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2) Count Your Vegetable Consumption
3) Count Your Movement
Where To Start
These three changes sound simple, but actually implementing them can feel like an uphill battle for the uninitiated. If you’re used to eating a few cups of veggies a day only at dinner, suddenly upping your intake to 10 can seem insurmountable, so I recommend baby steps. If you’re currently eat 2 cups of veggies a day, make it a goal for one week to get in 4, the next week go for 6, and keep working your way up. Apply this same “baby steps” principle to vegetables, water, and movement alike and you’ll be well on your way to optimal health.
Will doing just three things instantly reverse metabolic syndrome, heal hypothyroidism, reduce insulin sensitivity, or any of the other ailments that could be plaguing you? Of course not, these things take time and concerted effort. Revealing optimal health is much like peeling back the layers of an onion, one by one you get closer to the center. But I can honestly say that tackling all three of these goals will have a farlarger impact on your overall health than you could ever possibly imagine. It will absolutely begin to peel back those layers and get you started on the right path. If you do all three, you WILL feel a difference. So head over to Chelsea Charles and grab yourself some bracelets to help you keep track of these oh so important health goal, and get started TODAY. Your health shouldn’t have to wait.