One of the oldest yet common saying is ‘Health is Wealth’. As days and years pass by, various issues concerning health conditions is being addressed in human society. There are issues regarding having daily exercise, quitting smoking, abstaining from excessive alcoholism, drinking enough water, eating fruits and vegetables, having healthy diet, and so forth. But since food is one of the basic needs of man to survive, it is always a chief focus of scientists and doctors concerning the health of every individual. One specific thing regarding food in relation to man’s health is the diet; perhaps, health eating habits.
Statistics show that even in the adolescents, percentage of those with high regularity and high healthiness in eating habits is lower than those with unhealthy and irregular eating habits (Bonino, Cattelino, and Ciairano 236). Another book titled ‘Fitness and Wellness’ also asserts that to prevent too much weight gains, and other unpleasant and uncomfortable health conditions, a person must change his/her dietary habits (Hoeger and Hoeger 226). This is the reality that man’s diet in relation to his/her health condition is a common problem to all. Thus, these statements raise a question, ‘How can one change his eating habits?’ Much information has been said over the years, and it is true that countless scientists and doctors already made adequate research on how to have a healthy lifestyle; they already had many admonitions to every individual to follow their health advices and guidelines. This is a big question that becomes a burden to all. Even in terms of children’s diets, one question many people had after reading the book ‘Eat, Drink, and Be Healthy’, is how to apply the latest knowledge and guidelines to their children (Walker 2). This should be a statement that needs to be solved; “How can one who experiences a bad health condition because of irregular and unhealthy food intake, change his/her diet or eating habits?”