Is E-Mail Making You Lazy?

Although I love technology and all the wonderful things it can do -- in addition to making a valuable connection with you to protect your health -- these conveniences can sometimes be a mixed blessing. In fact, some believe the daily use of e-mail may have unfortunately jump-started the sedentary lifestyles that have led to the obesity epidemic.

Moreover, one international heart expert believes our society is losing "millions of hours of exercise through the explosion of e-mail" that has created a screen slave culture in many offices.

Interestingly, this expert estimated boosting activity levels merely by 10 percent could save as many as 6,000 lives in England alone. Imagine all the lives around the world that could be saved by doing so little...

That's why some physicians have turned to writing prescriptions for exercise, instead of potentially toxic medicines, to treat obesity. It's also far more logical, inexpensive and can radically reduces your risk of most every chronic disease known to man.

With that in mind, I urge you to take a look at my recently revised exercise guidelines to learn more about exercise debt, and how exercise can actually cause one to go into permanent remission for diabetes.

BBC News October 17, 2005

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