Posted: September 12, 2012
When it comes to your health, proper nutrition and exercise are the only way to go. Here is another study that shows the benefit of a healthy lifestyle not only on your overall health, but also preventing cancer: “Exercise, good nutrition play a crucial role in maintaining health and fighting disease”
MY TWO CENTS
Look, clearly I am all about proper nutrition, proper exercise and a healthy lifestyle.
And obviously, you can see this by visiting any one of my websites.
- THE HEALTHY OMNIVORE-Attaining optimal health with real food, proper movement and an improved lifestyle!
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- THE GET HEALTHY CLUB-Improve the quality and quantity of your life with your very own nutritionist, personal trainer and lifestyle coach!
My passion in life is helping people attain optimal health via implementing a lifestyle of proper nutrition and exercise into their everyday lives.
Makes sense right? Not sexy, but it makes sense, right?
Well, my passion is exactly what the article above is all about.
WE DO have the ability to be healthy. In most cases, the quality of our health is a “nurture” problem and not a “nature” problem.
It is odd, more and more studies are coming out to show this very fact, but more and more people want to put the blame on “bad” genetics. It is truly unfortunate!
And worse yet, once we destroy our health with poor nutrition and a sedentary lifestyle, we demand that it be “treated” with drugs and procedures.
Isn’t it time that we took responsibility for our own health? Quit pointing fingers? Stopped putting the blame on others? I believe so!
The same poor lifestyle choices that destroyed your health can be changed and in most cases you can reverse the damage you have created. But, it all starts with you!
So, please take a look at the article above and truly begin thinking about the impact on your life proper nutrition and proper exercise can have on your life.
Side Note: Please do NOT get side tracked by the “fat phobic” comments in the article. As there is no differentiation in the article of “low quality” fats vs. “high quality” fats. What you need to know is that in SAD (the Standard American Diet) we consume far too many “unhealthy” (altered, rancid, oxidized, “cheap”, Trans-Fat, etc.) fats. Plus, what is best for you and what is best for a rat are completely different. You need a diet that is individualize and based on your genetic and environmental make up. A nutritional regimen of high quality fats is imperative for improved health.
Okay, so there you have it. What do you think? Are you giving proper nutrition and exercise the priority they deserve in your everyday life?
Have any thoughts? Leave them below.