Most of our parents lived a sidentric life, that means they went to work, (mostly driving or being driven)
came back home, cooked, ate, watched TV and went to bed.
Before you know it, their joints started packing up, they would need help going down the stair case, coming out of the car, lifting things from the ground and a constant urge for massages.
Imagine running in this circle for decades?
This goes on to reveal why there are so many sick people in their 40’s, 50’s and above.
Please and please, choose a different life for the sake of you and your family.
Be active, eat right Nd please make exercising a part of you.
I really do not envy this kinda life…
This has spur me into wanting a different life for myself, my husband and those who care to listen.
Why do I detest the sidentric life?
Maybe because I’m not a fan of trends. I would rather create my own reality so I decided I would take a different route.
I made a vow with myself that Until I see Jesus face to face, I will NEVER need help with doing things, like climbing the stair case or going up a hill.
This is not just speaking empty, I back up my words with actions. In other words, I would rather take in bottles of water than take coke or any freezy drink.
When others are filling up their plates with chunk of meats, fries, large portions of carbohydrates, I would rather stick with small portion of protein and eat more veggies.
I don’t just eat anyhow and anything.
I am obsessed with a healthy lifestyle.
I am angry anytime I see people in their 30’s, 40’s, and 50’s already acting old and weak… Someone shout No way…)
what I eat and consciously and consistently wanting a more healthy life.
My goal is to remain physically, spiritually and intellectually active and attentive even in my oldest age and to be able to jumb, run and climb the stair case effortlessly even at age 70. And to be intellectually active and attentive.
I want to be so healthy that sickness that comes with age runs when it sees me coming.
I don’t want to be old and Yoke my children with having to take care of me or spend money in numerous check ups, operations and so on.
And the goal ultimately is to die healthy.
I am far from convinced that old age should come long with certain disadvantage and disabilities.
I want to believe in the possibility of being old in age Nd young at heart, body soul and spirit.
My question to you is
How have you been eating?
Have you been making wrong choices?
The good news is;
It only takes one right turn to make up for all the wrong ones you’ve made.
You can’t keep a bad attitude and get the good life you desire.
It’s time to give up our bad choices of eating and embrace the good life.
Do not compromise with eating healthy.
Life is too short to eat wrong.
I’m raising the flag for eating right… I want you to raise yours with me.
Etaing healthy is not easy. It might take you putting in some extra effort but I think your body sesreves it baby.
It’s time to let go of fries, too much carbohydrates, too much sweet stuff, sweetened drinks…