With so many people worldwide doing their part to stay home to stay home during the pandemic it’s never been more important to focus on wellness, in all senses of the word. Our AdvoCare Community is very much on our minds these days. Our customers, distributors, employees…our friends and family.
Below you’ll find resources associated with AdvoCare’s 5 Pillars of Wellness. We’ve collected this free information in the hopes that it will help to contribute to us all staying well.
For more on the 5 Pillars of Wellness, download the entire 24-Day JumpStart® Transformation Guide PDF here.
Stress will get in the way of your health and life goals. It can lead to emotional eating, poor sleep and the adoption of more sedentary behaviors. In order to achieve a healthier lifestyle, you must be able to manage stress levels. Creating your own stress-management strategy is a great place to start.
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Even some of the most balanced diets are filled with nutritional gaps. Consistently eating healthy food is the desired goal to help promote health, but food alone may not provide the total daily Recommended Dietary Allowances you need for sufficient nutrition. Nutritional supplements can be made with ingredients that assist with healthy aging, metabolism, weight management, stress management, sleep and athletic performance.
Maintaining a Regular Sleep Pattern
Believe it or not, sleep is probably one of the most important activities of the day, yet it is the one we most often sacrifice. Those who sleep less than seven hours a night are more likely to have weight issues and other health. The National Sleep Association recommends adults get 7-9 hours of sleep per night.
Nutrition and A Balanced Diet
A balanced diet is easier and more beneficial than a low-fat or low-carbohydrate diet for most people to maintain. It should include lean sources of protein, plentiful amounts of fresh fruits and vegetables and limited quantities of processed foods and added sugar
Read: 10 Fitness Facts You Need To Know, Exercising at Home: 15–, 30– and 45–Minute Circuit Workouts, The 5 Pillars of Fitness, Keeping Your Family Healthy and Active, Home Gym on an Budget
Any amount of physical activity is better than none, but the recommended about is 150 minutes per week (or two hours and 30 minutes) in at least 10 minute intervals. A pedometer is a great way to help monitor your physical activity levels and stay on target.