Commentary: Believe In Yourself

Sure. We see others who are more fit than us. Especially at the gym. We should not, however, feel any envy. There are many factors involved. How many years they have been training, for example. We should not be discouraged by the appearance of others. Remember, we only have to be better than we were yesterday. That is all that matters. Read the discussion at this link to learn more about social comparison.

https://www.acefitness.org/education-and-resources/lifestyle/blog/7021/is-comparison-sabotaging-your-success

Commentary: Caring For Our Children

We think parents should love their children. And loving them includes ensuring their health and well-being. Our kids must be physically active at least 60 minutes every day in order to achieve healthy outcomes.

https://www.news-medical.net/news/20181031/Study-Only-one-in-30-children-does-recommended-amount-of-daily-physical-activity.aspx

Commentary: One Day … One Step … At A Time

We often become overly excited about getting healthy and start by making too many changes overnight. Unfortunately, this usually becomes overwhelming and difficult to sustain long-term. A better method of behavior change for most of us is to find and implement small changes, one or two at a time. It becomes easier when we realize that wellness is not a destination. It is a lifestyle. Click the link here to read about one woman’s successful journey with a series of small steps.

A lot of small changes add up….

Commentary: We Are Being Punked … Daily

Those who process and market our foods are master psychological and physical manipulators. They exploit us daily by distorting facts about exactly what is and is not healthy food and they addict us with known unhealthy food additives (e.g., salt, sugar, fats). Visit the linked infographic to learn more about how we can combat these manipulators in our struggle to regain health and wellness.