Written By boni kusuma on Jumat, 17 Juli 2009 | 19.10
1. Diet patterns
Keep your food intake and adjust your diet. Choose foods that are not too different from what is usually consumed. However there are a few things to note:
- Adjust eating in moderation, not too much and not too little. - Reduce salt intake because too much salt can lead to hypertension and fluid buildup in the body.
- Avoid fried foods. Fried foods generally contain trans fat and saturated fat if consumed in excess can be harmful to the heart. Not to mention the high fat can make you faster limp.
- Reduce consumption of junk food because it contains few nutrients but high in calories. The habit of eating junk food can lead to obesity, heart disease, high cholesterol and even lead to cancer. - Drink enough water at least eight glasses a day. But can be customized with your daily activities (could be a little or a lot more).
Exercise routine with cardio exercise and weight training. Both are important in weight loss. Maximal exercise was 45 minutes each days. If you are very busy, Gym 3 times a week was enough. The important thing was to get the body to move, because man is created to be physically active. Expand the number of footsteps, select up stairs rather than escalators or roving the mall for about 30 minutes.
Drink enough water to keep urine clear color. Because the color of urine to determine the adequacy of the water in the body. Increasingly clear or colored, then the adequacy of the water is good. While urine is cloudy and dark yellow brown no indication even likely you are dehydrated. Regardless of whether you are taking medication or not. Because the consumption of drugs can sometimes make the urine changes color. Total water demand could increase if you exercise. When working out a time to drink every 5-8 minutes.
4. Improve Body Immune System
Sick, or less fit body can mess up your fitness program and diet. Valerie Waters, celebrity fitness instructor and author of the book 'Red Carpet Ready' suggests, tingkatkanlah immune system by consuming enough vitamin C. Choose natural sources of vitamin C such as citrus fruits, mango, kiwi, grape, lemon and strawberry.
5. Enough sleep
According to Luigi Ferrucci, director of the Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging, sleep is one of the most important functions for our body. Bedtime because the body uses to regulate and heal cells. Liver filter also works in nutrients and separate them to be absorbed or excreted out of the body. Try not to sleep less than six hours a day at night time.