When I think of health it is just not the absence of disease it has many dimensions including social. A picture of social health includes other people: getting outside the house, acknowledging people while walking or in public places, being a group, doing things with others, volunteering, going to church, family.
Information about nutrition and fitness allows informed choices to be made. For family life this can mean choosing different foods and activities to enhance yourself and others.
I only just realized that Sparkpeople is social media. I am still learning how it supports me maybe I need instruction on how to make it real. It is still virtual to me. There is interaction but their is nothing like the real thing, interacting with other people face to face.
I like to be supported by interactions.