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 is more important than a good night's sleep
Where does a good night's sleep rank on your priorities?
What was the lowest stress job you have had?
How do you manage stress?
If you are feeling sad, what food or meal would cheer you up?
What do you think makes a person good-looking?
When have you had too much of a good thing?
When was the last time you felt like you had enough sleep?
What song motivates you when you are exercising?
What food is the most fun to eat?
What food is too much work for you to eat?
Do you still like to play with your food?
Are you affected by jetlag?
What food reminds you of your grandmother/grandfather?
What food looks a lot better than it tastes?
When you have a sweet tooth what food do you crave?
When was the nicest meal you have ever eaten?
If you were going to get a tattoo, what would it be and where?
If you where on death row, what would you want your last meal to be?
When was the last time you ate way too much?
What do you do when you cannot sleep?
Is there a food you hope you never eat again?
What would motivate you to run a marathon?
Is it easier to win or lose with grace?
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