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Home - Reclaim Your Health Home My Story Eat For Health Walk For Health Mindset For Health WalkAbout 2016 Juicing Survivor Donate Blog FacebookTwitterYoutubeInstagramPinterestGoogle+LinkedinSkypeEmail Home admin 2016-03-25T06:42:19+00:00 Eat For Health Walk For Health Mindset For Health WalkAbout 2016 Reclaim Your Health Live the life you were intended to live Today, we are facing a health crisis that is unprecedented in our history. According to the National Institute of Health, more than two-thirds of all adults are considered to be overweight (BMI of 25 to 29.9). Nearly half of those are considered to be obese (BMI over 30) and over 5% of our adult population is considered extremely obese (BMI over 40). The obesity rate in children is growing at an alarming rate as well. The incidence of chronic diseases like cancer, lung and heart disease have been steadily climbing over the last century and have now become the leading causes of death. Nearly one-half of all adults are suffering from at least one of these chronic diseases and we are all at a much higher risk than ever before for developing type 2 diabetes, fatty liver disease, osteoarthritis (pain, swelling and stiffness in joints) and experiencing a stroke. The health care system has now become a disease management system. Join The Movement! Signup now to receive timely info designed to help you lose weight, get fit and reclaim your health. I will never give away, trade or sell your email address. You can unsubscribe at any time. Contrast our current situation to the early 1900s when the top three causes of death were tuberculosis, influenza, and gastrointestinal infections. Those causes have all but been eradicated due to better sanitation, the vaccination programs and the clean water initiatives carried out during the early part of the last century. Yet these potential longevity gains have been overshadowed by our current crisis. What has caused this situation? Due to the advances in transportation, entertainment and the move to an information-based society, more and more of us have adopted a sedentary lifestyle. The commercialization and corporatization of our food supply and the marketing of derivative food products has caused us to become accustomed to eating highly-processed foods that our ancestors didn’t have. These “food” choices are high in calories and nearly devoid of the nutrition that our bodies really need. These cultural and behavioral changes have caused an energy imbalance in our lives where we are taking in more calories than we need for the level of activity that we undertake and those calories are not as nutritious as our bodies need. So we tend to be overfed, yet malnourished. What is the answer to this crisis? Prevention and education. The truth that is rarely spoken today is that the majority of chronic diseases that we suffer from can be prevented or lessened by the adoption of healthy lifestyles which include good nutrition, physical activity, maintaining a healthy weight and avoiding the toxic chemicals that are found in most of the processed “food” that we consume. It has been estimated that lifestyle factors are associated with an up to 93% reduction in risk for most chronic illnesses. As a society, we need to become health-literate and we need to become active participants in our own healthcare and disease prevention. We need to become physically active on a regular basis. We need to make more nutritious food choices. We need to adopt a mentality of addressing diseases first with lifestyle and dietary changes before we resort to taking medications. We need to educate everyone that it is possible to avoid heart disease, some forms of cancer, hypertension and obesity. It is time to take back control of our own health and prevent these chronic conditions that drastically reduce our quality of life and shorten our lifespans. Latest Articles News, expert advice and information designed to help you reclaim your health 504, 2016 Gallery WalkAbout 2016 Day 4 Have you ever been so cold that your teeth actually chattered? That was me during the night. That and the wind and rain were the only noises I 404, 2016 Gallery WalkAbout 2016 Day 3 There is something about 3:30am. I don't know what it is. But I often wake at that time and I rarely can ever go back to sleep. This 304, 2016 Gallery WalkAbout 2016 Day 2 The wind howled and the storm raged on all last night. I was so glad that Serinda and Reese had invited me in. There is no way that 204, 2016 Gallery WalkAbout 2016 Day 1 I started my walkabout from Cape Henlopen State Park a little later in the day than I had planned. I wasn't exactly sure where the trail marker was 2301, 2015 Permalink Gallery Something Has Been Keeping Me Up Nights It's 3:30 am and I can't sleep. I'm thinking about how to be of more service. How to help more people. I see so many people struggling health-wise, 1201, 2015 Permalink Gallery Roller Coasters Are a Great Analogy for Life I have loved roller-coasters since I was a kid. Of course, back then I never really thought about the implications that might have in my life. Growing up 1001, 2015 Permalink Gallery Walk It Off! We all know that we should get some exercise every day but it’s not always easy to squeeze it into our fast-paced lifestyles. After a long day at 601, 2015 Permalink Gallery Are You Happy? How are you feeling? Are you having a great day or are you caught in the trap of just surviving and hoping for future happiness? People talk about how 1509, 2014 Permalink Gallery Are you eating enough fruits and veggies? Most people don't. I believe that part of the issue is all the marketing by big-food and big-pharma companies. Let's face it. No one who advocates eating fruits 3105, 2013 Permalink Gallery Eat As Though Your Life Depends Upon It When you think of food, what first pops into your mind? Just two years ago I would have had a completely different answer than I do now. If Purchase a WalkAbout 2016 Tee Copyright 2016 Reclaim Your Health Guru. All Rights Reserved. Contact ? Terms of Service ? Privacy Policy Whois

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