A healthy diet (not a perfect diet) is essential to reach and maintain physical health.
Diabetic? Overweight? I had both of those problems. Knowledge, Flexibility, Balance
are the 3 steps to better health. I won’t tell you what to do, but I will share
with you what worked for me. I beat Diabetes and lost weight.
This web site is about healthy living. Overall health includes physical, mental,
and spiritual wellness. Physical health is extremely important. It’s the first and
easiest step to overall wellness. Small changes can make a huge difference in our
physical health. I didn’t believe it until I experienced it myself. Being overweight
and lack of energy are the 2 most often heard problems... A little bit of extra time
spent shopping for the right foods and preparing them will get you started, but you
must know some basic things first. See More Below
Knowledge On TV, they advertise fast foods and they show happy and healthy people
eating all they want. There is no warning that their products contain GMOs or hormones
or that they may contribute to diabetes or obesity. We know there is something wrong
with this picture, but how programmed is our subconscious to believe what we see
on TV? I began doing research... Now I have the Knowledge to take care of my health.
I beat diabetes and lost weight. Flexibility Here’s my definition of Flexibility...
The willingness to challenge what we have been taught, to experiment with the Knowledge
that we have gained, and see what works. Flexible people find solutions. They always
know there is a solution, calmly set out to find it, and resolutely do it. And they
make adjustments as necessary.
Balance Balance is looking at the big picture period. Focusing on only one area of
your health can throw you out of balance. A good example is an obsession with avoiding
all fats or carbs. Avocados are a fatty food, but they are an essential part of my
diet. Getting your body detoxed and eating some organic foods will get you started. Here’s
the short version of “How I Improved my Health.” I knew something was wrong when I
was diagnosed with Diabetes in 2009. Read More