I love cycling.
I don’t ride fast.
I don’t wear lycra.
But I love the view:
Other people’s words
Vitamins are good, but if you have access to adequate amounts of real food and a bit of sun, you’ll likely get all the vitamins your body needs. There is no pill to cancel out smoking, inactivity or drinking a bottle of whisky a day. Fresh produce drenches your cells in things we can’t bottle. The truth is pedestrian: if you want to live well and long, be born in the right place and time, cross your fingers, eat lots of vegetables, and go for a walk. The miracle cures almost always turn out to be lollies or poison.
From ‘The Medicine‘
By Karen Hitchock
What I like best about this quote?
Be born in the right place and time, cross your fingers.
Health isn’t always about discipline or control.
Isn’t it hubris to think otherwise?
Read the full piece in The Monthly magazine.