This post was sponsored by Nature Made® as a part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central.
Wouldn’t it be awesome if getting healthy worked quickly overnight? Anyone who has tried to lose weight or get healthy, knows that it doesn’t just happen that way. However, isn’t it better to be doing healthy habits than not doing them? You may not see results right away, but that doesn’t mean they are not happening. Even if you’re not ready to jump head first into being 100% healthy, here are several healthy habits you can start today.
This is such a simple habit that anyone can start right away. You can drink water out of your sink or drink bottled water, the preference is yours. Water does your body so much good. It flushes out toxins and keeps you hydrated. Also, drinking water is way better of an option than drinking anything with sugar.
Get more active:
Always easier said than done, but getting more active is a great way to get healthier. Not to mention, you can start this healthy habit today. Make it a point to go on a walk with your family or just do it on your own. Put on your head phones and listen to some of your favorite music as you walk.
During the winter I’m very guilty of driving down to the bus stop to get Charlie in the afternoons. Now that it’s getting warmer, Owen and I have been walking around the neighborhood and finishing up at the bus stop! It’s a simple step in the right direction!
When it comes to getting healthy, it’s not all physical. Sometimes it’s a mental thing as well. Try to stay as positive as you can. Scan Pinterest for quotes that make you feel good and very positive. Hang around people that are also positive. This is a very important step in being a healthier you. Not to mention, you can start doing this today!
Take Your Vitamins:
Of course, it would be awesome if I was able to get everything I need from what I eat. But let’s be realistic: that’s not the case for the average person. That’s where Nature Made vitamins can help. Nature Made is the nation’s #1 best-selling brand for quality vitamins, minerals and supplements* to help support nutritional gaps. I picked up a bottle of B-Complex at Walmart (always a great deal there) because I can definitely use a little boost in my energy and metabolism.
Start a Schedule:
Being healthy can mean making sure you are on track in all aspects of your life. Start yourself on a small schedule. For example, get up at the same time every day or go to bed at the same time every day. This is a great way to make your life a little healthier and you can even start this change right now.
Eat a Fruit or Vegetable:
The health gurus will tell you to eat multiple fruits and vegetables every day. However, if you are new to this lifestyle, you may just want to work on eating a fruit or a veggie a day.
Sounds like a little, but it helps a lot. Switch out one sugary snack for a fruit or veggie. You definitely won’t regret this healthy habit.
ENTER TO WIN ONE OF 20 $50 WALMART GIFTCARDS!**
A healthy habit is something that you can do starting today. You don’t need to stress about it, just make it happen. It’s amazing what these small changes can do for your health, just by taking those tiny steps.
Do you have any tips for healthy habits you can start today?
*Based in part on data reported by Nielsen through its Scantrack Service for the Vitamins Category for the 52-week period ending 1/02/2016, for the xAOC Market. Copyright © 2016 Nielsen.
**I-C will randomly select 20 winners from all program entries and will handle fulfillment of the winning prizes.
***NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. A PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. LEGAL RESIDENTS OF THE 50 UNITED STATES (D.C) 18 YEARS AND OLDER.VOID WHERE PROHIBITED. Enter by 3/31/16. Internet access required. 1 Grand Registration Prize (actual value $5,000) and 30 Challenge Prizes (each actual value $250) available to be won. For Official Rules, prize descriptions and odds disclosure, visit HealthyHabitBuilder.com. Sponsor: Pharmavite LLC, 8510 Balboa Blvd. Suite 100, Northridge, CA 91325.
The sponsor of this sweepstakes is Nature Made. WebMD is not related to or responsible for the sweepstakes.