[instagram-feed user="askdrho"]

4 Steps To Getting Healthier

Getting Healthier

Disclaimer: Elise Ho, aka “Dr. Ho” is a Holistic Health & Life Coach. Dr. Ho is NOT a medical doctor, licensed therapist, lawyer, or a bevy of other things. Products or services that Dr. Ho believes in are the only ones that she recommends. Dr. Ho may receive compensation, product, or an affiliate commission on anything you see on this site. This is a personal Website solely reflecting Dr. Ho’s personal opinions. Statements on this site do not represent the views or policies of any organization with which I may be affiliated.

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest

Does the idea of “getting healthier” leave you feeling intimidated?


Are you interested in getting healthier? You might assume that this is going to be a constant uphill battle. 

Getting Healthier does not have to be hard BUT it does take some work and dedication. Read on for some simple steps to help you.


Cut Out The Excess Treats


The first thing that you should do is make sure that you are cutting out those excess treats. There are times where treats are good for you and curb your cravings, but it’s when you go beyond this that the problem occurs. You do not need a sweet treat or an unhealthy treat every couple of hours, and instead need to start looking at alternatives. You can make some delicious treats without them being unhealthy, you just need to keep an open mind. For example, have you ever thought about trying healthy oatmeal cookies? They are super tasty, and should curb that craving you have, while not pushing you off track.

Stop Heading Out To Eat 


It’s possible that you head out to eat more than you should. You might think that if you’re going to restaurants then you’ll still be hitting your health requirements because you’ll be eating well. However, even meals that seem healthy from restaurants can be filled with calories when you look into them. That’s why you should make sure that you are trying to eat at home more regularly instead. You could be eating out a lot because you don’t have time to cook. While that’s understandable, there are some ways around this. For instance, you might want to think about using a slow cooker. A slow cooker will mean that you can prepare food throughout the day so it doesn’t take a long time to cook during the evening. 


Change Your Morning Routine 


The morning is the most important time of the day. It’s where you set yourself up for what is to come, and it’s where your body starts getting ready. If your morning routine currently consists of rolling out of bed to the coffee machine 30 mins before you need to leave for work, it’s time to make some changes. Get up at least an hour before you have to leave, jump in the shower so you feel fresh and ready, take your time getting ready, drink a glass of water to kickstart your metabolism, eat a healthy breakfast and so on.


Focus On Your Mind


If you are focusing on all aspects of your health then one thing you mustn’t forget about is your mind. Mental health cases and cognitive decline are on the rise as people aren’t thinking about this or putting their mind first. You can ensure your brain health is looked after by eating the right foods such as oily fish and taking part in mind workouts such as sudoku. You will start to feel your brain sharpening up over time if you give it the right treatment. 


I hope that this helps you to understand some of the key steps that you need to take to ensure that you are on a far healthier path overall. In doing so, you can make sure that you are seeing benefits to your levels of fitness and even your mental wellbeing. 

Please use the comment section below to share your tips, questions, and/or thoughts about this post.

CLICK HERE to subscribe and never miss a thing.

Naturally Yours,
Elise Ho
Ph.D., D.N. Psych.
Behavioral & Mental Health Specialist

Inspired? Pin this to your Pinterest boards.

24 thoughts on “4 Steps To Getting Healthier”

  1. with a clear introduction, highlighting the importance of taking care of one’s health and the benefits of a healthy lifestyle. The article is well-structured and divided into clear sections that cover various aspects of health, such as diet, exercise, stress management, and sleep. The author provides practical tips and advice on how to make healthier choices in each of these areas, such as choosing whole foods, incorporating physical activity into one’s routine, and practicing relaxation techniques

  2. You’re so right that restaurant meals can be packed full of sneaky calories! Much better to have control over your own nutrition and cook at home

  3. True Self Growth

    I think focusing on my mind is something I should start working on. It’s the biggest part of a good well being.

  4. I’ve been trying to become healthier this year, and these are some seriously helpful tips! Changing my morning routine has definitely been the key. I’m working on focusing my mind, and I’m getting there!

  5. Definitely, I need to pay more attention to my mind. Last year Im crazy busy and tired, and I started to overeat my emotions. Thank you for the inspirational article reminder.

  6. Great tips and ideas on getting healthier. I really need to spend less time going out to eat. I like the slow cooker tip – they really are a great and helpful appliance!

  7. Great tips! Thanks for sharing. We don’t realize how important diet is to our physical and mental health. And yes, we tend to eat even if we are not hungry and that can lead to many other health issues.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

share on

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest

About The Author

Dr. Elise Ho

Dr. Elise Ho

Dr. Elise Ho is a Holistic Health & Life Coach with a special interest in emotional health, life alignment, and energy flow.

Elise will partner with you to align your mindset, your energy, your home and your career so that you can live your life's desire with freedom and love.

Elise offers 30 years of experience and multiple certifications and degrees including a Ph.D. in Natural Health and a doctoral degree in Naturopathic Psychology.