Can you shortcut to your own good health?

Realistically, can anyone other than personal trainers types, keep healthy choices topping the daily priority list?

Life is fast paced. Demands on our time can cause conflict and stress. We keep pushing until our health breaks – forcing us to stop and recuperate.

How do we improve our health without it becoming yet another unchecked box on our spiralling to-do lists?

At Quealth, we know three things are critical in shortcutting to good health:

1. Make it easy and create small steps

We built Quealth so that everyone can shortcut to better health via the ease of their mobile device. Better health for them, not Stacey next door who has committed to a three-week cleanse, absolutely convinced it will fix her ails.

As we optimise Quealth, our users will still get the rich, clinically-valid insights about improving their health – but delivered in bite-sized chunks so that making a couple of different daily choices will end up becoming habits that form a healthy framework for the rest of your life; which leads us nicely to point 2…

2. Make it sustainable

Whilst crash-diets or crazy cleanses may promise shortcuts to better health, we generally end up back where we started – but with an added sense of disillusionment. The key to a ‘shortcut’ is actually creating enjoyable, sustainable change for you.

Every update of Quealth in the next few months will enable our users to create happy, healthy sustainable change and reap the rewards – both short and long term.

3. This one will take you down the most direct route to better health and shortcut your efforts

Our bodies, lifestyles and genetics are all beautifully unique. What is affecting Stacey's health next door at risk is likely different to what may be affecting yours. The complex and clinically-validated health risk algorithms inside of Quealth mean each user will be guided to create the change that will deliver the fastest and most significant impact on their health.

Would you ever want to check out your health concerns with an unqualified doctor? No. Well maybe consider that some of the health advice you read online, get from a well-meaning friend or get within an app – is an evidence based, clinically valid source and preferably offers insights based all that is unique to you – as Quealth does!.

The words of Dalai Lama below, are an uncomfortable truth for me – and a truth I hope as many of us as possible, can avoid:

“What surprises me most is “Man”, because he sacrifices his health in order to make money. Then he sacrifices money to recuperate his health. And then he is so anxious about the future that he doesn’t enjoy the present; The result being he doesn’t live in the present or the future; He lives as if he’s never going to die, and then he dies having never really lived.” – Dalai Lama

So here is to happy, sustainable, healthy change which is right for just you and helps you to lead the life you want.

– Jenny

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