Try It Out

Now that you’ve went through the module of physical health, it’s time to reflect on what you’ve learned and how you’ll put it into practice in your life!

In this section, we will guide you in a Try It Out lecture – it focuses on your own physical health. Throughout the video, we’ll prompt you to stop and jot down your thoughts. Follow along with your Whole-Person Health Journal.

After this exploration, we encourage you to complete the provided activities to put what you’ve learned into practice.

Make Sense of Your Physical Health Journey

Here we summarize what you’ve learned and help you reflect on how you might apply it to your own life.

Apply What You’ve Learned

Use the following activities to put what you’ve learned about physical health into practice. These activities are valuable exercises to support your personal growth. Choose an activity to get started.

Plan Your Rest

This activity will help you track your moments of rest throughout the day and encourage you to plan for additional moments of rest.

Multidimensional Aspects of Physical Health

This activity will help you reflect on the multidimensional aspects of nutrition, rest, and sleep and guide you in taking action steps in these areas of whole-person health.

Explore New Foods

This activity will introduce you to the benefits of nutrient-dense foods and challenge you to try new recipes using nourishing ingredients.


Here’s a recap of what you learned in Module 2.

  • Physical health is often the easiest entry point to whole-person health because it’s the most concrete. However, it’s important to remember that both the strategies and benefits it offers are multidimensional.
  • Food choice and nutrition is bio-individual. How you choose to nourish your body will be based on your health, lifestyle, social factors, beliefs, goals, preferences, and more.
  • The healthy nutrition basics are helpful starting points for identifying food habits that support physical health and immunity.
  • Understanding and honoring your natural circadian and ultradian rhythms are an important part of fighting fatigue and feeling rested.
  • Small, sustainable shifts that support physical health can easily be integrated into your life in ways that work best for you.