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There is a few different ways I could improve my health this year For example I could utilize the gym at school or I could actually sign up at a gym closer to my home I could also go to the park a few days out of the week and walk for thirty minutes or so Something that would help greatly with becoming more healthy is I could stop eating fast food and junk food and instead start eating more salads fruits and vegetables and also start to drink more water Additionally I could stop eating late at night when I get home from work and I could start to simply eat the three times a day and if I want a snack make it a healthy snackIf I were to make these changes I could benefit a lot because I would have a healthier heart lower risk of high blood pressure and diabetes and every other sickness that comes along with being overweight Also I would feel better about myself emotionally and physically I would have a high self-esteem and physically look better I would have better mental health and over all feel fantastic about myself Some barriers that make it difficult for me to actually put these actions into play are I am full time student which means more papers as well as more reading then part time students Also I am a full time employee which means working 40 hours a week If Im not at work I am at school and vice versa It is already difficult enough to make time to study so trying to make time to work out would be impossible for me Buying healthier is expensive although I work I like everyone else have bills of my own to pay Changing my eating habits is a little difficult at this timeThe most recent pyramid had six vertical strips that represented the six food groups we should be
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