When we think of health care, many Americans tend to think only of fixing a problem and returning to great health. However, health care is about so much more than just fixing problems—it’s about finding daily ways to live life to the fullest.
So what can you do in your day-to-day life to improve your overall health? What steps can be taken to make reduce the risk of disease, improve your metabolism and generally see to it that you live a fuller life?
Here are three ways to get healthy, one step at a time:
1) Eat Breakfast
We’ve all heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and in reality, it is. A healthy breakfast gets your metabolism going, improves your focus and allows your body to store up energy to use throughout the day. Fuel up with a combination of carbs, lean protein and healthy fats.
2) Take a Walk
Do you work close to your house, have a favorite coffee spot just around the corner or know of a perfect trail in your town? Taking a brisk walk can help with many aspects of your health, including your heart and blood pressure.
3) Get Some Sleep
With the chaos of the fall season, it can be tempting to skip sleep in order to get work done, but that’s not a good option. Most American adults require between seven and eight hours of sleep.
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