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How Many People Who Think About Their Health Every Day Ever Get Sick?

In Uncategorized on March 8, 2010 at 3:45 pm

Here at http://Biodrux.org we love scientific facts and research about health and disease treatments. We love that the numbers give us a peek into the volume, acceleration, and direction of a health condition that You in your 30’s or 40’s or 50’s will have to deal with in a few short years – or not. Sure the numbers can be made to lie. In the case of a popular vegetarian health and longevity study citied frequenty to prove that vegetarians are healthier than omnivores, the number of people studied was fifty. Only fifty people were studied.


Every once in a while, we come across a blog that transcends the confusability of numbers and stats. Every once in a while, we find a website that presents health truths that appeal to the heart and logic. Thanks to @proj_gratitude we found another blog on it’s one year aniversary. Their reminders about your health make me wonder… if you were conscious about your health every day just by reading http://co-creatinghealth.com/blog/ once a day, how much healthier would you be throughout your life?

Diet: The truth is that your body has a way of telling you that you need food, but the problem rises when you are not really hungry at all and appetite takes control

Cures (that don’t make anybody rich off of you): No wonder why happy people are less likely to get sick than their sad counterparts

Fatigue: This is the sole reason we have a lot of energy drinks readily available to give us a jump to hyper drive

How much healthier would you be if you read http://co-creatinghealth.com/blog/ once a day? Thanks @project_gratitude from Health Myths You Still Believe Team.

Posted via web from Mind and Body Health Myths that You Still Believe – Bioprin

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