Do you improve health by protesting for freedom?

Over the past year or so, I’ve been peacefully gathering with thousands of other folks around the world who are protesting in the city streets for freedom.

As NYU Department of Media, Culture and Communications Professor, Mark Crispin Miller (photo above) stated, “We are living in a moment when academic freedom and free speech are at grave risk.”

We are all collectively concerned about losing basic freedoms that seem to be disappearing in countries and states around the globe.

As a whole, we are protesting for:

The unconstitutional mandates and restrictions on our freedoms are heinous, but the good news is… some awesome things are happening at the freedom rallies.

These monthly (and sometimes weekly) gatherings are improving the health of the people that attend them on many levels.

Here’s what I mean:

While participating in a recent worldwide rally for freedom, I personally logged 23,836 steps!

Yowzah! That’s a darn good day of physical movement.

We walked over ten miles while exercising our right to peacefully protest and our right to free speech. We walked while chanting, “My body, my choice,” and “We, the people, will NOT comply.”

Another great health aspect about the rallies is that it brings people of many different communities together.

And, contrary to the current fear-mongering concepts being driven by mainstream media that want to keep us separated from each other, the truth is, community builds immunity.

Everyone knows this, right?

The longest-lived and happiest people on the planet do NOT live alone watching Netflix night after night eating a big bowl of organic popcorn by themselves.

Instead, they are involved with larger communities and actively engaged with loved ones.

“Harvard study, almost 80 years old, has proved that embracing community helps us live longer, and be happier.”[1]

My hubby joined me at the most recent freedom rally in NYC. It was fun for us to participate together.

The freedom marches also give us access to sunshine and fresh air. And, we ALL absolutely need sunshine to remain happy and healthy.

Even in a congested skyscraper-filled city like New York, the sunshine still finds its way through the buildings to nourish us and light up our lives.

So, if you want to improve your health and happiness, get out of the house, join with your community, exercise and protest peacefully in the streets of your city while getting some much-needed fresh air and sunshine, all in the name of freedom.

I highly recommend it for good health.

Interested in finding a peaceful protest near you?

Go to Worldwide Demonstration and find the cities that are participating.

Or find some other freedom rally near you.

There are a lot more people standing up for medical freedom (and their health) than you have been led to believe!