NEW LIFE NOW!
The CDC claims that 86% of our health care costs are associated with chronic diseases like obesity, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, etc. Choosing and sticking with the right lifestyle factors will prevent all chronic diseases according to the CDC. Since 97% of Americans do not have good lifestyle factors, this is why we get sick and our health costs are so high.
We are sicker than our parents and my kids are expected to have a life expectancy less than me.
Top 10 Lifestyle factors for a long healthy life
This factors come from several books and articles and studies. More information can be found in the blog section.
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1 Eat a healthy diet and eat less.
2 Hydrate yourself and drink at least 64 oz. of wate
3 Avoid toxins, eliminate and reduce toxin impact
Timely Topic:This book addresses one of the most timely topics of our era. Especially with the struggle in Congress over Obamacare. Mr. Bacher points out that we need to truly reform our healthcare approach. The nice part of this is that it's not written by a policy wonk or a politician, both of whom know near nothing about healthcare. You'll come away with a different perspective on our current system. In addition, the author makes it clear that you as an individual bear personal responsibility for where your health status ends up. If more of us did that, the demands for healthcare services would be reduced substantially. Andy Riddell; retired Healthcare System CEO [39 years]
4 Eat high quality foods and buy "green" products.
5 Minimize stress.
6 Exercise and get moving.
7 Have biannual visits to doctors and dentists.
8 Stay social, give love and affection.
9 Do not smoke and drink alcohol only in moderation.
10 Have Faith in God, denomination does not matter.
Health tips and lifestyle improvement plans can be found here.
This book is super informative! As a mom and an advocate for healthy lifestyles, this is a great starting point for those who don't want to do all of the research and just want to get started getting healthy!
Mr. Bacher has done the work and has outlined his ten steps to health in an easy to follow and understandable way. Likewise, the information in this book on our healthcare situation in this country is absolutely true. As a mom of three kids who have all been hospitalized and myself having been hospitalized following brain surgery, I know that I am my biggest advocate. I was never given guidance in each of the hospitalizations, of how to PREVENT any future visits. Instead, I was simply given medication to take. I took it upon myself to research and find ways to get my family healthy and improve our lives without just band-aiding the situation.
This book outlines everything that I believe in!!! All in one book!
KT from Colorado