Most often in life it is what we do day after day and over time that has the greatest impact on our lives.
The link at the bottom of this article, will take you to a Journal with an article called - Eating Clean: Unintended Consequences, by Nancy Clark
We all know or should know the benefits of exercise, yet most of us are not participating in a regular exercise program. The answer that I hear most often as to why someone is not doing regular exercise relates to not having enough time.
"...clinical trials in the most arthritic subgroups demonstrated equal pain relief between glucosamine and chondroitin and expensive anti-inflammatory drugs."
As I read such stories, I become very troubled that a human being fighting for his or her life must spend so much time navigating the health care system. Instead of focusing on life, surviving and family a person with a terrible disease, and in this case, even an insider with good insurance must fight the system and potentially wake up questioning whether or not living should be the goal.
As the search for the optimal diet continues, this article suggests that a high carb diet might be the answer for a long and healthy life.
For both a healthy planet and our personal health cutting red meat and excessive sugar consumption may be necessary.
The link below will take the reader to an interesting piece on weight loss. The take home is that diet(caloric intake) is the primary problem. Too many calories going in and not enough going out.
We can save our planet one decision at a time, preserve our health and still live the life that we enjoy.
As the year comes to an end, I challenge all of my readers to do at least one thing for their health every day.