Agreed. I've had strangers approach me unsolicited (Always a treat) and ask me what the secret is to either losing weight, or otherwise improving health. They are never satisfied when I state, quite sincerely, that losing weight in all but the most unusual circumstances is a matter of reducing caloric intake, most efficiently accomplished by avoiding as much processed food as possible, and engaging in moderate, but consistent exercise. Most of them yearn for me to tell them of how I lost over 100 pounds by eating nothing but humming birds' eggs and applying an obscure yoga technique I learned from a 98 year old Hindu who'd been living in a cave for the last 50 years.This article is so true. I've done it all at some point. Dieting, intense training, but I feel my best when I just listen to my body and stay active. Nothing intense, just walks and such. My doctors visits say the same. I've gotten the best report when I'm most active for a time and the worst one if I've been lazy for a long period of time. No change in my diet. I'm pretty consistent at eating my greens and fruits though. As for now I have a good bill of health. I hope it stays that way!