Good health is a combination of several things, happily some of which we have control over and these are good nutrition, exercise and sleep.

There are so many foods around that can keeps us healthy, yet most of us through either habit, lack of knowledge or negligence do not partake and realize, sometimes late, that we have been depriving our bodies of the good stuff and good maintenance, which spells good health.  A lot of us take good health for granted, probably because we adopted good lifestyle habits and don’t realize it.

To those  who are interested, you will find in this website some of the approaches we should take and the foods we should eat to keep us healthy, provided we exercise sensibly and  ensure we get enough sleep.

The approach that I adopt and recommend is to be on the proactive end and take personal responsibility for our own health. The answer lies with us.

We must take care of our bodies through whole foods, clean air and water, exercise, detoxification, uplifting thoughts, positive emotions, meditation and prayer, and continually taking steps to improve our health in each and every moment. Life is a gift, health isn’t. In a world of ever-increasing toxicity and stress, health can only be achieved through constant practice and pursuit. It’s time to invest in our health, our future

The premise of taking actions to maintain youthful health and vigor is based on findings from peer-reviewed scientific studies which suggest that the consumption of certain foods, food extracts, hormones, or drugs will help to prevent common diseases that are associated with normal aging.Therefore, the concept of disease prevention can be defined as the incorporation of findings from published scientific studies into a logical daily regimen that enables an individual to attain optimal health and longevity.

For example, it now appears that people who get enough vitamins may be able to prevent such common illnesses as cancer, heart disease, and osteoporosis. The Harvard researchers concluded that suboptimal levels of folic acid and vitamins B6 and B12 are a risk factor for heart disease and colon and breast cancers; low levels of vitamin D contribute to osteoporosis; and inadequate levels of the antioxidant vitamins A, E, and C may increase the risk of cancer and heart disease

This website is dedicated  to making a difference to people’s lives, leveraging proven science based, as well as Alternative (complementary) medicine, solutions.  It provides a holistic view of health and healing and is committed to making positive contribution to happy, healthy and wholesome living.

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