Posted by: 4pack | August 14, 2009

Ideal Health And Healthcare In America: CEO Of Whole Foods Stores John Mackey Correctly States That Americans Are Responsible For Their Own Poor Health And Obesity

 JOHN MACKEY HAS TRULY ADDRESSED THE FUNDAMENTAL ISSUE OF THE CURRENT OBESITY EPIDEMIC AND HEALTH CARE DEBATE…PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY…DON’T LET YOURSELF BECOME OBESE AND DON’T SMOKE…FOLLOW A HEALTHY DIET WHILE RESTRICTING CALORIE CONSUMPTION AND EXERCISE FOR MUSCLE RETENTION AND CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH…READ BELOW:

 "Rather than increase government spending and control, we need to address the root causes of poor health. This begins with the realization that every American adult is responsible for his or her own health."

"Rather than increase government spending and control, we need to address the root causes of poor health. This begins with the realization that every American adult is responsible for his or her own health."

“Unfortunately many of our health-care problems are self-inflicted: two-thirds of Americans are now overweight and one-third are obese. Most of the diseases that kill us and account for about 70% of all health-care spending—heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes and obesity—are mostly preventable through proper diet, exercise, not smoking, minimal alcohol consumption and other healthy lifestyle choices.”

 “We are all responsible for our own lives and our own health. We should take that responsibility very seriously and use our freedom to make wise lifestyle choices that will protect our health. Doing so will enrich our lives and will help create a vibrant and sustainable American society.”

(John Mackey, the ceo of Whole Foods Market)

Whole Foods CEO John Mackey Health Care Article

http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970204251404574342170072865070.html

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