Self care is not selfish! It’s selfish to not take care of yourself. It’s selfish to allow your physical, mental, and emotional bodies to fall into disarray. It’s selfish to allow extra weight to continue to consume your health, wellness, and well-being.
It’s selfish because it is the bases for expecting others to care for us when we become disabled or sick from our lack of self-care.
This may seem harsh, but think about it. Do we enjoy caring for others who have fallen ill from excessive weight or from other issues that could have been changed by the person?
The di-eases that excessive weight contribute to are diabetes, heart disease, cancer, and others. A di-ease is an imbalance created in our lives either by ourselves or by allowing circumstances to dictate our actions.
Does this mean we shouldn’t care for an ill person? No. It means we should work on not being that ill person.
We can choose a healthy lifestyle that minimizes the opportunity for illness and injury to become part of our lives. We can choose to care for ourselves, therefore minimizing the need for other’s to address our issues (major illnesses).
Yes, there are environmental causes that contribute to illness and injury. We do have a voice to change the environmental issues. We can choose to be part of the solution or part of the problem.
One of the best “weapons” against obesity, illness, and injury is food. Nutritional food can help the body heal from nutritional deficiencies and health-related issues (including excessive weight).
It’s not hard to make these changes. I choose to drink my nutrition through Shakeology. It’s combination of super nutrient rich foods is key to the changes I’m making in my life. Exercise is as easy as a walk in the park on a beautiful summer day. Combined, these 2 items are contributing to the health and fitness changes in my life.
The key is to choose what is important in your life. . .