Learning how to live effectively for optimal longevity without illness is the key to a successful program.
Thousand Oaks, CA (PRWEB) July 13, 2009
A new online company, http://www.InfiniteWell-Being.com, is launching its initial website to consumers. Infinite Well-Being (don't forget the hyphen) is an online resource for information on ways to live a long life through a healthy lifestyle. The philosophy of Infinite Well-Being is that one must add optimal, vitamin enriched foods and beverages to the diet, maintain a moderate exercise program, and reduce negative environmental factors and toxic substances. Subsequently, a person should undergo simple testing to assess baseline health issues and determine whether their health program is working.
The Infinite Well-Being website is dedicated to promoting the A.R.T. Lifestyle. The Infinite Well-Being organization claims that this lifestyle can be accomplished by the individual "Adding" foods that are high in antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals, while "Reducing" toxic substances such as mercury or pesticides from the diet. Finally "Testing" the body with blood tests and hair samples determines whether progress is being made (hair samples are needed to determine the level of mercury in the body). Listed on their website are foods that will add optimal nutrition to one's diet, a practice which has been proven to decrease the risk of illness. The website endorses intriguing foods such as dark chocolate for containing a high level of antioxidants, and low-mercury smoked salmon for its omega-3 fatty acid content. The company offers a variety of attractive gift boxes incorporating an assortment of foods that feature diverse health benefits to all ages.
Infinite Well-Being believes the A.R.T. Lifestyle is personally fulfilling in that it encompasses beneficial additions to an individual's diet, and incorporates moderate exercise and relaxation techniques to provide optimal health benefits. Infinite Well-Being's goal is to educate and promote anti-stress conditions for the body and an individual's surrounding environment. A prominent University of Southern California professor and nutrition enthusiast, Dean L. Moyer M.D., states that, "Learning how to live effectively for optimal longevity without illness is the key to a successful program." He additionally states that the combination of a healthy environment while reducing toxic factors in an individual's surroundings is key factor to maintaining the maximum health of the body. This website emphasizes the importance of taking continuous action in order to live a healthy life.
In addition to learning more about the A.R.T. Lifestyle, there is informative information on the website stating reasons why it is important to test selective foods, before consuming them to determine their potential level of contaminants. The website describes how not all food is uniformly farmed (or aqua-farmed) and explains the different factors that may contribute to toxic ingredients in foods and beverages. Random laboratory analysis for pesticides is performed on the foods they distribute. Additionally, Infinite Well-Being possesses a sizable library of fish species that have been thoroughly tested for mercury levels. Only those species that have tested with the lowest levels of mercury are sold. Furthermore, the salmon endorsed on the website has been tested for mercury and contains virtually no traces of the toxin. Dr. Moyer asserts that, "Wild-caught salmon is one of the healthiest foods you can eat… it contains an excellent source of essential omega-3 fatty acids, is low in fat, and has a high proportion of lean protein."
The Infinite Well-Being website presents a summary of current research in medicine that examines the role of specific foods and beverages for the prevention of chronic diseases. It is an educational resource that directs the reader to other websites containing additional information on foods, health, and the environment such as the Environmental Protection Agency and the Food and Drug Administration. To learn more about the A.R.T. Lifestyle and how to live a longer, more vital life visit http://www.InfiniteWell-Being.com.
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