No matter what anyone says, there is no magic bullet for health and fitness. But it doesn’t have to be complicated either, says Tim Anderson. The health, fitness and nutrition industries seem to operate in absolutes. Eat eggs, they are good for you. Don’t eat eggs, they are bad for your heart. Drink coffee, it is good for your brain. Don’t drink coffee, it is killing you. Train with kettlebells, it is the only tool you need to become strong. Be careful with kettlebells, they could injure your back.