The other week I was giving some lifestyle and diet recommendations to a client who commented on how hard it is to avoid certain foods, especially when going out to socialise. And he is absolutely correct. This conversation spawned a realisation of the truth that making healthy choices and taking care of your body requires a level of commitment that might make you stand out or narrow your choices. This doesn’t mean you can never go out for dinner or to social gatherings, in fact keeping our social lives active is very beneficial for our health and longevity. It means you may have to alter your choices or be more prepared beforehand.
Making choices that are commonplace and popular will get you the same results that most people have. Look at the health statistics of the general population like the rates of cancer, diabetes, and heart disease, not to mention things like fatigue, headaches, and mental fog so common amongst people and decide if you want those outcomes too.
Most of our health and the way our body performs comes down to the choices we make each day like the amount of alcohol we drink or choose not to drink, the type of foods we eat, how much water we drink and how active we choose to be.
Most people choose to be far too sedentary; choose not to be one of them.
Most people choose not to drink enough water; choose not to be one of them.
Most people choose to eat too much; choose not to be one of them.
Most people choose not to eat enough fruit or vegetables; choose not to be one of them.
We know that making healthy choices isn’t always easy but we are here to support your efforts to become a healthier and stronger person!