Are you finishing your year making a decision to live healthier and resolve to find ways to feel better?
Don't give in to the belief that you are getting old and maybe this is what getting old feels like.
I am here to tell you that getting old doesn't have to feel so bad. A year and a half ago, I was begging for surgery, or at least a shot of cortisone in my hip. I was shopping for a cane and certain that the pain that lived inside me needed to be cut out. I suffered for years with osteo arthritis in my hip. Secretly each day was filled with pain.
Now a year and a half later, I just cross country skied with my family across Lake Windermere in British Columbia. I am so grateful for the mobility that has been restored in my body, as a result of the changes I was guided to. I can't take all the credit for changing my way of eating and being in the world. It was truly a God moment that lead me to Joe Cross' video Fat Sick and Nearly Dead and got me on the path to juicing. As I turned to health, each new step was laid out for me.
I invite you to take a look at my updated store and find some great resources to help you find your way to health, whatever path that may take. I hope that I can be an inspiration to you on New Years Eve and touch you in a moment when you are ready to make a lasting change. as well.
Happy New Year
Do you suffer from muscle or joint pain?
Magnesium is a mineral that is commonly used to help people like us out. Imagine calcium turns cells on and magnesium turns them off. When you are caught in a situation of constant pain, magnesium might be the mineral you need. A product called Natural Calm is an easy way to receive the magnesium you need. It comes in a couple of flavours and is a powder that you dissolve in warm water and then drink. I usually take mine right before bed as it is known to help with sleep as well. Be careful however, as it can move things through you digestive system and make things a little looser on the other end.
Natural Calm has been instrumental in turning off the nerve pain in my legs and helping to relieve the pain I was in.
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