It doesn’t matter what you fill in the blank, the concept is the same. While there are foods that are certainly bad for you, the more significant issue is the lost opportunity for something better. None of us would invest our money in something where we asked “is this company really that bad for my portfolio?” Heck no, we would invest that hard earned cash in the opportunity that would provide the best return on our investment.

Stop asking whether ‘something is really that bad for you’ and start to value your health like you would your other nest eggs. Easy-come easy-go applies just as readily to your health as it does to your portfolio. The more appropriate question as it pertains to your health is whether this is the best option available to me at this time.

Choose well.

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