The Line Between Life And Death

For what do we do all of this? By “this”, I mean care about and tend to our health. Why not just take the minimum road that life requires? Our lifespans are at all-time highs, modern conveniences have removed the necessity of much physical labor; why not just enjoy these things and die when we die?

The answer lies in our definition of “death”; and conversely, “life”. We would see the folly of this argument immediately with a simple shift in ...

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Language Man On Working Out

Ah, the “workout”. Mostly known as an encapsulized period of time in which we engage in physical challenges that are supposed to be the antidote to aging and all other ravages of modern civilization. Yet, reality is usually much different.

Never forget this: the only reason you have to work out at all is to (hopefully) create a substitute for the original version: survival in a natural environment. When survival in a natural environment was a very real and daily task, ...

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Chapter One

Fact #1: I am not a scientist. 
Fact #2: Neither are you.
Fact #3: There once was a world where there were no scientists, anywhere.
Fact #4: We were healthier then than we are now.
Fact #5. Most of us will dutifully wait for science to reveal how we should live.
Bio-axiomics has solved this riddle:
Mad_scientistGood science is always right, ...
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All Or Nothing

Is it, or isn’t it? That’s what we all desperately want to hear. It’s the modern mindset.

Well, we all need to realize that health is not achieved with an “all or nothing”, “for or against”, “right and wrong”, mindset. 
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The Real Goal Of Health

Performance is not the goal of health – performance is the test of health.

If you ever forget that, you can and will be suckered into spending either money or time or both on some practice or product that sounds like it is the key to unlocking health, only it isn’t. And we won’t know it isn’t until we’ve run out of money or time or both.

Quality-of-life is the only real goal of health. But, you’d never know it by how ...

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Health Is Not Class Issue

Drop by your local mall soon and take a look around. What you see there is a dramatic example of why your health is less than it should be. Our desire to be entertained has been completely overwhelmed our need for food, shelter, and clothing. The new attitude is that entertainment is all that matters; the actual value of what we’re buying as a contributor to health has been greatly diminished or lost entirely, as long as we’re being entertained.

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