Start the Morning Right

Doctors Brian Betancourt, Exercise Physiologist, and Natalie Castro, Registered Dietitian at Baptist Health South Florida, consider if a person can get his day starting off on the right foot, one of the things is getting motivated to get out of the bed and start moving.

Doctor Betancourt recommends doing an exercise routine early in the morning. “If you don't get it done in the morning, it's going to be hard in the evening. If you make that a priority that’s going to make a huge difference,” he says.

Dr. Castro also recommends having a good breakfast or having at least something in a stomach instead of just plain coffee. “You have to fuel your body correctly. If not, you’re going to end up in a bad mood and get cranky,” she affirms.

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