The thought just hit me, different attitudes, behaviours and habits we have can actually have a direct or indirect impact on our health, in this case I thought it would be interesting to talk about LAZINESS. Some are lazy on an extreme level, they would rather starve than make a meal, they would rather stay in a dirty place than clean it up, and they couldn’t care less if they sit all day doing absolutely nothing. For others, it’s sometimes just bouts of moments when they have little or no urge to do or indulge in any activity, while for some too, they are constantly on the go with seemingly endless energy, in fact inactivity is sickening for these fellows.
We all know the importance of balanced diets in our meals and most especially the need to have some proteins, this we have been taught all through our educational and nutritional lives. There is no rejecting the fact that indeed protein plays a major role in the body’s well being.
Some of us are milk intolerant, that means we do not digest milk well. When one is Milk intolerant, there is often a sickly feeling in the stomach after taking milk, it starts through feeling bloated, the stomachs rumbles and grumbles as gas builds up. This can lead to farting excessively and eliminating foamy fecal matter.
Ever heard about the boy in a bubble, born in 1971 without effective immune defenses, he had to live all his life in a sterile environment, till his eventual death, and what a restricted life it must have been. His name David Phillip Vetter. I guess this influenced the movie “Bubble Boy” I watched as a teenager.
Due to our current fast paced science and technology world, many of us have forgotten a lot of the very simple traditional and local ways our parents and theirs before had used in tackling different ailments, with quite a high percentage of effectiveness.