Your health rarely improves by chance. It can improve by incremental positive change.
—Arlene R. Taylor

Good health is merely the slowest possible rate at which you can die—while remaining in relatively good shape.
—Arlene R. Taylor

Many misunderstand that a balanced life, appropriate self-care, and good health, begin at home with yourself. As a physician once said, “Everyone is here to serve—but none was ever intended to be the main course.”
—Arlene R. Taylor

You are what you eat and drink. Garbage in; garbage out. What you do today determines how you look and how you function next month and next year. How do you want to look and how do you want to function?
—Arlene R. Taylor

Plants and animals cannot survive without sunlight; neither can you. Flood your home with it but be prudent about spending large amounts of time in direct sun without protecting your skin and eyes from the ultraviolet rays. The sun can kill as well as heal. 
—Arlene R. Taylor

Your brain and body must last your entire lifetime and one without the other is less than half the picture. Some replacements exist but they are rarely as good as the originals. Learn how to take very good care of both your brain and body—then keep doing it for the rest of your life. You and everyone you know stand to benefit! 
—Arlene R. Taylor

Use your brain by design to improve your health, retard the onset of symptoms of aging, and thrive!
—Arlene R. Taylor

You only get one brain and body for your sojourn on planet earth. Learn how to take good care of them—and do it consistently for life. Both you and your loved ones stand to benefit!
—Arlene R. Taylor