Right out of college with majors in speech and economics I had 45 days to earn a bit of money before being drafted. I worked for a great company that put me in the industrial engineering department on the night shift in a weld shop counting welds made by welders. The company needed the data.
The soldier who kept data on draftees wrote in my folder that I WAS AN INDUSTRIAL ENGINEER with four years of College and a diploma.For two years I was in the office of the Quarter Master General Far East located in Tokyo Japan. This is the bunch that gets food and supplies to Armed Forces when and where it must be, based on DATA.
The dictionary says DATA is the accumulation of facts and statistics for reference and analysis. In my case nobody ever checked the facts or analysis of me.
Since June 12,2006 I have walked over 28,000,000 steps and have recorded this daily data on a program called WALKERTRACKER. Today there are better ways to accumulate this data on HEALTH APP.
“KEEPING DATA AND NOT USING IT IS STUPID but KEEPING DATA AND USING IT EFFECIENTLY AND EFFECTIENTLY IS PRICELESS” r e bob moore.
I use Google for research in this fast changing field of Health and Wellness.
Our bodies need two fuels, food and water. Our bodies must do two functions, walk and sleep.
WA FO WA SL is my health and wellness war cry. I want to dismantle the sickness, illness and chronic disease industry.
As we start the 21st century the data is coming faster and clearer every day. Let’s use it efficiently and effectively.
WATER (WA) drink a little more water and less sugar drinks every day until that day we stop drinking sugar drinks.
FOOD (FO) eat at least 6 fresh or fresh frozen fruits and veggies and nuts every day.
WALK (WA) walk briskly for twenty to 40 minutes every day.
SLEEP (SL) get at least 7 or more hours of sleep every day.
That is the starting point of a healthy lifestyle. As more data comes in, constantly tweak and improve and change your life style.
“99% OF BEING SMART IS KNOWING WHAT I AM DUMB AT” r e moore
Healthy Living is not a destination, but is a roller coaster up and down, sometimes bumpy journey.
It is never too late to start. I started “thinking about it” in the 1990s weighing 256 and blood pressure of 204/105. On June 12, 2006 at 75 years’ old I started using the best data available to test, use, tweak, adjust, and change my way of living. Today I am 100 pounds lighter and the blood pressure is OK.
Today I seek advice only from those who walk the walk and check the DATA source.
Based on the latest DATA here is a great way to start.
Stan Up -Run in place while wiggling and giggling for 30 seconds.
Blow out all the air from your lungs, pushing with your belly muscles. Take a deep breath, yawn, smile, and sit down.
The DATA says this is a great way to start a healthy Life Style.