Food forms the building blocks of your body

'Tell me what you eat, and I will tell you who you are.'- J A Brillat-Savarin

Diet and your wellbeing

Do you feel that you could be in better health? Often people believe that their food does not significantly affect them, and its primary role is in providing them with fuel.

Improving your diet is the first step to feeling better. Food plays the most crucial role in a person's general health and well being. It will affect every cell in your body in some way. It provides the building blocks for each and every structure within us.

 

Making choices

All the food you have consumed in the past has helped form the body and health you currently have. Choosing the wrong types of foods will have an impact. You may not notice it now but at some stage, it starts to become evident.

It is never too late to start to make changes for the better. These new food choices will make up your body in the future. By choosing well, you can ensure that you see and feel the benefits. It will affect your vitality, moods, skin, hair, nails and of course, your general health. It will also help to protect against certain diseases.

How you feel within yourself, has an impact on your general success in life. Having excellent health allows you to achieve your goals more efficiently and productively.

Your body is intricately connected to your mind and soul. Your physical health has an impact on your emotional and mental health and vice versa. By learning more about nutrition and working on this aspect first, it will put you in a better position in improving all areas of your life.

Article written by Dr Aleesha Dhillon
Dr Aleesha Dhillon
Disclaimer: This article is solely for information purposes. It is not to replace a consultation with a qualified health professional. It should not be used for the diagnosis or treatment of medical conditions. The article is based on the opinions of the author who retains copyright. You are advised to make your own health decisions based on your research and alongside a qualified health professional. Please consult a doctor if you have any health concerns.

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