Achieve Health Goals? Say Mooo To Meat And Dairy!

Across the country employers are considering sharing some of the risk of health insurance with their health carriers in an attempt to lower the ever-escalating cost of health care.

When searching for Health insurance, keep in mind that “cheaper” is not always better. There are quite a few variables that go into making up your premium. Things like deductibles, co-pays, your use of in-network or out-of-network doctors and facilities, all contribute to your final monthly premium. If you are the “healthy” type, you can reduce your expenses by considering a plan with catastrophic coverage. Under this scenario, you would have a high deductible before the insurance kicks in. Presumably this will not matter at all because your abdo methode history shows that you do not use the system very much. If you are willing to withstand a $2,500.00 to $3,000.00 deductible or more, you could potentially lower your health insurance premium by about 50%.

Do something every day to help create a new healthy habit, one at a time. Don’t try and change everything all at once! A couple of examples could be to drink twelve ounces of water first thing in the morning, cut out processed sugar and replace it with smaller amounts of natural sugar, stop drinking soda, stop eating fast food, and add more fruits and vegetables to your diet. Pick one and do it for thirty days. The next month add another healthy habit. In one year you will have created twelve new healthy habits that will get you closer to becoming a health over comer.

Do something: This could be any activity you find interesting. Whether it is reading, writing, photography, swimming, dancing, cooking, pot-making or gardening, it does not matter. You need to just do it.

The same applies to exercise. It is now well understood that maintaining a good exercise regime throughout life reduces your risk factors for a whole range of unpleasant, and often fatal, diseases and conditions. The range of conditions which, according to the research, can or may be prevented, or at least the risk of thereof can be reduced, is enormous.

I know that many working in today’s current health system will be upset with this article; but the truth is the truth. Perhaps eating in accord with God’s food laws and sticking to organic foods will not prevent all disease. Therefore, it is necessary to have a health system that can help those who still become ill; however, such people should not be prescribing manmade medications created by the pharmaceutical industry that do more harm than good. Instead, they should switch to the natural remedies that our Creator has provided for us.

Every choice you make gives you at least one option. As an individual, every choice I make about my health leaves me with options that either improve my situation or make it worse. Every choice I make leads to better health or to declining health. It is up to me as an individual. It is up to you as an individual. It is up to each and every employee to make their own choices.

You don’t have to let yourself be molded into the corrupt system. If you have faith and trust in your Creator, he will bless you in all of your endeavors. In the end, righteousness is the only thing that will prevail. Everything wicked in this world will be cut down as the grass of the field. Take heed, repent, and make a difference in a world that desperately needs leaders willing to act upon truth and righteousness.