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5 Easy Tips To Improve Your Health Professional

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1. Eat fermented vegetables:- A healthy body is closely linked to the regular consumption of vegetables. The fermentation of vegetables increases their nutritional properties (this is mainly due to the process of assimilation). In addition, fermentation allows vegetables to be stored longer. Consuming fermented vegetables has a considerable benefit:- it regulates the levels of "bad" yeasts and bacteria that live in our bodies. Indeed, lactic acid produces bacteria (lactobacilli) which alter the pH level of the intestines. Therefore, the yeasts and bacteria in our body are maintained at optimum levels, thus avoiding the risk of proliferation. A healthy digestive tract is of the utmost importance if one wishes to improve one's health.

2. Expose yourself to the sun to absorb vitamin D:-The miraculous virtues of vitamin D make it an essential treatment for the prevention of cancer. 77% of cancers are prevented by using only vitamin D. Vitamin D is also used to relieve depression, for good bone health, to improve brain function, for heart health, and for many more other benefits. To intensify the absorption and storage of vitamin D (it can be stored for up to 3 months), expose yourself to the sun. Take advantage of the sunniest times of the day to expose your body (at least, arms and legs) for 15 to 30 minutes each day. During the winter months, consult your doctor to consider a vitamin D3 / K2 supplement treatment in ampoules: it is remarkable.

3. Drink good quality water:-Water constitutes about 70% of the human body. It is therefore logical that the purity and nutrients of the water are factors of the utmost importance. Drinking water from a clean, mineral-rich source is one of the best ways to improve your overall health. This is why it is necessary to ensure the quality and the origin of the water that we consume (for example, tap water, bottled water, etc.). In France, we are lucky to have high-quality tap water. You can also check for yourself the water quality by region on the ministry's website here. Know that the best water you can drink is that which comes from a certified source, without risk of environmental contamination. It is easily absorbed and has a high oxygen and mineral content. In fact, it is the water that water purifiers try to reproduce. If good quality spring water is not available near your home, invest in a filter that removes harmful contaminants. It's true that it's an investment, but in the long run, it will really benefit your health. We recommend the Brita water filters on the tap which are cheaper to use than carafe filters.

4. Quit smoking:-Smoking is linked to numerous pathologies, from eye cataracts to cancer, the risk of which doubles in those who have this habit, and quadruples in heavy smokers.

In addition, it is responsible for more than 90% of deaths due to chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases and increases the risk of heart disease and cerebrovascular problems.

If you smoke, you should be aware that, in addition to seriously damaging your health, you are also harming that of those around you, as they passively inhale cigarette smoke and all its toxic substances.

Quitting smoking is always a good decision for your health and that of your loved ones. Did you know…?

After 20 minutes without smoking, blood pressure decreases.

After 12 hours the carbon monoxide in the blood reaches a normal level.

At 3 months blood circulation and lung capacity improve.

At 9 months the risk of infections, shortness of breath, and cough decreases.

After a year, the risk of coronary heart disease is reduced by half.

At 5 years, the risk of neck cancer and stroke is the same as that of nonsmokers, and the risk of cancer of the throat, esophagus, mouth, and bladder is halved.

At 10 years, the risk of lung cancer is cut in half.

At age 15, the risk of heart disease is similar to that of a non-smoker.

As you can see, it is well worth giving up smoking. Also, did you know that the appearance of your skin will also improve? Climbing stairs won't tire you out either, the smell of your clothes will be much more pleasant, and your sense of taste and smell will improve.

In addition, it is responsible for more than 90% of deaths due to chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases and increases the risk of heart disease and cerebrovascular problems.

If you smoke, you should be aware that, in addition to seriously damaging your health, you are also harming that of those around you, as they passively inhale cigarette smoke and all its toxic substances.

Quitting smoking is always a good decision for your health and that of your loved ones. Did you know…?

After 20 minutes without smoking, blood pressure decreases.

After 12 hours the carbon monoxide in the blood reaches a normal level.

At 3 months blood circulation and lung capacity improve.

At 9 months the risk of infections, shortness of breath, and cough decreases.

After a year, the risk of coronary heart disease is reduced by half.

At 5 years, the risk of neck cancer and stroke is the same as that of nonsmokers, and the risk of cancer of the throat, esophagus, mouth, and bladder is halved.

At 10 years, the risk of lung cancer is cut in half.

At age 15, the risk of heart disease is similar to that of a non-smoker.

As you can see, it is well worth giving up smoking. Also, did you know that the appearance of your skin will also improve? Climbing stairs won't tire you out either, the smell of your clothes will be much more pleasant, and your sense of taste and smell will improve.

Helps you maintain your weight

Helps control blood sugar levels and reduces the risk of coronary heart disease.

Promotes sleep quality.

Reduces the risk of premature death.

Increases self-esteem and improves depression.