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How to enjoy your Life after the age of 25

Think you are still young , but the inner side you are not at all young. Maybe you found a gray hair. Maybe you have a wrinkle. Maybe you make a very slight, very quiet noise when you get up off a sofa. Either way: Death is getting closer if you are not care yourself.
Here we share things you’ll genuinely start enjoying once you slam into the brick wall of 25.
you will rightly mourn the lost first times of younger days—your first crush your first cigarette, your first drink, your first fuck—it would be totally illogical to think there is no novelty to growing up.

This publication gives you tips on how to eat decent meal and be more active feelings. we offers health tips for readers at various life stages, including adulthood, pregnancy, parenthood, and later life.

Eating healthy foods and doing physical activity on a regular basis may help you reach and maintain a healthy weight. They may also help prevent some health problems

Healthy Weight
More than adults are considered overweight or obese. Excess weight may lead to heart disease and diabetes. Creating and following plans for healthy eating and physical activity may help you improve your health.

What is a BMI?
Body mass index (BMI) is one way to tell whether you are at a healthy weight, overweight, or obese. It measures your weight in relation to your height.

A BMI of 18.5 to 24.9 is in the healthy range. A person with a BMI of 25 to 29.9 is considered overweight, and someone with a BMI of 30 or greater is considered obese.

Another way to find out if you are at risk for health problems caused by overweight and obesity is to measure your waist. If you are a house-lady and your waist is more than 35 inches, or if you are a man and your waist is more than 40 inches, your risk of disease may be higher.

  • What are the health risks of being overweight or obese?
  • Extra weight may increase your risk for type 2 diabetes
  • heart disease and stroke
  • high blood cholesterol
  • high blood pressure
  • kidney disease
  • non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (a fat buildup in the livers of people who drink little or no alcohol)
  • problems with pregnancy
  • certain cancers
  • Health Risks Of Being Overweight Or Obese During Pregnancy

Eat more nutrient-rich foods

Nutrients—like vitamins, minerals, and dietary fiber—nourish our bodies by giving them what they need to be healthy. The guidelines advise adults to eat the following foods because they are rich in nutrients:

fruits and vegetables
whole grains, like oatmeal, whole-wheat bread, and brown rice
seafood, lean meats, poultry, and eggs
fat-free or low-fat milk and cheese, or substitutes (like soy or rice milk) that are high in vitamin D and calcium
beans, nuts, and seeds
Eat less of these foods

Some foods have many calories but few of the vitamins, minerals, or fiber your body needs. Added sugars, solid fats, and refined grains pack a lot of calories into food but do not add nutrients. The dietary guidelines recommend that you limit foods such as these:

sugar-sweetened drinks and desserts foods with butter, shortening, or other fats that are solid at room temperature
white bread, rice, and pasta that are made from refined grains
Easy Snack Ideas

  • low-fat or fat-free yogurt
  • fresh, canned, or dried fruit
  • sliced vegetables or baby carrots
  • Quick Breakfast Ideas

Oatmeal with low-fat or fat-free milk or a soy-based drink, topped with walnuts and fresh or dried fruit
a slice of whole-wheat toast with a thin piece of low-fat cheese
fruit smoothie made with frozen fruit and low-fat yogurt
high-fiber, low-sugar cereal with a soy-based beverage or fat-free milk

Strengthening exercises should focus on working the major muscle groups of the body, such as the chest, back, abdominal , legs, and arms. Allow at least 1 day of rest for your muscles to recover and rebuild before working the same muscle groups.

Try these options:

Lift weights.
Use canned food or books as weights.
Do push-ups or pull-ups.
Work with resistance bands (large rubber bands).
Do heavy gardening (digging, lifting, carrying).

So Start with small, specific goals, like walking briskly 10 minutes a day, 3 days a week, and build up slowly from there. Keep an activity log to track your progress. You can refer to the sample activity log. As you become more fit, slowly increase your pace, the length of time you are active, and how often you are active.

Enjoy the Life ,Keep fit.