When it comes to your health, ask yourself this question:
“Am I proactive or reactive?”
Being reactive means taking action only when you’re in pain or sick.
Being proactive means doing what it takes to maintain good health.
Being reactive means getting up off the couch because your family member or friend told you so.
Being proactive means getting up off the couch and being active because you want to and you know it is good for you!
Being reactive means grabbing the quickest source of sugary sweets to combat a stressful moment.
Being proactive means eating healthy food (including healthy fats) when you’re hungry and when you need it most to properly maintain healthy stress levels.
Reactive = Symptoms
Being reactive can often be tied to symptoms. When you experience pain, this symptom tells you that something’s wrong and needs to be corrected. Correcting the cause of the symptom takes a level of commitment and sacrifice.
It takes being proactive.
No matter where you are on the reactive/proactive spectrum, we are committed to helping you maintain a healthy lifestyle.