Maintaining a proper diet, exercise, and an all-around healthy lifestyle isn’t easy. Luckily, we have an internet full of people who share the same frustrations.

For everyone out there who knows the struggle of integrating a healthy routine into their lives, these jokes will be beyond relatable.

This tweet understands the key to every 'health kick.'

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Always a good rule of thumb to follow when dieting! Don't eat at fast food restaurants...via drive-thru.

Are you ready for a major revelation on salads?

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Why salad is in fact a menace to society: a study. If you really wanted to be healthy, you'd stick to french fries, right?

Resist the siren's call of comfort foods.

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Well, Mac and Cheese is a notoriously slippery slope.
Don't tell me what I have to do!

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We've all been there; it's important to get outside and stretch out your muscles, but Netflix can be so darn compelling.

How to discover the true meaning of life...

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Some people know the hard truths of life. What's the point without chocolate?

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Even the best laid plans don't always work out.

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This list wouldn't be complete without a few food puns. Plenty of people know the temptations of the 'seafood' diet.

Having a nice, healthy salad is all well and good, but sometimes you something unconventional to spice it up.

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There have got to be some playlists out there specially made for this relatable dilemma.

The internet is home to plenty of Kermit memes concerning (or disparaging) personal health.

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We know that tricky inner voice all too well, Kermit.

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Who hasn't thought about this? Workouts are grueling, and pizza is delicious.

An accurate assessment of exercise progress:

Hey, those wristbands are tough. Plenty of people need a pair of scissors!

Anna Kendrick understands the struggles all too well.

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Compiling a list of healthy foods to cook is so satisfying, but actually working up the time and energy to prepare them is another matter entirely.

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That's definitely how low-carb diets work, tbh.

Of course, some sources of information are not constructive enough with too much criticism.

The ultimate call-out for those 'healthy living' magazines. A healthy lifestyle is important, but so is self-love (regardless of where you're at in life).

That's the magic of eating a vegetable.

It's amazing how quickly we start looking for results after finally eating something nutritious.
That's correct proportioning, right? We could've sworn dietitians recommended five servings a day.

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And sometimes the world just aligns against us.

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Honestly, though, what's even in those rainbow power drinks?

Some people doubt the real-world effects of food documentaries.

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It always feels so enlightening to watch show-all documentaries, but practicing what you preach is difficult when it comes to comfort food.

This tweet has a hot tip for aspiring runners.

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There's nothing like some constructive reinforcement for perfecting that workout technique!
Isn't this what people mean by eating healthy? No? Still delicious.

The real health device we all need.

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We're pretty sure anti-junk food hand-slappers would sell like crazy if they actually existed.

Be the change you want to see?

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Honestly one of the most relatable tweets in the group. (Just remember that appearances are nothing beside genuine self-care.)