Health Can Be Complicated

Hello Everyone, Michael The Traveling Trucker with great NEWS!

Health is a concern for most people. Do I excerise, eat healthy foods, stop drinking sodas? What types of vitamins and minerals do I take?


Here are my tips for improving your health while taking your vitamins and minerais. Enjoy the read and put those tips into practice.

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When it comes to knowing what’s healthy, even qualified experts
often seem to hold opposing opinions.

This one is most important-Limit sugary drinks.

Eat nuts and seeds.Nuts and seeds are incredibly nutritious.
They are packed with protein, fiber, and a variety of vitamins and minerals.
Avoid ultra-processed foods.

Don’t fear coffee.It’s rich in antioxidants, and some studies have
linked coffee intake to longevity. We all want to live longer, right? So get out those steaming cups of JAVA.

Eat fatty fish
Fish is a great source of high-quality protein and healthy fat.

Get enough sleep. Most of us don’t get the sleep and rest we need.
Poor sleep can drive insulin resistance, can disrupt your appetite
hormones, and reduce your physical and mental performance.

Feed your gut bacteria. The bacteria in your gut, collectively called the
gut microbiota are incredibly important for overall health.
A disruption in gut bacteria is linked to some chronic diseases,
including obesity and a myriad of digestive problems.

Stay hydrated.

Don’t eat heavily charred meats.

Avoid bright lights before sleep.When you’re exposed to bright lights —
which contain blue light wavelengths — in the evening, it may disrupt
your production of the sleep hormone melatonin.

Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables.

Eat adequate protein.

Get moving. According to the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans,
we should strive for at least 150 minutes of moderate intensity activity each week.

Make Your Health The Best Part Of Your Day

10 thoughts on “Health Can Be Complicated”

  1. Great post regarding health tips Michael. The part about how poor sleep can drive insulin resistance was particularly true. I look forward to hearing more from The Traveling Trucker!!! Make it a Great Life!!

    1. Thanks Vicki, We all need to watch our help better. In the fast pace world, we get crushed with bad choices.
      Thanks for commenting.

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