Well-Care Vs. Sick-Care

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Well-Care Vs. Sick-Care

Who isn’t tired of being tired or sick of being sick?  We as a society still tend to focus on a “sick-care” model, which means we don’t focus on lifestyle changes until it is too late and we are on our deathbeds.

Why are people so reluctant to take care of their health?  When should the focus on health begin? When you were a child, did your parents encourage you to eat well and exercise?  What about seeking alternative care in addition to having a general practitioner?  What we have been doing for the past 100 years in healthcare in regard to preventative care has been slow to change and has even regressed.  Why is it so hard to receive alternative preventative medical care?  Often, a health scare becomes the driving force to follow a “well-care” model.  Why do people wait so long?

We need to focus on the here and now.  Preventative medicine with personalized nutrition using real-time data markers of a comprehensive blood work, DNA assessment, and a food sensitivity panel.  It is not realistic to think that having your blood work taken once a year truly helps you to be preventative in your health.  A lot changes in a 12-month period which includes your blood work and the foods you are sensitive to.  Your DNA is what makes you you and it never changes.  Therefore, it is critical to have at least your DNA and routine blood work to make clinically appropriate modifications to your nutrition.  Tracking your progress is the key to a real-time change in your personalized nutritional approach into a well-care model.

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