Number of pages: 300
BBB Library: Personal Success
Humans experience only one disease. All diseases are the result of malfunctioning cells, no matter if the disease is a common cold, a mental illness such as depression or a life-threatening cancer. This theory of malfunctioning cells cuts through the confusion of health and disease and provides a unifying understanding of what keeps people well or makes them sick. And there are two causes of disease, which are the two reasons that cells malfunction and they are: deficiency (insufficient nutrients) and toxicity (excessive toxins). These two causes work through six areas of daily life: the six pathways each person travels toward health or disease. If you take care of your body's needs along these six pathways, you give your cells what they need and you avoid what is toxic. You will simply not become sick.
"If you are at all interested in being healthy and helping others to do the same, then you can't go wrong to read this book and take it to heart. " - Devtome
"The expert advice in his book, Never Be Sick Again, shows us how to make good health choices and restore that critical sense of well-being." - Broadway World
"this book takes the mystery out of disease. It provides readers, no matter what their present physical condition, a holistic approach to living that will empower them to get well - and stay well." - Booktopia
Eat right. Move more. Sleep better. Yes, when you do these three things in combination, you will see how the overall benefit is greater than the sum of the parts.Eating right is not enough. Exercise alone is insufficient. Sleeping well, in isolation, is not adequate. When you focus your energy on
The way we live today is fighting our optimal cognitive performance, and putting us at risk for some nasty afflictions. Our diets supply cheap and plentiful calories with poor nutrient content and toxic additives. Our careers shoehorn us into doing something Our lives are not going on the same rhythm all
The science of aging has shown that incorporating these four pillars—exercise, nutrition, skin care and sleep—into your life can change your physiology, allowing you to significantly slow down age-related decline and function. Experience amazing changes to your body, mind, and spirit, and learn what it feels like to be 20 years
Are You Fully Charged? reveals the keys that matter most for our daily well-being, as well as our engagement in our work. Drawing on the latest and most practical research from business, psychology, and economics. This book focuses on changes we can make to create better days for ourselves and others.
Side effects often are worse than the diseases the drugs are used to treat.Take medicine only when you need it.
Surgery should not be performed unless there is absolutely no alternative, and there is almost always an alternative.
Letting days or weeks go by without any exercise has a negative impact on the health of your brain cells as well as all your other cells.
It has been found out that people who used their minds to heal had double the survival rate of those who did not.
How we react and respond to various life events emotions are choices that can damage or enhance cellular health.
Our thoughts and emotions trigger a cascade of biochemical reactions that either enhance or damage health.
Minimize tap-water consumption; drink high-quality distilled or spring water.Pure water is what your body needs; when you can get it, choose it.
Cooking food is not a good idea, especially at high temperatures, but cooking in microwave ovens may be even worse.
Foods that cannot be peeled, washing under running water for a minute or two does a relatively good cleaning job.
One more dietary habit is worth mentioning because of its huge negative impact on health: drinking coffee.
A diet that focuses on anything other than meeting the nutritional needs of cells allows your body to get sick.
All of the food we can buy in a modern supermarket is nutritionally inferior to the foods our ancestors consumed.
Our lifestyles have changed along with the evolution of what is broadly called "modern civilization."
The quality of your health is determined by the positive things you do for your body minus the negative things you do to your body.
People alive today are far sicker than most of us recognize, and they die decades sooner than their genetic potential.