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On boundaries

On boundaries

This meme has been floating around the online space a lot lately…

It’s crazy. But this is funny because it’s true.

We live in a world where more people in first world countries are overweight than not and we are suddenly arguing over whether avocados and coconut oil are healthy.

But whether or not things are healthy isn’t really the issue.

It’s simply another form of giving ourselves a reason not to stick with the right choices.

As you’ve heard me say before, there’s simply no reason that your relatively healthy, non-seriously injured person can’t have a lean, healthy, and strong body.

Because it truly is a choice.

So, the next time you find yourself or someone else questioning how healthy a healthy food really is, stop and remember that we need to stop looking for reasons why we can’t or shouldn’t and commit to doing what we know is right.

Ioanna

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