I love infographics because they get so much information across in so little time. In this one eat less; move more; live longer is demonstrated time and again: Eat for energy, exercise, get enough sleep, get fresh air….
The only thing missing is Don’t smoke.
Here are a couple of links if you decide you would like to read more on this:
How important is a good night’s sleep?
Important facts about your brain (and exercise benefits)
England had several early advocates of the curative value of sun and fresh air. Physician John Lettsom (1744-1815) prescribed sea air and sunshine for children who were suffering from tuberculosis (TB). In 1840, surgeon George Bodington noted that those who worked in the open air—farmers, plowmen, shepherds—were generally free of TB, while those who spent much of their time indoors seemed more susceptible to it.
I love this kind of information. Sunshine and fresh air are good for us. Who’da thunk it?
I think we are all hard-wired to know simple, wonderful facts like this, but the information gets lost in the myriad facts of the mental mayhem that makes up modern living. Now we have science backing up our own intuition.
I know I am going to enjoy riding my bike out in the sun even more now.