Charles

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Date registered: 4th May 2015

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  1. The Evolution of Nutrition — 14th September 2015
  2. Why Are People So Unhealthy? — 7th May 2015
  3. Wellness Success or Failure Depends on Corporate Culture — 7th May 2015
  4. The Triage Theory of Nutrition and Aging — 7th May 2015
  5. The Effective Management of Stress — 7th May 2015

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Sep 14

The Evolution of Nutrition

Introduction Nutrition has come a long way, over many years, to the point where it is finally starting to get the attention it deserves in terms of its ability to determine if a person can achieve good health and avoid chronic disease and premature death.

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May 07

Why Are People So Unhealthy?

In spite of the overflow of information about how a person can and should become healthier, the actual health of our population continues to decline.  In 1950, about 10% of the population was chronically ill, and now that figure has risen to 53%.  Furthermore, by most estimates, a vast majority of the remainder of our …

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May 07

Wellness Success or Failure Depends on Corporate Culture

Introduction   Our wellness company, Healthy at Work, will not provide wellness services to any employer that cannot pass our corporate culture/quality evaluation.  That’s right, we use an organization quality evaluation tool with 47 questions in seven categories, and if the employer’s score is too low, we say, “Thanks, but no thanks.”  The reason is …

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May 07

The Triage Theory of Nutrition and Aging

This theory has been developed by Dr. Bruce Ames, and basically suggests that accumulated nutritional deficiencies cause damage to the DNA in our cells, eventually causing age-related diseases and premature death.  The basic theory is based on the following sequence of cellular deterioration:  

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May 07

The Effective Management of Stress

What is Stress? Stress is an emotionally disruptive or upsetting condition occurring in response to external influences, which is capable of affecting our physical health characterized by increased heart rate, a rise in blood pressure, muscular tension and possibly depression or anxiety. Stress started out when we were afraid of something eating us. Jurassic Park. …

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May 07

How To Prevent and Reverse Chronic Disease

How to Prevent and Reverse Chronic Disease   Overview   There are six specific reasons why chronic disease develops in our bodies.  They are as follows:   Nutrition – Deficiencies in key nutrients can create biochemical imbalances that often lead to cells becoming diseased.   Exercise – The lack of sufficient exercise can allow toxins …

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May 07

Preventing Free Radical Induced Disease

Toxicity Facts and Figures   There are over 80,000 chemicals in use in the U.S.   Every person has at least 700 contaminants in their body at any given time.   Some toxins move in and out of the body in hours (arenic), while others can stay in the body for 50 years (DDT).   …

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May 07

The Importance of Digestion

Many people make the false assumption that the food they eat is guaranteed to provide the nutrients their body’s need to function properly and create a state of good health. This assumption is usually false because most people are not getting he nutrients they need from the food they eat. The Centers for Disease Control …

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May 07

Healthy Heart

The Different Types of Heart Disease   Hardening of the arteries Collapse of an artery Tear in artery lining Faulty heart valve Nutrient deficiency Rhythm disruption

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May 07

Changing Employee Lifestyles: Creating a Sense of Urgency

Employers from coast to coast have a common and a troubling problem; how to get employees to adopt healthier lifestyles and behaviors.  The conventional methods simply do not seem to get the job done on a consistent basis, which raises the question: “Is there really any way to get people to adopt healthier lifestyles?”  

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