A lot of people make plans to “get healthy” as their New Year’s Resolution. And there’s certainly nothing wrong with that. It’s a great idea… but what if you decided to get a “jump start” on it so you might be seeing enough benefit when the clock strikes midnight on January 1, 2022, that you can just continue what you’ve already been doing for continuing success in that New Year? That might even give a person more motivation to keep it going, don’t you think?
Well, back to the subject at hand. We often think to get healthier requires so much work and such big changes in our lifestyle that we don’t even try them… it just seems overwhelming. But what if some fairly small changes could have a real positive impact on your health? Might that be a worth a try?
So if you want to “give it a try”… we have 5 small changes people can make that are said to have some potentially big positive impacts on their health.
First… go for some fat in your diet. Healthy fats that is. We don’t mean to go to the first drive through food stand you see and load up on calories and bad fats. We mean healthy fats… from foods like nuts, olive oil, fatty fish, and avocados. They are all good for you… they are essential for fat burning, healthy immune system function, beautiful skin, and feeling full. Adding such good foods to your diet can result in big health benefits.
Next… Practice Gratitude. If that doesn’t sound like something on a “health list”, thing again. Studies have found that practicing gratitude improves a person’s mental health, which has a significant impact on one’s physical health. Worrying, stressing, and thinking about what you don’t have can make a person anxious and stressed. But studies have found that taking time every day to practice gratitude is proven to benefit the brain for a happier you — and that can improve your overall well being.
Next… take a Probiotic. And what does that have to do with your health? It’s hard for most of us to know what supplements we really need.., there are so many available and they all have studies showing the benefits.
But it seems that more and more studies are pointing out how essential one’s gut health is linked to that person’s overall health.
It’s well established that a healthy gut helps to have a strong immune system, and better moods, and many more benefits.
So taking a probiotic every day may give you some great health benefits. And again, drinking Willard’s Water will help improve digestion which is something to keep in mind when thinking about good digestion, etc.
Next: Keep Track of Your Steps. Yes, it is helpful to motivate a person to get up and move now and then every day if you spend most of your day at a desk or on the couch or in the car...whatever. Even people who exercise routinely, can lose some the benefits of those exercise workouts if they spend most of the rest of their days sitting. So getting one of those gadgets that counts your steps every day can be a real good investment since it seems to actually work for a lot of people to stick to their plans to move more.
Next… Add Color to Your Diet…
We don’t mean to dress in loud colors when you eat, though that would okay too.. We mean to make an effort to eat foods that have different colors. Think of your plate as something that should have a rainbow of colors on it… not just a couple. Or, just try to eat a variety of colors throughout your day.. You don’t have to have a rainbow on each plate you use through the day, but getting that rainbow by adding different colors to what you eat through out the day can work as well.
When you eat foods with lots of different colors you are usually adding more fruits and vegetables to your diet and those can pack some great health benefits.
And One More Idea… adding Willard’s Water to your daily routine can have big benefits. As we often mention Willard’s Water has been confirmed in studies to significantly improve the absorption and utilization of nutrients in the body whether they come from food or supplements. And WW use has also been found to result in improved digestion and elimination of toxins and wastes than the body does without it. As we said, some small changes may have big impacts on one’s health.