Project Focus

Our project focuses on the simple concept of the balance between foods we eat and the amount of exercise we get, while examining the consequences of the balance or imbalance. We call it the 3 E’s approach; Eat Healthy, Exercise and Examination. By focusing attention on the 3 E’s and offering incentives to encourage good habits we believe behavioral change will occur, producing more healthy individuals as shown by health indicators.  Read More

Factors Driving Obesity

Two factors seem to drive unhealthy people in the United States, poverty and obesity. These are not exclusive of each other. Impoverished people tend to eat low cost fatty foods high in processed sugars and sodium. This diet along with minimal exercise is the recipe for obesity. A common sense approach to this problem, we’ll call the 3 E’s; Eat Healthy, Exercise and Examinations. The first two E’s (Eat Healthy and Exercise) need to be in balance but always seem... Read More

Eating Healthy

According to the Harvard School of Public Health, when it comes down to it, the best nutrition advice on what to eat is relatively straightforward. Eat a plant-based diet rich in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains; choose healthy fats, like olive and canola oil; and eat red meat and unhealthy fats, like saturated and trans fats, sparingly. Drink water and other healthy beverages, and limit sugary drinks and salt. Most important of all is keeping calories in check, so you can... Read More

Excercising Daily

Regular exercise or physical activity helps many of the body’s systems function better, keeps heart disease, diabetes, and a host of other diseases at bay, and is a key ingredient for losing weight. According to the 2008 Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans, being physically active on a regular basis improves your chances of living longer and living healthier. Exercise relieves symptoms of depression, anxiety and improves mood. It also helps in weight loss, promotes... Read More


A regular medical checkup can be a valuable tool to you in order to maintain good health and help prevent a number of health problems. The main benefits of a checkup is the detection of conditions at an early stage or, better still, the prevention of conditions occurring in the first place. Genetically you may be prone to certain conditions that are hereditary in your family. A regular checkup can assist you to address any risk factors of these conditions before they affect your... Read More


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