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IN Health & Fitness ON 15 Sep, 2015
Health is very important. It is our primary concern to be healthy and fit because with that we can do a lot of stuff better and being unhealthy is a burden not only on us but also on others around us. We need to keep ourselves healthy and fit to make ourselves better in every sphere because that is something which can give us an edge over the others. Since childhood, the importance of being healthy and the ways to become healthy is taught to us by almost everyone around us, be it teachers, family, doctors or parents.
Many people follow the methods given and try to stay fit in life. But many people just want to do something different and their ideas are literally annoying. But we find dude people almost everywhere nowadays. They irritate us a lot but sadly we cannot just eliminate them from the society, we have to sit there and suffer because well we don't have a choice. These people doing anything is very annoying for the other person to see or many times even think about it.
These people suddenly start to judge you only because you're on a healthy diet now and that you are not. You are still the one who eats the 'unhealthy' type of food. It's okay for you because you love that food and you will keep on loving that food. Food is something we all love obviously, I mean no arguments there. But the idea that people tell you not to eat it so much or the way or something is what is really annoying.
Quotes they use like "No pain, No gain" "Eat clean or train mean" and much more like that isn't really inspirational in any way, they are annoying in every way. It's okay we get it that you are on a diet and you want to make a body, but that doesn't mean we want to see what you're doing and how your body looks like. We can do without it seriously, we are happy that you're healthy. Please be happy with that.
When on a diet, these people maybe tend to believe that they are some kind of learned people who now know everything. These people will go around everyone writing huge statuses which are going advice or you can say their schedule about what to eat and what not to eat. They also tell you go the food effects you. Thank you, doctors, we've learnt a lot from your status. Tell me how do we cure cancer? Please, people, you're not a doctor or dietician or a sage, your advice is as useful as a 1$ note to Bill Gates.
Oh, if something encompasses the idea of gross and annoying it has got to be the mirror selfies. People taking mirror selfies in the gym or in their washroom where you can see their abs and how they're developing. Wow, these people believe that everyone is obsessed with their body and wants to see it. It's good to be proud of your body and the development you're making, it's bad to be annoying about it.
If you've found something that is extremely annoying on the Internet, especially social networking websites is the pictures of Before and After that the people post. Understand your progress means nothing to us and the comment about congratulation and stuff are only present because people have to socially accept you. Also, what annoys a lot is when the picture is weekly to show the world the progress which they can't really see because sometimes it doesn't exist and it's rude to tell them the truth. You can't go from a fatty to a skinny in a week people.
When on a health diet, it is difficult to see the other person having something which isn't healthy, so most people suggest to not to each such stuff and replace it by some healthy vegetables. It's okay to even go ahead post some of those annoying pictures of the healthy food that you're eating. But what is really a big problem is the fact that the judgement goes too high. You start attaching some terms to something and do nobody knows what. Understand, the other person doesn't care what they eat as long as they like it. Your attitude and "superior" knowledge about it will not change anything. Also, understand that your judgement are something they don't really care about. You can use an alternative and not just do it, please.
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