I t is always good not only to have a resolution at the beginning of the year, but also to have a good one that speaks to the SMART tool. This abbreviation allows a resolution to be interpreted as follows;

  • Specific – centralize on a particular area to improve on.
  • Measurable – capacity to identify changes.
  • Achievable – reachable.
  • Realistic – possible to get results.
  • Time-related – results must have a time frame.

We have asked you to share your best 2015 health advice and here are some of your top five comments.

  • “Do exercises for good health every day.”
  • “Eat balanced diets, do exercise, and go for medical checkups regularly.”
  • “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.”
  • “Drink more water at least 5 liters a day and have a routine exercise.”
  • “Eat a balanced diet, exercise, drink water a lot.”

The number one 2015 health advice from My Health-Kenya is “Eat healthy, exercise and weight loss to stay healthy.”

At My Health Kenya, we believe combining a healthy diet, exercise and weight loss behavior, will earn you an excellent 2015 health resolution.

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