It can be difficult to motivate yourself to become more active. This is exactly why there are physical trainers to act as the voice of reason and discourage us from unhealthy eating and rejecting exercise.
It’s important to find a fitness trainer who matches your dad’s personality and won’t make him hate every workout. Have an in-depth conversation with a fitness trainer before you commit to starting the journey to a better, more physical lifestyle for my dear old daddy.
Do you know what a great way to encourage our fathers to cook healthily? Give them a new toy designed for healthy eating, like a barbecue. (And if Dad already has a barbecue, consider getting him some new barbecue tools.)
Now let’s put that aside: barbecuing or grilling meat isn’t always healthy. However, grilling helps remove unnecessary oils and fats. In comparison, cooking in a pan or pot would cause the meat to absorb these fats and oils, keeping them in the food.
A wine cooler
Maybe your dad was always a fan of red wine, or maybe he’s just starting to develop a taste for different types of wine. If so, consider buying him a wine cooler which can help him keep his wine at the optimum temperature, ensuring a longer shelf life and taste as designed for taste.
Of course, drinking red wine in excess is not healthy. But, because of the healthy antioxidants in red wine, drinking one or two glasses a day could actually lower the risk of inflammation, lower cholesterol, and even add years to daddy’s life.