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Fixin' Healthcare

Sunday, October 23, 2005

The End Justifies the Means

Is there a difference between good health and optimum health? Are you satisfied with the absence of poor health or do you want the best health possible for you? More than likely, you think about such things in different terms. You want to feel good with a sense of energy and the ability to perform the mental and physical tasks that you enjoy or have the need to perform.

Although good health and optimum health may be the same, over time they are likely to diverge. The difference is in the process. One path will manage health problems as they occur and the other will manage health risk. One path is after the fact and the other strives to stay ahead of problems. One path is reactive and the other is proactive. One path is dependent and the other is independent.

The evidence continues to accumlate that optimum health depends more on how you live than the luck of the draw. More than you might have thought, the choice is yours.


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