7 Steps To Optimal Health

April 12, 2012
By:  Maria
The health of Americans has been on a steady decline and seems to be quickening at an alarming pace. For the past 50 years, the medical community has robustly recommended and encouraged a diet that is low in fat and high in carbohydrates. The claims have lead us to believe that by following those recommendations, we will be healthier and would avoid or reduce risk of disease and disorders.
How has that worked out for us?
Well, let’s take a look…

The future isn’t looking very bright, is it? We are not getting healthier, we are getting worse! It’s clear that following the recommended approach has not only failed our health, but has been a contributor to what is considered to be an epidemic of modern diseases.
The modern diseases share a common basis: poor diet, lack of sleep, unmanaged stress, nutrient deficiencies, lack of exercise, toxins, even medications.
The conventional solution has always been to rely on medication (i.e., drugs) without the emphasis on figuring out the underlying component at the root of the problem. It hasn’t worked. The best thing we can do is empower ourselves to prevent these issues without the necessity of drugs or even invasive procedures.

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