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Running-Biking-Exercise-Health And The State Of Our Economy

Can running help reverse our economic issues?

Can biking help reverse our economic issues?

Can exercise help reverse our economic issues?

Can giving a damn about your health help reverse our economic issues?

Mike Adams at provides and interesting read that answers “YES” to all four questions above.

Check out the article – The Failing U.S. Economy is Not a Financial Problem, It’s a Health Problem

How can this be?

One simple point he mentions is our medical system is based on disease and profit. Where is the focus on health?

All the pharmaceutical drugs that are literally pushed on people rarely have a long term positive affect. Have you noticed when people are on one drug, they often have a handful more to deal with the side effects of the first drug whether they realize the association or not. There may be times when a pharmaceutical drug may be necessary to WOW your system in the short term but long term usage really needs to be questioned and understood.

I don’t blame the doctors because this is the training given throughout their schooling (largely funded by big Pharma) and is only what they know. Some traditional medical doctors are also becoming aware that there are more options available besides what they have been taught. This is a great thing!

Does a legally drugged up, unhealthy society lead to a productive, empowered society. Clearly the answer is no. Let’s learn from our mistakes and move towards a brighter future for all. We are all in this together.

This limiting paradigm needs to change and soon.

So keep…running…biking…exercising…and giving a damn about your health. Your body, pocketbook, and country will thank you.

Happy Training!

About the author

David Hanenburg David Hanenburg is the passionate dirt-lovin' creator of Endurance Buzz and has been playing in the endurance sports world since 2000 after knockin' the dust off of his Trek 950 hardtail thanks to a friend asking to go ride some local dirt. In 2007 he ran his first ultra on the trails and fell in love with the sport and its people. For more information on David's endurance sports journey, check out the About page.

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