A major difference between the healthy and the sick are the personal standards of behavior that we possess. How we move and what we put into our bodies today will play a large role in determining our future health, longevity, and independence.
So why do we do the things we do? Do we always have our own best interests in mind? What can we do differently to alter the development of chronic diseases? Our role is to help you answer these questions by providing resources to improve your health IQ. We understand that "knowing better" doesn't always mean you will "do better", so we also provide strategies designed to help inspire your next move.
In our attempt to reveal information trapped in medical journals, we invite you to explore the following links associated with the Guardrails approach: education, motivation, and perspiration.