Thursday, June 6, 2013

Are you dependent on prescription drugs?

Are you headed down a path of sickness and disease? Are you dependent on prescription drugs?  Do you think we are being over medicated?  I realize that sometimes there is a need for prescription drugs but I personally am not taking one without exhausting every other option available.  I don't like putting medication in my body and will avoid it at all cost.  When we fuel our bodies with bad food, smoke or excessive drinking, it is no wonder that we spend so much time in Dr's offices, clinics and hospitals.  I want more for my life.  I want to do everything in my power to stay healthy and away from those places.  Have you ever stopped to think about how it would be to have a chronic illness?  Unless you have one, probably not.  Having to be dependent on insulin or oxygen to breathe, or going for daily dialysis treatment or chemotherapy.  I don't know about you but I don't want to hear that diagnosis.  From everything I read, diet plays a huge role in health and wellness.  If you haven't tried to clean up your diet, maybe it is time you did.

About 14 months ago, I decided to up my odds of getting sick.  I decided to change not only what I ate, but the amount I ate.  I realized that we don't need the amount of food we think we need.  Our bodies can survive and thrive, with much fewer calories than we are normally eating.  And, I have fallen in love with cleansing my body on a regular basis.  One of the best things we can do for our health is to cleanse toxins and impurities from our bodies.  When I began my program, I wasn't sure how I could possibly get through a cleanse day and now I don't know how I ever got by without one.  They are empowering and make you feel light, clean and super healthy.  Just knowing that you are reaching deep down to every single millionth cell and organ in your body and restoring and renewing and flooding it with perfect nutrition, well, that is just amazing in itself. 

Start today by make some changes.  Limit your caloric intake.  Quit smoking, Drink less alcohol, Say no to fried foods.  Limit your sugar intake.  Stop buying so many processed foods.  No more soda.  Drink more water, No high fructose corn syrup.  Nothing with artificial flavors or colors, No artificial sweetener and No soy (that is a a subject for another blog).  Shop the perimeter of the grocery store, where the produce, organic meats, organic dairy and seafood sections are.

My nutritional program balances hormones, gives you mental clarity, energy, better sleep, floods your system with vitamins and minerals that you may be deficient in and fuels your body with perfect nutrition.  When you do that, your body rewards you in the most amazing way.  If you want optimal health, I have found the secret to getting it.