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Day One of June, a fresh start...

First day of June… What healthy habit or food are you adding in? Now is a great time to balance out all the summer fun and mindful indulgences.

With a whole month ahead to implement something that will make you feel better by July 1, today is the day! You can do it!

Make it simple.

Plan what, when and how. For example:

I will drink at least 8 glasses of water daily. (Ok to include hot water with lemon and decaf green tea in your daily count)

I will eat healthy protein at every meal. ( Think an egg, Greek yogurt, fish, lean meat, chicken or beans.

I will power walk 3 days a week for at least 30 minutes. ( Catch up on returning any calls you need to make, find a podcast you like or listen to your favorite music)

According to, Becoming physically active changes your body quickly and can even decrease your risk of death. "After two to four weeks your nervous system is much more efficient at being able to contract your muscles," Robert Newton, director of Edith Cowan University's Exercise Medicine Research Institute, recently told Australia's Nine News.
Scientists have found that it doesn't really matter which kind of workout you do — just moving around regularly will make your heart, muscles, and mind healthier.
Even a few minutes of exertion every week can make a difference.

The options are endless and whatever you start today will help you feel better by next month.

Picture July 1st. You wake up and have a new healthy habit that you maintained for a month. You have more energy, sleep better and are thankful you used June One as a motivation to do something for you!


Paula Gladstone

*DISCLAIMER: While Paula Gladstone is a certified Health Coach from Precision Nutrition, this website does not provide medical or nutritional advice. The blog and related articles have been developed for informational purposes only. The content on this website and blog does not substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician, nutritionist, dietitian or other qualified healthcare provider with any questions you may have regarding certain dietary needs or restrictions before proceeding with a new diet or health care regimen.

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