Whereas Proctor and Gamble, the Mayo Clinic, and Gillette commodify and overly medicalize life extension and antiaging matters, Consumer Reports uses the Occam's Razor of blandness to strip away all but the most bland, trite, collectively known, and uncreative principles, results and products, and, in doing so, competes with Reader's Digest and infomercial afterthought for most vanilla of information resources, more affirming than informing.
9 Ways To A Longer Life courtesy of Consumer Report's March 2008 issue, page 6:
- Eat whole grains
- Consider Vitamin D
- Limit time in the sun
- Eat colorful produce
- Get enough sleep
- Don't smoke
- Eat fat
- Chill Out
Did my beloved better half already post about this not long ago?
Well, it's so splendidly Gary Gnu-newsless that we deem it newsworthy enough to remention.
Painting is a cropped section of 100 Cans by Andy Warhol.