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  • There are many things you can do to improve your over all health. Of course proper diet and exercise are fundamental to improving over all health. The trick is to know what is right and to sift through all the information and advice out there and find out what truly works.

    It is exceptionally important to get enough water as that is what the human body is mostly made of. Distilled or reverse osmosis tend to be the most accessible of decent options for healthful water.

    Also it is important to meet your daily nutritional needs by eating whole grains, fruits and vegetables. Unfortunately so much of our food supply is denatured and lacks the nutritional density we need, so supplementation is also a good idea. If your interest in improving your health is more of a casual interest you may be satisfied with a broad spectrum multi vitamin/mineral supplement. If your concern is more than casual you might enjoy visiting a nutritionist and working together to find what you need more specifically.

    It is also a good idea to be rounded in your exercise. Cardiovascular training is very important for the health of your heart and lungs which have an impact on every other body function so it should not be overlooked. However weight bearing exercise is very good for keeping your muscle tissue healthy as well as keeping your bones dense which will help reduce your risk of osteoporosis.

  • ashleybrooke_08

    Lots and lots of water.

  • take essential fat and vitamin supplementations, drink lots of water- important , exercise regularly, keep stress down..

  • Eat a good breakfast to kick-start your metabolism.