Not bad for a 59 year old. He does a 30 second energy burst seven times then a recovery of 90 seconds. He says this form of exercise is enough to boost his whole health profile. I just mention the testosterone claim, as that’s sure to bring in a few readers. Testosterone loss is well publicised as a problem for men. It is also associated with memory loss.
His assistant talks while he’s puffing. Shame he hides behind the machine and can’t talk to camera. The doctor talks well as per usual when he’s got breath. I blog extracts of his articles on here regularly, and find much that is highly pertinent to today’s corporate environmental attacks on our health. Taking my own experience, I like Dr Mercola’s approach to things. I’m 59 next birthday and have suffered from Monsanto PCB insecticide contamination through much of my life (from a dairy farm as a child). The state health service is entirely useless. Only by looking around and finding doctors who had alternatives was I able to survive.
Perhaps I should try some of his advice about exercise, which recommends short and intensive periods of exercise three times a week – but where could I put such a machine in my house? Personally I find long slow exercise like golf or walks the best thing. Do others share the doctor’s enthusiasm for short burst exercise?