Encouraging Every Woman to Prioritize Their Health This New Year With Three Lifestyle Changes


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Stepping into a new year is always an exciting time filled with resolutions, new habits and a drive to live life better than the year gone by. While health is a focus at the beginning of a new year, aspirational plans to go to the gym and eat healthy often fall through within the first month as we get back into the busy groove of our multi life.  

For women prioritizing health is crucial not only for their individual well-being but also for the overall health of families and communities. However, women and children are one of the most nutrition deficient cohorts in the Indian Population. Women also suffer from significantly more health concerns as compared to men.

Encouraging Every Woman to Prioritize Their Health This New Year With Three Lifestyle Changes

Hence as we step into the new year, remember these three important things:

Set Realistic and specific goals:

To achieve a healthier lifestyle, set realistic and specific goals. Instead of broad objectives, break them down into smaller, achievable targets. For example, aim limiting screen time before bedtime to improve sleep quality, or pledge to include a 20-minute brisk walk into your routine, commit to taking short breaks throughout the workday to stretch and move around, promoting physical activity. Specific goals like these make tracking progress easier and help maintain motivation.

Prioritize Good Diet & Hydration:

A healthy and balanced diet along with adequate hydration serves as the cornerstone of overall well-being. Instead of fixating on restrictive eating habits, strive for a diverse range of colorful fruits, vegetables, lean proteins, and whole grains. Embrace the rainbow diet. Opt for nutrient-packed foods that deliver essential vitamins and minerals crucial for your health. Also, make sure to drink an adequate amount of water throughout the day. Staying hydrated supports various bodily functions, including digestion, circulation, and temperature regulation.

Multivitamins Everyday:

In the whirlwind of a multilife, daily diet is not enough. Infact, 8 out of every 10 Indians are multivitamin deficient. To bridge this nutritional gap and enhance your well-being, take multivitamins everyday. Recognize that distinct genders and age groups have unique nutritional requirements, so choose a multivitamin that caters to your individual needs. Consider supplementing wisely to ensure you’re not missing out on essential vitamins and minerals, promoting a healthier and more resilient you ready for today’s multi-life.

Encouraging Every Woman to Prioritize Their Health This New Year With Three Lifestyle Changes

We all live in a fast-paced world where we often willingly stretch ourselves to live a multilife. The commitment to health becomes not only our own endeavour but a collective journey that encompasses the well-being of our families and communities. Progress may unfold in non-linear ways, and setbacks are a natural part of the process, but approaching this transformative journey with patience and self-compassion is crucial.  

By celebrating small victories along the way, you acknowledge the collective impact of positive choices on your overall well-being. Here’s to embracing the journey that lies ahead – a journey towards a healthier, happier, and more fulfilling you!

About the author: Garima Gupta is the Vitamins and Mineral Supplements Lead, Indian Subcontinent, Haleon (Centrum). All views/opinions expressed in the article are of the author.

Encouraging Every Woman to Prioritize Their Health This New Year With Three Lifestyle Changes

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