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Don’t Skip Breakfast: Rushing to school or other activities often makes eating breakfast a challenge. There are lots of benefits to eating a healthy breakfast, such as having more energy to perform your best at school and in sports. Avoid sugary cereals and other sugar-loaded items this time of the day since you are likely to experience a crash afterwards.

Limit Fast Food: Fast food is any food that is quick, convenient, and usually inexpensive. You can buy fast food just about anywhere that sells food and snacks. Vending machines, drive-thru restaurants, and 24 hour convenience stores are probably the most common places to find fast food. Just because these foods are inexpensive do not make them good for you! They are foods that are made with cheaper ingredients and added sugars, instead of nutritious foods such as lean meats, fresh fruits, and vegetables.

Regular exercise: It is very essential for each one of us to do some sort of physical activity. Pursuing sports is not only a great hobby, but also a fabulous way to keep in shape.

Limit screen time: Time spent in front of the t.v. is not necessarily bad, but some of those hours cold be better spent moving around and getting active. Plus, why tempt yourself with the countless food advertisments that are shown on television!

Get your zzzz’s!: Having a good night’s sleep goes a long way in maintaining your overall fitness. Lack of proper sleep is likely to cause irritability and overeating during the hours that you are up.

Rainbow of healthy foods: You should eat plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, as they are important sources of vitamins and minerals.

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