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Wellness Tips 5 tips to stay healthy no matter how busy your day gets

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Even of you a busy professional with little or no time to exercise or stay in shape, these tips work perfectly to help you stay healthy.

Staying healthy requires constant attention to one's overall state, from eating the right type of food, exercising and more but then work gets in the way of staying in shape making it an unfruitful effort?

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Professionals/busy executives are busy at every time of the day as all their time count making it difficult to squeeze in other things including dedicating time to exercise, visits to the gym and more.

Take quality food over quantity to stay healthy play

Take quality food over quantity to stay healthy



If you don't have the luxury of time- understandably so- there are five ways to still stay healthy from day to day, check these handy tips:

1. Never skip breakfast

Breakfast should be eaten like a king as this fuels the body for the most productive and better part of the day.

Breakfast jump starts the body to take on the day. Studies reveal skipping breakfast can increase obesity and diabetes risks and cause morning moodiness.

2. Hydrate

Drink at least eight glasses of water everyday. Water works to keep the body hydrated as well as flush out toxins.

3. Don't work and eat at the same time

Dedicate a time to eat and that alone. Don't try to eat and work at the same time but take a few minutes during the day to eat, breathe deep and generally relax. Taking time out to eat always works to relax and refresh the entire body.

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4. Reduce alcohol intake

Alcohol does more harm than good to the body (the organs) as well as the skin. If you must take alcohol reduce it to the barest minimum to stay healthy.

5. Eat quality food always

Surviving on fast foods/ cheap alternatives will eventually wreak havoc on the body. Eat quality food, avoid quantity over quality when it comes to the food to feed on especially at work.

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