23 and 1/2 hours: What is the single best thing we can do for our health?

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A Doctor-Professor answers the old question “What is the single best thing we can do for our health” in a completely new way. Dr. Mike Evans is founder of the Health Design Lab at the Li Ka Shing Knowledge Institute, an Associate Professor of Family Medicine and Public Health at the University of Toronto, and a staff physician at St. Michael’s Hospital.

Conceived, written, and presented by Dr. Mike Evans
Illustrated by Liisa Sorsa
Produced, directed, and filmed by Nick De Pencier
Picture and sound edit by David Schmidt
Gaffer, Martin Wojtunik
Whiteboard construction by James Vanderkleyn
Production assistant, Chris Niesing
©2011 Michael Evans and Mercury Films Inc.

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41 COMMENTS

  1. I found this video very helpful, in the sense that I can use a thirty minute per day exercise regimen to combat any illnesses that I have now. It is also a good way to prevent early death. I have a dog, whom I walk every day in the cooler months of South Texas, but when it is hot, like it is now, I slack. But there are many solutions, some of which are mentioned in this wonderful video. I personally park in a farther parking spot most times so I can get some extra walking in their. Thank you for posting.

  2. On the days when I do not want to exercise, I watch this again…. and then I get moving.  Thank you for helping many of us to gradually change our lifestyles.

  3. Love this info, and it is so true! I've always loved walking anyways…but now I've been walking even more after reading/viewing this video…thank you so much! Gonna share this one on my Facebook!!!

  4. Absolutely agree with this 🙂 Said while sitting on my butt infront of youtube, facebook and the television! 😀 
    In saying that was up at 6 this morning and going out at 6pm tonight so nearly 2hrs exercise ftw!

  5. Anyone have any advice as to how to handle the harassment from people on the street whenever I leave my home for a walk.  Im talking the following your for blocks, yelling at you for a half hour kind of harassment.

  6. This is fantastic and greatly appreciated!  I shared it on my facebook page and hope more MDs get on the social media train and help educate our country in preventative health!  Thank you so much!

  7. I like the way you said 23 and a half hours of sitting. Instead of walk 30 minutes a day, makes that 1 hour walk seem like a breeze

  8. That's all fine but who is keeping track of the pollution in our water supply or toxins in all our foods and wrappers they come with.  Surely these toxins reduce lifespan and quality of life yet I rarely hear much about them or opportunities to fix them.  Corporations and doctors like to make this huge deal about personal vices and exercise but never talk about reducing their companies pollution or taking responsibility for the consequences. In fact the corporations and government have start fracking inside the United States with toxic chemicals that have already made people sick.

  9. Thanks Mike..Trouble is , we dont live in jungles anymore …forget the couch and TV …many of our jobs promote sedentary lifestyle…we just have to take an hour out everyday and walk, swim, bike and run. I am 62 and I swim every summer in our community pool ..Thanks Mike

  10. Am I the only one that was in awe of the awesome illustration the whole time? Puts a person with suckish drawing and handwriting ability to shame 🙁

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