8 Steps to a Smart LifeStyle
Drink 6 to 8 glasses of water every day.
these throughout the day and evening. Start your day with a glass of
Substitute water for coffee, tea and carbonated drinks whenever possible.
When you prefer a hot drink, green tea, rooibos, herb teas or hot water
are good alternatives. Dissolved honey or ‘Stevia’ are good
Keep your consumption of tea, coffee, carbonated drinks and alcoholic
beverages at a moderate to low level.
Exercise your body.
Exercise for 30 minutes or more at least 3 times a week. The
exercise should be appropriate for your lifestyle, health, age and level
of fitness. It Sthould also be something you enjoy doing. Walking
is the most accessible form of exercise for all age groups, and provides
4. Exercise your mind.
it or lose it”.It’s
important that you keep your brain stimulated, both in your working
environment and outside it.
in groups, reading, socializing, learning new skills, puzzles, organizing,
card games and hobbies that require mental skills are all considered
mental exercises and mentally stimulating.
at least as much time into mental exercise as you do physical exercise.
5. Eat a health promoting diet.
Eat a diet rich in fresh fruit, vegetables and whole grains with moderate
amounts of fish, chicken and meat.
Your fruit and vegetables should include a variety of colours and most
important of all the dark green leafy vegetables – Broccoli, watercress,
spinach, Brussels sprouts, parsley.
grain products provide better nutrition that highly refined grain products
and should be chosen where possible.
and seeds (including peanuts) are a valuable source of necessary vitamins,
fats and minerals but are also rich in oils and fats and should therefore
should be eaten in moderation. Walnuts, cashew nuts, almonds, peanuts
(legume), sesame seeds and flaxseeds are highly recommend for inclusion
in your diet.
water fatty fish must be included with your fish intake. These are the
fishes that provide the Omega 3 fatty acids essential for brain nutrition
and maintenance. The fishes are: tuna, salmon, mackerel, herring, sardines
Allow yourself sufficient sleep.
are all different and need different amounts of sleep.
the most recent research indicates that most of us need between 7 and
9 hours sleep per night to operate at full efficiency.
easy to get used to managing on less sleep than we really need but this
creates stress which accumulates over time.
best sleep is during the hours of darkness when the body creates melatonin.
Follow a schedule that allows you the amount of uninterrupted sleep
7. Take time out for relaxation and enjoyment.
need time for yourself to do the things that you enjoy.
up to you to make sure that you get it.
health benefits are terrific.
Supplement your diet with good vitamins and minerals.
life has changed many of the foods supplied to the consumer. The need
for long shelf lives, maintenance of form and texture over time, and
the demands of consumers, have led to the addition of preservatives,
hydrogenated fats, partially hydrogenated fats, colourants, flavourings,
salts, sweeteners and refined ingredients.
Many of the products are also pre-processed before reaching the consumer.
agricultural side has also become industrialized, with livestock and
treated with antibiotics and hormones. Crops are protected with fungicides
and pesticides and fed with synthetic fertilizers.
this means that many of the natural nutrients in food are lost before
reaching the consumer.
addition your body is being asked too deal with many chemicals which
it is not accustomed to or adapted to.
recommend that you make sure that you get the basic vitamins and minerals
that you need by taking on a regular basis a good multivitamin with
minerals and any of the Brain Tonic's products that will enhance your
quality of life.
boosts your physiology. At least 10 minutes twice a day.
you do not feel like smiling, force yourself. It will lift your spirit.
lifestyles and our world are changing rapidly.
need to help your mind and body cope with the changes and pressures.
brief guide above will help if you follow the suggestions.
Tonic's all natural ingredients contribute to a better quality of life.
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