The four most important pillars of health are eating, breathing (+sleeping), moving, and thinking. Mastering healthy algorithms in these four areas will undoubtedly bring a more vital life and promote longevity. You can start optimizing your health by installing algorithms with positive results and deleting those with unfavorable outcomes.
Our modern world runs on algorithms. According to Yuval Noah Harari, best-selling author of Homo Deus, algorithms are the single most important concept to understand in the 21st century. The second most important concept is how to program our personal algorithms. Hypothetically viewing ourselves as the ultimate supercomputer, we have to plan how we want it to run.
Merriam Webster broadly defines an algorithm as "a step-by-step procedure for solving a problem or accomplishing some end." In application to humans, let me explain it as repeatedly performed behaviors that become ingrained. For example, "if I do this, then that will happen." As we apply it to the achievement of optimal health, you can think of it like this: "If I walk a mile every morning to start my day, I will feel energized, motivated, and let go of the unwanted weight. "Or on the contrary, "If I eat a bag of potato chips and a couple of vodkas at 9 pm, I will wake at 3 am to go to the bathroom and feel sluggish in the morning." Read on in Coastal Breeze News.