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Posts from November 2014

Here in the UK it’s nearly a month since the clocks changed – bringing with it the tantalising promise of an extra hour in bed (!) – and the ongoing debate about whether we still need to make this biannual change continues. 
 
Traditionally the lines are clearly drawn. On one side are the business community, safety campaigners and schools. On the other are those working outside, particularly farmers, along with people living in Northern Ireland and Scotland. 
The poor state of our health is a favourite subject in the media, with obesity and soaring rates of diabetes in groups previously not thought of as high risk, being under the spotlight in recent months. 
 
Fingers are pointed at a long list of possible culprits including fast food outlets, the supermarkets, less active lifestyles and poor nutritional education. 
 
Solutions are demanded from the government, NHS, schools and supermarkets. 
 
If we take a step back from all the hype, the problem seems very simple. Eating too much and exercising too little. 
It’s interesting the responses our blog posts evoke and how often they’re completely different to what we expected. 
 
Our recent posts about how you view the world – What do you see, the rain or the rainbow and Dr Masaru Emoto and the hidden messages of water – are really good examples of this. 
 
The most common response to these posts was along the following lines: 
 
How could we be so cheerful and positive with all the bad things happening in the world? 
 
Ebola. Syria. ISIS. The economic climate. 
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