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How to Create A Healthy Home Environment After the HCG Diet

Many of us view our homes as a safe haven, a place to reconnect with family and friends. A healthy home for you and your family can include a wide variety of items in keeping everyone in good health and safety. Although not everyone can complete the HCG diet in your home, it is important to start implementing new nutrition skills to everyone in your house after completing the diet.

A healthy emotional environment will help you and your children flourish together. When you lose weight on HCG, most people will notice a huge improvement to their emotional environment. This will improve communication skills, willingness to compromise, and learning conflict resolution.  Healthy parenting skills can also be learned and practiced to reduce stress in the home for both children and parents. These skills will give your children a head start in school and in social settings, allowing them to build and mature into an adult that can offer the same emotional environment.

Things Preventing a Healthy Home Environment After the HCG Diet

As parents you should be aware of all gas and water lines in the homes, as well as being able to properly shut on/off and operate them. Check all smoke detectors to assure they work, as well get carbon monoxide detectors if you do not already have them. Teaching your children about cleaners and chemicals and keeping them out of reach will reduce any risk of injury. Those with specific medical conditions may require additional measures to make their home as healthy and safe as possible. For example, asthma and allergy sufferers may require removal of potential allergy triggers in the home. Maintaining a smoke-free home always is of benefit to the health of the entire family. If you have children, ”childproofing” your home is critical for a safe environment.

Food Choices Help Create a Healthy Home Environment After the HCG Diet

Nutritional choices are another component of a healthy home. Making good nutritional choices such as eating adequate amounts of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, reducing consumption of refined carbohydrates, avoiding sugary juices and sodas. Make sure you learn how to properly read a food label too. By doing so you can help prevent adult and childhood obesity and associated medical complications such as type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. Parents can help their children develop good nutritional habits by serving healthy meals at home and packing healthy school lunches and snacks.

What things do you to implement a healthy home environment?

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2 Comments

  1. By: oscar

    on: July 28, 2012 . Reply

    I am still having cravings all day non stop , never fill full, or satisfied, I don’t know what to do anymore, I have followed the diet 3 times already, please help, what I’m I doing wrong , what can be wrong with me?

    • By: Sadie Salazar

      on: July 30, 2012 . Reply

      HI Oscar – I don’t show an order under your email address. If you did purchase from Your HCG, give us a call at 877-748-2709 or chat with us at www.yourhcg.com and we can help you with your hunger. It’s possible you are not getting the correct dosage of HCG.

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