Get Started with Your Body Revolution

Have you decided that the time is right to revolutionize your body and improve the way you feel on a daily basis?

If so, you’ve probably realized that short-term fad diets are not the answer.

Instead, you need to make holistic, sustainable, and considered changes to various aspects of your life if you’re to transform the way you look and feel.

But the good news is that many of these changes are relatively easy to implement, as we explain below. Read on to see some timeless advice about making the most of your new determination to make significant improvements to your body and mind.


Incorporate Exercise into Your Routine

There are so many studies out there that highlight the importance of exercise for your physical and mental wellbeing. Exercising safely and regularly can:

  • Reduce the likelihood of developing life-threatening conditions like heart disease, diabetes, and various cancers
  • Improve your mood and help to treat mental health conditions like depression
  • Help you lose weight and maintain an appropriate BMI

If you’re not exercising regularly, try and incorporate between 30-60 minutes into your routine five times per week to begin with. The trick is to get started and find something that you enjoy, and exercise can have a genuinely transformative effect on your lifestyle and wellbeing.

Starting gently and building up is the way to go here. Many times we have seen people overdo things when they are starting out – and that instantly makes them want to give up. Easing in will make things less stressful – and you will get more enjoyment in those early days because the exercise appears to be more tolerable.

A good example of this is the “couch to 5K” – a running plan for absolute beginners that will help you go from couch potato to running giant. The National Health Service, the UK state health provider, even has its own Couch to 5K app to make things easier.

Improve Your Diet

Considering and adapting what you eat is the most important thing to consider when you’re hoping to transform your body. But where do you begin? Well, our advice is not to just go for the latest fad diet that seems to be all the rage on social media.

Fad diets are unsustainable and won’t help you in the long run. It’s much better to consider your diet holistically and to reduce your intake of processed foods. Some general tips to improve your diet include:

  • Remove processed meats and other manufactured foods entirely from your diet. Buy whole foods where possible and include all the food groups in your daily meal plans
  • Reduce your meat and dairy consumption and introduce more plant-based foods into your diet
  • Ditch refined sugars and swap them for the natural sugars found in fruits and veggies. Refined sugars are especially prevalent in many drinks, so it’s super easy to cut these out – just drink water instead

These simple steps can be hugely transformational when it comes to your health and wellbeing and don’t require a great deal of effort to implement.


Practice Mindfulness & Meditation

Mindfulness is the practice of living in the moment and being appreciative of what you have in the here and now. By being mindful, you will improve your overall mood and enhance your overall outlook on life. Many studies have also found that you can benefit from mindfulness in the following ways:

  • Improved heart health
  • Reduced risk of cognitive decline and conditions like Alzheimer’s Disease
  • Enhanced functioning of your immune system
  • Reduced cell aging
  • Decreased symptoms of psychological pain

One of the easiest ways to practice mindfulness is to meditate. Just a few minutes a day of meditative breathing exercises can have an incredibly positive impact on your health and wellbeing and should form a crucial part of your wellbeing from now on.

Ditch the Bad Habits

Don’t worry, we all have bad habits! Life wouldn’t be fun if we didn’t take part in the odd vice here and there. But generally, to revolutionize your body and maintain good health, you need to try and get rid of some of the bad habits that contribute to your unhealthy lifestyle. Some of these include:

  • Smoking & vaping
  • Excessive alcohol consumption
  • Indulgence in takeaway food and sugary snacks

While most things are fine in moderation, tobacco is one of the exceptions. There are no health benefits to smoking, so kicking the habit will undoubtedly serve you well. Alcohol and high-fat and sugary foods can be taken in moderation, but it’s vitally important you get the balance right.

While some people say habits are hard to break – and this is certainly the case with hard-core addictions – many habits can be stopped easily. Take the example of having a glass of wine with every evening meal. It’s simple enough to stop this, and when you tot up the amount of wine you will avoid over the weeks and months, it’s easy to see the benefit.


Take Supplements to Boost Your Nutrients & Vitamins

We live in an age where we have access to scientifically backed supplements that can significantly improve our health and wellbeing. If you’re not receiving sufficient nutrients and vitamins from your diet, a carefully selected supplement, like those available at can make a world of difference.

And as you’re probably aware, there are so many different supplements that you can take on a daily basis, from collagen to multivitamins, depending on your health goals. There is an endless amount of information available for you online, so no matter what your health or mindfulness goal, you can read up and make the right decision.

Taking time to research will make a significant difference to your results

Ultimately, you’re in complete control of your body, and you can take the simple steps introduced above to transform your health and wellbeing. Exercising regularly, eating well, and taking supplements will help you revolutionize your health and leave you feeling fit, healthy, and positive.


And as we have seen, it does not have to be hard work. You will be more encouraged by taking things one step at a time rather than trying to do it all at once – an attitude that could easily lead to failure.