As we develop from being an infant to child to teenager and then finally adult, we've been on a learning curve of "Learning."
Our parents and grandparents usually have had the most profound effect on our lives followed schoolteachers, the tough kid in school, the pretty cheerleader, the good looking athlete, the first relationship then our husband or wife and of course our children.
When we reach midlife we have hopefully accumulated an enormous amount of knowledge and experience to guide us the rest of the way.
Unfortunately we are also fed information that is not to our best interest for our health and well being.
All the things that we have 'learned' seem to have been forgotten. As kids our parents and teachers encouraged us to 'go outside and play' and we did. Today we are advised to exercise more as we reach midlife yet we seem reluctant. We eat in a hurry, so fast food drive thru restaurants are provided. Then were provided with a pill to help us lose the weight. If we don't 'go outside and play' and keep eating fast unhealthy foods our later life will be debilitating at best.
Don't forget the wonderful things you learned through out your life.
It's so easy: Eat less and Exercise more, nothing to it!!
Keep it Simple, Consistent and Fun.