Educating your children about how to be healthy can be challenging and even overwhelming especially at the start. However it’s like exercising a muscle, the more you practice it, the easier it becomes. The more you do it, the more resources you will find and soon it becomes part of your life and you no longer need to think about it because it has become a habit.
Educating your children is worth your investment in time because you leave your child with a legacy of health that will be passed from your child to your children’s children. It will build a strong healthy family, strong social connections, and a good compassionate heart. It will also protect your children against the 18 dangerous health trends that are increasing and causing problems in our children.
Start early in teaching your child about living healthy by introducing whole foods, plant-based diet, doing High Intensity Interval Exercise (HIIT), encouraging your child’s positive psychology through gratitude every day, developing strong social connections, and ensuring continuous health education.
One of Singapore’s oldest persons, Teresa Hsu at 113 years old says her secret to living long is staying positive, contributing, eating a healthy diet, spending a couple of hours of meditation in the morning, and doing yoga every morning. Their non-profit Heart To Heart Services provides food, clothes, and monthly cash contributions to those in need. She also runs the Home for the Aged Sick.
Even at her old age, she continues to contribute to society and is very happy seeing the smiles of the people that she has helped. In an interview, she says, if she only helps herself then there is only one smile or one laugh, but when you help others, there are many smiles and many laughs. Happiness multiplies.
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