Four Measures for Optimal Health


“Knowledge of what it does not open the door directly
to what should be”
Albert Einstein

If there's one thing everyone wants, it is a good health. Optimal health is the mental and physical energy, vitality, and resilience to live joyfully in your own body and face the challenges of your life. Optimal health is more than the absence of disease. Not being sick enough to meet the diagnosis criteria for any particular disease is not as good as it gets. Too many people accept this as health, mostly because they think about health and disease as opposite sides of a coin, meaning that if you’re not sick, you must be healthy.

Optimal health is mental and physical. It’s a state of body, but it’s also a state of mind – and more importantly, it’s a healthy, joyful, and respectful relationship between your mind and your body. If you’re constantly thinking about how much you hate your body, trying to ignore that you even have a body, or punishing your body for existing by pushing it through an exercise routine that you hate, the endless stream of negativity is cutting you off from the vibrant energy of living comfortably inside your own skin.

Optimal health is a lived experience. You don’t get health once and then hang it up on your trophy wall forever after. It’s only meaningful as a something you practice in real life, something that changes the way you experience living in your body.

There are four time-tested, clinically proven measures of health that you can use to determine your own level of health:

  • Insulin level

  • Ideal weight and waist size

  • Blood pressure

  • Cholesterol level

In this program you'll learn about these four factors that are your signs on the highway to optimal wellness. You can use these proven health indicators to monitor your success to Optimal Health and Anti-Aging.