You don’t put regular gas in a Premium car

Posted: October 31, 2013 in No, but Seriously

Much like gas powers our cars, food power our lives. It fuels our body in order to allow us perform daily tasks such as thinking, moving and breathing. Who you are, what you do, and your ability to do it are all influenced by the food choices you make. Your diet is a very powerful tool that can be used for good or bad and it is important that you at least try to use it to your advantage.


Overall what you eat determines how much energy you have to tackle the activities you are doing that day whether it be a football game or something as simple as doing the dishes. Eating healthy helps make every activity run smoothly as well as reduces your risk for serious health issues.


Food is the source of power that keep your brain running and has a direct relationship to our mental and emotion health. Illnesses such as depression, schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson can all benefit from a healthy diet particularly with a reduced calorie diet as well as a colorful variety.


Eating a healthy diet leads to your body and mind feeling fit. It makes you look good and feel good, you are more self-confident and outgoing causing you to enjoy life a little more. Unhealthy eating leads to obesity and can increase chances of illness making it harder for social interaction between friends and family.

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