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Lt. Col. Weinstein, New Book: Universal Health Care Will Not Work Unless
Date:11/26/2008

rogress and patient either receives lowered or increased health care premiums.
7.   The medical file becomes a lifestyle file.

These fixes would shift the focus away from health insurance and access to affordable prescription drugs. An emphasis of health insurance as being the solution to our health care crisis is the very cause of 70 to 80 % of the costs for treatments of illnesses and diseases. It creates a false mindset, "My health is taken care of. I have health insurance. I don't need to eat healthy or exercise regularly."

"According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than 75% of employers' health care costs and productivity losses are related to employee lifestyle choices. The solution is simple. Change the lifestyle and you will fix the problem." Yes, it can and must be done. "The present economic crisis is an opportunity for every one of us to do some soul searching and make some very fundamental changes about how we lead our lives."

Col. Weinstein's book cuts straight to the heart of the matter and offers real, cost effective, solutions that are easy to implement:

  • How to solve the health crisis.
  • How to implement a corporate wellness program.
  • How to manage your weight.
  • How to organize and implement your own fitness boot camp program.
  • How to exercise with little or no equipment.
  • How to establish goals and measure performance.
  • How to eat.
  • How to enhance performance and productivity.
  • How to build strong character.
  • How to have a meaningful spiritual life.

Asked what motivated him to write this book, Col. Weinstein: "There is too much focus on equating health with the type of health care that results in medical treatment or medication. My mission is to change our cultur
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