With 2008 upon us, New Year's resolutions are on everyone's mind. But instead of making a daunting and unachievable list this year, make simple changes to your daily routine, which are easy to stick with and offer maximum benefit. Frequent Wellness and Lifestyle Television Contributor Terra Wellington has these suggestions:
BOOST YOUR IMMUNE SYSTEM
If you boost your immune system it can help you get sick less often. One way to do that is by introducing flavonoids into your diet. According to the latest USDA report on flavonoids it talks about the fact that elderberry fruit has the highest concentration of flavonoids. You can get that through a supplement such as one from Sambucol.
AVOID RESTRICTIVE DIETS
Dieting is something that we think about at the New Year. Instead choose a healthy living lifestyle approach, which can be difficult when you're on the go. Flat bread melts from Lean Cuisine can help you stay on that approach. They're less than three hundred and thirty calories only nine grams of fat and they're something that you can eat when you have those cravings without feeling bad.
If you want to find out ideas on what some healthy snacks are you can go to Sunsweet's website. They have a number of tables with nutritional snacks including their Sunsweet ones, individually wrapped prunes. For example, if you make a healthy choice between four Sunweet ones and popcorn and four Sunsweet ones, your ones are going to be healthier because they have no fat and also they're going to have five times more potassium, which can boost your energy.
TAKE YOUR ORAL HEALTH SERIOUSLY
According to the Centers for Disease Control over ninety percent of adults that are forty years and older still have tooth decay, which can be prevented by regular brushing and flossing. If you're looking for toothpaste options you can check out the new Arm and Hammer Advance White Toothpaste. It has baking soda as the cleaning agent, which is less abrasive than other cleaning agents. It can help remove those surface stains and clean the plaque off your teeth.