Three Building Blocks for Better Health


New Mindset New Result SignageWhile factors beyond your control can impact your health, there are things you will need to do if you want to improve your health and/or shed unwanted pounds. Following are three foundational building blocks for health that will need to be in place in order to reach your health and fitness goals.


You need to know what a calorie is and why it is important. You should also know a bit about healthy and unhealthy fats and different types of sugar. Knowing the basics of nutrition can help you make wise food choices.

Learning to cook healthy, tasty recipes is also important. Start with a few simple ones and try new ones regularly. Cooking healthy foods for yourself will make it much easier for you to maintain a healthy weight.

Self Esteem

Self esteem is an important part of any health regimen. Researchers have found that positive thinking keeps depression at bay, lowers distress levels, boosts resistance to colds and improves overall physical well-being. Thinking positively about yourself will also reduce stress and help you resist the urge to turn to junk food to make yourself feel better.

Self Discipline

Needless to say, you won't get far if you are unwilling to discipline yourself. Unhealthy foods are both tasty and attractive and you will need to train yourself to buy healthy foods, cook healthy meals at home and exercise on a regular basis. It will take time and you will make mistakes; however, the good news is that anyone can learn to control their urges and desires and lead a healthy, productive life.

If you want to improve your health and figure, pay attention to these three building blocks. They will help you eat the right foods, avoid the wrong ones and develop healthy habits that will lengthen your lifespan while reducing your waistline.


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My relationship with Metabolic Research center began Feb 2010 when I weighed 182 lbs and had high blood pressure. I lost a total of 69 lbs and 72 inches. It has been 6 years and I continue to maintain my weight. I owe my continued success to MRC and all the great classes, especially yoga and the continued support that I receive from the staff. I have learned that food is nothing but fuel for the body and just as with your car you need to give it the right fuel in order for it to run proper. Follow the program and it is possible to loose the weight and maintain it. Nothing tastes as great as healthy feels!

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