5 Fundamental Things For A Good Quality Of Life

We will explain to you in the shortest possible time the importance of these 5 pillars for a good quality of life.

1. Sleep

An absence of quality sleep for 2 or 3 days will put you in a poor state. Your physical and intellectual performance will drop considerably. Your cortisol will increase, your testosterone, and your leptin will decrease. Your whole body will be negatively impacted. On the other hand, if you have a quality sleep for 2 or 3 days, you will function wonderfully, you will have an overflowing energy and everything will become easier.

2. Quality Nutrients 

We agree that we should have 80% of our diet come from unprocessed foods. Even though this is not so simple these days.

When we talk about nutrients, we are talking about macronutrients and micronutrients. Both are important.

In macronutrients, we have our fats, carbohydrates and proteins. Each has its own role and importance. You can get your daily intake easily via the diet.
Supplementation ensures that the quality, assimilation and source of the latter are good.

For macronutrients, yes, you can also get them from food, but it gets complicated. First of all at what quantity and quality you will get these macronutrients (you should eat a lot of different food EVERY DAY) and secondly some plant extracts will not be found in the food. That's why we exist.
In itself, there is no obligation to consume food supplements. But it does help to maximise the body's proper functioning.

3. Exercises

Cardiovascular or strength training? BOTH!

Everyone needs to be physically active. Also the elderly.
We should say especially the elderly. 

We won't go into all the studies that have proven that physical activity (cardiovascular and strength training) have a huge impact on physical, mental, joint and bone health, etc. This leads to a reduction in cancers, heart problems and mental illnesses such as Alzheimer's.


4. Lights 

We underestimate the positive and negative effects that different light sources can cause us.

It's true that sunlight, which is very important in the morning, activates several receptors in our body. It helps us to wake up properly so that we can start the day in good shape.

Artificial light in the evening should be minimised. They have a negative impact on our sleep, which we recall is our top 1 in our ranking.

5. Social Relationship

Social relations are important for several reasons. 

Firstly, they provide a sense of connection and emotional support, which can contribute to better mental and physical health.

Human beings have a fundamental need to feel connected and part of a community.
 These relationships allow for the maintenance of motivations and objectives. 
They allow us to give reasons for our existence.
 Belonging to a group of people is part of our deepest instinct. Laughing, loving, sharing moments are essential to our psychological well-being.

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