Daily Archives: March 5, 2014



Your genetics, the kind of food and drink which you consume, the kind of job that you have, the drugs which you use habitually are all responsible for how healthy you are or will be in life.

Some humans are born unhealthy with allergies, inherited illnesses such as systic fibrosis and sclerosis, and bad immune systems. You can’t cure inherited illnesses but sometimes can mask some of the symptoms with drugs.

Longevity is also primarily genetically based because you can find few humans who smoke, drink alcohol, and abuse their health in other ways and still live to be 90. Others don’t smoke, don’t drink alcohol, eat a normal diet and die at 40 from a heart attack or cancer and have family members who also die young.

The kind of food which you eat also determines to a large extent how long you will live. 100 years ago few humans died of heart attacks or cancer but succumbed to other illnesses. Today more die of heart attacks and cancer and different processed food, drink, and the additives and pollutants which come with it are the major causes of ill health.

The kind of job which you have also has a great impact on your health. Joint wear and tear, on the job pollution, job injuries, and a sedentary job can all have bad effects on your health and longevity.

Finally addictions to prescription synthetic drugs, smoking, drug and alcohol abuse can all ruin your health eventually and even cause sudden death with overdoses.


Your genes, what you eat, the drugs which you habitually take, the exercise that you get, and accidents all determine how healthy you will be and how long you live. If you feel helpless and don’t know what to do then eat as much certified organic food as possible, don’t use synthetic drugs for extended periods of time, and get some moderate exercise which may only be walking fast about 3 times a week for about 20 minutes. It won’t guarantee you perfect health but it will be better than if you didn’t do those things in your life.


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Sports have a long history and it was originally the domain of the wealthy who didn’t do manual labor but could focus their attention on athletic ability.

Today team sports are big business with player celebrities. The result of this big money has led to sports corruption and cheating in the form of steroid use, falsified academic grades, game fixing, and hedonism of major athletes.

Some sports cause many accidental sports injuries which is the result of humans trying to set records or pushing themselves beyond their physical limitations. The Olympic goal of trying to set new record performances has led to risky behavior and many sports injuries which ruin an athlete’s physical health which they suffer with in later years.

Sports star’s reputations have been damaged and many are no longer considered outstanding role models for the young to follow.

Team sports in public school leave many students feeling inadequate, unsatisfied, and even bored having to participate and mostly watch the glorification of star athletes over and over again.

Realistically in the modern technological age team sports for the individual are not very useful because adults rarely can get together enough team players to have a game and get some exercise. Individual sports are far more practical and can be used to get exercise more frequently and without logistic complications.

In individualized sports you compete against yourself and in the process stay physically fit and feel a sense of accomplishment. Unfortunately many team sport spectators have become couch potatoes not getting any physical benefits from the game at all.


Team sports are the source for entertainment, relaxation, and conversation for many. If you are smart then you will get pleasure from individualized sports such as fast walking, running, skating, roller skating, bicycling, skateboarding, windsurfing, surfing, skiing, snow boarding, jet skiing, bowling, and golf and an occasional exercise routine of deep knee bends, push ups, squat thrusts, etc. to relieve stress and maintain your physical health and agility.

Pair sports such as tennis, handball, and racket ball are also a good alternative if you want someone to motivate you into exercising.

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