The two domineering factors in a healthy lifestyle are nutrition and exercise. The word diet is irrelevant as a solution, since diet almost implies a temporary solution. By maintaining a healthy weight and a low BMI, we can avoid problems associated with being overweight. With an ideal body weight, energy comes naturally in most cases.
We should all strive to do some sort of exercise on a daily basis. Walk briskly, or put 10,000 steps a day on a pedometer, go up a flight of stairs (or 2 or 15), go up a hill, bike, swim, do housework, gardening, etc. – just do something and move.
Here are easy ways to burn calories. Then there are those that are not only beneficial, but a bit more calorie-burning and rigorous.
If you are trying to fight cancer, a good start is to eat cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli, at least once a week. Tomatoes combined with broccoli is one of the most powerful cancer-fighting combo.
More tips about eating and exercising can be found at Harvard.edu.
My personal health tips are: