That’s a pretty good question.
Google it and you get about 4,160,000,000 results.
It’s defined as “the state of being free from illness or injury.”
If you ask me, that’s a pretty crappy definition.
“Free from illness or injury.”
So, if I’m not sick or hurt, I’m considered healthy?
Seems like a pretty low standard to me.
Basically, if nothing is wrong, you’re healthy.
But, how do we define “wrong” in this context?
In Western medicine, that’s basically without disease.
There can be a LOT of things not right and you can still be without disease.
So, if you’re on a path to disease but don’t actually have a disease you’re considered healthy…
Does that make any sense?
It sure as hell doesn’t to me.
How about you?
On today’s episode of The Transformation Show, Janell and I get into this and we discuss different aspects of health…
…including ways you can easily measure and evaluate those aspects of your health.
Janell and I are all about looking at health from a holistic aspect and doing what we can to create optimal health.
Here’s something really fascinating…
Search OPTIMAL HEALTH in the Google Dictionary:
NOTHING COMES UP!
I thought something had to be off so I refreshed my screen and tried again…
It doesn’t even recognize the term!
No wonder the state of “health” in our country is such a disaster…
If you’d like to look at health from a more holistic viewpoint and strive to create optimal health for yourself, I encourage you to listen to today’s episode of The Transformation Show: