How to keep your New Years Resolution

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images-1_Thumb.jpg Lets start the New Year off right! Get up early go to the gym. Spring will be here before you know it, are you going to be ready. Don’t wait to the last minute. Make a commitment now. To keep yourself going you need to see results, that’s very important. So the first thing you have to do is stop the soda all together. Did you know that quitting just your drinking habits alone can save you 450 calories a day. Diet soda is not good for you. It has aspartame in it. Which is a very bad sweetener. Its 180 times sweeter than sugar. Knock that off your list and lose 10 to 15 pounds. This stuff has been proven to make you even fatter. So don’t fall into that trap. It’s been linked to cancer and neurological defects.

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images_Thumb.jpg Lifestyle changes will be the most important, change the way you eat and what you eat. Prevention will be the most cost effective solution for all types of diseases in the future such as cancer and the number one killer of them all HEART DISEASE!!! Choose a healthy way of eating such as whole foods .Stay away from sugar based foods. No fast foods and don’t up size if you happen to. Please don’t smoke its so bad for you. No alcohol it slows down your metabolism. No fried foods they are deadly. Get plenty of sleep this will help you tremendously.

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Snow-GalleryPlayer_Thumb.jpg Following a healthy diet and exercising regularly are the best strategies for maintaining a healthy liver, along with a healthy everything else. For everybody on the East coast make sure you get some sun whenever you can for that Vitamin D which is so important because not only will it lift your mood you can get healthier bones from it. Move more. This perennial health advice rings as true now as ever, if not more so. Just remember 75% of Americans are over weight. Probably from eating all that fast food .Lack of activity is quite literally killing Americans, as we continue to eat more and do less. Obesity , even among small children and the elderly, is growing and contributing to rising rates of diabetes, heart disease, cancer, asthma, orthopedic injuries. Research shows that even a little bit of movement makes a difference. You need to exercise as much as you can. Even 20 minutes a day will make the difference. Go for a short walk. Stay away from breads and pasta anything high in starches. January is here make the most of a new beginning 2009.

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