The Hidden Treasure Of Good Health And Beauty

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So much has been said about BEAUTY and HEALTH. The debate goes back to centuries ago, and it continues to date. However, one crucial factor always stands out; your lifestyle. This includes the kind of food and drinks you consume, the number of hours you sleep every day to your choice of lipstick.

Here are secrets to health and beauty you wish you had known earlier

 1. Eat a balanced diet
A balanced diet goes a long way into ensuring that you stay healthy and turn heads as well. We are literally what we eat. You could hide it for a while, but in the long run, it will always show. A balanced diet consists of proteins, carbohydrates, VITAMINS, and MINERALS. All the nutrients are essential since they play different roles in your body. To enhance beauty, consume foods that are rich in ANTIOXIDANT, such as spinach. Antioxidants are knowns to promote healthy skin. With the help of your family physician, you could also add in a few SUPPLEMENTS to your diet.

 2. Use skin-friendly products
With the demand for beauty products on a record high, there are thousands of BEAUTY PRODUCTS available in the market. Unfortunately, some of these products contain very dangerous and very harsh chemicals. If used regularly, they could cause irreversible damage to the consumer. To avoid such incidences, make sure that the standard board has accredited the products you are using.

 3. Have enough sleep
Having enough sleep plays a crucial role in your entire whole being.  An adult needs about 7-8 hours of sleep daily for them to be able to function correctly. Adequate sleep allows for your body to ‘reboot.’ Worn out tissues and cells regenerate while you are asleep.

 4. Do not get stressed
Not stressing may sound impossible. However, it is essential for you not to worry about things, especially those that you have no control over. Surround yourself with people that see a half-full glass and not half empty. Studies have shown that stress is literally bad for your health. Diseases such as high blood pressure, depression, and ulcers have all been linked to stress. Love, laugh, be goofy, anything to distract you from negativity.

 5. Exercise regularly
Move, move, move. Exercise does not necessarily mean going to the gym. You could start by walking your dog every evening or park your car a few blocks from the office and walk to work, or you could also take the stairs instead of the elevator. Any activity that keeps you on your toes is good for your body and overall health.