Wealth Means Nothing Without Health

by Emily on December 11, 2012

People seek modes of increasing wealth for different reasons. Some are barely making ends meet, and really need more money. Others want to add a few luxuries to their lifestyle – an overseas vacation, a home theater, an upgraded car. Some people want to quit their jobs, some want to be able to give more generously, and a few simply enjoy numbers games.

But most of these people continue on in the same unhealthy habits: loading up on caffeine, eating processed foods (and overeating, at that), drinking tap water, not exercising, using toxin-laden cleaners and personal hygiene products, not taking nutritional supplements. While they look to make more money, they neglect their health, so that eventually whatever wealth they manage to accrue ends up being used up to manage their disease.

Let me make a truth that most health experts and organizations have come to a consensus on, very clear:

Most instances of chronic and degenerative disease can be prevented with the right lifestyle choices.

Your genetic tendencies have not doomed you! Just because your mother, aunt, grandmother and sister all developed breast cancer doesn’t mean it’s inevitable for you! Just because your dad and older brother had heart attacks at age 45 doesn’t mean that that has to be your fate, too!

But if you continue following the path of mainstream culture, you will die early and of a painful disease. And if you have managed to meet your financial goals, you will not be able to enjoy the fruit of it.

Stop following the mainstream. Commit to:

  • Eating clean, whole foods 95% of the time;
  • Exercising 3-4 times per week;
  • Taking high-quality nutritional supplements (no, you can’t get everything you need from food, sorry);
  • Eliminating toxins from your house and your body; and
  • Drinking purified water.

These habits will dramatically reduce your risk of degenerative disease, regardless of how many of your family members it has struck.

There is a Catch-22, though. Taking the steps to optimum health costs money! What to do if you want (or need) to improve both your standard of living and your health? Consider plugging into a system that enables you to increase your wealth while getting healthier at the same time.

I’ll be here to help you every step of the way. :)


Sapna December 12, 2012 at 6:49 pm

Hi Emily

Just landed from Corbett barr’s post. Well said, Health is wealth. In present economic scenario people are running after money and they give least priority to their health.
You have explained the simple but very important steps very clearly



Emily December 12, 2012 at 8:38 pm

You’re welcome. :)

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