Healthy Living Videos
Teaching Systems Nutrition PIZZA, PASTA, PANCAKES, PAPAYA, AND PIE, WHAT SHOULD YOU EAT? So many choices, but eating is more than just consuming delicious foods, it’s essential. The Standard Deviants Nutrition gets down to the fruits and nuts of the vitamins, minerals and water needed to make our bodies work. Teens will understand the importance of the choices they make to maintain a healthy, strong lifestyle and what makes up the perfect plate!
Understanding the nature of stress at a detailed level is the basis upon which we can start to manage it effectively. The Personal Stress and Well-being Assessment provides a simple but thorough process by which we can better understand our own stress handling skills.
This program is about how you can take steps to help protect yourself and your family from various types from cancer. About one third of all cancer deaths may be related to what we eat. Making positive choices in your diet everyday promotes good nutrition and good health and may reduce your risk of some types of cancer.
You Don’t Have To Die From Heart Attacks, Strokes, Or Diabetes (Long Version) - Don’t rely on your physician alone, it takes teamwork and you’re the main player on the team. One size does not fit all and there isn’t one pill that will solve all ills.
Transportation Professionals - Nutrition And Health - Everyone wants to be healthy and live a long and prosperous life. Professionals in the transportation industry, particularly drivers, are generally forced into the category of an unhealthy lifestyle because if you’re on the road, it’s difficult to eat a healthy meal, work out, and take long walks or jogs around the park.
Dr. Reddy is a renowned cardiologist whose practice is devoted to NO HEART ATTACKS, NO STROKES, and REPAIR THE DAMAGE to your heart that may have already occurred. This seems too good to be true, but many of his patients are walking around without the danger of Heart Attacks and Strokes, with damaged hearts under repair.
Better Back, Better Health, Better Life - 80% of all people will experience back trouble. According to the American Institute of Preventative Medicine, about 80 million people in the U.S. currently have back pain. Back pain is the leading cause of absenteeism in the workplace and ranks third behind heart disease and arthritis in workers between the ages of 45 to 64.