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21 Little Lifestyle Changes That Will Help You Get Healthier

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Invest in a good water bottle.

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Whether it’s polar-insulated, or you just like the feel and the design of it, having a really good water bottle can go a long way to keeping you hydrated.

Grow an herb garden.

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If you have fresh herbs and vegetables at your fingertips, you’ll be more likely to cook at home.

If you have a hard time sticking to any diet, go with just one simple rule: NO MORE PROCESSED FOODS.

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If you’re especially reliant on pre-packaged foods, you’ll start feeling better within a week just following this one rule. Cutting out high-fructose corn syrup will make a huge difference unto itself.

Use the 20-20-20 rule at work to keep eye strain at bay.

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Every 20 minutes, look at something 20 feet away for 20 seconds.

Slather on the sunscreen every single day.

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This is pretty much the No. 1 way to keep your skin from aging.

If you absolutely must order fast food, get the kids’ meal. Or order a couple things off the dollar menu.

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Two things off the dollar menu and a salad. This will satisfy your craving without making you feel completely gross afterward.

Invest in a slow cooker.

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The food will be ready for you once you get home from work, eliminating the impulse to eat out because you’re too tired to cook. And many of the recipes simply involve throwing ingredients into a pot.

Employ the two-bites rule.

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Take two bite-size morsels of whatever you’re craving. Fill up a glass of ice cold water. Eat your first bite. Chug a glass of water. Wait 1–2 minutes, then eat the second bite.

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