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In this new millenium, how smart you are will be seen by all—by how healthy you are!


If you could only have one car that had to last your entire lifetime... how would you take care of it?


You would maintain it very well!

So, take care of the only body you will ever have. Here’s how:

  1. First, you need to understand health issues and realize that your health is completely up to you.
  2. Second, you need to regularly perform tune-ups of your human engine.  More...
  3. Third, you need to keep your body free of harmful substances.  More...
  4. Fourth, you need to maintain your nutrient reservoirs. More...
  5. And, finally, you need to be active.  More...

If you don’t do these things... you will suffer the consequences of your neglect.

The human body is like a high performance car - it needs maintenance

Rhetorical question — If you don’t take care of yourself, who will?
(Hint: people who make a lot of money from your suffering or funeral.)

Health Axioms

  • Health is a personal choice
  • Health comes from constant maintenance and early repair
  • A clean digestive tract is the foundation of health
  • Avoidance of unhealthy foods and environmental poisons and vigilantly eating nutrient dense foods are the disciplines that adds years of healthy living

An important note about medical intervention:

It is one thing to let an automobile deteriorate through neglecting proper maintenance... you can buy another automobile... but those who neglect proper care of the human body... are going to encounter a big problem... you can’t buy yourself another human body.

The Five Habits of Health are the equivalent of maintenance. Medical intervention is the equivalent of repair. MAINTENANCE IS BETTER THAN REPAIR as a general principle.

But, repair is wonderful... when it is needed. So, anytime you’re not feeling good, you should visit your doctor and get a diagnostic checkup. Health is the result of nutrition plus medicine, or in other words, preventative maintenance and early repairs of problems.

Health problems are not entirely avoidable. We live in a world where infectious contagion can change our health in a moment, where genetic problems arise late in life, where depleted soils mean inferior foods that can over time result in serious cellular damage and where a multitude of traumas may damage our body. NEVER ignore the lifesaving blessings of the medical technology that now exists.

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Testimonial experiences are exceptional experiences, rather than the typical experience. Endorsements, opinions and studies discussed herein are are not conclusive and do not represent the consensus of accredited, scientific opinion.

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