I’ve been using TruSense for 30 Days. Now What?
Congratulations! You’ve been using TruSense for 30 days and now have a month’s worth of valuable personal health data. But what to do with it?
For your weight, blood pressure, and BMI, pay special attention to how your numbers are tending. Then ask yourself the following questions:
- Have my numbers trended higher, lower, or stayed about the same over the past 30 days?
- Am I happy with where my numbers are?
- If not, what can I do to change them?
Think about where you want your measurements to be. If your readings are headed in the wrong direction, set some goals. Here are a few ways you can get your numbers back on track:
- Changing what you eat is the most effective way to change your health, so try cutting down your portion sizes and replacing certain foods in your diet with healthier options. It is easier than you might think!
- Choose more whole grain breads and pasta, leafy veggies, and nuts — most of these foods are low in carbohydrates and are great sources of fiber and protein.
- Cut your processed sugar intake. Try fruits like apples, strawberries, and bananas as alternatives to sweet snacks and desserts.
- Make diet changes gradually to give your body time to adjust. Drastic changes can make you feel sick and discourage you from from committing.
- Get moving! Combining dietary changes with more exercise will maximize nutritional gain and boost your heart health, helping prevent hypertension and heart disease down the line. Even just 20 minutes a day can go a long way!
Remember, it’s MUCH easier to maintain healthy numbers throughout your life life than it is to struggle to get them back to normal. So binge-watch slightly less. Take a few more walks. Swap out the occasional soda for water. Your future-self will thank you.