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Sunday 18 February 2018
Letters to the Editor

Walk more, drive less

THE EDITOR: Living healthier can extend your life and also help you to improve your quality of life. There are indeed some aspects of physical and mental health that are beyond our control, but there are still many things we can do to improve our quality of life.

Improving and maintaining good health require a combination of reliable access to healthy foods and appropriate amounts of physical activity.

Communities have an essential role to play in keeping us healthier. A long-term development plan must be put in place that has the ability to stimulate healthier lifestyles.

We must learn to drive less and do more walking. We should use more bikes and public transport and make space for more locally grown produce.

Health and fitness have a very important part to play in the future of TT.

The progress of this nation is in the hands of the people who are healthy and physically fit.

Every individual must strive to develop physical fitness for happy and successful living.





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