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“15 Easy Ways to Be Healthier”
The article, 15 Easy Ways to Be Healthier, was about the key to having lifelong good health. In addition, the article summarizes how making simple changes in diet, exercise and stress management can drastically make life healthier and more enjoyable. Furthermore, the article also contains the advice of three experts – a naturopathic physician, a nutritionist, and a personal trainer that explain the top five simple lifestyle changes they recommend to make your life well.
15 Easy Ways to Be Healthier, relates to the wellness dimensions of physical health and also emotional health. This article relates to emotional health because the naturopathic physician, James Rouse, explains how thinking positive and focusing on gratitude is the first step to having a more well life. James rouse summarizes how research shows a healthy positive attitude can help build a healthier immune system and increase your overall health. In addition, James states that, “Your body believes what you think, so focus on the positive.” Additionally, this article can be related to physical health because it instructs how you should be eating, sleeping, and exercising. James Rouse explains that we should be eating five serving of vegetables a day because it reduces that risk of developing cancers. Secondly, he describes how we should contain five meals a days so our energy levels and metabolism will increase. Thirdly, we should exercise daily to normalize blood pressure and receive a good night sleep to increase our energy levels. After reading this article it made me realize what ways I need to change in my life to help me become healthier. I realized that I need to receive more sleep at night because as a result in the morning I am overly tired and can’t make it throughout the day without at least napping in one of my study halls during school. Not only should I…...

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