas designed to complement and enhance your nutrient intake, like the Thrive Patch, exist to help you feel better and more energized throughout the day.  

  1. Take Baby Steps

Don’t let your new health quest overwhelm you to the point of giving up. There may be a lot of research and decision-making involved, but you don’t have to do it all at once. Focus on creating one small, healthy habit at a time. If you drive to work each day, try to park further from your office and slightly increase your walk. If you usually drink soda in the afternoon, replace it with water, tea or coffee instead. Swap your French fries for a side salad at lunchtime each day.

These little changes won’t impact your life much starting out, and they’ll eventually become the foundation on which you build an extraordinarily healthy lifestyle.

  1. Sleep Well Every Night

If you struggle to maintain a regular sleep schedule, you’re not alone. However, sleep is immensely important to a healthy lifestyle, and there are tools for getting better rest each night. You can train your mind and body to recognize bedtime with a relaxing wind-down routine that includes light exercise or a relaxing meditation practice. Swap electronics for a book to prevent the negative effects of blue light on your brain. You can also outfit your room with blackout curtains and remove all forms of unnatural light to help switch yourself into sleep mode.

  1. Be Grateful and Positive 

A negative attitude will yield negative results. On bad days, think about all the good things in your life, embrace them and be thankful. Reset your mind to focus on the positive, and you’ll start to notice and appreciate the changes you’re making in your mind and body.

There is no one-size-fits-all approach to a healthy life, but with some or all of these tools, you can start to better yourself in a way that will lend to a better, happier you.

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