“4Leaf for Life”—We’d like some feedback.

It’s time for our first ever online poll.

4Leaf ClockA little background. Our 4Leaf for Life concept was created in time to be included in Chapter 10 of our book which was published in October, 2011. We added the 4Leaf Survey to this website in March of 2012 and since that time the “Take the 4Leaf Survey” page has been viewed almost 4,000 times.

We’re still planning to create a smartphone app for this survey—just waiting for sufficient funding. We’ve received a ton of positive feedback about the 4Leaf concept and many of you have requested that it be automated.

Right now, we’d like to get some feedback. If you haven’t taken the survey, consider taking it now—takes less than three minutes.

  • For just the one-page survey form, click here (printer-friendly PDF)
  • For a little background and some instructions on the survey, click here.
  • You don’t need to print out the form, just make two columns on a piece of paper. One column for “plus” numbers (Questions 1-4) and one column for “minus” numbers (Questions 5-12).
  • Add up your two columns to compute your net score, which identifies your current 4Leaf level. This will definitely be easier when we get that app.
  • For a printer friendly 4Leaf Chart for your refrigerator, click here

Click here if you’d like to take the 4Leaf Survey before doing the poll.

This first poll is self-explanatory.

Now, check up to five (5) items that you particularly like about 4Leaf

Today’s polls were the first for me. This is a handy tool and I expect to use it more in the future. As you know, my blog about Lance was somewhat controversial; it would be interesting to run this poll sometime next week—“Can you forgive Lance Armstrong?”

Consecutive daily blogs

Consecutive daily blogs

  1. Yes
  2. Maybe someday
  3. Never

Please save your answers for the poll next week. Also, let me hear any ideas you have for future polls. As for the funding of 4Leaf that I mentioned earlier, please click here for more information.

Handy 4-piece take-charge-of-your-health kit—from Amazon.com

Want to find out how healthy your family is eating? Take our free 4Leaf Diagnostic Survey. It takes less than five minutes and you can score it yourself. After taking the survey, please give me your feedback as it will be helpful in the development of our future 4Leaf app for smartphones. Send feedback to jmorrishicks@me.com

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J. Morris Hicks, working daily to promote health, hope and harmony on planet Earth.

For help in your own quest to take charge of your health, you might find some useful information at our 4Leaf page or some great recipes at Lisa’s 4Leaf Kitchen.

Got a question? Let me hear from you at jmorrishicks@me.com. Or give me a call on my cell at 917-399-9700.

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Blogging daily at hpjmh.com…from the seaside village of Stonington, Connecticut – Be well and have a great day.

—J. Morris Hicks, board member, T. Colin Campbell Foundation

About J. Morris Hicks

A former strategic management consultant and senior corporate executive with Ralph Lauren in New York, J. Morris Hicks has always focused on the "big picture" when analyzing any issue. In 2002, after becoming curious about our "optimal diet," he began a study of what we eat from a global perspective ---- discovering many startling issues and opportunities along the way. In addition to an MBA and a BS in Industrial Engineering, he holds a certificate in plant-based nutrition from the T. Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies, where he has also been a member of the board of directors since 2012. Having concluded that our food choices hold the key to the sustainability of our civilization, he has made this his #1 priority---exploring all avenues for influencing humans everywhere to move back to the natural plant-based diet for our species.
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5 Responses to “4Leaf for Life”—We’d like some feedback.

  1. CJ says:

    Thanks, Jim, I’m definitely a solid 3Leaf and some weeks am up to 4. ; ) Nice motivating work!

    Yes, thanks to William for the very interesting Pritikin talk.

  2. Anne says:

    William, I also want to thank you for the video. I whole heartedly agree with Karen’s response to you. I too was not ready for the message in the 1980’s. As a result I was obeast for two decades going from diet to diet. Then came The China study and Jim’s book. There is no looking back.

  3. Karen Forster says:

    William – I just finished listening to Dr. McDougall’s interview with Nathan Pritikin and want to thank you for providing the link to this fascinating discussion. I also was a follower of Nathan Pritikin many years ago. At that time, however, I could not see giving up my coffee and meat. Thankfully I now know better. I have heard Dr. McDougall personally say that Nathan Pritikin was one of his mentors. It’s obvious that Dr. McDougall has come to the exact same conclusion as Pritikin did in the 1960’s and 1970’s and can back up his beliefs with more recent scientific studies. Thanks again!

  4. Sal Liggieri says:

    Pritikin, a remarkable man, a true visionary. Watching this video, it’s unbelievable how much knowledge he had about diet, nutrition, and world health statistics.

    I remember back in the 1970’s attending his seminar/lectures in New York City. I don’t remember how many but I remember they cost $200.

    My family thought I was a quack then and now forty years later they still think I’m a quack.

    From Pritikin and now to McDougall and still . . . America became a basket case.

  5. And for another good task for your readers, watch this 1982 = 31 years ago! — video:
    “Nathan Pritikin: A Casual Conversation with Dr. McDougall”
    NathanPritikin had it all figured out re the best nutrition to avoid and reverse our chronic diseases back in the 1960’s or so. Quite a saga of one person’s personal experience in healing himself and
    going on to heal others without being a credentialed “expert”!
    I bought his books back when they came out, plus I got AF Col. Ken Cooper’s “Aerobics” books back then.
    & here:


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