#BookQuotes - Rebecca Scritchfield On The Myth Of Physical Appearance As Evidence Of Good Health

Most people mistakenly focus on their appearance as evidence of good health (or lack thereof), but looks have very little to do with it. You can be healthy and have cellulite, thick thighs, junk-in-the-trunk, or virtually any body shape. health is not measured physically. emotional health is an equal part of the equation.  what people mean when they say they wan "health and happiness" is they want to be well. the secret to being well is treating yourself well and establishing healthful habits you can feel good about.

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