10 Habits Should You Have Before Turn 30


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Now I’m not quite 30 however approaching this milestone made me think of what I would recommend to my clients who are looking to feel their best in chief their wellness goals going into their 30s today I’m breaking down the 30 healthy habits that you should be implementing in order to feel your best and achieve your goals in your 30s

So let’s jump into the first healthy habit quit sugary lattes now a vanilla latte from a lot of places that all of us know and love like Starbucks, for example, has around 30 to 40 grams of added sugar now this one actually affects each of those main goals that I’ve mentioned previously because this massive amount of sugar causes that big spike in blood glucose and then that dick the dip in blood glucose is what causes anxiety to spur in fact low blood sugar or hypoglycemia often has anxiety as a common symptom this really big spike also causes a big spike in hormone insulin which is our store in hormone the higher this is the more our body will be in more than fat-storing look plus when it comes to fertility one of the main problems that a lot of women encounter when they’re having fertility issues is insulin resistance, in fact, PCOS one of the hallmark signs of PCOS is insulin resistance and the more that you have your insulin raised especially from having these higher sugar types of foods like a sugary vanilla latte is going to increase your body’s resistance to insulin

Number 2 incorporate high-quality salt fear of salt really mostly comes around the fear of high blood pressure well they’ve been quite a few studies I have found that by even decrease in the amount of salt to what’s recommended which is roughly 2,400 milligrams which is a small amount of salt has very little and insignificant effects on your blood pressure, in fact, it really only drops it by perhaps two to three points which is nothing
compared to what high blood pressure is on the flip side not including high-quality salt sources can actually be pretty detrimental to our health we need sodium for literally every single nerve transmission in your body and in case we’ve forgotten our brain and the nerves that flow through our system control everything so if that’s working, nothing is working we also need sodium to balance our electrolytes it’s one of our main electrolyte sources especially if you’re working out and you’re losing a lot of that sodium through sweat or if you live in a hot environment where you are sweating often incorporating high quality Celtic sea salt which is my preferred type of sea salt is essential

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