Tonight Channel 10 (http://www.ten.com.au) in Australia aired the documentary Super Size Me (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_Size_Me) .
The documentary raises in my view, one important issue.
Know what you are eating.
Know the effects to your body by eating what you are eating.
Is it really healthy? Do some research into the ingredients in your food. The web, and your doctor are good source of information.
Also, keep in mind how much exercise you are getting on a day to day basis.
Exercise could be anything from walks (walking the dog, walking along the beach), running, jogging or even swimming. Exercise is important to our health, and our health can effect our state of mind. Too much junk food can make you feel drowsy easily.
Eat healthy, live healthy, be healthy.
I donâ€™t think itâ€™s just McDonalds that can be â€œfattyâ€, itâ€™s all fast (processed) food. And fast isn’t always a good thing. Be aware of what exactly is in your food.
And even some food in other restuarants can be bad too. Things like MSG (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monosodium_glutamate),which is added to food in a lot of Asian restaurants is pretty bad for you too.
In many ways, some of the issues Iâ€™m seeing in Super Size Me remind me of what Jamie Oliver addressed in his TV series titled â€œSchool Dinnersâ€ (http://www.jamieoliver.com/schooldinners).
Iâ€™m aware that some peoplesâ€™ reasons for eating fast food is due to not having enough time. Or just feeling too lazy to cook.
And I understand that, we all live quite busy lives these days. We all know that oft used quote â€œtime is moneyâ€.
But if time is money, then what if the time available to you was reduced? Eating more than your fair share of fast food can lead to illnesses that reduce the amount of time you have available to you.
If you are spending time in hospital, or at the doctors to get an illness treated, then that means youâ€™ve got less time to make money right? Even if you are just sick, but not sick enough to goto the doctors, youâ€™re still not operating at 100% capacity, are you?
If we arenâ€™t operating at 100% capacity, then weâ€™re really not doing justice to ourself.
It really gives credence to the old saying of “you are what you eat”.