6 small tips which could make a BIG difference to your health

You may be doing it it all wrong with one little mistake.

  • Chewing gum on an empty stomach can make you bloated! If you are going to chew gum make sure it’s after a meal. The chewing effect stimulates the digestive enzymes in anticipation of a meal and the precious digestive enzymes are then wasted. This can manifest itself in many ways but the most prevalent is bloating!

  • The most common cause of headaches is dehydration. Make sure you get through at least two litres of water per day. The only fluid to truly hydrate the body is plain water. Tea, coffee and alcohol all dehydrate the body.

  • Dry skin is a lack of water and essential fatty acids (Omega 3). Don’t be lured into buying expensive face products if your skin is feeling a little dry. Increase your water intake and supplement your diet with Omega 3 and watch those wrinkles disappear! Another great supplement for the skin is Ester C.
  • Tea leaches iron out of your body. If you’re a big tea drinker and always seem to feel tired, would you believe that tea can leach iron out of your body! So if you’re tired and anaemic cut back on the amount of tea you drink. Limit your intake to no more than two cups a day and within days you’ll notice the difference!

  • Warm water and lemon juice first thing. One powerful tip for your health! Ultimate liver stimulation and so many other health benefits. The liver regulates hormones and plays a vital role in blood sugar balance. It’s difficult to give up that cuppa first thing I know but I urge you to just do it. honestly, after a week you’ll feel so amazing and energised you won’t want to give this up.  Happy liver = happy hormones = happy you (and happy man!)

  • Body fat not total weight determines health risk. You can be thin but fat. It’s so not about the scales but rather the lean tissue on your body. Exercise, and in particular strength training and HIIT will keep your body fat down and increase your lean tissue.

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