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7 Simple Health Tips for Everyday Living

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Simple healthy habits to start right now

Change doesn’t have to be hard. A few small swaps throughout your day can lead to big improvements in your energy level, mood, and overall health.

In with muscle-building oatmeal, out with greasy breakfast sandwiches. In with thirst-quenching water, out with sugary (and expensive) cola.

In with the stairs, out with the elevator. In with restful sleep (and sex), out with screens at bedtime.

Instead of waking up with a hangover, keep it to a beer or two and OWN your morning. Easy does it!

Do you know any other easy ways to get healthy ? Share your healthy living tips for men in the comments below!

This article was originally published on June 8, 2018.

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<a href="https://dontchangemuch.ca/author/adam/" target="_self">Adam Bisby</a>

Adam Bisby

Adam Bisby is a Toronto-based freelance journalist and father of two. He’s been covering men’s health for over 20 years. As well as researching and blogging for Don’t Change Much since 2015, Adam’s award-winning work has appeared in the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star, and National Post newspapers.

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