Being healthy is not the absence of any symptoms of a disease, rather it’s about the function, function of all the cells, all the organs working perfectly, it is about how your body functions on physical, chemical, emotional and spiritual level. The quality of health is based on the energy, the energy is built on cellular level, it comes from the cells, and they are the building blocks of every living being. Life and death are created and ended by the cells, on a cellular level. They are the building blocks of our physical body, all physical parts of our body are made up of cells, and they need oxygen as well as nutrients to produce energy for the proper functioning of our body.
The depletion of cells leads to the depletion of energy in our body, and anything which depletes the level of oxygen in cells from our body, will eventually affect the organs. Since, the blood is travelling across organs and it is the only one, which provides an environment for the sustenance of cells in our body therefore, the cells need to have certain level of oxygen, to be able to support the organs. To stay healthy, we require healthy cells, and cells require healthy environment, which is blood. The healthier fluid we intake the purer our blood will be.
Let’s understand this with an example, let’s assume you are working in your backyard farm, you see weeds growing, you will notice that weeds are the ones destroying other healthy crops, what will you do? Of course, you will remove the weeds from the farm. Here weeds are the unhealthy substance which is affecting the overall health of the farm.
Importance of healthy lifestyle
Let’s start with the physical aspects of it. A healthy lifestyle will help you shed all those extra pounds or gain some if that’s the case. A physically active person can not only achieve their body weight targets but will also be able to avoid most of the diseases. Energetic, improved mood and longevity are all byproducts of leading a healthy lifestyle. But physical health is not accomplished alone without mental health. Both of these aspects of our lives are closely connected and consequently affect each other in countless ways.
- Make your meals colourful
While shopping for your next meal, make sure you have some bright colours in your basket. Brightly coloured foods such as bananas, pineapples, oranges, guavas, eggplants, and others, are high in antioxidants which are responsible for removing free radicals that damage our cells.
- Remove negativity from your life
Avoiding negative people as well as negativity within yourself can go a long way while maintaining a healthy lifestyle. As mentioned before a positive mindset is essential to remain happy and healthy.