Here at, we’re committed to covering all aspects of improving your health and wellness.

General health covers a lot of ground. Therefore, so will we. Health isn’t all physical – some of the topics that we’ll address are the physical / physiological aspects of wellness, including diet and weight loss, as well as the more mental / psychological aspects of the same. There is also the environmental side of good health. Everyday we are exposed to potential toxic environments because of the janitorial cleaning products that were used to clean the place. There is no need to bring toxic cleaning supplies into you own home. There are numerous e-commerce site promoting organic and environmentally safe products ranging from biodegradable paper goods and toilet paper to “green” detergents, hand soaps, furniture polish etc. The manufacturers of janitorial cleaning products are well aware of the environmentally safe market place that is developing among an educated segment of the population.

There is also the aspect of compromising your health via foolish choices. A good example is the rapid rise of STDs in young people. Even though condoms are recommended, many young people choose to ignore that common sense advice and have unprotected sex. It use to be that one would have to go to their doctor or a clinic to be tested for STDs. Today you are able to purchase std test kits online. Some websites will offer Private STD testing – but the small print says: “private, not anonymous, STD testing. This means that your name and other identifying information will be linked to your test results.” Other sites sell very private sti test kits that give you results within 15 minutes – all within the privacy of your home. Only you will know the result. However if the result is positive or symptoms persist then it is advisable to see a medical professional for treatment.

You’ll soon learn, there’s a direct correlation between the choices you make regarding your health as well as environmental influences. Only addressing one side of the equation is not the answer.

Another aspect of good health pertains to your mental state. Yes, we’re talking about mental health, something that’s difficult to examine without expert help in most cases. But some very simple observations about your own behavior can signal issues that need addressing. For example, one of the most common issues relates to obsession. This can lead to drug, alcohol or gambling addiction. A good friend once told me he was unable to control his urge to purchase jewelry for himself. He had found an online outlet that sold cubic zirconia rings and became fascinated by them, to the point that he was buying way too much for his own good. I thought this problem was strange and went to look at the online shop where he was spending all his money. I agree that the cz rings there are amazing, but if he is bankrupting himself with unnecessary purchases, he needs help. Fortunately he did find a therapist that helped him control his urges. Harming yourself in any way, with drugs, alcohol, or financially are all symptoms of a mental health problem that requires professional attention as soon as possible.

Further in these pages, we’ll cover such topics as memory improvement, trans fats, life coaching, and depression, all in order to get you up and running and in peak form in no time. Quite frankly it’s better to stay healthy than to experience some unexpected health crisis that leaves you in need of a payday advance online loan just to pay the medical costs. These loans do come in handy for short term cash flow emergencies, but you really don’t want to use them all the time. The added stress of financial woes can lead to stress resulting in medical and physiological problems.

In the meantime, here’s a snapshot of the different human body systems that make up our bodies:

Digestive System – made up of the digestive tract and other organs (liver, pancreas, gallbladder, mouth, esophagus, stomach, large intestine, small intestine, rectum and anus) that help the body break down and absorb food.

Musculoskeletal System – made up of the body’s skeleton, muscles, tendons, cartilage, joints, ligaments, and other connective tissue that supports and binds tissues and organs together. Its primary functions include supporting the body, protecting vital organs, and allowing motion.

Nervous System – a network of specialized cells (neurons and glial cells) that communicate information about an organism’s environment and itself, processing this information and causing reactions in other parts of the body. This system is divided into two categories: the central nervous system (made up of the nerve cord, spinal cord and brain) and the peripheral nervous system (made up of sensory neurons), and neurons generate impulses within and between these two systems.

Circulatory / Respiratory System – an organ system that passes amino acids, electrolytes, hormones, gases, nitrogen waste products, blood cells, etc. through cells in the body to help maintain homeostasis and help fight diseases.

– General Health Tips –
* When you wake up do stretching exercises because it boosts circulation & digestion. It also helps to ease back pain.
* Studies have shown that eating breakfast is one of the most important things you can do for your health. Try to keep your breakfast balanced & healthy with an assortment of fruits, fiber, toast, an egg & yogurt or milk.
* Please remember that after 30 your bone density declines. You should always get your daily calcium. You will need 200MG daily & it should be taken with Magnesium or it will not be absorbed.
* We all need at least 90MG of vitamin C per day. The best way you can get that vitamin C is to eat 5 servings of fresh fruit & vegies per day.

Please remember a healthy life is a happy life!