Monday, November 10, 2008

How can we make prevention sexy?

"Prevention is not a popular subject, however much it should be. People will do much to cure a trouble, but people in general will do little to prevent it. This has been proved..." -Claude Hopkins, Scientific Advertising
Any suggestions on how to make prevention sexy? If you, for example, are taking the Pops and had no "wake-up call" that triggered taking them, what motivated you to add them to your regime?


Robin Plan said...

I bought the Pops for my son. He was taking a kids multi that had things I didn't think were healthy.

At first I took them to set an example for my son. Soon after I noticed my night sweats were gone and I had energy to play again.

I have always cared about health and food but wasn't a fanatic about it, just did the best I could.

Robin said...

I'll tell you what looks "sexy" to me.

I watched my grandfather die of cancer. I saw my father on oxygen for eight years, before he too died of cancer.

And I had a friend who was just 32 years old who died of leukemia.

Yet Dr. Russell Blaylock, M.D., a former neurosurgeon says cancer is a great lie and is preventable and beatable.

I wholeheartedly agree. Good nutrition and supplementation can significantly protect you from disease.

And that's why I take The Pops.