Health and Fitness are focused on weight lossand muscle tone. However, health to me is defined as a state where all systems of the body function efficiently. Here's lots of people eat fairly well and exercise, yet they frequently are injured, have pain, struggle with weight, constipation, digesting food, mood fluctuations, and fatigue. What's missing is what keeps a body stable and efficient. Sadly, diet and exercise aren't just what keep your body stable or efficient. They are essential parts but there is a key factor missing in most people's fitness routines. We need to view a human body as more than just fat and muscle ratios. My view of fitness and health is about finding a way to live in a better state every single day. That means feeling happy, pain-free, and ready to make each day a great one.

1.Sugar Is Bad for Your Health-

·Sugar causes glucose levels to spike and plummet.
·Sugar increases the risk of obesity, diabetes, and heart disease.
·Your immune function can be affected by sugar.
·A high-sugar diet can lead to chromium deficiency
·Sugar accelerates aging.
·sugar causes tooth decay.
·Sugar increases stress.

2. Diet Affect the Human Microbiome-

I keep hearing about the “human microbiome” and its importance for health. You have probably heard that you have more microbes (bacteria, fungi, etc.) in and on your body than you have actual human cells. It is shocking to most people, but when you consider the sheer number of microbes, collectively called the microbiota, you realize they must have an impact on your health.

To increase and maintain diversity in our microbiota, we need to feed them. What do they eat? Mostly, that means fiber from plants. We nourish our microbiota with fiber or prebiotics from a variety of vegetables, fruit, legumes, whole grains, nuts and seeds, which also provide phytochemicals and essential vitamins and minerals.

3.Regular Exercise-

·It Can Make You Feel Happier
·It Can Help With Weight Loss
·It Is Good for Your Muscles and Bones
·It Can Increase Your Energy Levels
·It Can Reduce Your Risk of Chronic Disease
·It Can Help Skin Health
·It Can Help Your Brain Health and Memory

4. Maintain your healthy eating habits-

What you eat each day affects your health and how you feel now and in the future. Good nutrition plays a major role in helping you lead a healthy lifestyle. When combined with physical activity, your diet can help you reach and maintain a healthy weight and reduce your risk of chronic conditions such as diabetes or heart disease, and promote overall health and wellbeing.

Creating and maintaining healthy eating habits doesn’t have to be hard. If you start by incorporating small changes into your daily habits, you can make a big impact on your eating pattern and create lasting, healthy eating habits. Try including at least six of the following eight goals into your diet by adding one new goal each week.