Health as observed by the World Health Organization (WHO) and held by public opinion is the greatest wealth. The loss of Health is worse than the loss of Wealth. Many factors such as stress, poor diet, lack of adequate rest and exercise mitigate having a good health which terribly reduces our health status from vibrant zone (100%) to the sick zone (25%) as scientifically proven. The incidence of chronic disease such as Hypertension, Diabetes, Cancer, Stroke, etc has increased, which can be attributed largely to drinking, smoking and eating diet woefully inadequate in nutrient.
Sadly, many people discover that they have these conditions only when they develop complications and become incapacitated in their prime of life. Renowned organizations like American Diabetes Association (ADA), Center for Disease Control (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO) and National Cancer Institute (NCI) held that the world is fast losing the health battle to these deadly and chronic diseases. Furthermore, research has shown that 90% of the world population don’t eat right, 80% of good health is due to eating a nutrient-rich diet that includes whole grains, fruits, vegetables, and fish.
More so, the Average Life Expectancy (ALE) in Kenya is around 67 years. Thus, there is a great need for everyone to acquire the right information and knowledge required to save our lives and that of our loved ones.
We conduct FREE HEALTH TALKS as part of our health promotion services.
WELLNESS IS CHEAPER THAN ILLNESS!
Some of the benefits of our health talk are:
I. Increased awareness of the silent killer diseases and the preventive measures to take
II. Opportunity to have basic tests like BMI and BP
III. Information on the benefits of taking nutritional supplements to boost our daily nutrient need
IV. Enhanced healthy workforce with increased productivity as a result of improved lifestyle
V. Professional and nutritional advice on how to maintain a healthy diet.
Topics that you could consider:
- Work life balance
- Depression and Mental Health
- Alcohol and Drug Abuse
- Healthy Eating and Nutrition
- Sexual Health