"I am sick & tired of feeling sick & tired."
You are driving down a country road on a sunny day taking in all the beauty. Relaxed and enjoying the day, the car seems to slow down on it's own and suddenly the engine dies. As the car slowly rolls to the roadside your blood pressure rises. Not today, not on this stretch of road. Thank goodness for roadside service. Now keep following me here. Read on...
Our health is centered on "3" areas: physical, emotional and spiritual.
All three have an important role in our health. For certain, I feel that if ANY of the "3" are out of balance, then the other two will be affected.
If you are not "running" well and have a symptom or set of symptoms, you see your doctor for a physical. You have blood testing done. You review the results. You get a prescription for a med. Wait! Why a pill? Why not look further?
So many want to just pop the pill, and the root of the problem never gets addressed.
Sure in some cases, you may "need" to take the medication, if this is what the doctor states.
We live in a society where there is a "pill for every ill." This must change.
There is so much we can do for ourselves naturally through food, proper hydration, exercise and supplements. But YOU must be willing to research, question, ask questions and work with your doctor to find the root cause. Then look at the "natural" ways it can be resolved.
Many women do not realize that most of their symptoms & concerns are caused by
Finding the root source of your symptoms will almost always lead to feeling better.
Go ahead. Let it out. No, I am not kidding.
You MUST eliminate the flour and sugar.
Are you serious about becoming a healthy woman?
If the average person removed flour and sugar-based foods from their diet they would probably experience weight loss. These kind of foods make a large part of our modern diet, and, in my opinion, are at the root of many health issues.
Eliminating flour and sugar effectively reduces the amount of “empty” calories from your diet. Many of these foods (based on refined carbohydrates) are also high in fat (pizza, donuts, etc). We eat too much of them and they provide us with little nutritive value – not to mention the issue of glycemic response.
When I went "white free" my inflammation and pain took a drastic nose dive!
Stick with nutritious whole foods –
fruits, vegetables, lean protein, legumes, nuts and seeds – and your shopping cart will overflow with good things to eat.
Consult your doctor or a dietitian to make sure a no-added-sugar, no-flour diet is right for you.
See you back here next time, for the next lesson on
"Becoming A Healthy Woman."
TOPIC: "GOT PAIN?"
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After 18 years working in the health field as a Med/Surg Asst, I have seen many patients visit their doctor seeking answers but leaving with only a script in hand.
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who desires to help you
achieve health and wellness
naturally. Knowledge is powerful. You CAN take
control and make a
"lifestyle" change toward
better health. Be well!