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  1. 1.  A healthy lifestyle is one which helps to keep and improve peoples health and well-being. Many governments and non-governmental organizations have made big efforts in healthy lifestyle and health promotion.
  2. 2.  Have a mini walk Do a lot of works Used stair and not used lift Do mini exercises Do cycling or swimming
  3. 3.  Drink 8 glasses per day Mineral water have H2O It have healthy drink compare than others Keep us from thirsty Drinks fruit juice
  4. 4.  Fruits and vegetables are low in fat, salt and sugar and provide a good source of dietary fibred . Lower your cholesterol Lower your blood pressure. Fruits and vegetables are low in fat, salt and added sugar.
  5. 5.  surfing online or playing computer games is linked to children becoming overweight or obese. Nearly half of children aged between 5 and 15 years spend more than 2 hours every day on ‘small screen’ entertainment. Children are more likely to snack on foods that are high in sugar, salt or saturated fat when they’re watching TV.
  6. 6.  The simplest way to limit unhealthy snacks is to not buy them. Instead, stock the pantry, fruit bowl and fridge with healthy snacks, and include them in lunchboxes. Put a clear limit on the number of less healthy snack foods eaten each week
  7. 7.  Behavioral training for skills and motivation
  8. 8.  Make it continues to help archive the successful Set the goal Keep our mind fit
  9. 9.  Find simple activity Make sure always in active Make it fun with what you will do
  10. 10.  Family important for supporting the individual Get involve in any situation Give good advise
  11. 11.  Get more experience from anything Make failure as an experience Get personal attention Find the ways to get good attention
  12. 12.  Decide what do you need for meal Decide simple or hard activity Decide our behavior for more goods Monitor all this aspect by own self
  13. 13.  Eating low fat isnt about eating no fat. Know how much fat you should aim for and how to eat wisely. Low fat foods replace the fat with sugar, salt and artificial ingredients. A very low-fat diet may save you a few calories today, but in the long run it could be setting you up for blood sugar imbalances and even future weight gain.
  14. 14.  Different Ages, Different Guidelines to Keep Health What you need to keep in mind is that there are ages when it is more appropriate to go to the doctor regularly. Health Check When You’re Sick or When You’re Well? Many people only go to the doctor when they are having a significant problem. This is often the case when someone doesn’t have insurance or they are afraid of doctors.
  15. 15.  Know what being hungry feels like. This takes some practice. When youre eating a meal, stop when youre satisfied, not when youre full.
  16. 16.  It is easy to train yourself to eat more and more and by so doing create an imperious, but false, appetite. It is equally possible to cultivate moderation and be satisfied with only enough food to meet your needs. Just eat when you hungry and stop when you full
  17. 17.  Eat more vegetable Eat more fruit Eat carbohydrate Example bread Cereal and rice Eat fish Eat pasta
  18. 18.  Healthy lifestyle habits can also help you reverse your stress response, enabling you to avoid or even reverse the negative effects of chronic stress. stress relief plan involves finding ways to calm down quickly so you can more effectively manage stress as it comes, while avoiding the negative effects of chronic stress. Another important way to relieve stress is to maintain healthy lifestyle habits.
  19. 19.  Avoid people who stress you out – If someone consistently causes stress in your life and you can’t turn the relationship around, limit the amount of time you spend with that person or end the relationship entirely. Take control of your environment – If the evening news makes you anxious, turn the TV off. If traffic’s got you tense, take a longer but less-traveled route. If going to the market is an unpleasant chore, do your grocery shopping online.
  20. 20.  Yoga Listen music Hang out Vacation
  21. 21.  Getting regular exercise is another wonderful way to keep your weight in check, manage overall stress levels, and stay connected with others. Exercise can decrease ‘stress hormones and increase endorphins, your bodys ‘feel-good’ chemicals, giving your mood a natural boost.
  22. 22.  It can decrease our health Effect to damage the lung Short time if life Waste our money for no good reason Also can effect others people Say no to smoking
  23. 23.  Choose good friend Don’t ever to try Get advise from expert determined to quit smoking try something like gum chewed gum
  24. 24.  Quality Sleep People often underestimate the importance of getting enough sleep, and getting the right type. However, lack of adequate sleep has many negative consequences theyre subtle, but significant. Getting enough sleep isnt one of the most popular changes that people resolve to make, but it should be.
  25. 25.  The mayo clinic plan : Donald Hensrud, M.D. Medical Editor Healthy Lifestyle Guides Simple Ways to Live a Healthy Lifestyle Healthy lifestyle news, articles and information The Food Revolution: How Your Diet Can Help Save Your Life and Our World (Paperback) by John Robbins
  26. 26.  Prepared by healthy lifestyle Muhammad Shukri Bin Aunaradi 2010903717 To miss Huda Tajudin