What’s The Single Best Thing We Can Do For Our Health?

by Barry Hill

Exercise to improve health.

Why Exercising is Good for our Health

Dr. Mike Evans has a prescription that will help remedy many different health problems, including: arthritis, alzheimer’s, diabetes, menopause symptoms, anxiety, depression, fatigue, and so on.  AND, it will simply make you feel good!  Who doesn’t want that?!

Studies show that “low fitness” is the strongest predictor of death, beating out smoking, high cholesterol, hypertension, obesity and diabetes. Obesity combined with inactivity is an especially bad combination.

Other studies have also shown that sleep also helps prevent future diseases and disorders (insomnia, panic attacks, depression, etc.). Think about it, the more one sleeps the better a person will react through out their day. Of course exercising will be of big help too. Health should always be a be factor for anyone.

Watch his interesting video “23 and a 1/2 Hours” to see why he believes that exercise is the best medicine for what ails you – and prepare to be surprised by how little exercise you actually need to achieve significant improvements in health and reductions in risk factors.

Limit your sitting and sleeping to 23 and a half hours

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Susan Critelli January 23, 2013 - 4:35 pm

What a great video! And best of all, I think even I could do this. I knew I really needed to exercise, but am surprised that it doesn’t have to be the ordeal I thought it would be.

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"How Did I Get Like This?" - FINALLY Inspired to Exercise » FitBehavior February 9, 2013 - 7:23 pm

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