Live Longer, Stronger and Healthier

There’s nothing more important than getting out and walking. I don’t care if it’s 5 minutes, 10 minutes, 20 minutes, you want to work up to 25 or 30 minutes a day. Walking gets your body going, get your joints nice and loose. But what about our mind?

Live Longer, Stronger and Healthier
Live Longer, Stronger and Healthier

All that stress, our cortisol levels our adrenaline, just weakening our body, weakening our system, causing inflammation. Well, guess what? Walking burns that adrenaline, burns that cortisol, gets our bodies nice and relaxed, gets our brain to relax, secretes endorphins, gets our mind, body and soul in one again.

And what about your cardiovascular system? Your heart, your coronary arteries, your arteries, that’s the blood that pumps throughout your entire body. That’s the oxygen that makes its way to all the cells. That’s what keeps you healthy.

Walking lowers your bad cholesterol, your low density lipoproteins, it raises your good cholesterol, your high density lipoproteins, it lowers triglycerides, it lowers blood pressure.

This is going to make all the difference when it comes to losing weight, burning calories, getting rid of that belly fat, increasing your metabolic rate, so you can stay healthy, so you can take stress off your heart, just keep walking. And when you’re walking in the sun, that sun beating on our skin, that vitamin D, the skin converts it to vitamin D. That builds our immune system.

Vitamin D is needed to get calcium into the bones. We can have strong bones. That walking is going to strengthen your bones, called wolf’s law. And while walking, you can be a little creative. You can walk backwards, put different stress on different parts of your body, strengthening your quadriceps, releasing the sacred iliac joints, strengthening your knee joints. Just try to have more coordination, better balance for the brain.

Be creative. Take a couple of minutes and just change it up and you’ll see great things that your body’s going to do for you. And after you eat your meals and your sugar starts to raise up, yes, we eat those processed and refined foods, which we know is not good for us.

Well, walking will help lower your glucose levels. It will prevent and help your insulin resistance. It will make you more insulin sensitive. And we know that excess sugars in our bloodstream increases insulin. And too much insulin allows our body to start storing fat.

And as you walk, you’re going to lower your insulin levels. And what does that mean? That means you’re going to allow your body to burn fat easier and prevent fat storage from occurring. Walking can help prevent dementia in our brain, our memory.

It allows you to focus better, it allows you to concentrate, it helps prevent Alzheimer’s. It gives you more coordination, more balance. So if you feel like you’re off, you feel like you’re lightheaded, you feel like you’re foggy, start walking. Because miracles can happen in your body. And when it comes to your digestive system, there’s nothing like walking.

This will help your digestion significantly. It will help remove that bloating, that retention of water or salts that you’re holding on to. This will actually help increase peristalsis in the colon. And if you’re constipated, if you’re not going regularly, just walking will get things moving.

So start walking after your meals when you can, and your body will show you lots of love. And what about our stresses, our anxieties, depression? Walking can do wonderful things for you. Increasing dopamine, serotonin, as well as those endorphins, giving us that high feeling, that relaxed feeling, that feeling like life is beautiful.

So look at the big picture. It’s your health. It’s your future. It’s your life. You have one body. And where are you going to live if you wear it out? Walking will do wonderful things for your health. Just jump around, feel the breeze. Feel how light you can feel.

Be grateful of what’s in front of you, what you can see, what you can touch, what you believe. Just wind down, get out. In nature, you’re blessed. We’re all blessed. And regardless of how much you can or can’t walk, just try to do your best.

Any walking is better than no walking. Just try to build up the 20 minutes, 25 minutes, 30 minutes. If it’s every day or every other day. As you continue to walk, you will feel tremendous changes in your health and in your mind. I want to thank you for taking this long journey with me.

And I want you to know that everyone has their obstacles that we have to face in life. And if there’s one thing I want you to know, is that don’t ever, ever give up. Make it a great day. I’m Dr. Alan Mandel.

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