If there’s one thing that’s really hit home over the last 12-months it’s this.
Taken from an excerpt from the book ’Blue Zones – 9 Lessons for Living Longer, From The People Who Have Lived The Longest’ by Dan Buettner.
Without a shadow of a doubt, our lifestyles are the chief determinant in how long we live.
The daily, weekly, monthly and yearly accumulation of behaviours including what we eat, watch, read, whom we hang out with all the way to how much we move … all play an instrumental role in how healthy we are right now.
These things are pretty much common sense – yet astonishingly, have been completely missing from all public health care policies worldwide at a time when its been needed the most.
But let’s face it. There have been a truckload of inconsistencies over the last 11-months.(more…)