Prevention is Better than Cure
The only way to keep your health is to eat what you don’t want, drink what you don’t like, and do what you’d rather not. – Mark Twain
I’m a visionary and has a strong interest in the creative field with a keen eye for capturing and creating beauty. I believe true beauty resonates from the soul. Graceful aging is my goal and I want to share this beauty secret with the entire world:)
What is Spiritual Beauty?
“I’m the soul and I’m a child of God. No Soul ever Die!” – Sunflower Chong
Spiritual beauty emanate from the soul and the soul is connected to Almighty God.
“Spiritual grooming requires time alone to think and soul search. It means taking inventory of your personal life and determining what’s wrong and right about one’s self. Having a beautiful spirit surpasses physical beauty because your soul won’t require acceptance from society but assurance from God that you are His unique creation, therefore, BEAUTIFUL.
When your spirit’s beautiful, kindness, love, compassion, and understanding are your wardrobe of choice. Giving, sharing, teaching, reaching are your daily accessories and makeup. With your spiritual beauty, God’s beauty you’ll attract other God like spirits in your relationships with people.”
Hence the key foundation is to develop your inner beauty to enable your outer beauty will shine with might. Until we learn to spiritually groom ourselves, we’ll always be unhappy with ourselves and always attract negative spirits to us and continue to have unsatisfying relationships in our lives.
When your soul is empty or lost you are living half a life and when we are the master of our life we will live a FULL life!!
Be Your Own Doctor
Self-Healing Techniques – Simple And Free
Published on Mar 14, 2013
Hong Chi Xiao discussed with Anne Margrethe Hess of the Home Planet Network, He illustrated various types of healing and simple techniques to help oneself, at the Beyond 2012 conference in the Newton Hotel, Nairn, Inverness, Scotland.
A Long View on Health Care: Think like an Investor
It’s all old news–if you have access to healthy food, you should eat it. http://www.brasschecktv.com/videos/health-and-medical-1/the-cure-to-obesity-is-prevention-not-surgery.html
Could health care costs be reined in by improving access to preventive care? It’s an idea that appeals to policy makers and many public health experts, but the evidence for it is surprisingly hard to pin down.
Bariatric surgeon Dr. Garth Davis has a problem with the medical field: it’s based on curing existing diseases, not preventing disease.
Let Food Be Thy Medicine | Garth Davis, M.D.
Bariatric Surgeon, Dr Garth Davis, says surgery will not cure obesity.
Published on Oct 28, 2015
Dr. Garth Davis, MD: Dr. Davis was a recent guest speaker at the McDougall Advanced Study Weekend in Santa Rosa, CA. Dr. Davis is a bariatric surgeon who runs The Davis Clinic for Surgical and Medical Weight Loss. He is the medical director for weight loss surgery at Memorial Hermann Memorial City Hospital and an assistant professor of surgery at The University of Texas Health Science Center. He was featured in TLC’s docu-series “Big Medicine’, and is the author of “The Expert’s Guide To Weight Loss Surgery.” Most recently he has combined his many years of experience working with people trying to lose weight, with his extensive research into diet, to write “Proteinaholic”
The United States, an advanced country where the money is in the medicine, boasts the highest rates of heart disease, obesity and cancer in the world.
Our docs would rather profit off our disease by prescribing expensive pills and even surgeries than teach us how to stay healthy.
The surgeries don’t even work, Dr. Davis claims–he found that many of his surgical patients immediately regained the weight he removed due to their unhealthy eating habits.
Dr. Davis’ advice:
1. Eat better, not less.
2. Meat and dairy are bad for you.
3. Your body needs exercise.
4. Eat your vegetables.