It seems as though many pieces of new technology have the effect of making us less healthy and active. For example, cars, elevators and computer games all stop our bodies from doing what they naturally do - walking, climbing, lifting and being active. So we pay to go to the gym to do what we should be doing anyway! Many modern innovations are of course very useful, but we all need to be aware of how they can stop us being active, and make the effort to walk to the shops, or take the stairs, rather than going for the easy option.
The same goes for "convenience" and "fast" foods, which often contain less of the things our bodies need and more of the things that are unhealthy and bad for us. Again, a little of these foods occasionally are OK, but ask yourself this question; what kinds of food do you think you should be eating as the staple of your diet?
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