I’m getting close and personal today and I have a few very important questions for you:
- Are you overweight?
- Do you have trouble sleeping?
- Is your energy non-existent?
- Are you always fighting one sickness after another?
- Do you take one or more medications and suffer side effects?
- Are you constantly gassy and bloated?
In other words, are you sick and tired of being sick and tired?
I understand, I care and I can help you.
Because even though you may be feeling like there’s no way out, or you can’t possibly feel better, or you’re too far gone, that’s simply not true. The human body is an amazing creation and its natural state is one of health—not sickness!
And the great thing is, you can make a tremendous difference in how you feel just by taking a few small steps in the right direction.
Let me guide you.
Start with little changes to your diet
You don’t have to do a complete dietary overhaul—even little improvements can make a huge impact!
Here are some good places to start:
- Eat a tossed salad every day. You don’t have to get fancy—if all you like is lettuce and dressing, that’s OK! Lettuce is an anti-inflammatory food and its fiber will help ease constipation.
- Substitute a glass of water for one soda or sweetened drink each day. Reducing sugar is good for your weight, blood pressure and gut microbiome, and water helps prevent constipation.
- Keep your meals simple—they’ll be easier for your system to tackle and help eliminate gas and bloating, plus you’ll have more energy with easier digestion. Pair proteins and veggies, or starch and veggies, in your meals.
- Have scrambled eggs for breakfast at least one day a week instead of cereal, muffins, toast or bagels. You’ll be shocked at how you’ll stay full until lunchtime.
- Opt for protein snacks—a handful of nuts, a cube of cheese or a hard-boiled egg—instead of chips or crackers. This will help keep you full between meals and even out your blood sugar.
Get some decent rest
Most adults need 7-9 hours of sleep each night, so if you are typically getting fewer than that, it’s time to improve your sleep. You can try these tips:
Strive to go to bed at the same time each night, and get up the same time each morning.
Avoid coffee, soda and alcohol before bed—these can all disrupt your sleep.
Try putting some lavender essential oil on your pillow—it has been shown to be very helpful with sleep.
A deficiency in Omega-3 essential fatty acids can cause poor sleep. If you do not regularly eat fish (the primary source of Omega-3s) consider supplementing with a pure fish oil formula like VitalMega-3.
Take a walk
Taking a walk a few days a week will do wonders for your stress level, help reduce aches and pains, improve your mood, support your digestion, increase your energy level and of course help you lose weight!
Support strong gut health
Your gut truly determines your health from head to toe—it absorbs the nutrients your body needs to survive, eliminates wastes and toxins and houses 70 percent of your immune system!
But your microbiome is always taking a hit from things like sugar and refined carbs, medications, lacking sleep and stress. Plus your friendly bacteria are not “permanent residents” to begin with—they only “vacation” inside of you for 12 days or less!
So it’s essential to keep your friendly gut flora population strong and healthy—and the best way to do that is with an outstanding probiotic supplement like Super Shield!
Be proud of yourself and ignore the nay-sayers
This is arguably the most important tip of all.
Celebrate every little improvement you experience, and be proud of yourself. You did this, and you are on the most rewarding journey of your life—back to good health!
Ignore the nay-sayers that say you can’t make a difference, or you’re too far gone, or why bother.
They are either ignorant or jealous or both! Prove them wrong.
And lastly, remember…
You didn’t get here overnight
Remember that health issues don’t POOF! come out of nowhere. It’s usually a gradual process and happens over time….and therefore reversing it will also take time.
Don’t get frustrated when you’re trying to make changes and you don’t see instant results.
Patience and perseverance, my friend. That will help ensure your success!
I believe in you, I am rooting for you and praying for you. You CAN do this.
And when you start to see great changes, please write in and tell me. I will love to hear from you.
Your partner in great health,