TriVita has all the information you need to transform your health. Learn more about important wellness topics that will transform you from the inside out.
TriVita believes in whole-person wellness. We believe your physical, emotional and spiritual selves must balance to achieve your optimum state of wellness.
As a side note, the 10 Essentials for Health and Wellness are divided into three categories: the physical, the emotional and the spiritual. These three categories are also embodied in our company name… TriVita (try – veeta), which originates from two Latin words: Tri (meaning three) – and Vita (meaning life). In other words, our TriVita name refers to the three key aspects of life – the physical, the emotional and the spiritual.
We are dedicated to helping people achieve the health and well-being they desire. Which is why we created the 10 Essentials for Health and Wellness. When your life is in balance
, you’ll enjoy true wellness. And once you are in this state of well-being, you can use your newfound health, energy and perspective to accomplish your life goals and purpose.
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Developed by Dr. Bill Hettler, co-founder of the National Wellness Institute (NWI), this interdependent model, commonly referred to as the Six Dimensions of Wellness, provides the categories from which NWI derives its resources and services.
The term wellness has been applied in many ways. Although there might be different views on what wellness encompasses, the National Wellness Institute–along with the help of leaders in health and wellness–shared many interpretations and models of wellness.
By applying the Six Dimensional Model, a person becomes aware of the interconnectedness of each dimension and how they contribute to healthy living. This holistic model explains:
Applying a wellness approach can be useful in nearly every human endeavor. As a pathway to optimal living, wellness is being applied to related fields, such as health promotion and holistic health, and has seen a growth in “helping professions” including counseling and medical arts and practices. The National Wellness Institute devised three questions that can help persons and organizations assess the degree to which wellness is incorporated into a particular approach or program:
The benefits of regular physical activity, healthy eating habits, strength and vitality as well as personal responsibility,self-care and when to seek medical attention