Let’s start with a great health definition that is general. The WHO definition of health (World Organization for Health) was first published in 1948: “Health is a state that is complete in terms of mental, physical well-being as well as social, not just the absence of illness or disease”. If that’s the case then what is an accurate definition for physical well-being? does it mean it’s “all organic” is healthy, particularly in relation to food? antalya burun estetiği

What is the definition of physical health?

Do you have one?

According to according to the WHO health definition of health as it is applicable to physical health, can we claim that just because everything’s working exactly as it should, in the absence of illness or impairment (weakness or illness) and we’re generally in healthy physical condition? antalya estetik burun

What do you consider?

Personally, I believe there’s more to being healthy than just the present. However I also believe that since we’re only guaranteed our present moment, if you’re healthy don’t think of it as a privilege. Take advantage of it while you can. antalya saç ekimi

Also, I believe the condition of our health and physical well-being is heavily on our individual health regimen. That is it’s all about how we look after our bodies regularly. This means:

  • Habits of eating
  • Habits of exercise or the absence thereof
  • Sleep habits
  • Spiritual habits
  • General lifestyle habits

It is not as if I am an expert, pundit or zealot regarding any of these or any of the above, that I am my own concept of health as well as the definition of the spiritual aspect of health and any other thing that is similar to the notion of healthy health In a nutshell what I’m trying to say is every bullet point has an impact upon our health.

What do you consider?

It’s all about health

A dictionary gives the following description of the word “health:

“The general health of the body or the mind in relation to health and vitality: good health or unhealthy. “

The antiquated Roman poet Virgil wrote, “The greatest wealth is health”.

I can’t say enough about this, but I am somewhat troubled by the emphasis given to physical health as if it’s mutually distinct from various other aspects of health.

I think health is all about:

  • Physical
  • Mental
  • Emotional
  • Spiritual
  • Financial

The “soundness and energy” that we seek to achieve and keep these elements in mind can have a direct or indirect impact on each and every one of these factors.

Additionally I find it difficult to believe that the word “wealth” is often connected with financial wealth.

That’s not to say I do not recognize the importance of physical health as well as financial wealth. Both are essential components of overall health, but they’re not separate concepts.

What do you think?

All Natural

“All Natural” The “all organic” phenomenon, especially when it relates to food items, is among the most effective marketing strategies ever. In the event that it’s not actually a fraud then it’s a prank.

It doesn’t mean anything!

There is a huge distinction between organic and natural. Do not confuse them and avoid the myths that claims that they’re the identical. They’re not.

Organic, at the very least in relation to food items, is extremely monitored. It’s actually a reference to something. Keep in mind that just because something is organic doesn’t mean it’s healthy.

All natural could mean almost everything. When it comes to the food we consume is concerned, it’s not controlled. This is a very false label.

Don’t fall for the trap of a false impression.

It’s not that I don’t recommend it. I’m not saying that everything natural is harmful. I’m just saying it’s the most suffocating term there was ever. There’s no substance to it.

My method

It comes down to the basic ideas and principles that start with:

  • Honesty
  • Respect
  • Best effort

They are vital. They are free and can be used every day.

The 5 F’s are next:

  • Food isn’t just about the food we consume, but all the things we consume physically emotionally, mentally and spiritually. If we are the things we eat, then this is the most obvious proof.
  • Fitness – Covers all of the five bullet points listed in the previous paragraph.
  • Finances – Impacted by the preceding two and affecting the next and previous two
  • Fulfillment is about completing and contains all bullet points that were mentioned
  • Fun – The significance of how it impacts health and how it is affected by it is often ignored

I have identified the 5 F’s as the elements of a bulletproof lifestyle.

In the end everything mentioned above is crucial, however finding the right balance is what is important. I think that a lot of us are just unbalanced. Additionally, there isn’t an ideal balance that is universally applicable.

Not to be left out last, but not least, from the late famous Redd Foxx:

“Health nuts are likely to look foolish one day while being in hospitals and dying from nothing.”

Do you agree? Are you in disagreement?


Bob is a retired planner and safe money expert who is a specialist in life insurance and has more than 20 years of experience.