25 Ways to Improve Your Health

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You know change is hard for some of us……its ok…. Don’t try to do everything at once.  Take one day at a time and make one simple change.  That’s it!!!!  Simple….You can do it!

Here are some VERY SIMPLE changes I know you can do with me.

25 ways to improve your health and happiness in 2010
by Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, NaturalNews Editor

(NaturalNews) The New Year is upon us, and for many people, it includes a New Year’s resolution for achieving improved health and happiness in 2010. Here are twenty-five health-enhancing ideas to help you accomplish that goal.

#1 – Replace sodas or soft drinks with tea or water.

#2 – Commit to eating one raw fruit (or serving of vegetables) at every meal.

#3 – Add just 5 minutes a day to your exercise routine. Don’t have an exercise routine? Start with 5 minutes a day!

#4 – Get more sunshine!

#5 – Learn some Pilates. It’s probably the #1 exercise system for core strength and flexibility.

#6 – Drink a superfood smoothie every day.

#7 – Buy more indoor plants: They purify the air in your home.

#8 – Take a quality, wild-harvested fish oil supplement that contains vitamin D.

#9 – Eat more quinoa: It’s a high-protein, low-carb “grain” that can easily replace rice or couscous.

#10 – When you get out of bed each morning, do five sit-ups first. It sounds simple, but just 5 sit-ups a day can make a difference.

#11 – Instead of trying to find a parking spot so close to the grocery store, park farther away. You’ll get a little more walking exercise and a little more sunshine.

#12 – Get a good water filter so you can stop drinking tap water (or bottled water).

#13 – Pick up a “gentle” art like Tai-Qi or Yoga. It will reduce your stress and improve your physical stamina.

#14 – Take a relaxing hot bath with epsom salts and soothing herbs like lavender. It will do wonders for your mind and your muscles.

#15 – Get a professional massage! Massage therapy is really, really healthy, and it’s a great way to reward yourself for some of the other accomplishments you’re making.

#16 – Grow your own sprouts! With a simple, low-cost sprouting machine, you can grow and eat your own sprouts. Eating just one ounce of sprouts a day still had a huge impact on preventing cancer and boosting immune function.

#17 – Prepare for a Spring garden. Sure, it’s cold and snowy right now, but make a commitment to start a garden this Spring, and you’ll reap many health benefits in the months ahead.

#18 – Get a mini-trampoline and do some rebounding in your living room. You can even watch movies or documentary DVDs at the same time.

#19 – Make a point to get at least eight hours of sleep for 2-3 nights a week (or more, if you can). Most people are sleep deprived, and the health cost is enormous.

#20 – Start visiting local farmer’s markets so that you eat more local food in 2010. You’ll be healthier and happier as a result.

#21 – Got a job you don’t like? Quit it! Downgrade your lifestyle to live on less money, then pursue what you really enjoy. Being happy in a small house is better than being miserable in a big one.

#22 – Get off those medications! Make a point to learn how to safely and gradually get yourself off all the medications you can by eliminating underlying imbalances or illnesses. The fewer medications you take, the healthier you’ll be!

#23 – Throw out your television! Are you still watching cable TV or satellite TV? It’s a complete waste of your life (but you already knew that). Disconnect the cable. Read more books and get your information online where news sources are more independent and intelligent.

#24 – Make a decision to think of food as nourishment instead of entertainment. Eat what your body needs, not what your taste buds desire.

#25 – Teach others how to be healthy! The more you talk with others about healthy habits, the more you’ll follow them yourself. :-)

5 Responses to “25 Ways to Improve Your Health”

  1. Carolyn Bordeaux Says:

    This site is just what I needed. After being in remission for over a year with NSCLC, one lymph node was discovered to have more adenacarcinoma cells last Tuesday. I’m devastated but trying to make lemonade out of lemons. I needed this site for support and it made me feel better tonight. I want to be cured/healed of this cancer. I haven’t been me for a couple of years. As a single Mom my biggest heartache is not being here to raise my little boys and I lose sleep at night worrying about this. Cancer is hell on earth and those of us who have it need “tools” to deal with the physical as well as emotional nightmare we have been dealt.Thank you for your site, Shelia!

  2. Sheila Says:


    Thanks with all my heart for your kind words.
    I know your pain…I have lived it too…and there is always hope. I too had 3 little kids who needed their mom and I too was going to live. What I found, is you can heal and recreate your whole life and live a full free life. Let me know how I can help. Believe!

  3. Heshie Segal Says:


    I hope things are now under control. I had cancer around my eye and had a patch over it for 6 months. My daughter has had cancer 3 times. I take good care of myself now and this year, we are producing a movie that could change N. American health. All the best. Heshie

  4. Sheila Says:

    Hi Heshie,

    Thanks for your information and comments. You know first hand what a cancer journey is. I am also helping change the consciousness of cancer worldwide. I would love to hear more about your movie.

  5. Issac Maez Says:

    Extremely interesting blog post thank you for writing it I have added your website to my favorites and will check back :) By the way this is off subject but I really like your blogs layout.

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