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Anonymous asked: HI! How are you! I really am fan of eating healthy but my parents are fat and obese and have diabetes. I have a risk of being obese and having diabetes?

yeap, just be sure you do a lot of exercise, good luck !

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Anonymous asked: hi! I am really obese! And I really don't like it! But it helps me to bully my friends but sometimes I sit on them! How can I be a bully and thin?

Mmm you should stop bullying it is not right. You should do exercise, that will put you fit enough to be thin and you can even develop muscles. STOP BULLYING AND GOOD LUCK

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Anonymous asked: What is your favorite apple kind? I LOVE APPLES

Yellow ones. Red are more healthy so try red.

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Anonymous asked: HI! I HAVE MANY QUESTIONS OF DIETS! CAN YOU HELP ME? I have many obese friends! What can they do to be more thin? :)
-Unknown haha

You should advice them to do exercise, there is nothing better than that to lose weight. Also don’t eat between meals and eat healthy snacks instead of chips and other stuff. Walk everyday and don’t stay sitted down for a long period of time. GOOD LUCK !

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tumblrbot asked: WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE INANIMATE OBJECT?

mm an apple

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Eat a healthy snack: FRUITS!

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The first wealth is health.

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Healthy Living Tips for a Better Life

In order to be super healthy, have more natural energy, stay well and live a long fruitful life, you have to develop healthy habits. These healthy eating and healthy living tips can guide your way.

  1. Eat more nutritious high fiber foods. Healthy eating means getting plenty of colorful fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, beans and other healthy high fiber foods.


  2. Reduce and balance your fat intake. Research shows it’s best to keep fat calories around 25 to 30% of total calories (the national average is 42%). And the majority of fats you eat should be healthy essential fatty acids and omega 3 fish oil with EPA and DHA.


  3. Drink plenty of clean water. 8 glasses of pure water a day supplies you with this essential nutrient that helps you digest your food, transport nutrition and get rid of toxins.


  4. Exercise regularly and sensibly. Physical activity keeps you fit. And moderate daily exercise and weight training is better than strenuous high-impact exercises.


  5. Cut out refined carbohydrates. High glycemic foods are a nutritional nightmare, causing high low mood swings and fatigue. They take your emotions on a roller coaster ride to end up at depression and irritability. Choose a low glycemic diet instead.


  6. Limit your salt intake. Consuming too much sodium throws your minerals off balance, causes water retention and possibly high blood pressure. You can get used to less.


  7. Eliminate negative habits. Gradually replace bad habits with healthy new habits. Give up excess caffeine and other stimulants, reduce alcohol intake and, if you smoke, quit.


  8. Maintain a healthy weight. Both overweight and yo-yo weight loss puts extra stress on your body. Rather than relying on diet pills and crash fad diets, it’s best to finally get it right with healthy weight loss habits, moderate exercise and a good healthy lifestyle.


  9. Take quality supplements. Numerous studies show optimum nutrition levels, higher than the RDA’s, can help you feel better, lose weight, prevent disease and slow down aging – naturally. So add high quality nutritional health supplements to your daily menu.


  10. Reduce the stress in you life. Good stress management can improve both health and happiness. And, as Abe Lincoln said, “Most people are just about as happy as they make up their minds to be.” So make up your mind to relax, enjoy life and be happy.

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Commit to be Fit