What You Can Do Right Now:
1) Take care of your body!
Don’t skip any steps in this list.
If you don’t take care of yourself, how are you going to take care of others?
2) Eat a healthy diet with plenty of fruits and vegetables.
Avoid processed foods such as fried food, fast food, soda pop and other sugary drinks.
3) Exercise regularly.
Exercising helps keep your heart healthy, keeps your bones strong and prevents diabetes.
4) Drink lots of water.
Regularly drink 8 glasses of water per day (or more if you’re a heavy exerciser). Avoid caffeinated beverages like coffee or tea. They can cause dehydration and even lead to weight gain in some cases. Instead, choose green tea instead.
5) Stop smoking.
Smoking increases your risk of developing lung cancer, emphysema and other diseases. It’s also linked to high blood pressure, stroke and heart disease.
6) Limit alcohol intake.
Alcohol consumption can increase your chances of getting liver cirrhosis, which is associated with increased death rates from all causes. Drinking too much alcohol can also contribute to obesity and tooth decay.
7) Get enough rest.
If you’re tired, it’s hard to be at your best. Sleep 7-8 hours per night.
What You Can Do After A Trip To The Mall:
1) Take care of yourself.
It sounds silly, but many people don’t take care of themselves. It’s important to take care of your body so that it can fight off disease. Eat right, exercise and get enough rest.
2) Be sure to eat a healthy breakfast in the morning.
This will give you energy all day long and prevent you from scrambling for junk food when you’re hungry (which is likely, given all the walking you’ll be doing). Pack a lunch and eat at restaurants only once in awhile.
3) Always wear comfortable shoes when you go shopping.
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