An emerging trend has been taking place across our country regarding what true health is. Many people have health problems, or issues, but few people are able to define “health” accurately. “Health” is generally known as a healthy state of wellbeing, free from disease or injury. So how do we as Americans take responsibility for our own health and wellbeing? The answer is, we often don’t. When our bodies are unhealthy, it contributes to lack a wellness in our lives. The use of food as a comfort measure contributes to a lack of wellness, when overuse occurs. What can we do to learn to be more responsible for our choices that contribute to our health and wellness?