Where WEST Health Science MEETS EAST Health Science!
 to be the BEST!

VHealth shares Universal Knowledge to achieve the BEST Physical Health. We share Daily simple things that you can do to enjoy life to the FULLEST with the BEST Health and Energy possible so you can be your BEST YOU!

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BEST Physical Health based on Spirituality, Science and Experimentation

  1. BEST AIR (Meditation)

  2. BEST WATER (Spring Water, Fiji, Icelandic Glacial, Panna, Saint Peregrino, The Mountain Valley, Perrier...)

  3. BEST FOOD (Vegetarian or not eating anything with lips)

  4. BEST EXERCISE (Walk, Travel, Explore)

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Meditation (13/15)

This mind-body practice eases stress and boosts mental health. Now, research reveals that it may actually change your brain. One study found that meditating for 2 months increased gray matter in parts of the brain that control emotions and learning. Meditation also strengthens the connection between brain cells. It may also ease inflammation in the brain and protect against Alzheimer’s disease.



Water – a living substance, the most common and least understood. It defies the basic laws of physics, yet holds the keys to life. Known to ancients as a transmitter to and from the higher realms, water retains memory and conveys information to DNA.

However, water can die if treated poorly. Our use and misuse of this precious resource has altered the vital information it carries in unexpected ways. Influences such as sound, thoughts, intention and prayer, as well as toxins such as chlorine, structure water’s molecular arrangement – affecting all it comes in contact with. Prominent scientists help reveal the secret of water, allowing us to use this amazing element to heal ourselves and our planet.


Exercise (14/15)

Getting moving is good for the body and brain. Exercise pumps blood to the brain, which delivers oxygen and nutrients. It also stimulates the release of proteins that keep brain cells healthy and help grow new ones. Research shows that exercise may grow the areas of your brain that control thinking and memory.

  • Doug Baxter (Broker, Architectural Technologist, Home Energy Advisor, MA.)

    Doug was born and grew up in inner-city Calgary and still lives in the inner-city. He first got into real estate with his father with a few investment properties. Doug became a realtor in 1987 and has enjoyed the industry ever since."He likes people, He likes architecture, and He like building things”, his chosen career is a good fit for him. Educated at the U of C in general studies, University of Victoria in science, University of British Columbia, Regent in Theology and holds a technical diploma in architecture from SAIT and certified by NRCan as a residential energy advisor. Generally, educated enough to be interesting at any type of party.

    He shared in 2005 the initial UNIVERSAL TRUTH that made possible VFaith and VHealth.

  • Robert Stewart (University of Houston Professor and one of the original investors of WebMD)

    ​Former SEG’s President, Rob Stewart, deprecatingly calls himself a “least-squares fit to an excess of interests.” After a high school program centered on music, he studied math and physics at the University of Toronto then spent a winter trekking in Nepal and exploring Thailand and India. He returned to Canada and worked at the Princess Margaret Cancer Hospital developing ultrasonic imaging systems for cancer detection, then went to M.I.T. for his Ph.D. in geophysics. After subsequent employment with Chevron, Veritas, and the University of Calgary, he began a new adventure in Texas - where he currently holds the Cullen Chair in Exploration Geophysics at the University of Houston and is Director of the Allied Geophysical Laboratories.

    He made possible that his best friend Doug Baxter inspired
    VFaith and VHealth. Also his own healthy and happy way of living inspired the continue search of the UNIVERSAL TRUTH that made possible VFaith and VHealth.


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