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You may live a long and healthy life by maintaining a healthy lifestyle. However, making wise decisions isn’t always simple. Finding the time and energy to cook nutritious meals or engage in regular exercise may be challenging. But your efforts will be rewarded in a variety of ways throughout the rest of your life.

Quick steps you can take:

Drink in moderation if you drink alcohol. Never drink before or while driving, or when pregnant.

Be physically active for 30 minutes daily

Be physically active for 30 minutes daily

Most days of the week, engage in 30 minutes of physical activity. If you’re pushed for time, divide this up into three 10-minute sessions. Walking, athletics, dancing, yoga, jogging, or other enjoyable activities can all be considered healthy forms of movement.

Eat a Well-Balanced Diet

Eat a well-balanced diet

Eat a well-balanced, low-fat diet with lots of fruits, vegetables and whole grains. Choose a diet that’s low in saturated fat and cholesterol, and moderate in sugar, salt and total fat.

Use safety precautions at all times

Use safety precautions at all times

Avoid injury by wearing seatbelts and bike helmets, using smoke and carbon monoxide detectors in the home, and using street smarts when walking alone. If you own a gun, recognize the dangers of having a gun in your home.

When having sex, use condoms to help prevent HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Since condoms aren’t completely reliable, talk to your physician about STI screening. You won’t be protected from STIs or HIV by birth control methods other than condoms, such as tablets and implants.