Eating well, being active, and positive thinking are the most important factors in the “feeling good/being healthy” equation.
Is it a hard equation to solve?
Of course it’s hard.
When was the last time you have done anything worth that wasn’t hard?
It’s so worth though.
The initial step is usually the hardest. But once you get started, there’s no stopping you.
What matters is that you make changes that you can stick with for a long period of time.
The road to being healthy isn't one that ends, it’s long. At first it might be tough - after that - it takes less and less effort.
You get used to the routine, the routine gets easier. You start feeling better and begin to change your life.
There are many reasons to be healthy, all of which are good.
You might want to lose weight and look good, or to ward-off a disease and health problems, or run a race, or even just dance the night away.
Whatever the reason might be, what matters is that you are focused and driven.
You want to be healthy because that’s the right thing to do, and that’s all that matters.
There's no end goal, it's just a continuous progression that one should constantly try to improve.
When you eat the right food and avoid junk, you’ll immediately feel better.
You nourish your body, you feel more energetic and actually FEEL like exercising and then it’s just like a domino effect.
You make healthy food choices -> feel better -> exercise -> feel good.
You eat without guilt. You move without difficulty. You look good in clothes you wear. You do the activities you always avoided. You become more productive. You do more things.
The rewards are just endless.