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There are several assumptions about diet, exercise, and health. Below are some of these assumptions:
• Eating less and exercising more is the best way to be fit.
•Weight loss is synonymous with getting fit; it is always best to lose weight.
•People who are fat eat too much.
•It is important to make up for eating something bad or overeating by cutting back.
•Eating when lonely, angry, frustrated, or bored is not good.
•You can consume anything you crave for as long as you remain within a certain number of calories.
•By not eating fat, you will lose fat.
•By exercising, you can eat anything.
•If you cut out sodium and caffeine, and avoid preservatives and pesticides, you will be a lot fitter and live longer.
•Being fit is about having the willpower and control.
Which among these assumptions are correct? The answer is none. To say that the statements above are myths may appear dubious. Think for a while about your experiences. Maybe you have tried exercising more and eating less, but you do not feel and look like you think you should. You have cut down the fat in your diet, yet you have not seen any good results. You eat lots of vegetables, salads, and juices, but you seem to be puzzled by your poor performance. You have even studied the health benefits of consuming organic foods, but you simply have not reaped the rewards all those studies and magazines have promised. You are being cautious about everything you eat, so why does it feel and look so wrong?
The human body is a sophisticated and marvelously made machine, and like many machines, the human body has fuel requirements. Our bodies are the most significant resource we have to get us where we are going. It is the vehicle we will depend on most all the rest of our lives.