By Wes Annac, Culture of Awareness
It’s no secret that if we want to be healthy, we have to eat healthy. The popular saying “you are what you eat” communicates an obvious truth, and depending on where we live, we can probably find healthy food.
We all know that a healthy eating habit usually results in a healthier body and a healthier outlook on life, but lately, I’m starting to think that the issue isn’t so black and white. Staying healthy requires a fair amount of discipline and diligence in our modern society, because most of our food is designed to keep us in poor states of health.
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