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* ------------------------------------------------- Six Vices Destroy the Human Life * Some people may think that people are the strongest in the nature. In fact, the human body is rather tender to be threatened by various vices, such as the inadequate intake of water and excessive intake of coffee. These vices can gradually destroy our life. The first vice is to drink water inadequately, which can cause the aging of brain, induce the cardiovascular diseases and affect the metabolism of kidney. When people are working in office, they usually forget to drink water. In order to prevent the danger, people should absorb enough water for their bodies. However, people with weak intestinal functions should not drink water until they feel …show more content…

Your weight will fall to a healthier level, and you'll replace unhealthy trans and saturated fat, sugar, refined carbohydrates, and extra sodium with more nutritious fare. Reverse the Habit: - Reacquaint yourself with hunger: Wait to eat until your body is physically craving food. - Stop eating before you're stuffed: Finish when you feel just a little bit full, you'll eat less this way. - Eat for the right reason: Because you're hungry—not because you're stressed, bored, angry, or sad. - Stop mindless eating: If snacking is an old, bad habit, ban unhealthy food from your home. - Replace junk food with real food: Once you've cleared your pantry, stock your kitchen with fruits, veggies, nuts, and low-fat, whole-grain products. - Plan snacks like you do meals: Eat your healthy snack on a plate, with a glass of water, and sit down at the table to enjoy it. 2. Bad Habit: Spending too much time on the couch watching TV. ISTOCK/G-STOCKSTUDIO Why It's Dangerous: The more TV you watch, the less physical activity you're getting, increasing your odds of being overweight and developing type 2 diabetes. A large-scale study of over 9000 people found that those who watched more than two hours of TV a day ate more, while downing more sugary soft drinks and high-fat, high-calorie, processed snack foods than those who watched less. If television is replacing time you'd spend on an old hobby,

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