A few weeks ago, we dug into the real power of exercise and how exercise can allow you to live your dream life and live it to the fullest.
The week after, we laid a road-map of 10 minute at-home workouts to get you started.
This week, we are taking on another seemingly impossible task: to show you the true potential of what eating healthy can do for you and why you should eat healthy.
But, as usual, this article isn’t going to repeat all the things that you have heard already…
After a long day of work and dealing with constant stress, why do we end up going to a drive through to get burgers for dinner instead of going home to eat a well-deserved healthy meal?
The burger might make you feel horrible the next day, or even upset your stomach the same day, whereas the healthy meal will refuel your body and make you feel awesome.
Even the time it takes to get to the drive through, order, wait in line, then finally drive back home to eat can delay eating more than just going straight home, preparing food, and eating.
It can also be more expensive than eating healthy.
If so, then why do we instinctively go for the burger?
Because convenience is king.
If food isn’t ready to eat, with minimal effort, when hunger strikes, most people opt for buying ready-made food, no matter the quality.
If that sounds like you, don’t sweat it, it can happen to anyone.
But good news for you: it’s not your fault.