We are what we eat it is difficult to have a healthy psyche if we do not have a healthy body.What we chose to eat and chose not to eat has a great effect on our health. Here we inquire into or Health choices what we desire to eat and how we exercise. All sports spectator and participatory are categorized here.
What fitness goals do you have?
If you had to spend the rest of your life eating the food of one country, which one would it be?
What is the farthest you have ever walked?
What is your drink of choice?
What do you like to cook?
When was the last time you had a true "midnight snack"?
What did you have for Sunday dinner growing up?
What food have you eaten too much of in your life?
What food did you used to like but now hate?
Why do they still make black jellybeans?
If you could have lunch with anyone living who would it be?
If you could add a 32nd flavor of ice cream what would it be?
What junk food is your weakness?
What is the unhealthiest thing you have eaten?
What food makes a great midnight snack?
What is the longest you have been without sleeping?
Is there such a thing as too much chocolate?
What is your favorite way to get exercise?
What restaurant do you go to more than any other?
What meal was your mothers best?
What food scares you?
How old is too old?
If you could be any age how old would you be?
What story from sports inspires you?
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