100 Healthy Tips!

  • Healthy Tip #1 Set a goal of trying one new fruit or vegetable every week
  • Healthy Tip #2 Keep a bowl of fruit on your desk at work
  • Healthy Tip #3 Switch from ice cream to frozen yogurt
  • Healthy Tip #4 Substitute sweet potatoes for regular baked potatoes or fries. You'll get more Vitamin A.
  • Healthy Tip #5 Get more fiber. Add canned beans or a handful of nuts to your salad.
  • Healthy Tip #6 Take the stairs, not the elevator.
  • Healthy Tip #7 Don't e-mail your office mate. Walk down the hall and deliver the message personally.
  • Healthy Tip #8 Get a dog. Commit to walking 10 minutes in the morning and 20 minutes at night.
  • Healthy Tip #9 Buy a soccer ball. Kick it with your kids or a neighbor.
  • Healthy Tip #10 Buy shoes at the end of the day when your feet are more swollen from use.
  • Healthy Tip #11 Every six months check expiration dates and clean out your medicine cabinet.
  • Healthy Tip #12 Mark your calendar and change your toothbrush every three months.
  • Healthy Tip #13 When the time changes, change the batteries on your smoke alarms.
  • Healthy Tip #14 Buy a thermometer for your refrigerator to make sure your food is kept at the right temperature.
  • Healthy Tip #15 Put sunscreen on your hands as well as your face and neck every single day.
  • Healthy Tip #16 Play.
  • Healthy Tip #17 Read.
  • Healthy Tip #18 Be optimistic.
  • Healthy Tip #19 Volunteer in your community.
  • Healthy Tip #20 Mentor someone.
  • Healthy Tip #21 Keep a stock of low calorie snacks on hand: cut up carrots, cucumber, pretzels, nonfat popcorn.
  • Healthy Tip #22 Don't eat in front of the TV.
  • Healthy Tip #23 Try spices and seasonings instead of salt.
  • Healthy Tip #24 Add spinach to your salad, sandwich tacos or burger and get a boost of Vitamin C and iron.
  • Healthy Tip #25 Choose tuna packed in water, not oil.
  • Healthy Tip #26 Grab the cell phone and go for a walk.
  • Healthy Tip #27 Park your car on the far side of the lot and get in a little extra exercise.
  • Healthy Tip #28 Take your family on regular walks.
  • Healthy Tip #29 Dance with your children.
  • Healthy Tip #30 Try a yoga class.
  • Healthy Tip #31 Put moisturizer on your hands and feet before you go to bed every night.
  • Healthy Tip #32 Quit smoking.
  • Healthy Tip #33 Fasten your seatbelt.
  • Healthy Tip #34 Wear a helmet when biking or rollerskating.
  • Healthy Tip #35 When traveling, flex your leg muscles or move your feet every 15 minutes.
  • Healthy Tip #36 Adopt a pet from your local humane society.
  • Healthy Tip #37 When you're feeling stressed, smile and take a few deep breaths.
  • Healthy Tip #38 Don't gossip.
  • Healthy Tip #39 Practice forgiveness.
  • Healthy Tip #40 Learn to say no.
  • Healthy Tip #41 Use fat-free yogurt and mustard or horseradish instead of mayo in your tuna salad.
  • Healthy Tip #42 Try your baked potato with salsa instead of sour cream.
  • Healthy Tip #43 Be wary of white foods-- bagels, potatoes, breads, pasta and rice.
  • Healthy Tip #44 Watch your portion sizes.
  • Healthy Tip #45 Eat fish high in Omega-3 fatty acids like mackerel, salmon, sardines and herring.
  • Healthy Tip #46 Do a slow burn workout in strength training and see if less is more.
  • Healthy Tip #47 Take a hike.
  • Healthy Tip #48 Try interval training- short bursts of intense activity with periods of rest.
  • Healthy Tip #49 Get 8 hours of sleep regularly.
  • Healthy Tip #50 Wake up at the same time every day.
  • Healthy Tip #51 Take a multivitamin.
  • Healthy Tip #52 Read nutrition labels.
  • Healthy Tip #53 Brush your teeth after every meal.
  • Healthy Tip #54 Floss every day.
  • Healthy Tip #55 Cook two meals at once. You'll have one meal ready on those nights you just don't have time.
  • Healthy Tip #56 Take a nap.
  • Healthy Tip #57 Find a hobby.
  • Healthy Tip #58 Call a friend.
  • Healthy Tip #59 Take the time to get organized.
  • Healthy Tip #60 Eat the skin on your baked potato. Don't eat the skin on your chicken.
  • Healthy Tip #61 Dilute juice with water.
  • Healthy Tip #62 For every cup of coffee you drink, drink a glass of water.
  • Healthy Tip #63 Add a handful of berries to your morning cereal.
  • Healthy Tip #64 Eat produce at every meal.
  • Healthy Tip #65 Try plant-based protein such as soy milk, soy yogurt, tempeh, hummus or beans.
  • Healthy Tip #66 Join an online diet program. Log on when cravings strike.
  • Healthy Tip #67 Keep an exercise journal to track your progress and focus on your goals.
  • Healthy Tip #68 Walk on a beach.
  • Healthy Tip #69 Schedule a fitness break at the same time each day.
  • Healthy Tip #70 Cut your lunch hour in half and use those extra 30-minutes for a walk.
  • Healthy Tip #71 Use a meat thermometer every time your prepare a meal.
  • Healthy Tip #72 To reduce your risk of Alzheimer's, keep reading, going to museums and engaging in hobbies.
  • Healthy Tip #73 Keep your blood pressure down by losing weight, exercising and limiting sodium and alcohol.
  • Healthy Tip #74 Get fluoride supplements for your child if you live in a non-fluoridated area.
  • Healthy Tip #75 Wash your hands frequently to avoid germs that cause cold and flu.
  • Healthy Tip #76 Carry an emergency medical card that indicates you are taking lifesaving medication.
  • Healthy Tip #77 Get a facial.
  • Healthy Tip #78 Get a pedicure.
  • Healthy Tip #79 Take a relaxing bath rather than a quick shower.
  • Healthy Tip #80 Plant flowers.
  • Healthy Tip #81 Light candles.
  • Healthy Tip #82 Buy organic foods.
  • Healthy Tip #83 Don't eat after 8:00 pm.
  • Healthy Tip #84 Make your own healthy lunch to control portion sizes and ingredients.
  • Healthy Tip #85 Eat breakfast.
  • Healthy Tip #86 Don't eat unless you are sitting at a table.
  • Healthy Tip #87 Eat slowly and savor what you are eating.
  • Healthy Tip #88 Have an apple before dinner.
  • Healthy Tip #89 Try nonfat milk instead of whole. It has 100 less calories in every 2 cups.
  • Healthy Tip #90 Find an exercise buddy.
  • Healthy Tip #91 Look for walks, runs, health screenings and other healthy events in your community.
  • Healthy Tip #92 Use skin cream with SPF15 on your hands to prevent wrinkles and spots.
  • Healthy Tip #93 Keep a six pack of bottled water in the car for yourself and the kids.
  • Healthy Tip #94 Get help for chronic pain.
  • Healthy Tip #95 Enjoy music.
  • Healthy Tip #96 Arrange a regular time together with friends.
  • Healthy Tip #97 Plan regular date nights with your significant other.
  • Healthy Tip #98 Meditate.
  • Healthy Tip #99 Do less.
  • Healthy Tip #100 Be a good listener.

Source from www.accenthealth.com

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