Traveling to the Caribbean is always lovely, but can you picture yourself living there? In the Caribbean, residents enjoy beautiful sunsets, unlimited outside experiences, and warm weather year-round. Dream with us for a moment as you read through the below list of island life health benefits.
Local & Fresh Food
Because they are... well, islands... the islanders rely heavily on their fresh food source by growing and catching what they eat each day. Since you’re in the middle of the ocean, getting supplies to these islands takes longer and is more expensive. On the other hand, freshly grown and caught food is such a beautiful health benefit of island life.
Yes, you know where your food is coming from. In addition, you’re supporting your local farmers and fisherman, and it’s healthier for you and your family. Feeling blessed, your meals will leave you satisfied and full of energy to enjoy the island.
Commonly Grown Island Food
A Healthy Dose of Sunlight
When you choose to live in the Caribbean, sunlight is something you will also have almost an endless amount of. The sun usually sets later in the day compared to other parts of the world, allowing for maximum daylight hours. Studies show that a daily dose of vitamin D-rich sunlight helps lower blood pressure and improve your overall quality of life.
Limitless Outdoor Exercise
Living in the Caribbean means you can step right out your front door and experience all that the island has to offer. Go for a hike and breathe fresh air instead of going to a crowded gym for added benefit. If taking a hike or lifting weights isn’t your thing, you can take a swim in the warm ocean and maybe even take a moment to enjoy the stunning coral.
Ideas for Places to Exercise
The freshest food sources from the land and sea, healthy sunlight intake, and plenty o opportunity for outdoor air exercise? What is not to love? To partake in all of these health benefits of island life, visit the Caribbean, choose your island, and live well.
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