Balance has become a top priority for people around the world. More than ever before, we are on a quest for a better quality of life.

But we live in an unbalanced world. We work more and sleep less. We spend more time on our computers than we do with our families. We now eat more than we move. Our homes are no longer safe havens where we can rest. Now they are staging points for the next day’s hectic activities.

Sick and tired of being sick and tired? We are ready for a health revolution.

Our homes need attention. While environmental pollution exists outside, few of us realize that pollution is also inside our homes, attacking the health of our families. Much of what is indoors can do just as much harm to us as the chemicals outside, such as the air we breathe, the food and water we consume, and the cosmetic products we apply to our bodies.

An excerpt from “The Nontoxic Home” helps underscore the importance of a wellness home concept: “Making headlines in the news today are stories of people suffering from multiple chemical sensitivities and a myriad of other workplace and home-related maladies. Children and pets are also at grave risk from unseen toxins that permeate our school, work, and living spaces. Municipal water treatment, toxic cleaning fluids, improper lighting, chemically laden carpets and floor finishes, artificially scented room fresheners, perfumes, colognes, chemically treated bedding, as well as misunderstood effects of electromagnetic influences from appliances, TVs, computers, hairdryers, and so on. These all pose hazards to which we expose ourselves everyday. Cleaning up our personal environments should be of primary importance as part of an overall health program.”

There is a way, an established proven lifestyle that is the best way to protect our families. There is no need to remodel or redesign. Instead you will create it when equal attention is given to each of the Vital Areas for Health: Air, Water, Nutrition, Sleep and Light. These elements of wellness are not only individually significant, they are mutually dependent and each supports the others. Think of fitness requiring proper nutrition and rest. In turn, good rest is assured when exercise and fitness are part of an established routine. When these areas are in balance, the result can be a dramatic improvement in your quality of life.

Add another component and you can move the effort to regain the balance in your life to another level, and achieve total wellness with a philosophy of The 5 Pillars of Health. This is a key concept and life philosophy in which you evaluate key aspects of your life: Body, Mind, Family, Society and Finances. To achieve total wellness, individuals must have balance in all 5 areas, The 5 Pillars of Health.

It is time for you to discover a whole new way of life. There has never been a better way for you to achieve balance, and live a life of peace and harmony.

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