Wednesday, April 12, 2017

** Looking into the Future

Eating healthy and taking care of your body is an important part of life. In this video you see the three important benefits, neurological, health, and academic. These three factors, determine many things, such as depression, lack of sleep, weight, and overall performance to get through the day.

The neurological factor can help with memory by creating the growth of more blood vessels to the brain. I think this is very important because everyday you are learning new things and your body needs to process the information. This is one of the main reason eating healthy and exercising is so important for a person everyday in a daily life.

The physical factor is being able to and commit to the struggle of how busy the average person's everyday life may be. Coordination is very important when doing things such as housework, yard work, and even at their job. The more you exercise not only the stronger you get, giving you the ability to take care of yourself and live a less stressful life. Physical activity keeps your body from falling apart. Exercising stops depression, Alzheimer's, and obesity. Not only referring to this video but other research i have done claims that physical activity ranging from running, walking, cycling, swimming, and mountain climbing is the best way to keep yourself healthy.

The academic factor is being able to mentally focus, and do your work, inside and outside of school. When eating healthy food, your body can process more and have a better understanding of what is happening around you. This video explains everything on how it helps the brain, in hopes that everyone will see how grabbing carrots instead of chocolate is a big deal.

1 comment:

  1. I really like this post. It gives a new look to why people should be active and healthy. I always knew that being active helped you body stay healthy. But I didn´t know that it helped your neurological factors in life as well. It is super cool to be able to read your blog and to learn from every post! I enjoy reading your posts and am excited to read more!