Prevention Strategies

Independently Healthy

  Nearly half of all Americans suffer from at least one chronic disease and the average senior citizen is on 14-18 prescriptions. 

  We have worked with many individuals that have overcome their suffering through targeted health protocols, but the question is what happens to them years later. Does one just fall victim to these statistics again or can you actually stay healthy?  

  Once you’ve achieved a healthy state again the last thing you want to do is go back to poor health. 

  After two decades of working with health challenged patients we’ve learned that the number one factor in prevention is accurate wellness education. 

In fact, the original root meaning of the word doctor is teacher. It’s been well established that teaching patients the know how to stay healthy is paramount in maintaining long term success.

  Unfortunately, it is not common place given the pressures and challenges in the current healthcare arena.  Nor is it necessarily taught in most doctorate programs.

  Many have stated they don’t like taking medications. 

  The more understanding and confidence you have of how your body works within your health condition the less risk there is of future medication dependency. In other words, if you want to be less dependent on medication then you must be more developed in education.

  That’s why we have established an easy to follow mentoring curriculum that gives you that confidence and understanding.

  It allows you to gain an in depth understanding how to create control over your health.  By teaching the important principles of nutrition, detoxification, fitness, hormones and the nervous system you become more equipped to set sail for a healthier future.

Here are some of the benefits of the health curriculum described by patients:

  -More control over one’s individual health as well as their family’s health

  -Confident that even if they fall off the wagon then they can pick themselves back up again and reset.

  -They feel they can have better communication and a more productive working relationship with their primary care physician.

  -Easier to steer clear of fad diets, popular potions and health myths that have thrown them off track in the past.

  -Knowing how to avoid the roller coaster of health.

  -It’s easier to follow through when you understand WHY you are doing it.