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Body Builders
Body Builders

You already eat right and exercise…or at least TRY to!

Here are some other (small) things that can have a BIG impact on your health:

Meditate  It sounds boring and trendy, but it’s actually a major factor in longevity.  You just have to find 10-20 minutes to zone out and focus on your breathing.

Sleep  Diet and exercise don’t even matter if you’re not getting seven to eight hours a night.  Good sleep is the key to functioning productively.  Make it a top priority.

Drink tea  Water is the best beverage for your body…tea’s JUST as good!  Green tea is supposedly the best kind, and it has a bunch of health benefits like speeding up your metabolism and boosting immunity.

Floss  Don’t just do it for your teeth, it actually protects your whole body from bacteria.

Sweat  Any sweating is beneficial, but the best kind comes from high intensity endurance workouts.

Wear sunglasses  Sunscreen is essential too, but wearing shades can somehow prevent cataracts and even skin cancer.

What are your quick tips for a better you?


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