In this age of information, people often know what to do to be healthy. There are websites, articles, podcasts, videos, lectures, webinars, classes and books about exercise and healthy eating within reach of most of us. Essentially, these resources remind us that we need to move more and eat well. Some resources also suggest specific routines to follow, along with step-by-step or bite-by bite-instructions. For most health seekers, however, general knowledge and specific instructions of WHAT to do and even HOW to do it isn’t always enough to make the changes they desire.
In the midst of a rich array of information and options, many people also have questions about the efficacy and relevance of the proposed solutions. How reliable are these resources? How accessible are they? How can they be adapted to fit each person and situation? What are current concepts in weight management and exercise? What approaches and attitudes best promote lifestyle behavior change? What are the risks? We may also be unclear about how to get started, how to cope with setbacks or how to overcome obstacles of time and resources.
Khush Multipurpose Society’s role as a health promoter and educator, and an active partner in helping people make healthy lifestyle choices for living more fruitful life.