There are 4 vital factors that provide good health and contribute to the prevention of disease. I wouldn’t guarantee the health of anyone that chooses not to pay heed to all 4. |
…So here is a brief overview of each vital factor
1.Nutrition You will be amazed!
Good nutrition is capable of making invaluable health contributions.It can used to prevent and reverse the life-threatening illnesses: Heart attacks, strokes, cancer and diabetes…
Good nutrition has been shown to reduce ageing, keep away: allergies, respiratory troubles, skin disorders, digestive disorders, feeling down in the dumps or depression, mood swings, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, violent behaviour… and as I will show you, much, much more. After eating the right food and having been well hydrated you can feel that much more energised and revitalised.
–The necessary related methodologies, documentary evidence; scientific findings, case testimonies support all the above claims…
More and more people are waking up to the realisation that the vital role of nutrition has been greatly underestimated.
–This is my slant on the food revelation. I predict it will continue to unerringly sweep across the westernised / industrialised world with all its accelerated deliverance.
2.Avoidance of Environmental Toxins
In order for disease to rear its ugly head, one of the conditions necessary is that the body must have a certain level of toxicity. The culprits that cause levels of toxicity in the body are toxins that can be chemical, electrochemical or in the form of radiation.
Examples of the chemical sort are organic solvents present in things such as glues, paints and pesticides. Inorganic chemicals include heavy metals like cadmium; arsenic, lead and mercury, which can be found for example, in industrial materials, certain foods, toiletries... -All these chemicals are capable of damaging the body’s cells and affecting vital organs with vital biological processes. There is much evidence to show that chemical toxicity has been linked to disease.
Electrochemical and radiation toxins include microwave cooking (You may be a bit shocked by that. Read the interesting article by Anthony Wayne and Lawrence Newell ‘The Hidden Hazards of Microwave Cooking’ at the website mercola.com), other forms of irradiated food, overuse of mobile phones and living near power lines.
I strongly recommend avoiding overexposure or contact with toxins by educating yourself. It has been said that knowledge is king and a bit of savvy could save your life.
3.Outlook On Life. Attitude, thoughts, Feelings, Emotions…
Maintaining A State Of Well Being.
As you know many folks devote themselves daily to checking out their physical appearance in the mirror to see if they look good. If people spent half this time looking at their outlook on life: Their attitude, thoughts, feelings, emotions then they would have transformation of the quality of their lives!
Life shows up as a consequence of your attitude, thought patterns, feelings, emotions: i.e. your way of being. A clue to the truth of this lies in the Descartes statement: ‘I think therefore I am.’ So, for example, any negative emotions: anger, fear, guilt, regret… will affect the outcome of your life and could help develop an illness.
Be really present to your outlook on life: attitude, thoughts, feelings, emotions… and handle it. Think happy, sing a lot and love a lot!
4.Exercise A typical recommendation is to do at least half an hour of exercise a day. I like to start the morning off by taking a short run so that I end up panting; taking in some fresh air and getting rid of the stale. Couple this with some good nutrition you’ll then feel a lot more alert and charged up for the rest of the day. You may be fully aware that physical activity burns off excess calories and improves heart and blood circulation, but what is not so well known is that there are many other hidden benefits.
…Through exercise you can for instance.
Enhance your cognitive ability. For example, evidence has shown that intelligence can be increased by improving brain cell coordination through regular bouts of activity. A really good book to read is 'Smart Moves’ by Dr Carla Hannaford.
Aid brain cell replacement. A ‘USA Today’ journal (Sept 21 2005) shows that some experiments revealed how brain cells were more readily made following exercise. Consequently, exercise has been recommended as one way of preventing Alzheimer’s disease.
Improve erectile dysfunction through better blood circulation.
Combat ageing by a range of things such as by:
1.Preventing reductions in muscle fibre. 2.Restoring lung function 3.Combating hypertension 4.Delaying the onset of osteoporosis 5.Serving as a form of detoxification
These are the 4 vital factors that support good health. Just how committed are you to maintaining good health?
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