Thank you for joining us for another issue. We truly care about you and your family’s health. We want to provide some information to help you live a long and productive life. These health and wealth tips are shared with you from our research.
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The concept we will talk about today is “What you need to know to be a successful investor.” I know this is subject to discussion, but one of the most successful newsletter writers of all time Steve Sjuggerud defines and discusses these ideas.
Let’s start by looking at 5 of his 9 investor tips, and complete the remaining ones in issue #5
Wealth management is a very large topic but our plan is to cover as much as possible in the months ahead with our sponsors as part of the contributors. The last 4 investment tips will be discussed in the next issue.
Our 4th Health Tip of 2014 is Massage. It has steadily moved up in the rankings because of its overall importance to the body’s health and healing.
Massage is part of complimentary and alternative medicine and is comprised of pressing, stroking, rubbing, and manipulating muscles, tendons, ligaments and skin. It can change your energy levels and lower the risk of many diseases by reducing stress and free radicals. It is so important if you are getting a massage that you drink plenty of fluids before and after to flush out all the lactic acid and free radicals that are released and are circulating in your system.
The positive benefits of massage are:
Like everything else there are some potential minor disadvantages, but they are rare. It is not good with severe osteoporosis, low platelet counts, bleeding disorders, burns, and healing wounds.
There are several different kinds of massage
If massage is going to become part of your health program, please check with your doctor about the pros and cons, especially if you are pregnant or have cancer or unexplained pain.
We hope you have enjoyed this health tip. We have many more to come over the months ahead. Please continue to give us your feedback. Now let’s look at wealth management ideas.
This concludes the 4th newsletter. We will continue to delve further in-depth in subsequent issues.
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Information used for this article was taken from Dr. David Elfrig's Retirement Millionaire newsletter, Cleveland Clinic Men’s Health Advisor, Stansberry Research, Bogleheads guide to investing, and some personal considerations.
The investment companies named above are merely representative and not necessarily better or worse than others.
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