How To Look and Feel Better


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Looking and feeling great is something that many people believe is a luxury that is afforded to few. This isn't true. The fact is that looking and feeling great doesn't come all by itself. Those people who look and feel great are that way because they made it happen. At the same time, it doesn't take much to look and feel great.

If you really want to look and feel great, stop and take stock. If you have any unhealthy habits, such as smoking or drinking alcoholic beverages, you should stop right away. You should also eliminate as much stress from your life as possible, and make sure that you are getting at least eight hours of rest each night.

If you are a night owl, you should be aware that studies have shown that people who work at night, and sleep during the day don't live as long as people who work during the day and sleep at night. If possible, do your sleeping at night, and stay up during the day. While sunlight can be harmful, we all need some sunshine in our lives. Sunshine causes the brain to produce serotonin, which has an impact on our moods and energy levels.

Next, detoxify your body to get rid of all of the harmful and dangerous toxins in your body. Life Force International has many products that are designed to cleanse the colon and detoxify the body that you should strongly consider. By detoxifying, you will be laying the foundation for looking and feeling great.

Take a look at what you put into your body. Make some lifestyle changes. Drink more water, and less sodas and caffeinated beverages. Make sure you are drinking eight to ten glasses of water daily. Avoid fried foods and all types of junk food. Eat baked, broiled, or steamed meats and vegetables, as well as fruits, nuts, and grains.

Also, make sure that you aren't allowing your body to go into starvation mode during the day. You may need to eat six smaller meals each day, instead of the customary three meals. During the day, if you are hungry you should eat - just choose the right foods and snacks! Your body already goes into starvation mode each night, since you are literally fasting for twelve to thirteen hours or more between your evening meal and breakfast the following morning.

Start an exercise regimen. This doesn't mean that you have to go to a dreaded aerobics class or jog five miles a day. A brisk thirty minute walk each evening will do - as long as you are getting at least thirty minutes of continuous movement each and every day, you will be fine. Don't count time spent at work, on your feet, as movement. While it may count in terms of keeping your body in shape, a thirty minute exercise period each day is healthy for the body and the mind - it relieves stress and releases endorphins that make you feel happy and well.

Finally, you should use a good nutritional supplement, as well as a multi vitamin.

When you make these changes, it won't take long before you start seeing and feeling great results. Not only will you look better and feel better, but you will find that you sleep better, and that you also have a more positive outlook on life.

Copyright (c) 2007

Steven Godlewski is a self-made millionaire and is currently working with Life Force International products. He has an extensive background in nutrition as well as other health related fields. For more health-related articles and a FREE bottle of Liquid Vitamins see their website at:


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