The need for holistic care and preventative care is positioned to dominate the standards of medical practice in the coming years. My professional interests marry these two natural partners in health in order to address their common goal of accomplishing healthy behavior change (and injury/disease prevention) on a population-wide level. Traditionally, health professionals have addressed the individual components of our lifestyle that may contribute to the negative effects of aging, obesity, sedentarism, metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular disease risk, and related conditions. These interventions have targeted food selection, physical activity, stress management, weight management, and disease management (with some including more than one of these components). Packaging these interventions into an alternative concept of day-to-day life that values physical labor, high-quality food, and a heightened duty to care for one’s own health could compound their value to the health and well-being of all individuals.