It takes discipline to start a journey of health, and both exercise and diet play important roles to achieve overall fitness. Many health practitioners advocate that nutrition is more crucial than exercise. Some go as far as to quantify the relationship — 80% nutrition + 20% exercise is the formula to a healthy body. Have you ever heard of the saying that “you can’t out-exercise a bad diet?”
I’m not an expert. Friends go on so many different kinds of diet that I can’t keep up. There’s the South Beach, Weight Watchers, Keto, Vegan, Vegetarian, Zone, Atkins, Raw Food, and so much more. IF, intermittent fasting, seems to also be in fashion. It promises not only that you lose weight but that you also live longer. What you just need to do is not eat for 16 hours in a day, meaning that if your last meal is at 6 PM, your next meal should be at 10 AM. Never tried it. I don’t want to give up my munchies while I’m watching Netflix in the dead of night.
So what does Honey do after feeling woozy? Not surprising really after a day of being glued to her smartphone, binging on TV and junk food.
Yes, dear readers. Have your blood checked and see if your values are within the normal ranges. And still, even if you have a perfect score, do live healthy. That means eat a balanced diet and move. That’s non-expert advice from a workaholic, sometimes-couch potato.
Honey Goes Healthy Episodes
Follow Honey’s story by clicking on the links below:
Episode 1: Are Your Daily Habits Healthy?
Episode 2: The Start of a Journey of Health
Episode 3: DIY Hanging Planters
Episode 4: DIY Spice Rack
Episode 5: DIY Kitchen Island
Episode 6: DIY Inspirational Wall
Episode 7: Make a Healthy and Bright Change
Episode 8: Summary and Costing
More DIY Webisodes
You can also click this link and surf through the DIY video tutorials available in this blog. Whether it’s painting walls, distressing furniture or making your own home accessories, you’ve come to the right place.