Friday, November 16, 2007

Eiight Rules for a Healthy Life

Ronni Bennett, of Time Goes By, offers these simple, common-sense rules for a healthy life:

Eat lots of fruits, vegetables and whole grains
Avoid too much fat, red meat and sweets
Take some regular physical exercise – every day
Exercise your mind too
Get enough sleep
Don’t smoke tobacco
Get a physical checkup once a year

If we all followed these rules, there would be no need for all of those best-selling books about staying young, about turning back the clock. Ronni suggests that we save our money. I agree. Like her, I am a realist.

http://www.timegoesby.net/weblog/2007/11/achingly-tired-.html

3 comments:

Paul @ Elders Tribune said...

Those are good points, but I personally believe "stay happy and positive" as the number one catalyst of good health and a good life.

seniorwriter said...

I agree, Paul. Without being happy and positive, one isn't likely to be motivated to follow the other rules

Warren D. Griffin said...

Who wants not lead a healthier life? Obviously everyone. Most important part of our healthier living is healthy food. I think naturals are always better than other. So, I like to be stick with any type of natural food not only milk. I believe the most important part of our healthier living is healthier food.