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Psst.. check out our pick on top 5 healthiest new year’s resolution.

With 2018 coming to an end, making too many new year’s resolutions might be difficult to accomplish. Try to focus on simple and healthy resolutions. Pretty sure you can achieve at least one resolution from the list below, now go for it!

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1. Lose weight

This resolution tops everyone’s list every year. Are you guilty of it too? Now that the holiday season will be over soon, it’s time to eat clean after a month-long of binge eating with family and friends. Party is over! Time to hit the gym.

Learn more on ‘How much should we exercise daily’ here and ‘Part 1 of what is your body type and how to lose weight’ here and ‘Part 2 of what is your body type and how to lose weight’ here. 

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2. Drink more water

Cut down on caffeine, alcohol or unhealthy fizzy drinks. It’s important to stay hydrated throughout the day and you’ll see major improvement on your skin! It’s recommended to drink at least eight 8-ounce glasses which is equal to 2 litres.

Learn more about healthy eating ‘Let nutrition determine the way you age’ here and ‘Bad calories, good calories – know the difference’ here.

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3. Quit Smoking

This resolution was in your list last year? Try again and never fear to fail! Identify your triggers and patterns to overcome it. If you tend to smoke due to peer pressure or social circle (it’s hard to avoid when your family, friends or co-workers smoke as well), let them know that you can’t join them for smoking break session anymore. Try to go for healthier routines such as taking a break with non-smokers or go for a short gym session during your break.

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4. Volunteering

Volunteering benefits yourself and others. You’ll get the feel good factor and increased happiness by helping other people. You can also meet new friends and create an opportunity for a social change. Besides meeting new people, you’ll also get to learn new skills or info from volunteering work.

Learn more about ‘Healthy Aging’ here.

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5. Travel

Be it a short trip or a long trip, try to plan for a trip twice a year. It doesn’t have to be an expensive, luxury trip. Discovering new places or countries can be exciting and intriguing. A trip is always something you’ll look forward to everyday and you’ll feel refreshed and rejuvenated after a trip!

Learn more about ‘Healthcare checklist before you travel abroad’ here.