Not investing in your health could cost you more than any financial investment you will ever make.
There are many benefits from eating healthy food, exercising regularly, and practicing some form of a mind-body connection. There are also many "reasons" why people explain that they aren't investing in their health - including the financial investment that it takes. The cost of not investing in your health on the front end could cost you much more...
Heart disease remains the number one killer in the U.S. and the average cost of open heart surgery is $324,000. The average monthly cost of cardiac disease maintenance drugs is $438 per month*. Poor diet, a sedentary lifestyle, and not properly dealing with stress are typically three of the biggest contributors to becoming overweight and putting people in a position to become at risk for heart disease.
-Invest in your health by eating non-processed, whole foods - exercising daily - and spending a few minutes per day practicing a mind-body routine
You are in charge of your health - invest in it wisely.
Have a Terrific Tuesday
*Statistics for heart disease - including; cause of death, cost of procedures, and monthly medical maintenance costs provided by the CDC (cdc.gov)