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Research studies continue to determine that being outdoors is not only extremely beneficial, but necessary for good health, especially for the kiddos.

This exact topic was dissected in Peter Attia’s ‘The Drive’ podcast on mental and emotional health with Andrew Huberman. (If you’re not on the Peter Attia and/or Andrew Huberman train, then all aboard, friends. These two doctors are taking their technical medical knowledge to us, the masses, and teaching how to live longer  and better.)

Huberman says, according to this study*,“People are spending approximately 90% of their time indoors.”

I’ve talked about this statistic before from other studies that have been published, but the additional information that this study clarifies is how OUTDOOR light really truly impacts our health and mood and what we have to do in order to get it. And, p.s., it’s very difficult to replicate indoors and with most light lamps. 

So, friends, we literally need to be outside even, when it’s cloudy, in order to maintain our health.

And that’s where we come in.

Sure, you can sit on the lawn with the ants or on a back step by the flies, but why the heck wouldn’t you want to be outdoors in style and comfort?

We can and want to literally transform the way you live so you can live longer  and better.

So what are you waiting for? Let’s get this party started – contact us today!

*Nature.com published a study on October 9, 2023 entitled “Day and Night Light Exposure Are Associated with Psychiatric Disorders: An Objective Light Study in >85,000 People.”

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