­­Hello guys. In today’s post, I am going to share with you first 4 tips for starting a healthy lifestyle.

Healthy Lifestyle Tip 1: Cut out Processed Foods

One of my favorite tips is just to eat naturally, healthy and raw. Make juices. You can by fresh juice, but I like to make it. So, I use some carrots and apples and kale. You can use whatever you like. It’s a great way to get you greens in. It can deliver vitamins and nutrients to your body. And it just tastes good. Smoothie is another great way to fuel and nurture your organism. What’s awesome about smoothies and juices is that they’re all blended up. So they give your digestive system a little bit of a break.

Healthy Lifestyle Tip 2: Replace Soda with Tea or Carbonated Water

We’re going to have to touch on it sooner or later. And that is replacing soda with tea or carbonated water. Find something to replace soda with. I like to drink my tea and kind of look up new recipes online. I promise that you will feel immediate results in your body when you cut out soda. You are going to have a lot more energy. You are not going to be as tired. Your blood sugar levels are going to be a lot more stable. Overall, you are going to feel a lot better when you cut out soda.

Healthy Lifestyle Tip 3: Drink Water. Half of your Body Weight in Ounces Per Day

Did you guys know that 75% of Americans are chronically dehydrated? That is unacceptable. Drinking water is one of the most efficient and effective ways to get you feeling and looking your best. So, grab a cute water bottle and drink half of your body weight in ounces per day. If you really don’t like water, you could try spicing up your water by adding lemon or frozen fruit to it. Something to give it a little bit more of a taste. And I love adding lemon and frozen blueberries to my water. It might sound weird, but it’s actually really really good and super refreshing and adds a little bit of sweetness to your water.

Healthy Lifestyle Tip 4: Spend Time with Yourself

Being healthy goes so much deeper than just being in top physical shape. Oftentimes we overview our emotional health because we view healthy as superficial idea limiting it to how our body looks. So, write in your journal or take a bubble bath and start taking care of yourself from inside out.