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Getting the Big Picture on Your Health

By: Jillian Michaels
Date: August/September 2008
Source: Success Magazine


When it comes to achieving overall health, we need to look at the big picture. Optimal health is a closed system of the food we eat, the air we breathe, the water we drink, the way we live our lives, the way that we consume.

People don’t fully understand this big picture. They think they need to be thin to be healthy, and the truth is that you need to be healthy to be thin. There’s always going to be the latest quick-fi x diet fad or pill or the latest surgery. We live in a world where we want quick and easy; we consume and buy in bulk, eat fast food, and expect things to last on the shelves, forever—and that’s making us unhealthy.

There’s more. It’s not just our bodies, but our planet that’s unhealthy. We spray pesticides on our food. We pollute the environment, transporting food around the world, so we can have berries that are sprayed with seven different poisons because they’re out of season.

I know many of you are already feeling overwhelmed with your businesses and families—all the while you want to be healthy. Simple changes will make a difference in your overall health. It’s not scientifi c; it’s common sense.

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