The foods you eat are part of your makeup. You know what they say, you are what you eat? Gaining or losing weight is achieved by what you decide to put in your mouth. Can you look in the mirror and honestly say that you look like the person you really want to be? Nutrition needs to be more important to you than you think it is. You can learn the principles of good eating by following solid advice.
Nutrition- How are the foods you are eating making you look and feel? Here are 4 tips you should know about:
- Does being sick and unhealthy keep a lot of people in business? You need to learn to eat healthy as though your life depends on it, and it does. You should be mad and yell at yourself for what you look like and it's not all your fault. You do put the food in your mouth, but the foods you eat are all approved? What's wrong?
- Does all the information you know about food come from the same source? It's time you listened to people that have been there. I would rather know that I am sick and be able to do something about it than just feel terrible all the time and wonder what is wrong with me. I needed to know what was wrong. You need to do your own research. It does not take a rocket scientist to learn about nutrition. The next time your doctor tells you something you do not understand ask him (her) to write it down. Go to your computer and do the research. You are reading me know, go ahead you can do it.
- Do you feel tired all the time? Do you need to nap in the afternoon? This is not right, the only reason you need to sleep is because your body needs to replenish it's energy level to repair something that is wrong or digest your food. I feel 10 to 20 years younger from an energy point of view today because of what I eat.
- Do you have an ailment you have been carrying around with you for years? I have asthma and was on medication for years only to discover that much of it was from the foods I ate. I take no medication for asthma today. I learned to eat the right foods and stay away from those that could harm me.
Learning how to eat the right foods for the right reasons should be high on your "to do list".
Food for thought.