Even though the food we eat is very important to our health, there are other things that are important as well - our mindset being one of them. Having a positive mindset each day can make a huge difference in how your day goes.
If you look at statistics over the last thirty years or so it’s pretty astounding how different things are with our health as a nation.
A lot of people don’t realize this but your diet has a strong correlation to your mental health just as much as it does to your physical health.
I can’t imagine where I’d be without all the reading I’ve done and all the research I’ve put into a healthy lifestyle over the last three and a half years so I want to share what I’ve learned with you and encourage you to do the same.
Sleep is so vital to good health yet sadly it seems to now be seen as a weakness if you try your best to get enough sleep.
There have been many times in our history that doctors did things wrong and nobody questioned it for a long time. And then when people started questioning it, they were ignored because they didn’t want to change and didn’t want to admit they were wrong.
You should definitely be doing things to move your body but you don’t have to spend hours and hours in a gym every week with fancy equipment and push yourself to exhaustion to see benefits and lose weight.
One of the biggest travesties committed against our country was the “calories in - calories out” mantra. It has led to SO many health issues and SO much focus on the wrong thing.
Did you know sugar has increased in consumption like no other dietary option in history? We consume more sugar than every other stimulant - including tobacco, coffee, tea, and alcohol!
One of the things that I believe is SO important is spending time doing your own research and educating yourself on your body, nutrition, and how it all fits together.
Obesity is a metabolic and hormonal issue. It’s not caused by eating too much.
Sadly the quality of our food has decreased over the years and it's harder to get all the vitamins and minerals we need from our food alone.