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How to Start your New Year Off Healthy

Posted on December 31st, 2013 in Holiday by ElectricScooterBlogger |

Every year, the Electric Scooter Store enjoys starting off a new year with the feeling of a clean slate, a new beginning.  We hope that you feel the same way when starting off the New Year with ways you can maybe live a little healthier, better yourself or some aspect of your life.  For some, this may mean saving some money to go on a trip or trying something new.  Most people will choose to target their health either by losing weight, working out or eating healthy.

Doing these things won’t make you healthier overnight but will sure help over time.  There are a lot of ways to be healthier in 2014 and they’re not complicated to do. These steps will still require some personal motivation, determination and follow through, but here are some simple steps to be a healthier you in 2014:

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Eat healthier – The easiest way to enhance your health is to watch what you eat. Try to stay away from fatty foods and lean more towards healthy snacks throughout the day that are not carb-loaded or high in sodium. Healthier eating starts at the grocery store. Make sure to load your cart up on lean meats, dairy products and fruits and vegetables.

Exercise – Yes, this requires you to do some form of physical activity or going to your local gym. Trying new things helps you find what you like when you exercise.  There are exercises available for whatever your mobility level is.

See your Doctor – This may be the most challenging thing to do in 2014, especially for those who are older and at risk for developing different illnesses.  A full physical exam is easy, and an annual way to get a full once-over with your health.
Again, there are many ways to find a healthier you this upcoming year and these tips will hopefully help you on your journey.  Let us know at Electric Scooter Store how we can help you be more mobile around your home with a new stair lift or rollator today!

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