I am really pleased to see that more and more people want to live in harmony with nature and are looking for a healthier, more peaceful and more ethical lifestyle. If you are also ready to take a step towards such a lifestyle, you are in luck, because I think that spring is the best time to change your habits.
Here are 5 tips that can help!
This is definitely no surprise for you, because nutrition has always been the main prerequisite for a healthy lifestyle. Add more fresh plant products to your menu – fruits, vegetables, berries, nuts, seeds, cereals and legumes. Reduce the consumption of fatty, fried and sweet foods and follow regular meals.
Most importantly – do not forget to drink, because water is vital for the functioning of our body.
Lack of water affects physical and mental health, as well as accelerates the aging process throughout the body.
The universal formula for the optimal amount of liquid is 30 milliliters of water per 1 kilogram of weight.
Our bodies are designed to keep us moving, so lack of physical activity often results in back pain, excess weight, high blood pressure, loss of energy and joy of life. To keep yourself toned, exercise 3 to 4 times a week. Start the day with exercise, a rhythmic morning walk, an exhilarating run or a bike ride. Do anything that makes you happy and be active!
Mental health is a very important prerequisite for well-being. To improve your emotional health, try to think positively, learn new skills, try meditation and sleep well. It is sleep that ensures the balance and stability of the central nervous system.
Another step towards a greener and more ethical lifestyle is responsible shopping. If you are reading this blog, you may not be unfamiliar with the vegan lifestyle, however, if you want to take it seriously, remember that veganism is not just about food. It is a lifestyle that includes not only a specific diet, but also a different perception of life in general.
Most cosmetics, personal care and household chemicals available in stores are tested on animals to make sure that any of the ingredients used are not harmful to humans.
Therefore, when purchasing beauty products or household chemicals, choose products that are labeled “cruelty-free” or “vegan” to support ethically and responsibly produced products that are not tested on animals and do not contain substances of animal origin.
The use of animals in clothing is just as cruel as in other industries. Fortunately, there are many ethical alternatives to choose from today. Most vegan clothing can be purchased at any clothing store, and most casual clothing is already vegan. Many shoes, belts, bags and coats are also made of non-animal materials. When shopping, choose clothing that includes faux leather and suede, cotton, cork, polyurethane, microfiber, linen, acrylic, polyester, recycled plastic, synthetic materials, bamboo, hemp, denim, nylon, faux down and thermolite.
These are just a few tips to help you change your daily habits step by step.
I hope this article helped you and was able to inspire you to change.
See you again! 😊