When you hear the word, “healthy person” what do you picture?
A perfectly fit person exercising at the gym barely breaking a sweat?
Anyone who you consider to be “skinny”?
A lot of people assume that thinner and muscular people are on the top level of absolute health. But that’s not always accurate. People with what you may consider to have perfect bodies are not always the healthiest. In fact, skinny people can be just as unhealthy as overweight people.
Therefore, your size and weight doesn’t matter. I’ll say it again. Your size and weight doesn’t matter.
If you survive on an unhealthy diet and don’t move around much….you’re going to become unhealthy, if you’re not already.
Those who exercise and eat healthy on a regular basis are likely going to be physically healthier than the rest.
So the first step to become healthy is to eat healthy foods and to get up and move around.
I know, it sounds easier said than done. I completely understand.
But the hard core truth is that if you want to become healthier than that’s what needs to be done.
So next time you feel like playing the game of who’s healthy and who’s not…take a look at how often that person moves and what it is that they are eating. Those are the real qualities to look for whether a person is healthy or not.