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Most of us live our lives day to day. We try our best to stay on course with a health and personal value system that only we can set. It is only when a crisis strikes us or someone close to us that there is cause to reevaluate or set new standards.

On a personal note, many of us feel too insignificant to change more than that which is right in front of us and often that, in and of itself, is more than we can handle. Thinking about the value of our vote in an election, our personally boycotting of an unhealthy food or a costly good or service, we can feel defenseless against government, big business and the most current food fad.

It is only after being personally affected by a health trauma, an incurable diagnosis or a chronic, unsolvable health issue that one begins to get a first-hand look at the shortcomings that plague the health care systems of the world. As they say, "An ounce of prevention is worth more than a pound of cure."

As in Dickens' "A Christmas Carol," if you could see your future, it might change your present.


Sixty-five percent of US adults are either overweight or obese and the numbers are rising exponentially.
"The United States spends $75 billion per year on weight related disease," and "On any given day 29% of men and 44% of
women are trying to lose weight."
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Diabetes is the sixth leading cause of death in the United States, has increased sixty-one percent since 1991, and now
claims 200,000 lives each year. Presently, 18 million people have diabetes and that number is expected to double by 2050...
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Heart Disease
Heart disease and stroke are the first and third leading cause of death in the United States, and heart disease is the
first in practically all industrialized nations.
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"An estimated sixty to ninety percent of doctor visits involve stress-related complaints." It just may be that the
common denominator for disease is the mismanagement of stress.
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Why are so many affected by this disease? Understand where risk and prevention meet and how you
can focus upon prevention
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Childhood Health Epidemic
Children today are faced with a multitude of health issues from Autism and Attention Deficit Disorders
to Asthma, Chronic Fatigue and Auto Immune Diseases
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