Helen Lee Schifter has written consistently about the need for there to be a more focused campaign on educating the public of the value of leading a healthier lifestyle. One of the main fundamental components in any such lifestyle, is of course maintaining a healthy dietary habit.
Health advocates like Helen have taken to Thrive Global to communicate to the masses about these issues. Eating healthy however in today’s day and age, does not have to mean compromising on the quality of foods that one is having. In fact, there are so many different options whether organic or gourmet, across a myriad of different cuisines that one can have, that are tasty.
Interestingly enough, although within society there clearly has been a slowness to reaching the understanding and recognition that one should be more rigorous, cautious and careful about one’s dietary habits, in the commercial space, there’s been recognition of the market for it . As such, so many different companies have emerged producing and marketing organic alternatives to different foods, that would normally not be available, pre-dating this development.
Helen Lee Schifter has been adamant about the need for people to take advantage of these options that continue to grow in their scale and scope. Unfortunately, many have not – and they’ve done so at the expense of their own personal health. This has of course been rather unfortunate. Having said that, it’s a trend that many health and wellness advocates are determined to change dramatically for the better.
There are ways to turn this situation around. Indeed, there’s no shortage of alternatives available to the public when it comes to healthy food options that are nonetheless tasty. Across so many different cuisines, these options exist. Whether American, Italian, Middle Eastern or any other type, different cuisines do indeed have organic and healthy options.
So with these options available, we must make a better effort to take advantage of these options. With an obesity epidemic that has plagued our nation’s youth and so many others, across other demographics, these changes need to be taken seriously. The only way we’ll be able to ultimately combat health crises such as the obesity pandemic, is by making an exerted effort to eat healthy. After all, as cliche as it may sound, there is some truth to the expression “you are what you eat.”