Your Questions About Healthy Lifestyle

Mandy asks…

How will you maintain a healthy lifestyle in the future?

Imagine yourself after college. You’re married with a few kids. You’re gaining a few pounds every now and then. How will you get yourself back on track into a healthy lifestyle?

admin answers:

Minus the after college part, but I have 2 kids and am expecting the third one in a few weeks. We maintain healthy lifestyles by eating nutritious foods, lots of whole grains, fruits, veggies, and milk. We also get a lot of exercise in. Although my kids are still toddlers and I’m big as a house, everyday as a family my husband and I walk with the kids up and down the road, then when we get home my husband stays outside with the kids and plays with them while I get supper fixed. We don’t turn the TV on until after baths, forcing us to get up off the couch. Hopefully that will encourage our kids to maintain healthy lifestyles after they’re all grown up.

Daniel asks…

How can I keep up my healthy lifestyle over Easter?

I have been trying to keep a healthy lifestyle, build fitness and lose a little fat. But I am surrounded by Easter treats, mum has been baking loads, have Easter eggs from family and my bf wants to get me an Easter egg too. Don’t get me wrong, I love how sweet everyone is being, but all of this will just make me I’ll. What should I do?

admin answers:

If you’d like me to be honest, I think that the healthiest lifestyles include enjoying things. So every now and then, let go of the fact that “something will make me fat” and enjoy it. I think that often as people we give up a large part of living just to stay skinny. I used to be that way, and as much as I told myself it was worth it, it really wasn’t. Enjoy it, and don’t go on a guilt trip over it.

That being said, there are several things you can do to avoid extra treats. Stay away from the kitchen as much as possible, as well as where things are being served. When you get things, get just a small bit. I’ve noticed that with a lot of sweetbreads and cakes and such, a very thin slice takes just as long to eat as a thick one and is usually just as satisfying. If not, you can even get a second (which, sliced thinly enough, is still smaller than the thick slices would be). Another trick I’ve learned is “sharing”–if it is a roll or whatever, just eat half of it and “share” the other half with someone else (maybe someone else who either just wants half, or someone who wants more than one).

Enjoy Easter!

Donna asks…

What are some useful french phrases for the topic of healthy lifestyle?

can you list a few french phrases related to the topic of healthy lifestyle (add the english meanings too please). i.e. views on alcohol, smoking, drugs and eating healthy, what i intend to do in the future to keep healthy and fit, and what i do now to keep healthy and fit.

admin answers:

Je ne fume pas – I do not smoke

Je ne bois pas – I do not drink
(Je ne bois pas de boissons alcoolisee) – I do not drink alcoholic drinks

Oui, je bois – Yes, I drink
(Oui, je bois de boissons alcoolisee) – Yes, I do drink alcoholic drinks

Oui, je fume – Yes, I smoke

Je me suis mis au regime – I’ve put myself on a diet

Les meilleures alimentations pour la sante sont… – The best foods for one’s health are…

Que sont quelques alimentations qui sont bonne pour la sante? – What are some foods that are good for one’s health?

Pourriez-vous me dire un bon regime a suivre? – Could you tell me a good diet to follow?

Hope that helps!

Chris asks…

How do you stay commited to your healthy lifestyle?

I’m trying have a healthy lifestyle and lose weight but i’m finding it hard to commit.

admin answers:

Are you sure you want to lose weight? If this a true desire, give it two weeks, and then asses how you feel. If you are eating healthy and exercises you will feel the difference, then if you go back to living unhealthfully you will be able to tell the change in how you feel, then you should be able to make an easy desicion.

Ruth asks…

Can you maintain a healthy lifestyle if you liquified all your food?

If someone was to say blend all their food, regardless of how nasty it may sound to blend everything from fruits and vege’s to meats etc, imagine someone were to do it. Can they maintain a healthy lifestyle that way? Or will you actually need to eat the food rather than blend it?

admin answers:

You consume for the nutrients. Unfortunately your bowel movements will not be hard, ever.

Powered by Yahoo! Answers