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  • If you want to cut calories, switch from orange juice to tomato juice. It is equally nutritious and has half the calories.
  • Soda is a common source of extra calories with no nutritional benefits. Have water in place of soda as far as possible.
  • If you are 30 years or older, strength training should be a part of your fitness regime to keep ur muscles in shape and boost ur metabolism.
  • Exercise is not only good for your physical health but also improves your concentration and thinking thereby making you more productive.
  • Activities that make u concentrate calmly in the present such as painting, knitting, n swimming have meditation like stress busting effect.
  • Chanting a mantra for 5 to 20 minutes every day is an easy n effective way to reduce stress and improve concentration.
  • Brushing too hard is the commonest cause of sensitive teeth. Brush in gentle circular motion with a soft bristled toothbrush.
  • If you suffer from body odor, an antibacterial soap will help you more than non-medicated soaps with strong fragrance.
  • Protect your cosmetics from excess light and heat as high temperature will destroy the preservatives that keep the product bacteria free.
  • More than one drink a day for women and more than two a day for men can raise BP and reduce the effectiveness of high BP medication.
  • Switching to vegetarian protein sources such as beans and pulses in place of meat can help limit your fat and cholesterol intake.
  • If you have heart disease or high BP your diet should have less than 1.5 g of sodium. One level teaspoon salt has about 2.3 g sodium.
  • If you have cold, drinking plenty of liquids: water, juice, soup, or warm lemon water with honey will help relieve congestion.
  • Steam inhalation is one of the best ways to ease pain and congestion caused by sinusitis.
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