Great Benefits from a Community Based Lifestyle Program

Dr. Michael Greger shared some wonderful 5 minute “Nutrition Facts” videos about the “CHIP Program”. I enourage you to review the CHIP Health site to learn more.

CHIP started out as the Coronary Health Improvement Program and is now named, the Complete Health Improvement Program because of its comprehensive benefits.

The three videos below include  “The Weight Loss Program that Got Better with Time“,  “CHIP: The Complete Health Improvement Program” and “a Workplace Wellness Program that Works“.  This inexpensive community based education program is getting great results and helping many feel better as they learn about the power of plant based foods.  I encourage you to watch these interesting presentations to learn more!

The possible confounding association of CHIP with Seventh Day Adventists was raised, however, as shown in the third video tests with rural participants indicates the program helps.

It is great learning about programs that work while they also help generate comprehensive improvements by creating pervasive, reciprocal, selfish, selfless, synergistic interactions so everyone and everything benefits.

I look forward to hearing how you help make it a Great Week for everyone and everything!

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Be Well’r,
Craig Becker

Be selfish, selfless, & synergistic so everyone and everything benefits!

Contact me at:
Email: BeWellr@gmail.com

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My Sister Practiced Paneugenesis and Everything Benefitted!

As you know, paneugenesis is a selfish, selfless, synergistic actions that create interactions so everyone and everything benefits. I was happy to learn that my sister, Holly Hennessy, who is  Vice Principal in California is practicing paneugenesis by leading a 6th Grade class in a real life civics lesson. She and the students took time to make a local park more beautiful so everyone and everything benefits. Those that participated realized they could make a difference and that their actions matter. Read more about what and how they did it here.

Bellflower students keep Carruthers Park beautiful

Students from Woodruff Elementary and Bellflower Middle School raked wood chips in fitness areas at Caruthers Park on Friday, Jan. 30, as part of a service projected dedicated to beautifying the 20-acre Bellflower city park. Courtesy

See at: http:/http://www.presstelegram.com/lifestyle/20150207/bellflower-students-keep-carruthers-park-beautiful

Be Well’r,

Craig Becker

Create selfish, selfless, synergistic interactions

so everyone & everything benefits!

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