According to a 2016 NMI Healthy Aging Database® study sponsored in part by The Stelter Company, most people think that advances in health care will extend their lifespan. Stelter says that “more than three-fourths (76%) of millennials (ages 20-40) totally or somewhat agree that advances in health care will extend their lifespan. Nearly nine in 10 (88%) matures (age 72+) totally or somewhat agree.” 76 percent of Gen-Xers feel the same way, as well as 88 percent of Baby Boomers.
What does this have to do with nudism, you ask? We nudists know of all the health benefits that living clothes-free can bring. For us, nude recreation and living naturally is a type of health care. We discovered this “advance” in our own health care when we finally took the plunge, shed the clothes, and freed ourselves in so many ways. Now, we can ask our generational peers, “You want an advance in health care that might just increase your lifespan? Try wholesome, AANR-style nude recreation!” I can’t guarantee that someone’s lifespan will increase, but I can guarantee a positive change in your overall quality of life. The physical, mental, and spiritual health and freedom that comes from living life uncovered are available to anyone and at no cost. Now that’s “affordable health care!”