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2018 - Your Year For Health

It almost seems that from Thanksgiving time, we are just endlessly eating. Bloating, cramping, even constipation, these are just some of the issues you may run with all that food. Here are some easy ways to improve your health in the New Year.
    LOS ANGELES, CA, December 31, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The holidays are a time for family, friends - and food! Lots and lots of food. It almost seems that from Thanksgiving time, we are just endlessly eating. Bloating, cramping, even constipation, these are just some of the issues you may run into with all that food. This article about hemorrhoids will tell you more. But that's what New Year's is for, right? New year, new start. Time to detox from all the overeating and get yourself back in shape. Here are some easy ways to improve your health in the New Year.

Drink More Water
Water is like a clear magical liquid for your body. It offers many amazing benefits, one of which is helping the body get rid of toxins. This is particularly important after the holiday season and to boost any weight loss goals you may have. Our body is made up of 60% water, so making sure to drink enough water each day will keep your body balanced and prevent dehydration. This will maintain your blood circulation, digestion, and the absorption of nutrients. Carry around a water bottle with you wherever you go to make sure you drink as needed. It is also a great way to keep track of how much you are drinking.

Fruits And Veggies
Moms really do know best when they told you to eat all your vegetables at dinner. Fruit and vegetables are packed full of different vitamin and minerals which are important for your health. These are also low calorie (some more than others) if you are looking to lose weight. With the juicing craze, getting your daily dose of these essentials is easier than ever. However, don't use a juice as a replacement for a meal. While you may lose weight initially, your body won't be able to keep it up and you may even start to put on weight. Juice in addition to a balanced diet.

Cut Out The Sugar
The food we eat today is often highly processed and packed with sugar. Eating high amounts of sugar can also leave you craving more sugar, and we all know this is not good for your waistline or your health. One 15-year study showed that those who consumed high-sugar diets were more likely to die from heart disease regardless of their weight. Eating too much sugar overworks your liver, tricks your body into feeling hungry, and increases uric acid levels in the body which can cause various health conditions such as gout and kidney disease. The easiest way to cut out sugar is by cutting out processed food. Go back to the basics and eat whole, natural foods such as whole grains, meat, poultry, fish, eggs, fruit, and vegetables.

Join An Exercise Class
Working out is hard and it can be really difficult to stay motivated. But if you find an exercise class you enjoy and a group of people to work out with, this may help you stay focused and motivated. And today, the options are endless! Spinning, TRX, Zumba, Tabata, aerial yoga, hot pilates - it shouldn't be too difficult to find something you enjoy. High energy music, people to keep you going, that's the way to workout!

Follow these tips and implement some of your own. Make 2018 the year you finally get healthy!

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