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Herbalifeline® Max is a food supplement rich in Omega-3 essential fatty-acids EPA and DHA, which contribute to the normal function of the heart as well as maintenance of normal blood pressure and blood triglyceride levels. DHA also contributes to the maintenance of normal brain function and vision
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Start Earlier, Age Healthier

23/12/2018 18:03

Start Earlier, Age Healthier

Growing old is natural, but ageing in an unhealthy way is not. As we grow older, we may not always pay close attention to take steps towards healthy ageing. Our sedentary lifestyle, lack of exercise and unhealthy food choices may affect our health as we age. Over time, we may experience long-term nutrient deficiencies that may affect our:

•    Heart
•    Bones
•    Joints
•    Digestion
•    Vision
•    Immunity

88%* of people surveyed agree to taking healthier steps towards healthy ageing.

82%* of people surveyed agree that 40-50 years old is the right age to start healthy ageing.

84%* of people surveyed feel that making a better nutrition choice is important for healthy ageing.

Source: Asia Pacific Healthy Ageing Survey toward consumers

It is important to adopt a health-enhancing lifestyle earlier that includes a healthy well-balanced diet, regular exercise and ensuring our nutritional gaps are supplemented with the right nutrients. So start earlier and age healthier with Herbalife Nutrition.

Digestive Health
As we grow older, we may become more vulnerable to indigestion and other issues with the digestive system. While having regular exercise and sufficient fluids may help to support our digestive health, it is also of vital importance to have enough fibre and probiotics in our daily diet. Herbalife Nutrition’s digestive health range helps to support healthy digestion.

Heart & Eye Health
Ageing may affect our cardiovascular health. With a lack of regular exercise and a diet of highly processed foods, our heart may not receive the support to stay active and healthy. It is important to keep your cardiovascular system in shape with a healthy diet, active lifestyle and nutritional supplements for your heart.

Healthy Eyesight helps us to appreciate our surroundings but our age may take a toll on our eyesight. Practising good habits and having the right supplement may help support eye health.

Bone health
Our bones naturally lose mineral density as we age – this is especially true for women after menopause. As our bones lose calcium and other minerals, they may become porous and more susceptible to fracture. A daily calcium supplement may help you to maintain healthy bones and teeth.

Joint Health
Age-related factors may contribute to degenerative changes to our joints. It is important to maintain our mobility as part of healthy ageing by taking active steps to support healthy joint function and comfort. Start taking care of your joints with a daily glucosamine supplement.

Immune Support
As we age, our immune response capability becomes reduced, which may contribute to illness and may impede general well-being. Keep your immune system strong and healthy all year round with vitamins that support your body’s natural defences.

Everyday Health
It is important to maintain your everyday health by giving your body the vitamins and minerals it needs. Vitamins are essential for normal growth and development, energy production and protect the body from stress.

Posted in Nutrition Fitness Tips Health Articles By Guy Alony

Here are some effective principles to follow when you’re trying to change your bad eating habits.

Habits can be hard to change because, well, they are habits. Each year, many of us look at changing some of our bad habits, and the best thing I can do to help my clients is to try to help them prioritize—and work on the easiest things first.

Whether you’re looking to change a number of bad habits or only one or two, there are some basic principles to consider when it comes to navigating your way through the behavior change process. So, here are some tips for smoother sailing:

Set your behavior goals and make them reasonable.

Be specific. “I want to get physically fit” or “I will eat better” are too vague. Instead, set a goal of “I will walk 30 minutes a day” or “I will pack my own lunch twice a week.”

Read  more.....https://discovergoodnutrition.com/2018/01/7-tips-to-improve-your-eating-habits/

Posted in Nutrition Fitness Tips Health Articles By Guy Alony

It’s easy to lose focus of nutrition and fitness during the holidays, with a demanding schedule of parties, festivities and travel. To make matters worse, the stress of the holiday season can often result in weight gain. So it’s important to stay on track with your health and fitness goals during this time of year. 

Remember that the body releases “feel good” hormones during increased physical activity, so try a simple exercise routine to combat holiday stress. Here are five tips to help you to avoid packing on the holiday pounds: 

1. Be creative. If you don’t have time for a traditional workout, then improvise to increase your activity time. Walk faster while shopping, park in the farthest space from the shops and use the stairs instead of the lift. 

2. Travel planning. Stay at a hotel with a gym or pre-book exercise classes in your destination city. If you are staying with family, plan activities together. Bonding while on a hike or walking the family dog beats sitting inside and snacking. 

3. Be prepared. Be sure to pack exercise clothes and shoes. Take a resistance band with you and use mobile fitness apps, websites and DVDs during your trip. 

4. Keep track. Set a goal of at least 30 minutes of activity every day and keep track of your progress. You can accumulate exercise minutes throughout the day to meet your target. 

5. Set a challenge with friends. It’s easier to stick with your plan if you enlist friends and family for competition and support. 

Posted in Fitness Tips Health Articles By Guy Alony
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