Pasig City—October 10, 2019 –Physical activity is beneficial for both young and old. Countless studies suggest that as you age, exercise becomes even more important in life as it helps in achieving and maintaining a person’s overall well-being.

 

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), regular exercise promotes a healthier heart, stronger bones, and flexibility. For older people nearing their senior years, the benefits become more apparent as it reduces the risk of diseases, as well as muscle and bone injury.

In fact, the WHO suggests at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity physical activity throughout the week, or at least 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity physical activity for adults between18 to 64 years old.

 

To help you kick-start your way back to exercise, Santé, a provider of premier organic health and wellness products, recommends these simple exercises to incorporate in your daily routine for better health and well-being.

 

Brisk Walking

 

Brisk walking is a type of aerobic exercise that is less intense compared to jogging.  Though it might seem light, this exercise gets the heart pumping and the major muscles working. It also exercises the lungs through deep breathing. What’s more, it promotes good posture, improves balance and coordination, as well as boosts one’s overall mood. But unlike jogging or running, it does not cause too much strain on the leg and foot joints and knees, thus, reducing the risks of injuries.

 

Yoga

 

Yoga has been around for over a thousand years and has since moved from fad to a serious fitness routine. It is a type of exercise that combines focus and relaxation that lowers stress and improves the mood. It also improved breathing and enhances muscle flexibility to improve balance. It also strengthens the muscles and while promoting weight loss.

 

Swimming

 

Another type of aerobic exercise is swimming. This exercise provides an almost complete workout because it exercises almost every part of your body, lungs included. Also, because it is performed in water, it is a low impact exercise while giving the maximum benefits. It enhances heart and lung health, develops flexibility, improves muscle strength, and raises brain functions. For older people, it reduces the risk of osteoporosis and arthritis. Swimming can provide relief from the pain and discomfort for people already suffering from these conditions.

 

Supplement your lifestyle

 

Of course, staying healthy is more than just staying physically active. Eating right is equally important to stay fit and healthy if not more. Including a drink that’s packed with nutrition is a great way of complementing a physical routine.

 

Santé Barley is 100 percent organic barley grass from New Zealand. It generally replenishes the body with all the vitamins and the nutrients it needs and keeps the cells nourished and healthy. With Santé Barley, enriched with a variety of health-giving components, you can fight the risks of diseases, vitalized, and healthier.

 

To know more about Santé, and its product offerings and other upcoming events, visit their official FB Page at www.facebook.com/santeofficial.phor their website at www.santebarley.com.

 

 

 

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About Santé

 

Founded in 2007, Santé promotes, produces and distributes premier natural health and wellness products; as well as services, designed to help people live better lives. With Santé Barley as its flagship brand, Santé has dominated the local market with its certified* organic barley grass – grown and harvested in New Zealand. (More recently, Santé has become the Philippines’ first company to be certified organic by BioGro). With the proven health benefits of Santé Barley, Santé has developed a comprehensive selection of everyday barley-based products. Today, Santé has expanded its offerings to include a fitness and rehabilitation center with its Santé Fitness Lab; and an array of natural products that are true to the company’s thrust in promoting a healthy lifestyle. Headquartered in the Philippines, Santé has offices worldwide such as New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore, UAE, Qatar, Nigeria, and Cyprus.