PREVENTION --- IT'S UP TO YOU, NOT YOUR DOCTOR!

Written by Judy Thompson


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What aboutrepparttar junk-food eaters? I consider junk food to be greasy foods, white breads, pastries, candy, sugar products, potato chips, soft drinks, andrepparttar 149875 list could go on and on. The more things you violate in your diet,repparttar 149876 more likely you are to get hit with one or more diseases, such as heart disease, cancer, diabetes, Parkinsonís disease, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, etc. Also,repparttar 149877 more likely you are to just plain feel bad, lack energy or get frequent colds.

So, when something happens, you go torepparttar 149878 doctor, who may prescribe something to make you feel better. However, you still need to take control of your own health in order to prevent more things from happening to you inrepparttar 149879 future!

Here are some suggestions: 1.Eliminate most ofrepparttar 149880 ďjunkĒ food. 2.Make sure you eat plenty of fruits and vegetables everyday. 3.Drink plenty of water, preferably filtered. 4.If you are not having daily bowel movements, add a fiber product. Drinking plenty of water withrepparttar 149881 fiber will help prevent constipation. 5.Take high quality vitamin and mineral supplements. 6.Exercise. 7.Detoxify. The previous points will helprepparttar 149882 body to detoxify. However, you may need additional detoxification to ridrepparttar 149883 body of toxins that have built-up overrepparttar 149884 years.

One word of caution. Donít make major changes all at once! Thatís too hard on your body. In fact, if you can locate a naturopathic physician or a good nutritionist in your area, it would probably be wise of you to consult with that person before undergoing serious dietary changes.

To summarizerepparttar 149885 main point in this article:repparttar 149886 more you take responsibility for your own health,repparttar 149887 better chance you have to stay healthy and not be a victim of any diseases or illnesses.

Judy Thompson is a former Health teacher and for many years has been a student of natural nutrition. Nutrition information and products may be found at and ordered from her website. http://shopnutronix.com/333015895


Eliminate Troubling Back Pain and Eye Strain Associated With Heavy Computer Use

Written by Roger Williams


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Your head and torso should be in-line with your head slightly bent forward, facing forward, and balanced.

Your shoulders should be at ease with your upper arms hanging normally atrepparttar sides of your body.

Your elbows should be close to your body and bent between 90 and 110 degrees.

Your feet should be either supported by a footrest or should be relaxing onrepparttar 149874 floor. While leaning back or sitting in a vertical position, make sure your lower back is fully supported.

Your hips and thighs should be supported by a well-padded seat.

Your knees and hips should be at almostrepparttar 149875 same height as your feet and slightly forward.

Quick Tips - Your Work Environment

Readjust your chair and backrest at regular intervals.

Periodically stretch your fingers, hands, arms, and torso.

Your keyboard, monitor, and your posture should be on a straight line to avoid any positional discomforts.

Always adjust your chair so youíre looking down atrepparttar 149876 screen, never up.

Your desktop should be at a convenient height with enough space for your equipment andrepparttar 149877 dayís work.

Your chair should give good back support and allow for height adjustment.

Your keyboard andrepparttar 149878 mouse mat should have a good wrist-rest.

A document holder placed atrepparttar 149879 height of your monitor will eliminate neck strain.

Roger Williams is a Web designer and copywriter who spends endless hours on his computer. He has learned through much research how to eliminate the physical stress of heavy computer use. If you want more health tips for computer users, visit http://www.meandmymouse.com/hc


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