Wellness is Sacred. Business not to corrupt it.

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Wellness is a fundamental right of everybody. Wellness coaches, promoters, researchers are all important in the wellness ecosystem.

It’s a billion dollars business and rightly so. But it’s sacred too. Biased and thus corrupted misinformation should be banned.

Researches and some of them winning Nobel Prize are important source of information. Role of experts then are to communicate these findings to people in simple explanations and advices.

Such experts do well to personalise the expertise by offering coaching and practice sessions and charge for that. That’s alright and welcome.

But there could be instances where such experts with large following, adjust the concept to favour business lobby for extra money. This is dangerous. This could make the wellness efforts less efficient. This should be avoided and prevented.

We need honest advices. Participants should see the truth and adjust their routine to derive maximum benefits.

Be healthy, be happy!

Wellness is Sacred. Business not to corrupt it.

Just An Idea Now. Like It’s Said ‘Watch This Space’.

I am a dedicated practitioner of intermittent fasting and to me, it’s the best wellness program available.

I have been reading a lot on the subject and have been listening to many opinions, research findings and guidelines.

And, in turn, the key messages are passed on to a small group that I mentor on the subject.

Individual objectives vary. For example, I started with desire to lose weight. 14 kgs down in an year and half, I have perhaps met it.

Now I am looking for autophagy stage and hence extended the fasting hours to 20.

Reading and listening to many articles and videos on IF, I get the feeling that each expert has own objective and design.

That’s why this idea. Why don’t I extend the mentoring to cater to individual needs of the participants. It’s not managing their goals (at least initially) but to facilitate it.

The promise is to be unbiased. That means a lot.

Just An Idea Now. Like It’s Said ‘Watch This Space’.