Free Miracle Weight Reduction and Stress Relief Program

Why is it that America, the wealthiest nation on earth is plagued with obesity, stress and depression? Billions of dollars are spent every year to battle these problems at health clubs, in stores on diet foods and on costly pharmaceuticals.

Through research and practice, I have discovered a simple cure for this trio of evils menacing America today. That is to get up off your behind and go outside.

Somehow, we’ve made a boogieman out of sunshine. We’ve been warned so often that sunshine = melanoma that many of us have over- reacted to the point that the only time spent outdoors is going from the house to the car. Yet, Vitamin D, freely and easily available from sunshine is necessary for the absorption of calcium which helps metabolize fats.

Long-term insufficiency of Vitamin D reduces the body’s ability to absorb calcium and can lead to osteoporosis. Studies suggest that a lack of Vitamin D can lead to arthritis, fibromyalgia, chronic pain, PMS, hypertension, birth defects and cancer.

It has long been known that the absence of natural light causes a form of depression called Seasonal Affective disorder for the discovery that folks up north who must endure a long, dark winter often become depressed. People spending an inordinate amount of time indoors create their own self-induced Seasonal Affective Disorder.

Exercise, so easily and pleasantly taken outside through walking, gardening, jogging or running elevate your mood by increasing metabolism.

The American Psychological Association asserts that sedentary people suffer higher rates of anxiety and depression that physically active people. According to the Journal of Neuroscience, active mice deprived of exercise developed unhealthy cravings for food, sex and drugs.

Amazing, isn’t it? Grandmother was right all along. The best thing in the world for health and happiness is fresh air and sunshine and exercise. Sometimes the best things in life are free.

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