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7 Healthy Habits For Busy Moms To Help Kick-Start A Healthier Lifestyle

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As busy moms, we probably already know that there are healthy habits that we could incorporate in our daily lifestyle that would make a deep impact on our health. However, we fail to implement those healthy habits possibly because these habits feel overwhelming to us or we are just too busy with kids, family, work, and life to focus on them. I get it! But the thing is, the path to a healthier life isn’t always about huge changes, rather it’s more about the small steps that could bring wellness and positivity into our lives.

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Today, we’re going to talk about healthier living overall, and very simple healthy habits we can incorporate into our daily lives.

Here are a few tips which you can adopt to kickstart your healthy lifestyle.

7 Healthy Habits to Help Kickstart Your Healthy Lifestyle

Healthy habits are the first step on the road to better health. These little changes will not only help you in maintaining a healthy lifestyle, but also may help to enhance your positive thinking. Don’t worry if you can’t follow all of them, just pick one, stick to it, and make it a part of your daily routine.

  • Practice Good Sleep Habits

Early to bed, early to rise makes a person feel so much better! Our bodies operate on a circadian rhythm. Think of it as a biological ebb and flow. It’s important to follow that rhythm. Going to bed early and getting up early helps keep us healthy because it allows us to get the most benefit from our sleep. When we sleep with our natural rhythm, we get more restorative sleep.

  • Drink Lots of Water

Our bodies are over 70% water, so it only makes sense that the more hydrated we are, the better our bodies will function. Adequate hydration keeps our organs working at their best, increases skin moisture, and so much more.

  • Exercise

Being a couch potato may be tempting, but it’s not the healthiest thing in the world. The benefits of exercise are enormous. Better blood flow, more strength, improved mental function and attitude, lower blood pressure and cholesterol, and so much more, are all benefits you can get from exercising. Even if you’re not an avid exerciser, a brisk daily walk can help improve your overall health.

  • Track Your Steps

Speaking of exercise, something as simple as tracking your steps can help you get on the road to getting adequate daily physical activity. Tracking your steps is a great way to monitor how often you walk, how far you walk, and how far you COULD be walking. It’s a great motivational tool for moms who are trying to live an active life.

a woman tracking her steps with her watch creating healthy habits

  • Eat Healthy Foods

Of course, we all love to indulge from time to time, however, if you indulge all the time, it’s not good. Overeating and/or eating foods high in salt, sugar, fat, and the like may lead to health issues down the line. Opt for lean protein sources (such as grilled chicken), lots of fruits and veggies, whole grains, and healthy fats from sources like almonds, avocado, eggs, and olive oil. Limit bread served with your meal, although it may be tempting! In place of pasta, try using Zucchini Pasta Noodles instead. Eating a healthy, well-balanced diet has been shown to improve both body function across the board as well as mental function and acuity.

  • Mental Health

Be sure you take care of yourself mentally as well as physically. Stop a few times a day to do deep breathing exercises to help lower stress. Try meditation. Read a good book. Make time for yourself at the end of the day. Do whatever you can to keep yourself feeling mentally and emotionally balanced. Studies have shown that stress is a literal killer, so reduce it wherever and whenever you can.

  • Supplements

Supplements can be an important part of your daily routine. Even eating the most well-balanced diet can’t guarantee that you’ll get all the vitamins and minerals that you need from your diet alone so adding supplements to help bridge nutritional gaps may be beneficial.

A bottle of SlowMag Mg tablets

If you decide to take a magnesium supplement, you have to be careful which one you choose because not all supplements are created equal. You definitely want to pick a supplement that has high quality ingredients and is highly absorbable in the body, like SlowMag® Mg Muscle + Heart.

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Magnesium plays a key role in overall health. In fact, it’s involved in hundreds of biochemical reactions that take place within our bodies every day. About 60% of the magnesium in our bodies is found in our bones, while the remaining 40% is in our muscles, soft tissues, and fluids. Wherever it is, however, one fact remains; every cell in our body needs it to function. In fact, it’s a key player in over 300 reactions in our bodies, including:

  • Energy Metabolism*

  • Normal Protein Synthesis*

  • Proper Muscle Function*

  • Nervous System Regulation*

SlowMag MG Two Supplements in the hand

While magnesium is necessary, not many of us get enough of it. In fact, 7 out of 10 people don’t get enough magnesium in their diets.1 That’s a huge percentage of us not getting enough of this important mineral. With all the health benefits associated with magnesium, it only makes sense to ensure that we get enough of it every day.

While it’s great to get magnesium through magnesium rich foods, it’s not always possible to reach the daily recommended amount through diet alone. For example, according to the USDA, you’d have to eat over 10 dozen almonds or over 13 bananas to get in your daily requirement, which is A LOT. The same goes for fatty fish. Salmon is a great source of magnesium, but you’ll have to eat 7 half fillets a day to get your recommended daily requirement. All these foods are great to include in your diet but eating large amounts of them everyday can be unrealistic for many.

With the combination of magnesium being such an important part of a healthy diet and so many of us not getting enough of it, supplementation is an excellent way to bridge the gap. You have to select your supplement wisely, though. There are so many magnesium supplements out there, and they’re not all created equal. It’s important to select a supplement that is made with high quality ingredients and is highly absorbable. That’s why I love SlowMag Mg Muscle + Heart.

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SlowMag Mg Muscle + Heart

SlowMag Mg Muscle + Heart combines magnesium chloride and calcium for dual-advantage health benefits. These two minerals work in tandem to support proper muscle function, energy metabolism, and cardiovascular health.*

SlowMag contains magnesium chloride, a highly bioavailable form of magnesium for increased absorption vs. magnesium oxide,2 the form found in some other magnesium supplements, and SlowMag tablets are specially-formulated with an enteric coating to be gentle on the stomach.

I’ve been taking SlowMag Mg Muscle + Heart daily, and I’m so glad I do. I’m not old, but I’m certainly not young, and I know that one of the key concerns for women who are aging is heart health. Because SlowMag MG Muscle + Heart provide support for both muscle and heart health,* I can feel good knowing that I’m doing something doubly good for myself. I haven’t experienced any stomach upset while taking the supplement either, which is great.

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Disclosure: The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or another qualified health provider with any questions before taking any vitamins and supplements.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

1. USDA Agricultural Research Service. Continuing Survey of Food Intakes by Individuals (CSFII) 1994-96, 1998.

2. Firoz M, Graber M. Bioavailability of US commercial magnesium preparations. Magnesium Research. 2001;14(4):257-262

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