How to Become Healthier

No matter where you look, you would be hard pressed to find someone that isn’t looking to become healthier. Even the most hardcore of health nuts are constantly on the lookout for a better exercise or a more nutritious meal. This shouldn’t come as a surprise considering you are given but one body and the only way to preserve it is to stay healthy.

Unfortunately, with so much money being pushed through the health industry on a daily basis, it’s very hard to tell what’s good information, and what’s not. Just about every magazine you open or TV program you switch on has some sort of new “groundbreaking” diet or exercise plan that guarantees you will look like a bodybuilder in 4 hours. While these marketing ploys are probably great for any given companies bottom line, they can be extremely confusing.

Luckily, becoming healthy isn’t too hard. Sure, becoming a world-class body builder with 6% body fat is difficult but simply improving your overall health isn’t. All one has to do is be mindful of their nutrition with healthy foods, exercise on a regular basis and maintain their spirituality with things like free tarot tellings.


Trying to find a diet that works for you can be an extremely exhaustive process. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be. The first step is to completely do away with the notion of a diet. A diet implies that you are doing something drastically different that you don’t want to do but instead have to. Instead, you have to look at it as a gradual lifestyle change. Expecting yourself to wake up one day and magically be able to eat only fruits and vegetables isn’t realistic and will set you up for long-term failure. Instead, focus on making small controlled changes that will compound over time.

For example, instead of having a bowl of sugary cereal for breakfast, try having a tasty omelet and then eat how you normally would for the rest of the day. Once you’re able to do this for a week (or more, depending on how much you’re struggling), you’re ready to tackle lunch. Once you’ve eaten a healthy lunch for a given period of time, you’re ready to tackle dinner. After you’re confident you’re eating 3 healthy meals a day you can then fine tune, tweak and improve on your daily diet.


Moving your body is extremely important especially if you’re sitting in front of a computer all day – which, it seems, most people are as of late. While it is great to have aspirations of becoming the next Mr. Olympia, you must start slow. Getting 30 minutes of exercise just 3 times a week is a great place to start. Does that seem too hard for you? That’s fine; try just 5 minutes of exercise 3 times a week to start. Once you’re able to do this on a consistent basis bump up the duration until you’re exercising as much as you feel is appropriate for your goals.


Finally, there is spirituality – an often-overlookedelement of healthiness. The thing is, people don’t realize that their physical body is just one part of the puzzle. If you aren’t happy and satisfied with life, you’re not going to be a healthy person. While spirituality is often times linked with religion, this doesn’t have to be the case. All spirituality implies is you are one with the earth and content with your being. Ways to achieve progress in the spirituality department can be meditation or even getting a free tarot telling to have faith in your future. The method of practice is up to you.