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Prevention

Prevention is better than cure ...

... and Active Prevention is the Future of Sustainable Health Care 

Active Prevention means a person has to perform a lifestyle changing action, by either including or excluding lifestyle habits.

Active Prevention means getting interested into your own health, and taking back responsibility for your own health.

Active Prevention

WHY ACTIVE?

  • ACTIVE Prevention focuses on actual activities to improve health and wellbeing.

  • Activation of a Patient is one of the the key differences between the Natural and Medical Systems.
    The medical system keeps patients mostly passive, prescribing medication or intervention.

What is Passive Prevention?

  • PASSIVE Prevention, mostly practiced by the Medical System includes; Vaccination & Medical tests. -  Passive, but mostly essential.

Preventable Lifestyle Diseases reaching epidemic numbers - Active Prevention is essential.


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Active Prevention Article Column:

Free Weight Loss Guide - Holistic Weight Loss Support Program

To lose weight is one of the most quick and beneficial method to Actively Prevent Lifestyle Diseases

Preventative DNA Check Ups - Health App's hardly can be called Future of Medicine anymore ...
Who is ultimately responsible for your health? - "Yes, that would be you ... yes .. you".
Active Prevention for Acne - What does Active Prevention mean in the context of Acne?
Toxic Accumulation - Stop eating refined and processed food 
Health Foundation - Active Prevention foundation... Physical, Mental and Spiritual aspects in relation to your Health.
Optimal Nutrition - the raw materials which are required for your health.
Weight & Diabetes Type 2 - Prevention
Anti Ageing Concepts
Cancer Prevention Blood Type Diet

Lot's of diseases are preventable

Drink tea for health and to prevent cancer
Alternative therapies potentially dangerous?
Naturopathic philosophy
Art Therapy - Art for Active Prevention
Why would you visit a Naturopath?  - "Why would anyone visit a Naturopath"?; biased skeptics against natural therapies would ask.
Naturopathic Advantages - Naturopathy is a "Non-Invasive and Drug Free", treatment and prevention support system.
How to stay Healthy? - Staying healthy means to focus on two main directions:
1.) Trying to dodge the bullets, or with other words don't get sick.
2.) Actively doing something (prevention) to be healthier and therefore let the bullets bounce off.
 

Prevention Policies:

Policies to prevent Diseases:

Anti Smoking Policies are a well documented success, but many more similar polices are needed.

Active Prevention Polices must not be confused with the concept of a "Nanny State".

Prevention Policies are to support Health by regulating fraudulent or misleading information.

GMO Labeling would be a good example, as it is a good policy to provide correct information for the consumer to make their preferred food choice.

WHO Constitution:

“Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity”.

Prevention Lifestyle Choices

General Self Help Options:

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