3. Step away from those fad diets
Good gut health and metabolic balance come from eating a rainbow of colors, keeping portions in check, having more natural sources of fiber, plant-based foods, good-for-you fats, high-quality protein, and carbs with low GI. In other words, you do not have to starve yourself or eat bland foods to get your body in a healthy state.
4. Water is the circle of life
Fill your cup and drain it often. Repeat. And if you feel bored with plain water, get an infuser so you can add fresh fruits to it for all the flavor without all the harm.
5. Stop sacrificing your sleep
We so often burn the candle at both ends, and we may not realize how much it affects our entire health. It’s not just about being tired and cranky — it is affecting your metabolic health and immunity, also. Get the sleep you need every night, with the best-case scenario being no less than 7 hours.