Health Improvement Tips

8 Simple Ways To Invest Daily To Live Healthier if You Want To Become Wealthier

Health is wealth when you know how to invest in it consistently.

Sergio Ruiz
5 min readApr 5, 2022

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It’s only been a few years since I started taking investing seriously. Since then, I’ve seen a nice return with consistent dividends.

I started by opening up an investment account online, contributing a monthly amount of money, and cutting back expenses I could use for future investing.

Like our health, we need to do the same — invest in it consistently to see long-term results for a prosperous future.

Here are 8 ways to invest in your health to become wealthier.

Drink Water (Free)

The easiest way to invest in your health is to drink more water daily.

If you don’t have access to clean water, invest in a water filtration system like a Brita and store it in your fridge. Or, you can install a water filtration device directly onto your home kitchen’s water faucet.

Yes, it’ll cost you some money, but consider it an investment to access the cleanest water possible.

Cut back on drinking sodas, juices, and sugary, caffeinated drinks, which can add up quickly over a week, month, and entire year — costing well over hundreds and thousands of dollars.

You can use the money you save on buying Starbucks to invest in water bottles. Then place them in your car, at home, and in your office.

That way, you always have access to water no matter where you go.

Walk Frequently (30 minutes)

Walk wherever you can, as much as you can. Schedule daily walks throughout your week. An early morning walk while listening to your favorite podcast.

Whenever you have a work call, throw on some AirPods and talk while you walk. If you have a 60-minute lunch, eat for 20 minutes, then go for a 30-minute walk.

It’ll help you digest your food better as well.

Take the stairs whenever possible. Park your car just a bit further away when going places so it…

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Sergio Ruiz

Fitness professional & nutrition coach with 20+ years experience as a personal trainer in San Francisco | www.sfbodymatrix.com