How to Stay on Top of Your Health – Health Motivation Video

How to Stay on Top of Your Health – Health Motivation Video

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How to stay on top of your health?

My answer is simple: your mindset needs to be in check. You need to be proactive…

Proactivity vs. Reactivity

Proactivity is the opposite of reactivity. As a reactive person can only react to its environment, a proactive person takes action upon his environment.

The reactive person is someone that believes he will be taken care of in some way. He believes he’s not in control of his destiny, but that his destiny is controlling him.

Health Motivation Video

Conversely, the proactive person believes he’s in charge of his own destiny and doesn’t expect anybody to take care of him. He believes he can shape his destiny and lives towards what he believes to be best for him.

You obviously need to be proactive.

No, let me rephrase: You obviously need to get the habit of being proactive. This means stopping to be a victim of your own circumstances (e.g. your health), and start making things happen!

I like to see proactivity as being a muscle, a muscle you can train. Some people might be naturally proactive, but most of us aren’t.

What do You Focus on?

The huge difference between reactive and proactive people is their focus: As the first group of people is focusing on what the environment is doing to them, the second group is focusing on what they can do upon the environment.

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10 Steps to Preventing Cancer: An Evidence Based Approach

10 Steps to Preventing Cancer


With cancer being the #2 killer worldwide, accounting over 9 million deaths, and over 15 million new diagnoses each year, cancer prevention must be a top priority in the medical field. Especially when we look at our options in terms of curative interventions. Nowadays, it’s either ablation or chemotherapy… Pretty invasive and destructive, and yet it’s not that successful. Read more

Should You Drink While Eating? – Why Drinking Water While Eating Might NOT Be A Good Idea

should you drink while eating

In this video I cover why drinking water with your meals might NOT be a good idea.

Drinking while eating will dilute your gastric secretions and digestive enzymes. This will make you end up losing energy because your body has to compensate by secreting more of these precious enzymes!

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