The Price of Inactivity

    The Price of Inactivity
    The Price of Inactivity

    People has dependent on technology and forgot to keep track of their physical activity. If this continues like this then they have to pay price for their inactivity. Daily exercise, walking, running/jogging, regular diet and sufficient sleep keeps us fit and healthy.


    Adults and children these days are obese. Obesity/overweight level continues to increase to 69% of all Adults are obese or overweight.


    Active lifestyle

    People are less active due to technology and better use of mass transportation.

    Sedentary jobs have increased 83% since 1950.Physically active jobs now make up less than 20% of workforce. In 1960, about half of the workforce was physically active.

    Our average workweek is longer. Full-time workers in work about 47 hours working each week that’s more than 350 extra hours worked each year.


    Extra weight costs us physically & financially

    In 2011, the CDC estimated that healthcare costs exceed $8,600 annually per capita.

    Research study estimated that medical spending attributable to obesity was estimated to be more than $1400 higher than normal weight of individuals.

    The problems and consequences from our overweight society are sobering. However, we can all make changes. There is a good news about physical activity and why moving for 30 minutes a day can change your life for the better.


    Eat colors for Good Health

    Red to improve heart and blood health

    Orange to prevent cancers

    Yellow to fortify skin elasticity

    White to strengthen the immune system

    Green to purify the detoxification

    Purple to increase longevity