Health and Wellness 101
Learn why the health and wellness industry is such a big deal not just for our business, but for the lives of our friends, family, and loved ones.
What is the State of Your Health?
Fast food and soda company owners aren’t necessarily bad people. They’re folks just like you and me, who were at one point trying to make an honest buck. Now, the machine is spinning out of control – famous documentaries like Super Size Me emphasize what fast food culture is doing to our health.
Things are getting out of control.
Diet companies are peddling pills and plans that are risking the health of consumers and simply not working. Now, more than ever, its time to get a grip on what we’re putting in our bodies. It’s time to educate and empower ourselves and the people around us.
Welcome to Health and Wellness, a billion dollar a year industry.
As predicted by the world renowned and respected economist Paul Zane Pilzer, the Wellness Industry will be the next major force in business on the planet reaching 1 trillion dollars by 2010. With billions of Baby Boomers about to retire soon and demanding solutions to degenerative diseases and a healthy retirement, it is inevitable for the industry to exceed the healthcare industry.
Today, health care costs for “sickness care” are spiraling out of control to the point and health and wellness a priority more than ever. You can now be part of an industry and company that can make a difference by helping one person at a time.
Are We Making Ourselves Sick?
Broke, fat, sick or dead – that’s what’s happening all around us.
The people we love – and ourselves – are living lower quality lives. We don’t have enough time to exercise, and we simply don’t feel well.
PETs and other harmful toxins are in the foods we eat. A recent news report announced that ground up tree bark is in our food – bagels, waffles and carb-heavy foods that are processed are PACKED with unused tree parts. In our bodies! In our systems!
The food industry treats us like cattle, and puts us in a situation where unhealthy foods dominate our lives and the lives of people we care about.
Ready to stop the machine?
There is a huge opportunity for those who want to live healthier and share this with others.