Written by Meike

health | fitness | nutrition

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6 Feb, 2023

Close your eyes.

If you could achieve anything and be anything you dream of, what would that look like?

What would your life be like?

How would you look?

How would you feel physically, mentally, and emotionally?

Health and fitness is so much more than just eating healthy foods and exercising. The goal should be holistic wellness. This addresses physical, emotional, mental, social, spiritual, and financial health – ultimately, your entire being and life as a whole.

Since health and fitness are such broad topics, here are some more specific daily habits which have been proven to result in overall wellness.

Wake up 1 hour and 36 minutes before sunrise. In ancient Hindu texts, this time is referred to as Brahma Muhurta, and should be used to journal, meditate, visualize, plan the day ahead, and do some light exercise.

Watch the sunrise, and sunset.

Eat a protein-rich breakfast within 90 minutes of waking up. Then eat something every 3-4 hours, always prioritizing protein, vegetables, and fruit.

Limit coffee to 1 cup per day (before 12pm), and never drink coffee on an empty stomach.

Consume 1 liter of water per 30 kg of bodyweight daily.

Eat from the earth. This means eating foods in their most natural state, and avoiding anything that contains wheat, refined sugar, and chemicals.

Move your body for at least 30 minutes every single day.  Walking and dancing are highly beneficial, and strength training will change your life in so many positive ways.

Get into the habit of also moving around for 10-20 minutes after a meal.

Avoid screens as much as possible, especially after sunset.

Spend time outside during daylight hours, and get your bare feet onto grass or sand daily. This is called grounding.

Very importantly, laugh a lot. We are here to experience joy and have fun


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