Diet and Exercise – Starting Right: Both the new year and the Olympics planted the seed of health and wellness deep within many of you. While this is a good thing, especially if it motivates you to improve your health, changing too much too fast could spell trouble.
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Diet and Exercise: Many of you have made new year’s resolutions regarding diet and exercise. In fact, they are probably the most popular resolutions people make. When you add the excitement of the Olympics to the mix, this may increase your motivation to improve your health.
Both of these things can be good if they inspire and motivate you to improve your health. However, if you attempt too many changes too rapidly, you could end up with health problems, lack of success or worse yet, headed in the wrong direction.
First let’s start off with resolutions. I’m actually not a huge fan of resolutions. Why? It’s actually quite simple. Resolutions are intentions with no real game plan around them. It’s like saying “It would be nice to be a famous rock star,” and then doing nothing about it. For those of you who do achieve your resolutions, congratulations! But I bet you take the approach I’m about to suggest. Just what is that approach? It’s goal setting. When you set goals, you not only state your desired outcomes, you also break those goals down into smaller manageable steps. Then you put mile stones around those steps. This creates a plan that arms you for success.
Slow, Gradual Changes
When changing your diet or starting an exercise program, go slow. Make gradual changes. If you join a gym, the first thing you need to do is create the habit of going. If you’re going to get up early and walk, start by getting up 5 minutes early. When you’re used to that, increase to 10 minutes, and then 15 minutes etc. When changing your diet, add health foods before eliminating unhealthy foods. This will ease the process of getting rid of unhealthy habits. Exercise and diet in groups. You can do this by joining existing groups like weight loss programs and fitness classes, or you can start your own. You can start your own be either recruiting friends and family with like-minded goals, or you can use social media and/or meeting sites to start your own group.
How can Enzymes Help
Actually, enzymes can help several ways. First, the right enzymes can help your body maximize the nutrients it gets from the food you eat. Second, the right enzymes may help support healthy energy levels, tissue repair, or even help your body deal with chronic pain properly so that you can exercise and recover from your workouts.
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