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To Know Your Healthy Self

 We grew up in our own little worlds in each household. Most ate common food from their culture, some eat something new and different just about every night. Even some stayed on a frozen TV dinner diets for the parents who were too busy to cook or just simply horrible at it. 


So our healthy self it taught over time on what we grew accustomed to. Others will have the advantage to change their diet before unhealthy self stands before them in a doctor’s office riddled with sometime of complication due to how we diet. 


So how do we get to know our healthy self? You can take a course, go through a fitness bootcamp to get common knowledge towards your health. Many resources at our fingertips now we can learn it easy and almost practically at no cost financially but a cost to your health if you do not know what the full effects some diets can put a negative affect on your body along with a fabulous positive effect.


In terms of how some diets promote healthy weight loss but can affect other aspects of your healthy self, such as sugar levels, cholesterol, blood pressure. Let’s not forget to mention the constant change in science we are finding new and innovative ways to keep track up through our health through our genetics. To take a cell genome and find out what types of food can help a person stay healthy or get them to unhealthy state.


To help keep ourselves in check, is bewaring of how our diet affects our life. How can we get to the healthier us before we go backwards on ignorant thinking?


For the best and healthier versions of ourselves is so hit up your dietician. Yes, it may sound unnecessary, but to be honest you can not utilize these outside resources like health fitness bootcamp if you don’t know your numbers or in other terms full prognosis of health.


With the results given to you by your dietician, it can give you a better handle on how we can utilize a healthier self.


By Mrs. Brooks

Owner of Melinda's Heaven, Health & Wellness Advocate, ASPCA Advocacy, Nutritionist, FFA Advocacy, Bachelor's degree in Science in Nutrition (presently going), Certificate in Business Operation & Baking and Pastry, Wild Herbs Garden owner, Introduction Certificate in Beekeeping, Knowledge in herbal remedies for self-care and household products.

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