Health and disease don’t just happen to us. They are active processes issuing from inner harmony or disharmony, profoundly affected by our states of consciousness, our ability or inability to flow with experience. This recognition carries with it implicit responsibility and opportunity. ~Marilyn Ferguson
Creating a lifetime of wellness does not happen by chance. It requires practices that can contribute to your happiness, health and fitness.
By creating wellness, you can decrease your risks for developing diseases and disabilities; you can also prevent rapid aging and premature death. By being happy, healthy and fit, you can increase your life satisfaction.
Small changes can add up to big benefits and lasting improvements in your overall health and fitness. Credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/mikebaird/2598633945/
Every little bit counts. Forget about deprivation diets and punishing workouts. Just start taking baby steps and you can get lasting results.
You don’t need to make drastic changes to improve your health. When lifestyle changes are too big, they can be too overwhelming. Most people who try to totally overhaul their diet or start an ambitious exercise program are less likely to stick with it.
Doing one thing differently can be all it takes to finally lose weight and improve your health. One small change can be the switch that can lead to a chain reaction of positive effects with long-term health benefits.
Have you tried losing weight in the past — and failed? Complicated diets often lead to failure. You don’t have to go on a strict diet to gain the benefits of healthier eating. The simpler your diet, the easier it is for you to stick to it over the long haul. Small dietary changes can help you shed unwanted pounds for good.
Small lifestyle changes are easier to achieve and maintain. They are more likely to become habits. Accomplishing small changes and experiencing immediate results can lead to greater sense of satisfaction and increased motivation. In turn, these can add up to big benefits and lasting improvements in your overall health and fitness.
Focus on small changes and achievable goals that can lead you to success. It’s a simpler way to make healthy living a natural part of your life.
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