1. Supplement your body with iron nutrition.
Iron can only be taken from food sources such as red meats, fish, poultry, cereals, leafy vegetables and raisins. It serves as a fuel to energize our body by helping in red blood cells production. Take iron-rich foods with Vitamin C for an effective iron absorption.
2. Be conscious of what you drink.
Sodas, coffee, energy drink and alcohol drinks contain a lot of calories. It concentrates more on making your belly fats bigger. When you feel thirsty, the cheapest and most helpful for your body is to grab a glass of water or diluted freshly squeezed juice instead.
3. Deal with food allergy.
Avoid its triggering factor. Check food labels carefully for additives that can cause you allergic reactions. If you suspect that a specific additive can cause you the allergy, avoid those as much as you can. Consider fresh and unprocessed foods.
4. Always be ready.
Because allergic reactions may occur anytime and anywhere. Imagine different situations in advance about having allergy and how you can handle it if you are away from your home. This will help you prepare and think for your safety first than panic and not do anything at all.
5. Have a daily workout.
It will not only give you a healthy body but also help in purifying your body and mind through the release of your aggressive endorphins and emotions. Through exercise, you can take in more oxygen allowing your body to pump blood faster.
6. Have safe sex.
One good exercise that can bring positive results is having sex. To make sure you do not get sick from it, do it with your wife or husband only. Sex can bring you more energy, reduce your cholesterol in the body, increase oxygen flow to the brains, help you get more sleep, reduce stress and pressures and even serve as a natural pain reliever.
7. Drink plenty of water.
It is easily one of the most effective and cheapest ways of cleansing your system and flushing out the toxins. Drinking water is a lot healthier than having sodas, alcohol or juices when thirsty or after eating. Try to discipline yourself to just have water.
8. Exercise to get a good night’s sleep.
Since proper sleep is needed to get the toxins out of your system, it would be ideal get the right exercise that will induce you to sleep properly and restfully. Make it a habit and be sure to protect your sleeping environment from distractions such as TV, computer, or too much lights.
9. Growing a garden.
Speaking of gardens, having a home with a garden will give its inhabitants a complete and continued supply of oxygen which is necessary in various bodily systems. It is also good to grow your own fruits and vegetables in your own garden that you can use at home.
10. Choose an exercise or fitness regimen that you know you can handle.
Not all exercises work for everyone. So be sure to get your research done first, especially if you are eyeing on a new exercise program. Talk to your body, and see how far you think your system can go before deciding which fitness program to pursue.