With society constantly updating it's knowledge on nutrition🍱 and ideas of health🤸🏻♂️, it's hard to keep track.
I've been asked,
Do you think for snacks, they (nuts🥜) are healthy or not?
My answer to that, "What is 'healthy'?"
Being "healthy" is relative. 🤷🏻♀️
One of the most memorable answers I received after asking that question was,
"all the nuts at this moment I'd consider those snacks healthy and not bad in comparison to candies🍬, chips🍟 etc ...of course compared to carrot sticks🥕, no"
After that, they became more aware and were able to make better food and life choices on their own, and are able to determine for themselves what is healthy, and what is not.
This could mean
Having nutritious meals 🍱 Whole foods are a good place to start. If you're getting enough of one thing, try getting more variety into your meals to level up
Being active until a ripe age🤸🏻♂️ Not only being able to move and do what you want now, but also be able to do what you want for as long as you want. Not only does that mean training itself but also having recovery strategies in place so you are ready for the next training
Being truly happy 😄 It's not enough to be able to do it; are you truly happy with your situation: your body, your health, and your fitness? If it doesn't make you happy, you might want adjust it so that you are.
Comment down below, what does it mean for you to be healthy?