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10 Basic Health Habits

1. Three prudent meals a day at regular times and only one or two small non-sugary snacks.

2. Eat Breakfast everyday.

3. Get enough sleep (about 7 hours a night).

4. Never smoke and if you do try to stop.

5. Use alcohol only in moderation, if at all. (There are better ways to reduce disease risk)

6. Maintain a reasonable & healthy body weight.

7. Exercise regularly, at least 30 minutes of moderate exercise on most days.

8. Use a daily multi-vitamin.

9. Build your spirituality. (i.e. Pray & meditate each day.)

10. Maintain healthy relationships & social involvements.

Check off the things you are currently

doing and congratulate yourself! Then look at the things you're not and pick one and work on it.

When this has become a regular part of your lifestyle take on another!

About The Author

Scott is an exercise physiologist and has worked in cardiopulmonary rehabilitation for many years. He has also managed large fitness centers and is past director of the Flushing YMCA in New York City. He is currently a Wellness Consultant with American LifeWay Wellness.


Written by: Scott Larson

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