I stopped smoking a while ago and I don't drink. My meals are soso, both good and bad. As for movement it depends, I don't exercise much lately, some days I do and most I don't.The lifestyle choices you make from day-to-day really do have an impact. Did you know that two thirds of deaths among people under 75-years-old are avoidable? But choosing a healthy lifestyle is not just about living longer - it's about being able to enjoy your life to the full, now and in the future. That means fitting into your jeans and avoiding aches and pains, as well as staying sharp.
You say you're not feeling too good Me, so you might be surprised that your score's not as bad as you thought it would be. That's positive - but there are some areas where taking action should make you feel much better. Take a look at your score breakdown below to see where you can make changes.
I went to a juice bar in town and ordered a 'Veggie Greens' juice, which contained Kale, Spinach, Ginger, Lime, Celery and Cucumber. It was surprisingly good! After recently making a few diet/lifestyle habit changes I have already noticed that I have more energy, wake earlier than I used to, teeth are slightly whiter(due to no caffeine) and my stomach looks flatter although it wasn't fat to begin with.CrazyCrazy wrote:Vegetable juices...that sounds like the most disgusting thing ever.
So did you?JSparksFan wrote:I got a 6, which is higher than I expected. I stare at a laptop for 7.5 hours a day at work, then come home and stare at my personal laptop for another 5 hours between studying and browsing the Internet. I definitely could be more consistent with exercise; I always start highly motivated, but after two or three weeks, I fizzle out. Some of my eating habits are deplorable too.
At least I get points for being anti-alcohol and anti-smoking. I'll take the quiz in a month's time and see if there's any improvement.