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5 daily habits your body will thank you for

The best way to look after your body is to establish healthy habits that you can maintain over the long-term.

There will be days when things don’t go to plan, however, as long as 90% of the time you’re able to keep up with these habits then you’re definitely on the right track to good health!

  • Habit 1. Have breakfast daily: Breakfast can be as simple as some yoghurt with muesli and fruit or as complex as a vegetable and smoked salmon omelete, either way it will help kick start your metabolism and give you a healthy boost to your day!
  • Habit 2. Eat 2 serves of fruit per day: Fruit is a naturally sweet treat packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and fibre!
  • Habit 3. Drink 6-8 cups of water per day:
    Up to 60% of the human adult body is water. Water is a major component of blood, the brain, heart and lungs so its no wonder we need to keep hydrated in order for our body to perform at its optimum. Water is also necessary for healthy functioning kidneys and to keep skin supple.
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