Today’s post is really simple – healthy life. What is healthy life? How to be healthy? If you want to know everything, you just have to read this post!
Sleeping is really good for you! Getting 8-9 hours of sleep a night reduces dark circles under your eyes and reduces wrinkles. Many studies also suggest that you will live longer, so who doesn’t want that ? 🙂 Getting enough sleep can improve memory too! Who doesn’t want to be beautiful?? So, sleep, it’s really good for you!
Water, water, water … You have to drink about seven cups of water each day !! Want to know everything about water? Click here!
Exercising! You have to exercise three days each week for an hour or two hours. If you want – you can exercise everyday, but not too much. More about exercising everyday – here!
Healthy eating! You have to eat three snacks and three meals each day. In my blog there are lots of healthy recipes – snacks, smoothies, breakfast ideas, etc.
Yes, these are healthy life secrets which everybody knows, but not everybody does. I’m trying to eat healthy, drink lots of water, sleep well and exercise, because I want to be healthy, look healthy, feel healthy and live longer! Who doesn’t want to live longer?! 🙂 So, that’s it. 🙂
Lots of love,
Today I decided to start new posts ”How to:”, because lots of people do these posts! I think i’ll do them one or twice a month. I hope you’ll like them. 🙂 So this post ” How to: Stripey Parfait! ” is the first. 🙂 Let’s start!
You’ll need lots of fruit, yogurt, granola, long spoon and a clear glass. You just have to make lots of layers and have fun! Make it colorful! It’ll look delicious and taste delicious!
Hope you liked this short post. What I like the most, that this stripey parfait is easy, fun to make and looks ( and tastes for sure ) amazing!
Today I want to tell you about vitamin C because it is really important for our body. Let’s start! 🙂
Function: Vitamin C helps to heal wounds, prevent cell damage, promote healthy gums and teeth, strengthen the immune system, and absorb iron. It also helps neutralize free-radicals in cells that promote aging, fight bacterial infections, and aid in the production of red blood cells.
Sources: Fresh fruit and berries (especially citrus fruits), green vegetables, onions, tomatoes, radishes, and rose hips are all excellent vitamin C sources.
Recommended daily intake: Men and women should each consume at least 60 mg of vitamin C daily. Many things can increase the need of vitamin C in the body, including stress and smoking. For smokers, recommended intake increases to 110 mg for women and 125 mg for men. While not getting enough vitamin C can lead to scurvy, consuming more than 2000 mg on a daily basis can lead to headaches, increased urination, mild diarrhea, nausea, and vomiting. Pregnant and breastfeeding women should not take more than the recommended amounts of Vitamin C.
If you’re interested in sources of vitamin C, check out the picture below 🙂
Thank you for reading this. See you next time!
Lots of love,