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the selfology® mission
We started this company because nothing matters more than the challenges that faces us all today: global ecological issues, health care issues, human conflicts, and inequality of all kinds.
We wish to achieve sustainable balance amongst the self, the ecology, the mind, and the expression so we constantly transform into a greater self, so we become help to others. The first mission for us is to “help as many people as possible (to) avoid becoming a hospital patient in the first place”.
“there is now abundant evidence that getting just four things right— not smoking, maintaining a healthy weight, being active, and eating well— could reduce the risk of all chronic diseases by 80 percent. That’s right: 80 percent! (There are four things on the list, but by eating well and being physically active, you will set yourself up for a healthy weight— so you really need to focus only on three things, with the final one being not smoking.) It’s a realization that could, and in my opinion should, remake the way we play the game of life, by inspiring us to make better lifestyle choices. If you do it right, you can write a new story for your future right down to the genetic level. To a preventive medicine specialist like me, this is of profound importance, because apathy and fatalism are among the biggest enemies of health and healing.
Becoming a doctor was a natural choice for me. My father is a doctor, and I knew I wanted to do something that mattered, that felt challenging and rewarding. During my training, I spent a lot of time trying to figure out what kind of doctor I really wanted to be, and I couldn’t help but notice that roughly eight out of ten hospitalized patients had serious illnesses, all of which could have been prevented by exercising, eating well, or not smoking. It seemed tragic to me that these people were suffering and shortening their lives— when a more healthful lifestyle could essentially have immunized them against such misery. It was then that the path to my life’s work became clear: I started investigating how a doctor becomes an expert in using lifestyle as medicine and how best to leverage nutrition, in particular, to help people avoid getting sick in the first place. The rest, as they say, is history. I have been an internist and a preventive medicine specialist ever since. I rely on both aspects of my training to take care of existing patients— and to try to help as many people as possible avoid becoming my (or any other doctor’s) patients in the first place!”
Katz M.D., David; Stacey Colino (2013-09-26). Disease-Proof: The Remarkable Truth About What Makes Us Well (p. xii).
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