viernes, 11 de enero de 2013

Andreas Moritz



Our cultural attitude is that the best we can hope for is a reasonably healthy childhood and early adulthood. Nevertheless, as we progress into middle age and eventually our later years, the expectation is that our health, vitality and mobility will gradually deteriorate. We tend to think that our only option is to slow down the deterioration as much as possible.
Unfortunately, if we resort to medications or surgery in response to various symptoms of illness within the body, we only tend to exacerbate the problem. Most of us have never been taught about the regenerative powers of the body – that if we work in harmony with the natural processes of the body, cleaning out the toxins and residues as they accumulate, and making appropriate changes to our eating and lifestyle habits, the vitality and mobility that we experienced in our younger years can be restored. Even if we are approaching the twilight years of life, it is virtually never too late to reverse the trend of deteriorating health.

(This is an excerpt from the book ‘SIMPLE STEPS TO TOTAL HEALTH’ by Andreas Moritz & John Hornecker)
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