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These 9 simple changes can make a huge difference in your health journey in just a matter of weeks.

1. Avoiding screens 1 hour before bed: Give your mind a chance to unwind by turning off screens at least an hour before bedtime, promoting better sleep quality and overall well-being.

2. Eating a protein-rich breakfast (before coffee): Jumpstart your day with a protein-packed breakfast before reaching for that cup of coffee, providing sustained energy and helping to curb mid-morning cravings.

3. Movement for at least 30 minutes every day: Get your body moving for at least 30 minutes each day to boost mood, improve cardiovascular health, and maintain overall physical fitness.

4. 7000-10000 steps/day: Aim for 7000-10000 steps per day to stay active, enhance metabolism, and reduce the risk of chronic diseases associated with sedentary lifestyles.

5. Morning sun on face for 5-10 minutes: Soak in some morning sunlight for 5-10 minutes to regulate circadian rhythms, boost mood, and support Vitamin D synthesis.

6. 5 x 2-minute deep breathing breaks throughout your day: Take five short breaks throughout your day to practice deep breathing for just 2 minutes each time, promoting relaxation, reducing stress, and enhancing mental clarity.

7. Eat a serving of veggies before every meal: Start your meals with a serving of vegetables to increase fiber intake, promote satiety, and ensure you’re getting essential nutrients for overall health.

8. Go to bed 5 minutes earlier every night until you’re sleeping 7-8 hours: Gradually adjust your bedtime by going to bed 5 minutes earlier each night until you’re getting a restorative 7-8 hours of sleep, supporting optimal physical and mental function.

9. First thing when you wake up, spend 5-10 minutes visualizing how you want your day to go; including taking action on your health: Set the tone for your day by spending 5-10 minutes visualizing your goals and intentions, including prioritizing actions that promote your health and well-being.

To your health

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