With so many people worried about their health there is a lot of information out about what you should do to ensure you have good health? The problem is what direction due you go in? What is true, what isn’t true? Which study is right which isn’t? These are questions everyone has and will always have. Even though you will always have to answer these questions there is a way to sift through the B.S. and get the answers you need.
First, you need to understand that when a study is done on health or fitness the amount of people which they use is very small compared to the general population. Second, these studies don’t take into consideration the stresses and trials of real life. Third, they are looking at one aspect and are not getting a broader picture of how the thing they are studying affects other aspects of your health.
Basically studies are a guide or warning of what could happen. Take for example eggs, do they raise cholesterol do they have no effect. I don’t know, but I do know I had four grandparents who lived to 89 or above and they ate eggs at least 5 days per week for 70 plus years. Looking at this example you can see studies don’t always give the answer to your questions.
Really all you can do is take in the information given to you and find what works best for you. This doesn’t mean giving up because it’s easy it means actually trying different things a finding out what works best. So stay strong and give it some time and you will get the answer you are looking for.
To you success