Take your best shot for health by living a healthy lifestyle, eating healthily and taking regular daily exercise and you can enjoy "all that life has to offer" every day of your life. None of it is difficult to do because it should simply come naturally. But way too many people are living a life that is very un-natural and that's why they get overweight and sick with all manner of complaints that can mostly be traced back to an unhealthy eating regime combined with not taking any exercise.
No one needs to suffer from ill health brought on by a bad diet and a lack of exercise. Everyone can pretty much choose what they eat and even using the excuse that they can't afford the best cuts of meat or organically grown vegetables isn't good enough. I have personally gone totally broke, yet still managed to eat well enough to maintain good health. How is that possible?
By being very selective of what you buy and using some ingenuity to obtain foods that most people have no idea how to get because they simply have never learned. In the articles contained in this site, I'll show you that you can eat well even on the most modest budget by avoiding anything in the store that comes pre-packaged or foods that are supposedly "ready-to-eat" or convenient in any way.
Yeah, that means preparing and cooking my own food. But hey, if you're not doing that, yet complaining you're overweight because you can't be bothered to cook your own meals with fresh ingredients, then you need to understand that you CAN learn to cook and you CAN eat great tasting, home cooked meals. Meals that are healthy and free from harmful additives and other junk that the food industry mixes in with those pre-packaged junk meals that are labeled "healthy" or "convenient".
You CAN DO IT if you choose to do it. So choose health over convenience and get healthy by giving it your best shot!
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