Saturday, October 29, 2011

Body Sense

Have you ever heard the saying "we are what we eat?"  It is true; eating sensibly is the key to good health.  A good diet program will protect you from stress and help you keep a normal figure and body weight.  The foundation of good health is is a healthy diet.  But what is a healthy diet?  Finding the specifics of the diet that is right for you depends on your individual needs and life style.
The bare facts about dieting are well known.  Only around one in twenty attempts to lose weight will succeed.  Despite all of the available nutritional research the truth is that it is easier to put on weight than it is to take it off.  Eating is the easiest way of coping with the stress.  Our bodies are tremendously adaptable in times of shortage; our system is geared to use its energy very wisely.  For a person unhappy with their weight, dieting generates a clash of desires.  The one thing that links what people look for in food and wanting to lose weight is well being.  Without it, diets generate strong counter active forces that make it hard for even the most determined person to lose weight.  Diets are often a major physical and mental effort.
By incorporating these simple guidelines into our lives, we will do ourselves a big favor in creating a sound future for our body.  Let's make good decisions for a long productive and healthy life.

Persistence is self-discipline in action.
                              Brian Tracy


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