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How to be healthy ?

  1. Nutrition

    It's by-now common knowledge that good nutrition is the basis of a healthy body. Forget about fad-diets, and instead opt for a diet which is both varied and balanced.

    Cook from fresh as often as you can to avoid industrial products bought in supermarkets, which can be full of additives and bad for your health.By preparing meals which include fresh fruit and vegetables and cutting down on things like refined sugar, salt and alcohol you will notice immediate changes in your body and mood.

    Unlike diets that are too difficult to stick to over the long term, you don't need to cut out certain types of food from your daily routine. All you need to do is balance the doses of fat, carbohydrates and protein.

    For each meal it is recommended to eat one portion of vegetables, one portion of cereals and one portion of protein (vegetable or animal). Another important point is that the body appreciates having a regular rhythm. Therefore, eating at a fixed time promotes better digestion.

    Be mindful of your calorie intake, too low will result in low energy levels whilst too high can cause fluctuations in weight. The average intake is around 2000 kcal per day for an adult, but this varies from one individual to another depending on the lifestyle among other factors.

    Finally, enjoy yourself without feeling guilty! About once a week, for one meal, eat what you want, in the quantity you want. Cheat meals are essential for your metabolism, giving your body a boost of energy and allowing you to stay fit for the rest of the week.

  2. Hydration

    A healthy body is a hydrated body! Drink as much water as possible, at least 2 litres a day. Teas can be a good way to stay hydrated and enjoy yourself, providing you don't add sugar. In addition, tea is rich in antioxidants and contains less caffeine than coffee.

    Also consider water smoothies, which are ideal for hydration and provide essential vitamins for the body. Full of flavour and adaptable to your taste, smoothies are easy to digest and provide a feeling of fullness. If you're short on time or need to carry your food to work, Go Blend Pro will be your best ally in staying healthy wherever you go.

  3. Physical activity

    If you never do sports, you can start by walking for at least half an hour a day and then move on to running. If it rains or you run out of time, no more excuses! There are a plethora of videos on the internet showing exercises to do at home, for all levels and which do not require any equipment.

    Don't be afraid to try group lessons in a gym or join a club. Playing a sport with other people will only motivate you and give you extra energy. Find an activity that makes you feel challenge and that will motivate you to get out of bed to train. For real results on your health and your body, do sports at least 3 times a week. You can vary the activities, the important thing is not to miss any session.

  4. Sleep

    Sleep is essential for the proper functioning of the body. It gives us more energy, helps us manage stress and increases our overall well-being. When we don't get enough sleep, we are more prone to cravings once we are awake. A good night's sleep can therefore reduce the feeling of hunger in our daily lives. In addition, our body renews its cells and our metabolism is regulated during the night. This is the time when our muscles develop. Sleep at least 8 hours a night to recharge your batteries and be in top shape!

  5. Find out more

    When shopping, it's not easy to find your way through all these products describing themselves as "healthy", "light" or "0%". Be careful not to always rely on the packaging, as some can be misleading. To find out more about what you are putting on your plate, you can read the nutritional values on the back of the product as well as the list of ingredients. And since we are not all dietary experts, there are a multitude of decoding applications such as Yuka or BuyorNot, to help you know what you are really consuming.

  6. Avoid stress

    You know the saying... "a healthy mind in a healthy body." For a perfectly healthy body, you need to eliminate as much stress from your life as possible! Indeed, stress is extremely bad for your health and prevents your body from functioning normally, by slowing down digestion for example.

    If you find yourself to be easily stressed, try to work in-depth on your mental state. You can try meditation or yoga, because they not only relax you psychologically and physically, they also help you burn calories!

  7. Taking the time

    Being "healthy" takes time and organization, whether it's playing sports, cooking, or sleeping. Even if your days are busy, you will always find a way to organize your schedule. For example, you can prepare your meals on Sunday for the week or the day before for the next day. This will also ensure that you don't have to make any deviations due to unforeseen circumstances. The same goes for sport, choose a place that is easily accessible from home, or practice sport during the weekend.

    Above all, it is important to keep your goals in sight, as it is easy to maintain this lifestyle for a week, but being healthy is built over time.

    Find the right reasons why you want to do better and get started! Habits will set in over time and with practice.