Live your best life
Father’s Day is just around the corner. (Here comes the aftershave.) But seriously, we want you to live your best life every day, not just Father’s Day. The suggestions below are general guidelines and should not replace specific diet and lifestyle recommendations that come directly from your doctor.
We’re guessing that you know what to eat and what not to eat – but it isn’t always easy staying on track. Below is a little refresher on eating, nutrition, and lifestyle choices that will either add to your good health or detract from it. The goal is not perfection. The goal is balance.
You are what you eat
If you want to live a “high performance” life, you need to fill your body with high performance fuel. Lots of the good food choices. Not much of the bad food choices. You know which is which. Be strong and choose well.
- Vegetables (especially leafy greens)
- Whole grains
- Fish and seafood
- Lean Meat
- Healthy Fats (coconut oil or olive oil)
- Processed Foods
- Soda (regular or diet) and sugary juices
- White Bread
- Artificial Sweeteners
- Processed Meats
- Fried Food
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More helpful tips
- Exercise regularly
Be consistent. Walk, jog, or run. Stretch, lift weights, or swim. Get outside and enjoy some sunshine.
- Get 7+ hours of sleep
Your body and brain recharge at night. Your immune system is most active during deep sleep.
- Manage stress
Be kind to yourself and others. Recognize issues that you can’t control.
- Go to the doctor
We know how manly you are. But going to the doctor is not a sign of weakness. Get a thorough check-up every year, especially if you are over 50 years of age. And listen to your body if you aren’t feeling well.
- Compliment your spouse or significant other often
They made us put that one in. 🤣 😂 🤣
This article is intended for educational and informative purposes only, and is not intended to serve as medical or professional advice. Consult your qualified healthcare provider prior to taking any supplements.