You’ve got plans to hit the tropical beaches of Maui for vacation but perhaps your body would rather go to cold and rainy Scotland. New evidence suggests that our genetic background has a lot to do with the climate our bodies are best suited for. So if your ancestors were Vikings who spent their time hunting, fishing, boating and surviving in frigid and windy climates, and you live in a hot, humid and tropical place, you may be prone to certain health problems.
Geomedicine is the study of the effect of environment on health. It turns out that not all body types thrive in every environment. Your body is actually best suited for the environment that your ancestors evolved in. But what if you live halfway across the world from where your ancestors hail, and are never going back? That’s where vacations come in. A vacation is not only a time to take a break from work and the normal hectic pace of life, it’s also a chance to go somewhere where your body can recharge and connect with its roots.
So, the next time you’re planning a getaway, consider where your great grandparents lived as your ideal destination.
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