For a healthier, happier, more prosperous life, the importance of good health cannot be overstated. An inappropriate attitude to health can make us vulnerable to the invasion of germs and diseases that can result in a shortened life span. The great news is that good health is achievable. It will require determination, drive, and a willingness to make small changes in your lifestyle. To make the transition to a healthier lifestyle as painless as possible, it is best to start off slowly and implement small changes in phases.
Moderation is key to success. Excessive "anything" can be detrimental. If you smoke, stop. If you drink alcohol, do so cautiously and in moderation. If you have that sweet tooth, pacify with tiny offerings...
Good health is easy to achieve, but you need to make changes to your diet and lifestyle now. Start by walking up the stairs at work instead of taking the elevator. Swap the hamburger and fries for a healthy wrap or salad. A series of small changes over time add up to making a big investment in your good health for the future.
Action: Pick one unhealthy habit and cut it out for a week. It could be eliminating soda or fast food -- anything that isn't good for you. It can be any bad habit, like bailing on the gym after work or buying gallons of ice cream. Start strengthening your will power in small increments to help the goal be more manageable and attainable in the long run. Make a change for a week, and if it's going well, try it for a month!
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