Obviously one of the best ways to stay fit is to eat right. That means maximize nutrition and minimize things like fat, salt, white sugar and cholesterol. Plenty of both aerobic and anaerobic exercise is important and getting enough quality sleep is critical, too. But the benefits of eating good food cannot be over stated. This may well be the most important and most-overlooked health benefit, and watching out for it keeps us on our toes to do the best job we can working at our Smith’s School of English conversation schools, mine in Kotoen ( スミス英会話 甲東園 ). Happily I know the students at my Smith’s school all care about my health as much as their own.
In our fast-paced lifestyle, eating out and especially eating fast food impacts everyone greatly. Sometimes it just isn’t possible to buy groceries and cook and wash dishes, especially when it requires that everyone is at home at the same time, a feat to behold in this day and age. When we’re young we don’t realize it much, but as the years add on the benefits of healthy eating become more and more noticeable. Maybe we’re all just extra busy with our 英会話 English Conversation lessons and don’t have time!
Nutrition from eating out, and even from eating at GOOD restaurants, is nowhere near in the same league as eating fresh produce at home. So preparing ethnic food at home using top-grade ingredients is kind of a hobby for us now and we have never felt better. You should do it!
Martin Werner Zander
Smith’s School of English in Kotoen 月謝制 Monthly Tuition Conversation School