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I grew up in Greece, where people eat lots of fruits and vegetables, a lot of fish, and a lot–I mean a lot–of olive oil. Even healthier was the attitude people had toward their food: one of celebration, gratitude, and nourishment. Unfortunately, many women today look at food as the enemy and restrict themselves to impossible diets that leave them hungry, irritable, and unhappy. The key to life is moderation and balance: eat food that will nourish you, get plenty of sleep, and find some kind of exercise you enjoy.

Do you treat your body as the temple that it is? What parts are you grateful for? Are there ways you can take better care of it, while at the same time feeding your inward self, too?

–Arianna Huffington

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