Top Health Tips of 2011

I've spent the past week doing a performance review of my main website. You may be interested to know what the most popular parts of the site were last year - not just what sold best but also the most popular articles and tips. Considering last year the site averaged over 60,000 unique visitors a month I hope you find the information useful.

Most popular self-help tools: hand health balls and white flower oil.

Most popular health tip: lemon juice deodorant. (See back issue Sept.1st 2011, link at bottom of this page).

Health tip generating the most negative feedback: Excessive male ejaculation (see back issues March 3rd/10th 2011).

Most popular programs: Long Life Exercise Program and Anxiety Program.

Most popular individual exercise: Exercise and acupressure for stiff neck.

Most popular article and report: What Is Ginseng Used For? and Chinese Diet Report.

Will all the above help you? We are all unique, therefore what works for one person may not work for the next. You need to try, then judge for yourself. If you need help deciding what exercise or program or health tip is best for you then ask me.

All the best for a healthy, happy 2012.


Tip: Create a new email folder and save each health tip for easy access later - you never know when you might need one of them!

About the Author

Matthew Scott is a professionally trained Chinese medicine practitioner from Australia. In 2000, after ten years in private practice, Matthew went to China to further his studies for a few months. He’s been there ever since, immersed in the culture, raising a family and showing people worldwide the Chinese way of health.


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The content of this email is not to be considered as medical advice. Always consult a doctor or other qualified health professional before starting or changing any health or fitness program.