Dr. Joel Fuhrman Improves Health – Lose Weight Naturally | Reverse Diabetes | Prevent Heart Disease and Cancer | Lower Cholesterol.
False promises, misinformation, fads, opinions—there is no shortage when it comes to health, fitness, and diet. Linked with convincing negative thoughts the perfect excuse to do nothing takes root and gives disease fertile ground.
I am discouraged and frustrated that friends and family, unhealthy, in pain, overweight, and dying will not listen and act on information about food’s impact on their lives. An uncle with MS, a sick overweight aunt, a sister with multiple health issues—WILL NOT LISTEN!
It is not easy to learn about nutrition or to learn how to prepare foods properly. I get it. I even volunteered to live-in for a week, to be a diet buddy, I created this blog and load great plant based recipes on Pinterest. My family will not read my blogs.
However, I carry a torch for Dr. Fuhrman whose link is in this post. Kimberly Snyder’s Beauty Detox Solution is my health foundation and I want to at least try to tell people about what I know works.
Do you want a solution or are you making excuses?
To your health,
As I struggled through my first lap Monday, I asked myself why. Surprisingly, I answered myself without hesitation. Because you said I am tired, I am out of breath, I am bored, so the body followed. After changing my conversation to positive I ams, I swam on, playing like an otter, then beaver, then the Phelps!
Whether from biblical accounts of God speaking to Moses, “I am that I am”, Unity’s 70’s movement, or Tom Shadyac’s documentary, I am is powerful. Use wisely and selectively.
“You are” is strong if internalized and translated to I am, so let’s be careful who we listen to and what we listen to.
Inspiring Yoga Transformation.
Makes excuses not to exercise look pale.
Good morning! I hope your health is showing subtle changes since you embarked on your fitness journey and for those who follow just to see yummy recipes I find interesting, I hope you all enjoy and share some of your revisions, experiences, and/or opinions.
My personal journey continues to amaze me and hubby as we take turns spinning each other around to admire the changes in our bodies; those changes are what we call a side effect from being healthier. I measure healthy a couple of ways, how I feel and how I look. As for Hubby, he was taking high blood pressure medicine, and he is no longer taking it. He is pain free from his autoimmune disease and soon to be medication free. He feels better than he can ever remember feeling! That is a strong statement, but he is not one to exaggerate! He has not started working out, but I hope to get him in the gym today.
I have had the biggest struggle between the two of us for reasons I discussed earlier, but the results are in and I am pleasantly surprised. I work out about 5 days a week and I want to. That is crucial for me. I enjoy our gym and the pool and the sauna, but I really love fulfilling a lifetime desire to be a swimmer. I am up to 12 laps from about 4 and I know I will soon swim a full hour instead of 30 minutes. I feel good. A fog is lifting and my mind is clearer than it has been in the past decade. I like myself and the skin I am in, and that says a lot.
Now more than ever, I want to give this gift away and share it with others whose life is heading towards a rapid finale, hospital admissions, and mobility restrictions. We are capable of so much more and we owe it to ourselves to remain independent.