5 Ways to One-Up Your Health for Beautiful Results! (+ Win a Spa Vacation!)Saturday, March 11, 2017
This post was sponsored by Nature Made as part of an Influencer Activation for Influence Central and all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
I am always looking for ways to live healthier and every step counts. It's the little choices that lead to balanced, healthy living and I love making choices that also allow you to one-up your beauty benefits because It's always great when your efforts can do more for your body. For example, drinking water isn't just good for hydration and kidney health, it's also amazing for your skin. Read on for 5 easy ways to one-up your health for beautiful results and then enter to win healthy prizes, including a spa vacation!
The most common recommendation is eight 8-ounce glasses, which equals about 2 liters, or half a gallon. Most people hear "8 glasses" and picture 8 tall glasses of water, which seems like an impossible task, but 8 oz. = 1 cup, and you can fit about 2 cups into a tall glass, so picture 4 tall glasses a day and that is much more accurate and do-able.
#2. Add Weights to Your Workout
Remember, weight is just a number, so don't pay attention to the scale. You could end up weighing exactly the same, but looking amazing. That number doesn't matter; How do you feel? Good? Great!
#3. Get More Sleep
#4. Supplement Your Nutrition
I'm a big believer in taking a daily multivitamin because I've seen and felt the difference it makes in my body. I one-up that with supplements designed to give me additional benefits and Nature Made is my partner in making every day just a little healthier.
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#5. Eat Dark, Leafy Greens to Fight Inflammation
Kale is great in salads but also works beautifully in soups. If you want a healthy snack, try kale chips. If you absolutely hate the flavor of kale, hide it in a smoothie loaded with fruit.
Which tips did you find most helpful? Could you benefit from a supplement? I love to read your comments!
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