Health is Wealth: Six Tips For Taking Care In 2015

We know many ways to get in shape after the holidays/during the year, but what about ways to stay healthy? Without our health, we can’t exercise the way we want or get our work done. Health is wealth. Here are a few ways to keep your health, and bring it into the new year.

True wealth is your health.

  1. Eat right. Let food be thy medicine and let thy medicine be thy food. When you fuel your body with the right nutrients, you will feel good. Eat food from the Earth like fruits, vegetables, etc. Stay away from processed foods. A great documentary that exposes processed food is called “Fed Up.” It was a big wake up call for me, because I was a sugar addict. I know many of you can relate, especially during the holidays. This helped me realize that I needed to stop that now before it was too late.


  1. Drink water (with lemon). Start off your day with 2 glasses of water. Keep your body watered.


  1. Be holistic. Acupuncture, chiropractic, etc. Do things that allow you body to do its job, which is to heal itself; so let it.


  1. Supplements. Our body still needs certain vitamins/nutrients that we don’t get from the foods we eat. A “go to” supplement is Cod Liver Fish Oil. We get plenty of Omega 6’s but not enough Omega 3’s. Another kind of supplement will come from finding out what your body needs. Most holistic doctors use a whole food supplement called Standard Process. There are many to choose from so seeing a doctor that can test the body for what it needs is key. Since I am in the Boston area, I see Dr. Christian Carroll. He is the best in the area for this, chiropractic, and anything in between. He is a miracle worker. You can find him at Groton Wellness starting in February.


  1. Stay active. Walk every day. Take the stairs. Stretch. Just keep your body moving. It’s ten times harder to get back into a workout if you have taken a week or two off instead of consistently going 3-5 days a week.


  1. Live happy. When you give out positive vibes, you will receive them. Positivity is healing. Keep your emotional state happy. It might even help others do the same.

The key is to stay consistent and persistent with your health. We all brush our teeth once a day, so why don’t we take care of the rest of our bodies every day? Listen to your body. It’s the only one you have in this lifetime. 


Steph TeeI’m a Senior Director at Nerium International, a biotech skincare company that develops revolutionary products. I was a Massachusetts State Champion Waterskier from 2005-2012, UNH Tennis Team Captain, and I graduated from UNH with a Bachelor of Science, Kinesiology & Sport Studies in 2012. I’ve been featured in Young Entrepreneur Magazine as well as Success from Home. I love being involved in the community, and I runs my own blog called Smile and Shine, which showcases companies and people that are doing good in the world and giving back.
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