Most of us are just too busy to hit the gym for hours or make a nutritious meal from scratch. But luckily, you don't have to spend the entire day exercising or cooking in order to be healthy. We've found ways you can sneak in time for your wellness, whether you've got 15 spare minutes-or just one.
Grab some water.
It doesn't matter if you're picking up your kid from school or racing on the treadmill-for every 15 minutes that you're out of breath, you need to be drinking 4 to 6 ounces of water. If that walk to work takes you 15 minutes, do it briskly and carry along a bottle containing a premeasured amount of water. You may have thought that sipping water whenever you're thirsty will do the trick, but sweating away even a few drops of your body's water weight can make it harder for your heart to beat faster, which will make you feel tired more quickly.
Make over your workspace.
Most people spend hours in front of their computer, which canRead More »from Get Healthier in 15 Minutes—or Less