Staying Fit

If there are the different tips and prototypes that are constantly dealt out in society regarding health in general there are also many false premises in staying fit. These false assumptions concerning the steps or practices to stay it may be hazardous for an individual. Worse, one of these false premises may lead to sickness if done improperly to a significant extent.


Fallacy 1: Eating Too Much While Still Young Is Reasonable

We have this common belief that as long as we are still young, we can be indulgent and just eat what we want without moderation. We can always argue anyhow that our young bodies can still take some sort of nutritional abuse and would be able to rectify the consequences afterwards. The truth about this is that though we are actually able to correct such situation, the damage has begun already. Moreover, we don't know at what age our body starts to not be able to restore the optimal health status at entire efficiency.


For instance, eating high cholesterol food would have a preemptive effect of deposits in the arteries. Shortly, this would reach a stage wherein the process is irreversible and may cause the life of the individual. Even if there was a reason that ageing is part of life and that even how much we try to choose the right food our bodies would still deteriorate anyway, the thought of why would we hasten the process of ageing by introducing unwanted radicals to our cells should be enough to keep us on decent of thinking.


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