It’s a no brainer that using our body is good for it. But in a technocratic world full of brain-dimmers like TV ‘programming’, most people just aren’t getting their sweat on like they should. That is of course unless they’re ironically into the new mind-masher called Pokemon Go.

There are many lies that are well established in regards to our food, such as what to eat to be healthy, how much to eat, what’s actually in our food, how nutrition-less some of it is and in which varities of food true nutrition actually exists. Then of course there’s the BS in the toxic mess of so-called modern medicine.

Essentially, we’ve been lied to a lot, particularly because it supports the pharmaceutical-medico complex and other corporate agendas.

Therefore, it’s obviously not too much of a stretch to think that what we’ve been recommended as the physical exercise required to reduce future health complications is also false; however, a new Australian study appears to have solidified it.

The current level of physical activity recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO) is 10 metabolic equivalent (MET) hours each week, which equates to about 1.75 hours of running per week. The new study conducted by researchers at the University of Queensland suggests that we need at least five times as much:

University of Queensland researcher Dr Lennert Veerman said a significant boost to physical activity level recommendations to the equivalent of 15 to 20 hours of brisk walking or six to eight hours of running a week could reduce breast and bowel cancer, diabetes, heart disease and stroke.

“Although the first minutes of activity do most for health, our research results suggest activity needs to be several times higher than current World Health Organisation (WHO) recommendations to achieve larger reductions in risks of these diseases,” Dr Veerman said.

“WHO advises a minimum total physical activity level of 10 metabolic equivalent (MET) hours a week, but the study found health gains accumulated up to levels of 50 to 70 MET-hours a week.

The researchers came to the conclusion by assessing health literature spanning several decades:

They analysed the results of 174 health studies between 1980 and 2016 and found higher levels of physical activity were linked to the reduced risk of chronic conditions.

Given the toxic food, water, air and medicine we are bombarded with by a profit-before-morality model that makes up the crony capitalism system we have today, it’s no wonder we need to go to an extra effort to cleanse them from our bodies, or avoid them completely if we can.

So this study makes sense. The more we are tainted with chemical and artificial concoctions, the harder we need to work to stop them from giving us one of many chronic illnesses. It won’t be long until we’ll have to quit our jobs and exercise full-time.

In addition, we also shouldn’t forget; it is encoded deep into our subconscious, our genealogy and our DNA that it is very natural for us to undertake physical activity on a consistent basis. And not only is it natural, it’s necessary for our health and vitality.

So as we become more aware of what’s really going on in the world, including how we’ve been enslaved to the will of our dying corporate masters, remember that getting into nature and exerting our mind-body, as well as aligning with the plethora of natural energies and therapies, are absolute must-haves if we want to prevent ourselves from contracting illness from an infested-by-infection corporatocracy.


Phillip J. Watt lives on the Mid North Coast of NSW Australia. His written and film work deals with topics from ideology to society, as well as self-development. Follow him on Facebook, watch his interviews with an array of inspiring guests at his YouTube Channel or visit his website.