Health on the internet enjoys making things complex.

WebMD and the like make money off the number of pages they can produce on the internet. They crank out hundreds of new pages a day just so they can sell more ads. Complexity and voluminous information confuses. Health on the internet is designed to confuse us in exchange for selling ads. In fact, our health just isn’t that complex.

“Eat food. Mostly plants. Not too much.”

Be active on a regular basis.

Have meaningful relationships with friends and family.

Make a living by doing something you’re good at.

Expand your mind creatively and intellectually.

Survive childhood by drinking clean water, receiving vaccinations, and getting the occasional antibiotic for serious infections.

If you do those things, you’re most likely going to live a very good and long life. And, remember, no matter what the internet says, life and our health just isn’t that complex.