I know from my experience as a nurse that no matter how many times you tell people what the best things are for their health, they won't change their diets or their lifestyles. I've been guilty myself in the past, but I have come to realise how much control we have over our lives, our health, our future.
I went to start my car up the other day and it was completely dead. The battery was flat.
If you leave a car and don't use it it deteriorates. If you run the car on the wrong fuel it breaks down.
Our bodies are the same. Yet why is it, even though we know what is bad for us we still do it? We don't exercise because we think we haven't got the energy, but if we were to exercise we would get more energy.
Running a car helps charge the battery. Exercising helps recharge our 'batteries'. Filling our bodies with the right 'fuel' makes up better able to cope with what life throws at us.
The way we are living on this planet is not sustainable
We are facing a huge crisis.
Ground-breaking new research has revealed soaring levels of antibiotic resistance on pig and chicken meat from seven major UK supermarkets. Overuse of antibiotics in farming is contributing to deadly drug resistance - a crisis predicted to kill one person every 3 seconds by 2050. We have the power to stop this, by taking action right now. Take action now: watch the video and follow this link: www.soilassociation.org/supermarketsuperbugs.