Simple Steps to Better Health

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Be positive.

While you adjust to the coronavirus pandemic, keeping optimistic will help you in the long term. Positive people handle stress better, according to many research, including

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Consume walnuts.

Walnuts are tasty and good for your heart. A 2019 Journal of the American Heart Association research found that adding walnuts to a low-fat diet lowered blood pressure

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More nuts overall

A 2019 Circulation Research research found that type 2 diabetics who ate five servings of nuts per week had a 17% lower risk of cardiovascular disease. Vitamin E-rich almonds can also protect heart

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Eat protein before bed.

Protein is essential to a balanced diet, especially for muscle growth and fitness. Yet, when you eat protein affects your body's capacity to receive those advantages.

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Drink extra orange juice.

You probably know that HDL is the "good" cholesterol that you want in your arteries. How to obtain it? In a 2000 American Journal of Clinical Nutrition research

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Fermented foods.

Some love kimchi and kombucha, but others would rather hunger or thirst. Notwithstanding personal preferences, these and other probiotic-containing foods provide health advantages

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Eat breakfast.

As you may know, breakfast is the most important meal. Heart disease risk reduction is one cause. A 2019 Journal of the American College of Cardiology study found that breakfast skippers

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Drink lemon water first thing.

Warm lemon water before coffee. The Cleveland Clinic says vitamin C and potassium promote digestion and prevent illness.

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Stop eating doughnuts and cookies to be healthy. As naturopathic doctor Nigma Talib writes in Younger Skin Begins in the Stomach, high sugar intake can cause obesity,

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