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MY FAVORITE HEALTHY RECIPE? Don’t smoke anything. No drugs. Easy on the drink. Eat a balanced diet — with friends whenever possible. Avoid crazy health fads.


Don’t drink and drive. Don’t walk and text. Be a good person. —Joe Satriani, guitarist


choosing wraps over sandwiches and easy- to-carry energy bars delivering at least 10 grams of protein. She also likes coconut water, seltzer water and herbal teas. Spent wisely, time in airports can


offer healthful opportunities. “Connecting to other people is one of the most import- ant keys to our emotional well-being. Layovers are a great time to call and catch up with loved ones,” says Francis. “You can also get some points on your step tracker by taking the stairs rather than escalator and walking around or stretching rather than sitting in the airport.” Meditation is also recommended, whether in the airport or on the plane, she adds.


Small Adjustments For rock stars and holiday travelers alike, restful sleep can be one of the hardest habits


to maintain. When changing time zones, Francis recommends staying hydrated, avoiding alcohol and taking melatonin before bed for three nights aſter landing in a new time zone to help reset the body’s circadian rhythms. “I know I’m not likely to get eight hours


of sleep at night, so I try to supplement that during the day by taking naps or just shut- ting down for a couple hours,” says Dave Navarro, a guitarist who came of age with the rock band Jane’s Addiction. If imbibing at the bar or a holiday


soirée, Francis suggests gluten-free alcohol like tequila, gin, sake or vodka. While wine is blessed with antioxidants, conventionally grown varietals can have a high pesticide content, Francis notes. “Order organic or biodynamic wine when possible, or else go with an Old World wine from France,


Italy or Spain, which tend to have fewer pesticides.” Help offset overindulgence the day aſter


by eating eggs or other protein to stabilize blood sugar levels, taking vitamins C and B complex supplements and drinking eight to 10 glasses of water, plus an electrolyte replacement like coconut water. Anyone looking to make changes in the


new year should strive for progress, rather than perfection, advises Francis. “Perfect health is an elusive idea that is impractical and unattainable for most of us, including celebrities. Instead, take the small, but life-changing shiſts you can make in how you live in order to move toward greater vitality, happiness and longevity.”


Connect with April Tompson, in Washington, D.C., at AprilWrites.com.


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