Cheat codes are seen both as a blessing and a curse in the world of gaming. Some people might see them as fun alternatives to your gaming experience while others might see codes as a dishonorable way of beating a video game. Regardless of where you stand, I think we can all agree that cheat codes in real life would be pretty cool. But is that even achievable? It is, sort of-just that it doesn’t come as easy like in the videogames. So what exactly are some of the realistic cheats found in games we can all strive to achieve?
Health is important in gaming and in real life, as a gamer it sort of comes as intuition to want better health. While there’s no actual way of cheating ourselves through to better health, there are plenty of ways to achieve better health. Eating better foods and getting exercise are the two basic and most effective ways to getting better health. The beauty about that is how it can be as easy as doing a cheat code! When it comes to food, there are plenty of healthy and delicious options-like the recipes provided here on GFN.
Workouts can be hard if you’re just getting into them, which is why it’s not always recommended to do any sort of extreme workout, until you’re in the habit of working out and at the right fitness level for your desired workout. Walking is a great way of getting into doing exercise. It might not seem a lot, but it’s a habit that will gradually open up doors and lead you to better health.
Our natural armor comes down to being everything from our immune system, bone strength, and the muscles we have. Like in a video game, your goal should be to always have your armor at top shape. How’s armor different from health? Armor reduces the damage we take in videogames; it’s an indirect attack to our health. Achieving this isn’t too complicated, it’s almost as easy as using a cheat code! Fruits and vegetables give us the vitamins we need to build a stronger immune system-which is important because being sick sucks. Drinking milk is one of the basic ways of building stronger bones-and if you’re not into consuming animal products there’s always soy milk. Muscles come from the workouts we do, which is something that can be found here at GFN.
I remember being a big fan of the rare candy in Pokemon games. Rare candies meant I’d have a stronger Pokemon. Unfortunately. there’s no such thing as a rare candy that automatically makes us better at what we want.
But I remember there were a few Pokemon I never used rare candies on, the work I put into training those gave me a feeling of accomplishment. The same applies to real life. Working towards your goals, especially health-wise are things that take time, just enjoy the process and you’ll appreciate everything at the end of it.