Posted by on Oct 15, 2015 in Doctor Kayode Sotonwa, Dr. Kayode Sotonwa |

Doctor Kayode Sotonwa shares some of the top ways to get moving while concentrating on healthy food choices this fall.

top reasons to stay in shape during fall

Doctor Kayode Sotonwa shares top reasons to stay in shape during fall

During the fall season, the weather leaves people feeling more tired than usual, especially if they aren’t taking the necessary steps to stay on a healthy meal plan as well as keeping hydrated. That’s why Doctor Kayode Sotonwa shares the following advice about how best to eat healthy and stick to a work-out regimen this season.

One of the most important aspects of staying healthy during the fall season is finding healthy foods to snack on. Avoid calorie rich treats like chips or candy, and instead stock up on delicious choices like fruits, vegetables, nuts or cheese. Fruits and vegetables are often rich in antioxidants as well as water content, great for fighting off illness while also avoiding dehydration. And Doctor Kayode Sotonwa shares nuts and cheese are full of protein which will help people stay full longer in order to avoid overeating.

Doctor Kayode Sotonwa maintains that exercise is an essential component of health, and everyone should be taking measures to get moving on a daily basis if possible. The fall is the perfect season to be active, since there are so many choices of fun activities. For something new, try swimming a few laps in the community pool. Even just 30 minutes of activity can help family members bond as well as get their heart rate up. There are a lot of ways to getting moving while being outdoors during the warm fall months, so take advantage of this and perhaps hike outdoors, try a water aerobics class, or even try rollerblading by the lake.

All those who are considered to be older adults are would benefit more from participating in aerobic exercise rather than overly-aggressive strength training. Walking is, and probably always will be, the most popular form of aerobic exercise, especially among older adults or those new to getting in shape, and is in fact an easy way to start a fitness journey. Even just walking 3 times a week for 30 minutes is a great way to add exercise into any routine, no matter how busy one is, so be sure to set aside time to try this for a work out during the fall.

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