“I don’t have money or time to invest in the diet and exercise I need.”
This is a common trick that the mind will play on you if you don’t learn to take control of your mind. You can find affordable organic foods for each and every meal. You can exercise without having to pay membership fees to work out for 2 hours a day in a public gym.
The most important thing you can do right now is to stop eating foods that are toxic to you. Eat less of the foods that create negative health conditions when they are consumed in excess. It costs nothing to stop buying fast food, junk food, and processed foods that are clearly detrimental to your health. In fact, it will save you far more than you realize to eliminate them altogether.
Likewise, it can take as little as 15 minutes of sustained activity to increase your blood flow and start raising your metabolism. Playing with our smart phones and TV remotes wastes far more time than than this.
Wouldn’t it be better to reclaim just a portion of this time for a new diet and exercise regimen?
A little less mindless activity, replaced with mindful, concentrated activity, can start you on a whole new path without costing you a dime or wasting even so much as a minute of quality time.
When you do eventually have more money and time, by all means invest both in better foods and a more rigorous workout. However, do not wait for an imaginary number to show up in your bank account or carve itself into your schedule before you begin. Start now with what money you have and make the most of your existing free time to establish yourself in the basics. Once these basics become routine, you can add additional foods, supplements, natural products, and new exercises to your daily life.
The best place to educate yourself in both the basics and the details of better health and wellness is our online Learning Center. Here, you will find a wealth of articles on diet and exercise. Included in these articles are lists of foods that help cleanse your body, reduce the risk of cancer, speed up metabolism, balance hormones, and improve the intake of vitamins you may be missing in your current food choices.
You will also find ideas for both cardiovascular and non-cardiovascular exercises that you may not have considered. Learning the facts about these foods and activities will equip you to develop a wellness regimen that will contribute to maximized vitality and personal health.