• Caroline Rubin

What You Put In, Is What You Get Out

Updated: Apr 12

There is no truer statement in life than what you put in, is what you get out. Whoever says that you can acheive your goals without putting any effort in is a straight-up liar. Everything in life takes effort. If you are not willing to put in that extra effort, you have no chance at achieving what you want.

As a teenage girl, there is this belief that we cannot change something we don't like about ourselves, we say "it is what it is" and learn to live with it. The truth is, you hold the power to change anything you don't like about yourself, but only if you put in the effort.

This statement of what you put in is what you get out directly correlates to our nutrition and the way we look and feel. If we put junk into our bodies, our bodies will make us feel like junk. But if we eat healthy, wholesome, and energizing food , our bodies will thank us.

Clean eating affects our nails, our hair, and skin, and practically every part of the body. Clean eating can clear our mind and focus our thoughts, and give us energy to conquer the day.

But of course, like anything worth while in life, Clean Eating takes effort initially. However, once it becomes a habit, it's easy! The difference between eating well and eating badly is that eating badly is a downward spiral. If you start out eating badly, your body becomes in worse and worse shape both physically and mentally. However, eating well is a upward spiral. The more you do it, the better you feel and the happier you become. So, though you have to give some effort to jumpstart this healthy eating spiral, it is so worth it to see what you have accomplished and the change you have made.


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