7 Healthy Habits for a Balanced Life
#1 – Managing your Digestive Health or Gut Flora. What you eat on a daily basis can have damaging effects to produce bad bacteria in your digestive tract. Some key depletions are antibiotics, fried foods instead of fresh, and sugars that can create toxins. Probiotic supplements can help to produce good bacteria and aid in balanced digestion.
#2 – Your body needs Enzymes to help break down foods. Enzymes like Lipase to digest fats, Protease to break down proteins, Amylase to digest starch, and Cellulase to break down sugars can help since many of our foods that we ea today are cooked and processed. Each person has unique levels of this process that can drop significantly with age.
#3 – Multi – Vitamins help balance you to optimal health. Many vitamins can be found in whole foods or natural source, although they may not be able to absorb properly. Vitamins should be Gender and Age appropriate and not contain fillers or binders that prevent smooth digestion.
#4 – Get plenty of sleep! Getting a lot of Sleep is necessary to restore us after long days of work and play. Herbal supplements, vitamins, and natural caffeine’s like tea can help in this process.
#5 – Antioxidants boosts your immune system. Fruits and Vegetables provide Vitamin C, Vitamin, E, and beta-carotene
which help build healthy cells to prevent many common diseases. Green or Black Tea also have many benefits including
fluoride, which inhibits growth of the bacteria that cause plaque.
#6 – Balance your Acidity and Akeline levels. A good rule of balanced health is to drink a glass of room temperature water when you wake up and before you go to sleep to help balance the Acidity and Akeline in your digestive system. This also helps to kick-start your Metabolism, removes toxins, and
hydrates your body.
#7 – Maintaining your Metabolism. Eating every 3-4 hours helps in balancing blood sugar levels and to not store
fat. A diet consistent in half vegetables, quarter protein and a quarter carbs, along with exercise helps to keep your
digestive system in order.