Why do I carry on with a Healthy Lifestyle?
I’d lie on the off chance that I said it had nothing to do with appearance… since that is the place everything started for me. A significant number of you realize my self-perception battle story.
Eventually, endeavoring to look great is our human instinct… however the more established (and more shrewd, ideally) I get, the more I understand it doesn’t make a difference so much what I look like yet how I feel that is critical.
I physically don’t feel great when I eat oily quick food– it makes me enlarged and gives me a cerebral pain. I don’t physically feel great when I don’t exercise– rather, I feel feeble and exhausted. I rationally don’t feel great when I don’t converse with God all through the day– rather I feel unfilled and useless.
I feel great when I set aside time for my dinners by arranging them out– guaranteeing I get enough healthy nourishment stuffed in for the duration of the day. I feel great when I tune in to contemporary christian music while in transit to work and converse with God before heading in the workplace. I feel great when I drink enough water amid the day– in addition to the fact that it helps with exhaustion and cerebral pains, assists with craving ques, averting migraines, muscle soreness, and of course– assimilation…
I feel good when I poop! I had to say it! It is not normal to be constantly bloated and constipated. We should be be having daily, regular bowel movements. It is important for digestion and gut health. Eat fiber (25-35 grams per day) and drink plenty of water–that is the cure!
I feel better when I know that what I am putting into my body is going to help prevent me from developing chronic diseases and inflammation. I feel better when I exercise to gain muscle and strength to perform better in my activities of daily living. I feel better when I exercise because it releases endorphins–the happy hormones.
I feel good physically, mentally, and spiritually when I live a healthy, balanced life. Does it happen everyday? No. I am constantly struggling and there is always room for improvement.
You see, there are far more benefits to living a healthy lifestyle because of how it makes you feel rather than how it makes you look…the way you look is just a bonus from living a healthy life. When you can truly live a healthy life, you will not only feel good about yourself, but you will outwardly look good, too—because you have balance, happiness, and a healthy lifestyle.
Why do you choose to live a healthy life? I’d love to hear what you do to keep your lifestyle healthy.