Andy Core is an expert in Work-Life Balance, Well Being and Peak Human Performance.
Just because you’re an adult now and can eat cake for breakfast if you want to, doesn’t mean that you should. Leadership speakers like Andy Core say that you should keep your mother’s message about eating a balanced diet in mind when it comes to your own health and wellness.
Stock up on fruits and veggies. Your body needs these foods for energy and to keep you feeling your best, so put some broccoli on your plate and reach for an apple for dessert instead of a candy bar.
Have that glass of milk. Milk is an excellent source of calcium, a mineral your bones need to keep strong. Although you may think you may not need it, you will be glad when you’re your parents’ age.
Don’t skip breakfast. It’s the most important meal of the day because it gives you that initial boost of energy you’ll be using for the rest of the day. If you’re not a breakfast person, leadership speakers recommend trying having just a little something, like a banana, instead of a full meal.
Although you’re living on your own and don’t need much of your mother’s help or guidance, leadership speakers still take to heart what their mothers said about eating a healthy and balanced diet.
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