Since it’s winter, I thought it would be nice to indulge in something wonderful that can only be experienced at this time of year. I think about eating hot chocolate by the fireplace, drinking hot creamy soup, snuggling up a little early to watch a movie, and enjoying the evening with a glass of wine as the holidays approach. okay, right?
Life is not all rigid and inflexible. At least I don’t think so. Life is mediocre. Once you realize you’re stuck for winter, it’s easier to lock down and splurge more!
Moderation should be our motto in life, especially when it comes to health. I believe moderation is the key to living a healthy, long and happy life.
It reminds me of a friend from college who jumped one night because I was “on a diet” and didn’t eat pizza. Her comment to me was, “You’ll never have another pizza in your life.”
Of course, I know there’s a difference between eating a slice of pizza and eating a whole pizza. moderation.
With all these “fads” happening in the world, things go back and forth in the world of health and fitness. Everyone is trying to come up with the perfect diet, the perfect exercise equipment, the perfect solution. You want complete control and control over your choices, and you become overly obsessed with diet plans or take your workouts to extremes, claiming it’s the only way.
How many of these programs are actually left? Not many. How many of these programs have been successful? Not many. How many of these programs actually focus on your health? Not many.
The bottom line of every diet program I know is to start in moderation and end in moderation. Eat at moderate time frames throughout the day. Even the Atkins, South Beach and State of Slim diets keep their dietary intake away from carbohydrates for a period of time, but eventually they will include carbohydrates in their meals, Just eat in moderation.
One of the most successful diet programs to date is Weight Watchers. why? Because they incorporated personal choice and moderation into their philosophy long ago! It obviously works!
When it comes to exercise, you need to exercise for your health, not for building your body or running a marathon. These are unrealistic goals for most people. However, strength training and walking/jogging for health are realistic and include moderation.
Research continues to show that exercise, done at moderate duration and intensity, produces the best results for a longer, healthier life. tend to keep and maintain exercise throughout life. They exercise for life, function, longevity, and overall health.
Those who practice moderation tend to have fewer injuries often associated with more extreme exercise, which also favors long-term consistency and dedication.
please think about it. Coffee, alcohol, juices – enjoy in moderation. Chocolate and sweets? Please eat in moderation. Carbohydrates, fats and fiber are all very important in your diet but should be consumed in moderation. Television, video games, computers. Sure, in moderation. Eating out, shopping, and spending money are fun, but should be done in moderation. Hobbies, interests, and desires shape our personality, but they should not become obsessions. So practice moderation.
I hope you got my intended message in this article. It’s a very real problem in life. We all need to enjoy the good things in life and not feel guilty. We all need to experience life to the fullest, without obsessions. We all need to live healthier without making it too difficult.Moderation is everything in everything we do.