The phrase “you are what you eat” needs no expert skills for a broad interpretation. It is generally clear that those who eat well look better than those who don’t. Similarly, those who keep a watchful eye on what they drink also tend to look better than those who don’t. And, in between solid food and liquid drink is a wide and colourful range of thick porridges, soups, broths, fruit juices and other beverages.
The truism “health is wealth” also needs no expert skills for a broadly correct interpretation. However, that most people who have the wealth to afford good health do not pay attention to their health has many causes and unfortunate effects.
So, how do we become more mindful about what we put into our bodies?
Whether you are a busy housewife, an overworked manager, a stressed out boss, or a carefree student with wild days and crazier nights, how could you pay attention with minimum effort to the state of your body and to what you put into it?
In the weeks ahead, if you read what I write on this blog, you will notice that you are automatically steering your ship towards uncharted yet safer and healthier waters.
Dr Purnendu Nath spends his waking hours focusing on helping individuals and organizations reach their goals, to make the world a better place. He speaks, writes and advises on topics such as finance, investment management, discipline, education, self-improvement, exercise, nutrition, health and fitness, leadership and parenting.