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How Real Good Health is More than Just Developing Your Muscles

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Real good health always comes with fitness. But that's not all. Real good health is more than just developing your muscles. Do you know that lots of muscled men and sexy ladies are lonely and stressed?

They're not stressed just because of a hectic daily schedule. They're stressed because of loneliness. And the remedy to loneliness is not having a sex partner or even marriage. If you marry for happiness, you may be in for a big disappointment--not all marriages end up happy. And sex is just a momentary satisfaction--and can even sometimes lead to boredom. I've talked to folks who have experienced that.

In fact, I've read accounts of real stories how fit people who frequented gyms almost died of heart problems--as a result of stress and loneliness. Can you believe that? One reason is the need to be accepted or recognized. They badly need recognition and the assurance that people like them a lot, so they always try to prove their worth--to no avail. They still cannot get the kind of recognition they want from people.

They stress over that and become lonely--and these are super fit guys that live half their lives in the gym. They may look healthy and fit, but in reality they're suffering serious health problems.

Remember, serious stress can be damaging to health and fatal. Unhealthy stress like that produces free radicals that destroy body cells and later, whole body organs and systems. Then you realize you're too sickly too late.

Thus, real good health is more than just developing your muscles.

The good news is, real good health is cheap. You need not spend a lot of money to have it. That works out cheap health and fitness with middle income budget for you!

Once you get The Basic Secret to Real Good Health and Fitness, you can go on with your fitness workouts and health diets smoothly--being a whole, happy, mature and well-balanced person inside and out, with self confidence based not on people's acceptance or recognition, but on an inner peace.

Genuine inner peace is a rare and precious commodity these days. And no, you can't buy it with money. But you can buy some tips on how to have it. Well, in a way, inner peace has a price--it will cost you probably half, if not all, your life.

Then you can stop trying to prove your worth and get mostly healthy stress all your life.

So, watch out for my coming e-book, "The Basic Secret to Real Good Health and Fitness."

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