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Each One Needs to Assess His/Her Health Risks and Strategize so as to Not Become a Statistic!

In general, we can divide people into six groups, each of which has somewhat different health risks from the other groups. So, let’s consider the differing needs of the following types of people.




Overweight People










Children - are at high risk in our modern children_90world for two specific reasons. It is up to their parents to guide them and to learn the countermeasures to these risks and how to ensure that children have as great a future life as possible. Learn how to do this in our children’s guide to nutrition.

Overweight people - face a overweight_90triple whammy of health risks leading to aging and degenerative disease. Being overweight is the single greatest risk for health problems. We explain the way out of this trap in our section on overcoming the overweight condition.

Women - have specific needs because woman_90of the heavy toll that menstrual cycles, giving birth and caring for children take on their bodies. 79% of all autoimmune diseases occur in women. Both men who care about their women and women themselves need to understand and reduce these risks for women. Read more about women’s nutrition in our special women’s section.

Athletes - have unusual nutrition athlete_90requirements which, when not met, spell very real danger. If you are an athlete or care about an athlete, please read our section on athlete’s nutrition.

Men - have a much higher propensity for manweb80cardiovascular disease than do women (up through women’s menopause, after which the risks start to equalize). If you are a man or a woman who cares about a man, you need to know what to do to reduce this risk of cardiovascular disease. Read more about men’s need for cardio-protective nutrition in our men’s nutrition section.

Seniors - are at the age when nutrition seniors_90related stress and disease are taking their heaviest toll. They have less time before critical consequences are faced. Please take time to understand the needs of seniors as it relates to nutrition.


The keys to general health are still the Five Habits of Health. These health habits apply universally.


Health Topics


Health Risks
Children's Health Risks
Women's Health Risks
Men's Health Risks
Overweight Health Risks
Athlete's Health Risks
Senior's Health Risks

American Health Statistics Are Among the Worst Health Statistics of Any Industrialized Nation

The people of the United States spend more years of their life in poor health than nearly any other industrialized nation. The part of their lives that Americans spend with POOR HEALTH has reached 13.5%. In this regard, we are behind Switzerland, Japan, Austria, Finland, Germany,  Denmark, Luxembourg, Greece, Sweden, Ireland, United Kingdom, Italy, Australia, France, Norway, Iceland, New Zealand, Belgium, Spain, Czech Republic, Netherlands, Canada and Portugal.

And in terms of longevity, Americans are behind all of the following countries: Andorra, San Marino, Japan, Macau, Hong Kong, Singapore, France, Canada, Monaco, Guernsey, Australia, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Spain, Virgin Islands, Italy, Sweden, Gibraltar, Faroe Islands, Cayman Islands, Puerto Rico, Iceland, Luxembourg, Norway, Finland, Austria, Belgium, Jersey, Isle of Man, Germany, New Zealand, Greece, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Guam, Israel, Netherlands, Malta, Portugal, Monserrat, United Kingdom, Saint Pierre and Miguelon, Jordon and Saint Helena.

Bottom line: it is risky to your health and longevity to be an American... or should we say it is risky to eat the Standard American Diet.

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