We are what we eat it is difficult to have a healthy psyche if we do not have a healthy body.What we chose to eat and chose not to eat has a great effect on our health. Here we inquire into or Health choices what we desire to eat and how we exercise. All sports spectator and participatory are categorized here.
What is the best food on a hot summer day?
What is the worst flavor of ice cream?
What is the strangest food you have ever eaten?
What is your favorite condiment?
What is the ideal comfort food?
What is the most important meal of the day?
What do you do for exercise?
What Olympic sport would you like to try?
What is the most disgusting thing you have ever eaten?
What was the first thing you learned to cook?
What is your favorite dessert?
What disease frightens you?
What is your favorite salty snack?
If you could have a drink with someone from history who would it be?
What vegetable do you hate?
What is the worst physical pain you have ever been in?
Who taught you to cook?
What did your father like to cook?
What food would you starve without?
Have you ever won a trophy?
What is the longest you have slept at one time?
What restaurant do you love even though you know you shouldn't?
What goals do you have for your health?
What food makes you think of Christmas?
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