1. Take Charge of your health.
Drugs are short-term remedies, at best. Learn to use health professionals as part of your resource team and avoid reliance on medical dogma. There is no “daily need” for drugs to help with your body’s natural functions.
2.Drink 10 glasses of water every day.
Water is essential. Dehydration causes many ailments. Note that some bottled waters may contain fluoride or chlorine and should be avoided. Fluoride makes bones brittle and dulls the brain. Have rarely, if ever, taken prescription drugs.
3. Listen to your body.
When you have a symptom, take care of it as quickly using safe, natural methods. Never let your symptoms linger or become a more serious illness. You’ll save yourself time, money, stress and energy.
4. Learn why centurions live so long.
Studies show that those living to age 100 or older have rarely, if ever, taken prescription drugs
5. Avoid sweets, carbohydrates or too many calories in one meal.
Insulin and Leptin resistance wreaks havoc on your metabolism and heart health. Read Mastering Leptin, by Byron J. Ricahards, CCN and myself. Eliminating insulin and Leptin resistance is key to good health and longevity.
6. Live like a woman instead of a yo-yo.
Follow the five guidelines of eating in Mastering Leptin and get your body and your hormones back in balance. You will see that weight loss and maintenance is possible and it does not need to be as difficult as it seems.
7. Make your health your #1 priority.
What will you have left to give if you never get the health maintenance you need and deserve. Your health is your most valuable asset. Take time first thing in the morning to keep your self in mind then you can get back to taking care of everyone else.
8. Get to know your nutritional supplements.
What do you take? How do you take it? Why do you need it? High quality nutritional supplements are a necessary and protective addition to your diet. You are a unique body and need a personalized regimen. Get informed, pay attention and your body will thank you for it.
9. Be your own best friend.
Ask Questions! There is no better advocate for your health than you. Find a doctor who will work with you and understand you as a patient, and not try to intimidate you. There are always options and second opinions.
10. Educate Yourself!
The best way to stay young and healthy is to take an active role in your health. Read and research alternatives and solutions for your health and nutrition. The Wellness Resources website is a great place to start!
Posted by TiffanyRichards on 03/12 at 01:31 PM
May I also add “it isn’t the burdens of today that drive men mad. It is the regrets over yesterday and the fear of tomorrow. Regret and fear are twin thieves who rob us of today.” That quote is from “The Station.”
My husband and I try to keep educated but are so frustrated when a friend has pancreatic cancer and we are unable to do anything.
Mary and Byron, it would be nice to meet you someday. We feel you are doing a tremendous service and for that you should be proud. I wish we could do more - we are in our 70’s - but at the very least we can tell everyone about you and your wonderful products.
Thank you again. Arlie & Dianne Dawson BC Canada
Posted by adddawson on 04/26 at 01:03 AM
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