A Healthy Body
Your body is perhaps the most important and complex organism God created and put on planet Earth. It is made up of billions of microscopic parts, each working together in an organized fashion that allows the total being to function.
How well each of those parts work together might define how healthy your body is.
It is through maintaining or improving the efficiency of our body and keeping its various systems in balance that health is maintained.
The Wikipedia Encyclopedia defines “Health” as the level of functional and/or metabolic efficiency of an organism at both the micro(cellular) and macro(social) level. In the medical field, health is commonly defined as an organism’s ability to efficiently respond to challenges (stressors) and effectively restore and sustain a “state of balance,” known as homeostasis.
While science and the practice of medicine is important to our health, perhaps the most important factors are impacted through your individual effort. Activities such as exercise, weight loss, a healthy diet, nutritional supplementation, stress management and quitting smoking are examples of things you can do to improve your health.
You are in control of your own health, life and fitness.
It should be one of your top priorities to take care of your body as best you can. After all, you only have ONE body and when it’s gone… it’s gone.
It is, therefore, important that you take responsibility for your health and begin to make informed decisions about your healthcare.
Taking personal control over your health will become even more important in the coming years. Your healthcare is being industrialized and socialized which will decrease your quality of care while skyrocketing the costs. Make no mistake about it… there are billions of dollars at stake and the medical industrial complex wants to control all of it.
While it’s probably impossible to completely avoid the nightmare of socialized medicine, you will probably want to put yourself in a position where you don’t need to visit your doctor as often and you don’t contract the many diseases that are sweeping the globe.
If you want to be healthy, you need to STOP listening to MD’s for nutritional advise. Medical doctors are not taught about nutrition and are the wrong person to go to for advice about nutritional health.
MD’s do not practice health care,
they practice “for profit disease management”.
They do not attend to your health, they will only prescribe toxic drugs to mitigate your symptoms.
In fact, while MD’s have been in control chronic disease has gotten worse; we’ve lost the war on cancer, we’ve lost the war on heart disease, obesity is escalating, autism rates are going through the roof, and we’re getting sicker every year.
If you’re currently swallowing a handful of pills every day… you’re NOT healthy. Those drugs are only masking the underlying problems.
It’s been estimated that more than 50% of us die from cardiovascular disease. One third of us develop cancer and an increasing percentage of us suffer from life threatening infectious diseases. These conditions are all preventable when you take an active role in your body’s health.
Lessons Learned from Coronavirus
We learned in the Covid-19 outbreak that most Americans have weakened immune systems that leave them vulnerable to debilitating, avoidable infections. Instead of experimental gene therapy shots, you’d most likely be better served if you worked at improving your immune system.
Perhaps, taking more personal responsibility for one’s health and practicing more common sense hygiene will be one of the positive outcomes of the Sars-CoV 2 pandemic. Washing your hands has long been recommended to avoid contagious disease like the common cold and seasonal flu. Now, more people are washing their hands more frequently and becoming more aware of infectious agents prevalent in our environment.
The mission of this website is to…
provide you information and resources that will empower you to make more healthy lifestyle choices. As you become better informed about health issues related to your body and gain access to resources to improve your health, you will be empowered to make the choices necessary to improve your overall quality of life.