The Secrets of People Who Never Get Sick

by Gene Stone

New York Times Bestselling Author

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Discuss: More Secrets to Staying Healthy

Now that The Secrets of People Who Never Get Sick is on the road, I'm hearing a lot of new secrets. Some of them include using colloidal silver as a wound dresser (although a quick search of the Internet reveals some nasty possible side effects), closing the toilet cover before flushing, drinking a glass of wine every day (which is discussed in the book in short form), and my favorite: divorcing your husband.

Any other secrets?


From Sydney Kling on October 31, 2010:

Thank you for including me in your book.  I have read it and surprisingly agree with almost all of the secrets and those that I agree with I do on a regular basis.  I cannot get up the nerve to dunk my head in hydrogen peroxide but do rinse my hair in vinegar every time I wash it. Also just can’t bring myself to jump into a cold shower because I never complain about the heat.  One of my secrets of the past six years to be added to your list would be as a believer in Reiki (practitioner), I practise this on myself and have not taken any over the counter or prescribed medications for discomfort during these years.  Now, I will comment that I am sharing this book with my friends (they will buy there own to have as reference) and have to tell the author that this is one of the most readable, enjoyable, doable, in expensive health advice that is available.  Thanks for all your work Gene.  Sydney Kling

From Tiiu and Bill on November 05, 2010:

We found your book to be really interesting and helpful. We would love to hear about your readers preventative recommendations. Bill, for example, is convinced he has cured the common cold by gargling with Listerine twice a day and wearing turtlenecks on chilly days. I believe acupuncture, organic foods and hiking help keep me in balance.

From Liz Dubelman on November 09, 2010:

My daughter never gets sick.  She’s 12 now and most of her friends get the usual and not so usual assortments of ailments. She has never been really sick and rarely even has a cold. Her secret? She was an IVF baby.  She was frozen for 2 months.  During the process there were 24 eggs, 12 fertilized and she was the only one that became a person.  I think she never gets sick because she was a survivor from the very start.  I know this isn’t a repeatable thing, but it is interesting.

From Joan Marie Davidson on November 11, 2010:

I have yet to read the book,though I’ve seen the Ct, interview and other promo videos. BUT right now I’m really quite SICK with a persistent cold and wonder what you, the author, mean by “sick.”
A bad cold every other year is the way I get sick. I’m never sick otherwise because: I eat healthfully, walk daily, exercise and do some yoga AND I don’t have TV any longer.

From RP on December 09, 2010:

I think closing the toilet bowl definitly helps keep you healthier!  Also, taking your shoes off before you walk around inside is a MUST!  There are so many germs that you walk on and tracking them through the house spreads them everywhere!  I also think that if you remain as stress-free as possible, you will be less likely to get sick!

From PIL on December 13, 2010:

I’d never thought of closing the toilet bowl before you flush.  Interesting. I love the one about divorcing your husband…very funny. The book is worth a look.

From NetGirlJenn on December 21, 2010:

One secret to staying healthy is ignoring Holidays. My dad is in his mid 70s, and is in great shape. It is because he didn’t celebrate his children’s birthdays or Christmas!

From TR on January 03, 2011:

Eating healthy and exercising!  I think that is the best way to stay healthy, as well as wash your hands constantly!  Can’t wait to read your book!

From graeme johnson on January 06, 2011:

1. get a good set of genes
2. do lots of yoga,especially inverted postures, even the half shoulder stand.
3. stretch regularly. every thirty minutes stand straight and arch backwards slowly to your limit with hands in the air. all our lifes actions are with flexion, so arching back will stop the shortening of various muscles and fibres.this regime is particularly important for anyone who does repetitive lifting.
4. breathe slowly. you are alloted a specific number of breaths for your life. dont squander them. and it is calming. breath is mind.
5. keep company with younger people, they will show you how to keep a flexible mind and BE young.(my son is 4 months old, my great grand daughter is 3 years old.)
6.look forward to the next decade with a vengeance and fearlessness. laugh at death.
7. get out of the ratrace and live as naturally as possible.
8. have the occasional colonic and take vitamin C frequently and as soon as you feel a slight loss of health.
9. know that you always were and always will be, you cant fall out of the universe. always be kind and encouraging to others.
10. be at one with your maker, however you conceive it to be.

From Sue on January 07, 2011:

I have not taken any pain pill or medicine for years. I will difinately read your book and look more into this topic.

From Ali Jhonson on January 08, 2011:

It is true that fresh water is essential for remaining fit and for this it is necessary to fit the office water coolers that do not build the eating areas damp and filthy.

From Randy Adams on January 09, 2011:

Just enjoyed reading your informative book, as a health care worker I’ve always tried to keep an eye out for natural remedies. I did get your book too late to prevent a recent rare cold, but my regimen has worked well in the recent past. I rely on taking a supplement that enhances the body’s store of GSH (glutathione, there are more than 90K published medical articles recounting it’s efficacy. The idea being to keep the body in balance and hopefully correct aberrations when they occur naturally. That’s my secret along with a balanced limited diet and some exercise.

From LaLaBomba on January 10, 2011:

-eat your boogers (reduces allergies and allows pathogens into the body thus allowing your body to build a resistance to them)

-If you get sick dont take any medications to supress it, suffer through it and your body will build an immunity.

-raw garlic and raw onions

-take time to meditate or simply just relax.

-massage therapy helps too!

From Gene on January 11, 2011:

Hey Lalabomba—there’s actually a discussion in the book about picking your nose, and its ramifications. It’s in the Eating Dirt chapter. And it’s all about the hygiene hypothesis. Gene

From wright palmar on February 21, 2011:

Very brilliant method man. This is the well theme to learn. I want to do the things I have dreamed of, and I’d really like to do it fairly quickly. Thanks for nice info. :)

From Astron Simpson on February 22, 2011:

Very good concept! The idea being to keep the body in balance and hopefully correct aberrations when they occur naturally. Thanks!

From andy philip on February 28, 2011:

Very excellent method man! It extremely true fresh water is must need for live healthy And fit. I think eating healthy and exercise is so important for anyone good health. Thanks!

From Richard Asimus on March 02, 2011:

My wife & I for 13 years have taught people how to move ecstatic sexual spiritual energy through subtle channels of the body for vibrant health of body, spirit, life purpose & relationship. Amazing. Sex + heart is supra-transformative. Each person can learn to vibrate each cell, organ, system of the body. Thanks for inspiring the new pathways.

From Robert Clussner on March 03, 2011:

Pretty cool content.If you get sick dont take any medications to supress it, suffer through it and your body will build an immunity.

From Mark DeWitt on March 09, 2011:

I meet and talk to a lot of people daily.  Usually, during flu season I see a lot of people taking extra precautions as to avoid getting the bug such as getting that flu shot, which I have never had.  That said, what I do is put hydrogen peroxide, about 5 drops, in each ear about twice a week during flu season.  If I am around someone who is sick I may do it once I get home. 

I read some where that it is believed that the flu virus lives and grows in the ear cannel.  The extra oxygen in the peroxide is supposed to kill the virus. 

I have been doing this for over 5 years.  Last year, I got kind of cocky because I had not had the flu in so long (it used to be that I would be one of the first to get the flu) and did not use it.  One day I started to feel a little fevered so I went home and put the hydrogen peroxide in my ears.  I believed it helped.

From Jason Barson on March 10, 2011:

Thanks a lot for nice blog post about secrets to staying healthy. It extremely true fresh water is must to be healthy and fit.

From Robert Berentz on March 21, 2011:

Did a $500 telephone interview with UCLA’s Inst. of Neuro. Research .. waste of time as their cure which lowers the TMF levels in the brain is $40,000 the first year and $20,000 each year there after .. we don’t have it.

So, with natural neurological receptors already in the brain, I did a natural patch on Nancy’s neck up high where UCLA injects their Embryo TM .. and guess what .. immediately she jumped to a higher memory level .. could answer more questions after the patch than before .. and .. for the next two days with no more patch treatment .. at the grocery store etc. her friends that had not seen her for a while said, “You look so good.”

She did. Her memory was better and she had a “glow” of happiness that she never had for several years. I am going to try a week of patches on her right carotid artery and see what happens. Her natural product is in alcohol which acts as a vehicle to draw the herb into her system and her brain blood supply is what the right carotid artery supplies. What we are using is grown everywhere and is a common herb.

I got my RNPA to try Mullein for her runny nose .. nothing else she had tried worked. It scared her to make a green tea out of it but she did it. Worked. She is better and knew what had done it.

Why are natural products so unnatural to the educated?

From Andy Phil on March 23, 2011:

If you get under the weather don’t take any medications to suppress it, go from beginning to end through it.

From Nathan Green on March 25, 2011:

The most excellent supplements are protein. Supplements are what your muscles are prepared up of, and not getting enough can hamper your muscle building attempts. Thanks!

From palanivelraja on April 08, 2011:

Brilliant plan.Keep it.

Good Health

From Garry Harminson on April 18, 2011:

Maintain giving methods are more effective for staying healthy. Everyone try to follow these methods for staying healthy. Good luck dude :)

From bipolar disorder symptoms on April 29, 2011:

The WHO has placed the entire WORLD on a level 6 pandemic state. Read the documents of WHO and you will find it very clearly stated that they CAN force you to receive a vaccination against your will.

From Vitamins Online on May 13, 2011:

make sure you are eating a healthy diet and getting enough sleep. This will help build up your immune system and prevent you from getting sick.

From D.Legere on May 13, 2011:

How about these ideas,,a healthy diet,vigorous (did I spell that right?) exercise ,both cardio and weights,at least 3-4 times a week,sleep well,be in love,have a pet (dogs are great) and..3000-4000 I.U.s of Vit D3 per day.

From MySpace Layouts on June 10, 2011:

Finally make sure you aren’t eating a lot of simple carbs. White foods are basically the same thing as eating spoonfuls of sugar. White bread, white pasta, most cereals (that aren’t whole grain) are converted into simple sugars in your body. This spikes your insulin and makes you hungry. Instead eat some whole grains and healthy protein before you work out like beans, nuts, lean meat, fish, etc. Tuna is a healthy snack for people trying to lose weight and build muscle.
Hope this helped!

From Esther on June 27, 2011:

In a jug blender, blend and drink this every day, RAW:
* 1/6 honeydew melon;
* one banana;
* PLUS three other small pieces of VEGETABLES
(e.g. broccoli, red cabbage, beets or beetroot)

From Gene on June 30, 2011:

Thanks for the recipe Esther!

From Lam on July 04, 2011:

The book’s an interesting read. Thank you DeWitt for the update you posted 9 March 2011.

Couldn’t bring myself to dunk my head, nor drip hydrogen peroxide in my ears. But concluded it would be comfortable and safe to wipe away EAR wax with SKIN DISINFECTANT labelled, ‘Hydrogen Peroxide Solution 3%’, from the local supermarket. My fatigue relapse diminished within an hour - I suffered Chronic Fatigue a few years ago and, at times, suffer fatigue relapses that last many hours or days, following stressful incidents or extreme exercise.

Am much happier now that I’m able to function again.

Understand it’s purer to use ‘FOOD Grade Hydrogen Peroxide 3%’, available over the internet, but it would take a few days to arrive, and I couldn’t wait!

From Chiropractic Clearwater on July 11, 2011:

I wanted to thank you for this great read!! I definitely enjoying every little bit of it I have you bookmarked to check out new stuff you post…
Chiropractic Clearwater

From darla widnall on July 12, 2011:

For those who might want to try a cold shower, instead of getting “into” a cold shower, have a nice warm shower and then turn the nozzle to cold just before you get out for a refreshing pick-me-upper!

From Era Muss on July 22, 2011:

As a true believer in moderation in everything — from food to fitness to shopping — Hendricks says that maintaining her health really comes down to self-awareness. “We’re all really busy people and it’s hard sometimes to eat the right foods or drink the right thing or put the sunscreen on,” she explains. “We just have to constantly check in and gauge and moderate ourselves.”

From Desi yellow pages on July 23, 2011:

1. You need to increase your soy consumption. Scientific findings reveal that soy products can lower cholesterol level at the same time reducing the risk of acquiring cardiovascular diseases. For women, these products may help them control hot flashes and other menopausal symptoms. Soy comes from soy nuts, soybeans, tofu, and soy milk.
2. You must also increase fiber intake. Fiber is one of the most important nutrients that you must have as you age. It helps increase good cholesterol while lowering the bad cholesterol. It also helps regulate bowel movements, as it improves digestion. You can get fiber from fruits such as Acai berries, grapes, and apples; green leafy vegetables; whole-wheat cereals; and oatmeal. There are available fiber supplements if you want it to be handy all the time.

From Daniel Sosaman on July 26, 2011:

Destroy your PC. Toast it in the trash. Since it has radiation, it’ll work. Lol. We all spend a very long time facing computer. Totally not good for the health right? What about it?

From Leopoldo Hernandez on July 29, 2011:

He leido su libro de principio a fin, y sin lugar a dudas aparte de ser muy ameno, resulta ser muy útil. Me parece que usted tiene una filosofía muy acertada de como conseguir salud y bienestar.


From Barry Long on August 04, 2011:

Read more a lot health and fitness. Watch health videos or go shows about the latter. And lastly, never stay long in a relationship. It will only stress you.

From George on August 05, 2011:

Just read the book and I loved it! I’m 20 years old and I haven’t been sick since elementary school. I have 3 secrets, 2 of which were mentioned in the book: 1) Extremely positive attitude :) 2) I’m kinda a germophobe and wash my hands ridiculously often 3) I drink a surplus of water. This last one was not mentioned in book but I have a feeling it helps!

From Brady on August 11, 2011:

Staying healthy takes a little work. You need to eat right and exercise. If you don’t eat right, you need to take vitamin and mineral supplements like silver colloids to give your body the nutrients it needs. You also need to get out and do things recreational to stay mentally healthy.

From jon hudson on August 26, 2011:

Protein gives us the energy to get up and go—and keep going. Protein in food is broken down into the 20 amino acids that are the body’s basic building blocks for growth and energy, and essential for maintaining cells, tissues, and organs.

From horror films on September 06, 2011:

To stay healthy it is very important that your mind is relaxed . and proper scheduled diet is most necessary

From Cliff Kousonsavath on September 22, 2011:

Very interesting post. Thank you for sharing.

From Moha on October 04, 2011:

I am impressed by the quality of information on this website. There are a lot of good resources here. I am sure I will visit this place again soon

From michelle on October 08, 2011:

challenged by multiple “secrets” blossoming from your book:my lifestyle revolves around Christian spirituality which grounds me in a healthy lifestyle as try to walk as Jesus,calmness and walking as exercise throughout my day focused upon love….thanks for letting me share…..answer 68

From Shine on October 19, 2011:

I like the “divorcing your husband” way.  But seriously for, sleeping right can really keep one healthy.  I noticed when I am not getting enough sleep, I can catch sickness easily.

From Joy on January 03, 2012:

Eat right, sleep right , exercise right and live right - the secret to live a healthy life.

From Lisa on January 04, 2012:

I use organic cinnamon in my organic coffee every morning.  I use green tea extract and coral calcium in my pure water .  I practice meditation and gratitude.  I work on a positive attitude and I definitely take care of my teeth.

From LedeDwelvek on January 06, 2012:

Hello. And Bye Marry. IT was nice to see you at this sweet suger house.

From Joseph on January 26, 2012:

Besides the obvious (exercise and eating right, etc.) I am a big proponent of meditation as not only a method of stress-relief (which in and of itself can have profound effects on ones health) but as a great way to give you a “boost” of energy for the day. And plenty of green tea!

From Harry on January 28, 2012:

yes i agree with your secrets that you have discussed in post.. also take healthy food ...

From Bobby on February 03, 2012:

Excellent Article….thanks for the great info.

From David Morse on February 04, 2012:

I was impressed by all the responses to your request for more “Secrets” of people who never seem to get sick.  Most of them I totally agree with, (not gonna do the booger thing).  I can’t wait to get your book Gene, thanks for writing it!  It is about time someone took time to address this phenomenon.  I can’t say that I never get sick, but it is very infrequent and doesn’t last more than a couple days.  I always try to let my body’s natural defences, combat the sickness unless I suspect infection of some kind.  I believe in plenty of exercise, eating what you are hungry for but always in moderation, taking colloidal minerals, and keeping your dental hygiene in check.  I pretty much stay away from all medications and doctors.  Also, since we all know by now, mental health is directly tied into physical health, stay positive about everything.  Look for humor where ever you can and laugh as much as possible without annoying anyone.  Go to the church of your choice once a week.  Finally, did I mention exercise?  Well, let me say it again, and again.

From Unpap on February 06, 2012:


From Vin on February 09, 2012:

I found the toilet bowl tip to be really funny. It’s amazing how many things we do every day that may cause us harm. Being knowledgeable about what can keep us healthy is half of the battle, don’t ya think?

From Jenny on March 01, 2012:

Hey folks, my name’s Jenny and I have a few secrets of my own - the first is organic apple cider vinegar. I drink 2 tablspoons mixed with water each day. The second is acai berry juice. I drink about 4 oz of it each day. Both of these are AMAZING!

Find out why acai berry is such a health breakthrough

From cristina pereira on March 09, 2012:

tinha 22 anos quanto tive pela primeira vez uma gripe…... hoje tenho 36, fumo, não pratico desporto, alimento-me diferente dos parametros convencionais,não uso cremes ou qualquer tipo de suplemento, não durmo as horas aconcelhadas…... O mês passado, todos que me rodeiam ( emprego, ambiente familiar e social)foram adoecendo com gripe….  eu nada!!! todos dizem que pareço mais jovem…. Será!!! não me guio por esteriotipos, acho que independentemente de sermos todos iguais, somos muito diferentes…

From Mark on March 15, 2012:

Loved the book, Gene.  Your thoughts at the end were right on - that the secret of staying healthy is not just doing certain things, but also truly believing that they will keep you healthy. There is so much power of healing in our mind. 

My “secret” is spices and herbs. Not a new idea, but one we have lost in the Western world. Spices & herbs used to play a significant role in our food and medicine, but with the advent of Western medicine and processed foods, our knowledge and use of spices have diminished.  But I am optimistic about the return of their importance in our daily lives as more and more people seek out ways to prevent disease, instead of waiting to treat disease.

Quick question from the book - how cold is the cold shower?  Ice cold? 

Thanks Gene!


From Gene on March 15, 2012:

Thanks Mark. The cold shower has to be cold but not killer cold. Think of it as a glass of cold water, not a glass of cold water with ice in it. Gene

From Vin on March 23, 2012:

Using EMDR to reprocess old and traumatic memories has made my quality of life improve tenfold. I suggest it to anyone that has a void in their life due to a traumatic experience.

From Ashley on March 26, 2012:

Spices & herbs used to play a significant role in our food and medicine, but with the advent of Western medicine and processed foods, our knowledge and use of spices have diminished.Also, since we all know by now, mental health is directly tied into physical health, stay positive about everything.

From Brenda W. on April 18, 2012:

Here are my tips.

#1.  Give up beef, ESPECIALLY IN the U.S. that doesn’t properly search for TSE-infected beef & also in the U.K.  This will lower your cholesterol (even if it does not need lowering) and will lessen your odds of getting the always fatal Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease, which is a horrid dementia disease to die of.  (It is often confused with Alzheimer’s but is faster acting & also infectious through surgical instruments.)  (My dad’s possible exposures include eating goat brains & squirrel brains—DEFINITELY DON’T eat those either!!!!!!) 

Modern cattle feed has animal parts in it, many of them downer animals that may have died of this disease.  (This is how the BSE epidemic in England started.)

If you ever go back to beef, eat ONLY grass-fed animals.  But remember you are trusting the farmer never to have fed them modern cattle feed.

#2.  Don’t get unnecessary operations.  You risk being exposed to impossible-to-clean-instruments-for-CJD and also some other hard to clean for diseases.

From Russell Berg on April 19, 2012:

As an asthmatic growing up I went through injections only to have a severe reaction. It wasn’t until later that I learned about delayed food hypersensitivities that helped me with my allergies. It has been over 35 years since I have had any problems with my health or needed any medical care because of nutrition.

From Ken Idris on April 25, 2012:

I think a healthy diet needs to include cooking with healthy oils, like flaxseed oil or avocado oil. You also needs a healthy dose of fruit intake, but be careful with the sugar, bc fruits tend to have a lot of them.

From Jessie on April 25, 2012:

I think, no matter what (healthy) food you eat, you still need to move a lot. Get used to tension, moving even in the working place. Without thinking about it. Every now and then stand up and go out. No one will blame you for this.

From Blood Cholesterol on May 04, 2012:

Given the type, and amount of cholesterol in your body, can have serious health effects on your cardiovascular system, it is worth taking the time to understand what cholesterol is, how if affects your health, and what the healthy blood cholesterol level is for optimum heart health protection. Developing this level of understanding will help you take better care of your heart, and live a longer, happier and healthier life, by reducing your personal risk of developing coronary artery disease, heart attack or stroke.

From chris czajkowski on May 09, 2012:

Since childhood I have almost never had infectious diseases.  I am now 65.  Since menopause I have had to deal with fibromyalgia, food sensitivities and recreational asthma.  In other words, stress-related conditions. 

The most amazing tool that has helped me with food sensitivities and therefore my general health is the pendulum.  It will tell me whether or not it is wise for me to use a supplement (and what dosage - usually far less than what the label says)or eat something eg a meal in a restaurant or an item on a supermarket shelf. I get funny looks in public, but who cares?  That and reading Donna Eden’s “Energy Medicine”, which has, among a wealth of useful information, an acupressure exercise for getting rid of food sensitivities. (I can now eat all foods but still have nuisance reactions with preservatives, most annoyingly ascorbic acid, which is even in organic foods.  Means I cannot take Vit C supplements, either.)

Otherwise I live with nature, eat organic where possible, am forced to exercise by my wilderness life (eg right now my truck is stuck on the far side of a terrible boghole on my 4 km of road - I must walk an hour before I can drive anywhere) do yoga and other energy exercises and so on. 

The blog Life According to Penny explains how I got into pendulum divining and gives links to all the sources that helped me. 

From proteinfoods on May 18, 2012:

High protein is mandatory for the health, the human being strength and the weakness is decided by this protein foods the protein intake is strong and the growth of the physical endurance will be higher. Specially those who engaged in the sports can be need large content of protein to have more stamina.

From cyril on May 23, 2012:

Hi all,
nice topic to read.Yes everyone wants to be healthy in life but most of us suffer from ailments.
This may be due to the differences in immunity build up.Though persons may be born of same parents but have different immunity response.Immunity build up is not a one day process.It starts from the moment baby comes out of mother’s womb.
To live healthy we need to eat well balanced nutrient food and eat it timely and daily.It is also recommended to do yoga or exercise especially the aged people.
I find acupressure therapy is the best and easy guide to live healthy life

From Best Leak Detection Services UK on May 24, 2012:

Today everybody want to live a healthy life but they don’t take care of food items which they eat.In this manner i think you should eat chilli because chilli is very useful or you can eat high protein food also for better health.

From shanoo on May 25, 2012:

Maintaining a healthy diet and exercising! In my opinion that is the best solution to stay fit and healthy

From Cara Hidup Sehat on May 29, 2012:

About vegetarian, because they don’t eat meet, vegetarians will often wonder how they’ll get enough protein.  Although you may not realize it, the average American actually consumes more protein than he actually needs.  For the lacto-ovo vegetarian, dairy products are an excellent source of protein.  Vegans on the other hand, get their protein from nuts, seeds, and soy products.

From Tom Wallace on June 01, 2012:

There really is no substitute for a healthy diet and exercise along with plenty of rest to build a strong immune system.

One of the comments struck me as interesting about eating your boogers.  “eat your boogers (reduces allergies and allows pathogens into the body thus allowing your body to build a resistance to them).” I chuckled at first, but it’s not going to be my first choice for staying healthy. It does make a lot of sense though.

I strongly stand behind the power of “super fruits” for disease prevention and staying healthy. If you’d like to learn about the benefits of the various types of fruits, check out this website:

From Adam @NaturalHealingCures on June 07, 2012:

I have a vegan friend. He needs more L-carnitine due to some health issues but its main source is red meat. Does anyone knows any good brand of supplement for this?

From Gerson Therapy on October 14, 2012:

I’ve also gone through your book and really found it very informative too. We can stay healthy and fit by taking healthy food and exercise. Great to read more articles from your side.

From Nick on October 16, 2012:

Half a glass of water with a few tablespoons of vinegar. I first started drinking it years ago when I had acne, but continue to drink it to this day. Good for the skin and digestion. You get used to the taste after a while.

From dave on October 20, 2012:

thanks a lot guys for all the tips, anyone tried recovery formula after a workout, are they any good?

From Edwin Payne on October 26, 2012:

Meditation and keeping calm and some exercise is the best way to keep oneself happy..this is some nice secret..isn’t it??

From Mark Payne on October 29, 2012:

I would definetly say to use the food pyramid. Follow the guidelines and keep a healthy lifestyle the best as you can. No real secret I guess.

From Parker on October 30, 2012:

I am a true believer in the Maqui Berry with high concentration of vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and polyphenols Maqui Berris optimizes the your natural functions and helps to restore natural balance and health.

From superfood green on December 17, 2012:

Healthy diet & regular exercise keep us healthy for life time.

From Morten Olesen on December 19, 2012:


My offer to the discussion would be daily sex because it actually benefit your body in such many ways - Only “downside” is that you can all of sudden end up with a baby :)

From fahmi sugandi on December 24, 2013:

my secret to stay healthy..

i drink two or three green tea everyday, its make me very comfortable when i drink warm green tea every morning, you should try it too

From Erryn on December 26, 2013:

Everyone is different I suppose but here’s what works for me…and I have not been sick in years - no colds, no flu (and no vaccine), no issues whatever. I eat very close to a Paleo diet…no grains, only a little cheese and butter in the dairy department, coconut and olive oils, free range and grass fed animal protein, some organic fruit and plenty of organic veggies. Absolutely NO GMO’s or processed foods. No fast food, ever. I exercise five days a week to stay fit and reduce stress and I maintain an optimal vitamin D level all year. I’m 61, look 41, feel 31, act 21, says my wife, and take zero medication. For me at least, this is what works and I wouldn’t change it for anything.

From Dave Cooke on December 26, 2013:

I agree with Erryn and would only add avoiding all added sugar, especially high fructose corn syrup AND all sugar substitutes such as aspartame and Splenda®.

From It Support on December 31, 2013:

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From Physician Careers on January 02, 2014:

Closing the toilet bowl before flushing is a must! Very good tip.

From Barb on January 02, 2014:

Very good tips!I saw a lot of this info on the physician careers page.

From adi on January 03, 2014:

Your site is giving so much nice information for being healthy. Thank you for giving such healthier information and please keep it up. Regards.

From adi on January 03, 2014:

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From Edward on January 05, 2014:

My secret to stay healthy is no secret. Have all the proper nutrients, avoid as many carcinogens and other damaging molecules and exercising and the 3 keys to success. No magic tricks. Pure, scientifically proven ways.

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From Dr. Clifton Thomas on January 08, 2014:

Loved your book!

In my profession, sanitation is key. I have never heard about the “close toilet lid before flushing”, but will definitely start that practice.


-Dr. Thomas

From N.Jan on January 10, 2014:

One possibility is to remain undisturbed in the face of hurdles. A stress free life style can help us to remain healthy. It depends upon many aspects,
1. Our hereditary
2. life experiences
3. objective in life
4. economical conditions and more.
However, one common secret to remain calm in the face of stressful conditions is life style, taking exercise, proper rest, balanced diet, relationship with co-workers.
A good hormonal system, which ca be gained by just nutrition and healthy habits can also help us to avoid any panic and so to aid in health.

From Mark on January 10, 2014:

Great information and comments. I too believe staying healthy is truly aided by a healthy mind. Your body does in fact follow the lead of your mind. Thanks.

From Secrets of People Website on January 13, 2014:

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