This article will bring you to the list of the best debate topics related to health and fitness. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about it giving you some advice if you like debating with your friends. Intelligent debates can make fresh a conversation with your friends. As for me, I like to chat about interesting questions, especially about health and fitness.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of the best debate topics related to health and fitness from their list.
The first topic is What diet or form of exercise is the most effective to lose weight? All you have to do to know this is a valid debate is stand in line at the checkout and glance over at the magazines. People can’t decide if it’s better to eat no protein or all protein, eat no fat or some good fat, eat no dairy or lots of dairy, and eat no gluten or some gluten (if you don’t have celiac). There’s also the debates about what exercise works best too. The next debate topic is What’s the best listening material while exercising- podcasts, audiobooks, music? Since the audio world seems to be on the rise, podcasts and audiobooks are becoming more and more popular listening material for working out. But maybe you just need a good beat to get you going? At last, but not least we are mentioning Growing a vegetable garden saves your bank account and your health. Some people say this is the only way to bypass nasty parasites and chemicals being infused in your produce. But is it worth the hassle? As a matter of fact, I do think it is worth growing our own vegetables. Not especially related to your your bank account, but at least you really know what you eat. If we take money into consideration, I must confess it’s only worth doing it if you have a well in your garden. If not, you have to pay for the water. In this case it can be more expensive than buying your veggies. But yet – whether it’s more expensive or not, you eat bio-vegetables, and it is the most important, isn’t it?