Public health researchers are beginning to see that changes in how you live are no guarantee of changes in your health.Read More
Jay Lynch adds: After reading this article numerous times I was still left wanting for the summary point, which ideally would include recommendations for a solution, but I never found them. It was filled with examples of how we consume the knowledge, which hopefully would lead to action-taking, and that lifestyle change as the foundation for shaping one’s future health, but yet the warnings go unheeded.
My view is that everything begins with your thinking. Not until your thinking shifts will action occur, and only then will change follow, and hopefully it will be changes for the better. Then, and only then will external solutions take effect that can shape your future health status as you desire. This is the reason why I have combined self-improvement with weight loss and healthy living as the focus of this website.
Does that make sense to you? Leave your comment below and tell me, please.