|Do you think it is expensive to eat whole grown food from the grocery store and do most of your shopping on the perimeter of the store itself where most of the food is fresh and actually REAL food? Do you think you don’t have time to workout? Do you think it takes too much time to food prep? Too much effort to go to bed a decent hour to ensure you get enough sleep to combat out of “whack” hormones? Do you think it’s silly to invest in supplementation that helps give you a more convenient source of quality nutrition, so you can save time and effort with your food choices?
Do you think all of the above “questions” are a challenge to answer with “no”. You are correct. It will take a series of hard decisions for you to truly invest in your health. But what you really have to keep in mind is that $150 to a gym membership isn’t so expensive when you cancel your cable. Spending an extra $50 a month at the store to buy fresh food isn’t a stretch when you stop going to Starbucks everyday. Not having the time to make it to the gym gets a lot easier when you don’t feel entitled to sit for hours in front of your TV or computer watching something that adds no value to the life you wish to live. And investing in $150 of supplements a month that help you sleep better, get the micro nutrients you need and save you time doesn’t sound crazy when you want an improved quality of life. You have the means to invest in your health, but you have to want to make it a priority. It may not seem like its important now, but again look at the statistics from paragraph 2. If you don’t make proper investments in your health now, you will exponentially pay for it later through a lesser quality life, health insurance premiums, medical bills and prescriptions and that is why you can’t put a price on health.