In the past, Donald Trump has stood by the most ridiculous claims and conspiracy theories, but this has to the worst of them all.
Recently, The New Yorker published an article about Trump’s thoughts on exercise and health. Contrary to popular belief, the so-called president says that engaging in a lot of exercise will actually make you die sooner:
The article says:
“Other than golf, [Trump] considers exercise misguided, arguing that a person, like a battery, is born with a finite amount of energy.”
And that’s not all.
Trump mentions that he doesn’t need sleep to be healthy because he is already in tip-top shape, “three or four hours” of sleep is good enough for him (which explains his delusional middle-of-the-night/early morning Twitter rants). The “healthy” billionaire also obsessed over his love for McDonald’s Big Macs.
If people actually believe that Trump’s exercise/health theories are accurate, there is something seriously wrong. An inactive lifestyle is one of the top risk factors for heart disease. Exercise isn’t the only issue here: a healthy diet must come along side. A healthy diet accounts for 80 percent of an overall healthy lifestyle. Let’s not mention the fact that those who incorporate daily physical activity tend to have the least amount of brain shrinkage over time–so, Trump should actually consider exercising more because the man is obviously lacking brain cells.
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