Compounding Wellness: Understanding the Multiplicative Benefits of Healthy Lifestyle Choices

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1 x 1 x 1 = 1,000

The idea that to be healthy, a person must engage in healthy lifestyle choices in the areas of eating, moving and thinking is not a new idea. Nor is the concept that we must engage is those healthy habits concurrently over time. What most people are NOT aware of is that not only are wellness lifestyle behaviors additive and therefore cumulative, they’re actually multiplicative. What this means is that instead of Fuel + Air + Spark = Health, it’s really:


This cannot be overstated – wellness is a compounding phenomenon which comes as a result of living healthy lifestyle choices at the same time, over time. This is what Drs. Franson, Wong and Kratka, the Bonfire founding doctors, have been teaching their patients for the past combined 54 years of practice, and also why they created the Bonfire Health Program. The results that occur when a person commits to choosing right behaviors in the areas of eating, moving and thinking are nothing short of miraculous.

Key concepts:

  • Don’t think perfection, think progression. Don’t be intimidated – you don’t have to be perfect to experience wellness. The goal is constant improvement over time.
  • Being “good” in one area (eating, moving or thinking) doesn’t make up for deficiencies in other areas. Example: You can’t out-train a crappy diet. Being a triathlete doesn’t mean you can eat donuts without consequences.


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