While we live, it’s paramount to know our health status.

What does it mean to be healthy?

While we term health to be living, eating, and going about our daily activities, it goes beyond that.

It means enjoying the health and vigor of the body, mind, or spirit.
With this definition, do you think you are healthy?

Let me throw to you this question that needs a deep thought; ARE YOU ENJOYING HEALTH OF THE BODY, OF THE MIND AND THE SPIRIT?

oh yes, I am screaming this to your ears.
Let’s start with HEALTH OF THE BODY. While we want to push on in life, while we tend to be our own motivation or others are a motivation to us or we are a motivation to others, I would love to tell you that your health determines your journey.

By taking steps to eat healthily, you will be on your way to getting the nutrients your body needs to stay healthy, active, and strong.

First thing first, what you take in defines your health result or outcome.
That is, not every food is meant for your body.

Good nutrition is an important part of leading a healthy lifestyle, combined with physical activity, your diet can help you to reach and maintain a healthy weight, reduce your risk of chronic diseases and also promote your overall health.

Foods like ;

Beans are a great source of iron and fiber and can keep your cholesterol levels in check, lower heart disease risk, reduce cancer risk, and keep your body humming for longer periods of time.

Egg yolk contains antioxidants that help keep your eyes healthy, Eggs also contain brain development and it is also memory-enhancing.

Tea can reduce the risk of diabetes, and cancer, promote healthier bones, gums, and teeth, and heighten memory, focus, and mood. For maximum benefit, drink your tea freshly brewed–hot or on ice.

Salmon and sardines are packed with omega-3’s that are incredibly important for brain function and even contain substances that fight off nasty disease-causing inflammation.

We all know that oranges are packed with vitamin C, but what some may not know is that vitamin C is crucial for the production of white blood cells and antibodies that are powerful infection fighters.

They are rich in vitamin A strengthening the immune system, eye, and b, one health.

They have something hard to get in any other food–lycopene. And, because of this, tomatoes can help protect the skin, lower cholesterol, and even prevent some cancers.

Yogurt contains good bacteria for a healthy gut and reduced intestinal illnesses. And, it’s so rich in calcium.

This monounsaturated fat fruit contributes to increased healthy blood flow and brain health. Avocados can also lower blood pressure.

Your body needs the energy to work normally and keep you alive. You obtain this energy from nutrients in the food that you eat ranging from carbohydrates, fats, and proteins, minerals, and vitamins are other nutrients that are also important in your diet to help your body stay healthy.

Eating the right foods can help make you happier and healthier–and more successful.