Did you know simply going for a brisk walk for 20 minutes is more affective in regulating normal blood sugar levels than taking insulin in Type 2 diabetics?

We’re not talking about doing a full Jack Lalanne work out here; just regular mild exercise is all it takes.

Jack LaLanneI love Jack Lalanne and I know hundreds of millions of people will miss him. He truly blessed us all.

He lived a full life to the last drop and no one can ask for more than that.

Jack passed on recently and left behind a legacy, as well as a fitness empire. Jack was exceptional and held the torch for anyone who longed for the inspiration to transform their health and life.

Most people don’t understand that you don’t have to be an extreme athlete to reap the lasting health benefits of regular exercise.

Jack wasn’t trying to set standards you couldn’t reach. He was moving those standards for himself and proving that people can break the barriers of expectation.

Your personal barrier may be losing 20 pounds, walking in the park with arthritis or perhaps simply reducing your medications under your doctor’s care.

Jack Lalanne knew that mild exercise was enough to transform your health and empower your life, that getting up and getting out will give you a renewed life and that nothing is more precious than a healthy and fulfilled life.

Jack embodied the spirit of “Carpe diem,” meaning to “Seize the Moment!

Because that’s what life is in the long run: a series of fleeting moments. Once you take on the belief that breaking barriers is everyone’s destiny, then you have the ever contagious, “Lalanne spirit.

There’s an old saying, “You only need to get up one more time than you get knocked down.” That’s why sometimes victory is measured in inches, not miles.

There are no small victories. They’re all great opportunities for the human spirit to “rise and shine.

There will always be someone faster, bigger and stronger or healthier. The point is to embrace your own limitations, get to know them and then let them go. Don’t hang on to them.

Some people refuse to believe something unless they see it first. I believe Jack Lalanne would tell you that you won’t ever see it unless you believe in it first.

Moderate ExerciseIt’s a scientific fact: If a person believes they will improve, then the odds are in their favor and they will. So, decide once and for all to get in some mild exercise, at whatever level that means for you. I promise it will transform the quality of the time you have left . . . and maybe even extend it some more. Who knows unless you try?

You were born to heal,

Martin Jacobse
Health Advocate
Barton Publishing Inc.

P.S. Remember this, “Your body is your slave; it works for you.”– Jack LaLanne

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