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If We Build It, Will they Come?

If you had an opportunity to be a part of making history by helping people to be a better version of themselves, would you take it?

As I contemplate the answer to this question for me, I’d going to immediately say (absol -friken lutly)…no question.

Follow-up question, if you were limited in what you can tell people, because of legality reasons, would you accept the rules? This one for me is hard to answer. As all of us have had to make a decision this or at least similar to it.

Although all our answers will be different to these questions, we are pretty much facing life together, so we might as well make the best of what we have and enjoy life to the fullest.

This is why I am proposing, to all Health and Wellness Coaches to come together to help our communities. Especially those dealing with health issues, like diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. There is a record number of people dealing with these health issues, and they need better than just being proscribed a pill.

I will leave you with this thought. If we Build it, (A community of thriving healthy people) Will they come?

Letโ€™s Talk Family

Processed foods were introduced in the 1940s. Prior to that families raised their own animals and grew their own fruits and vegetables.

Getting back in touch with the soil growing our own fruits and vegetables, is a great way to survive the mess are in right now.

With Diabetes and Heart Diseases on the rise it’s time for us to start fighting back. We can start by taking the initiative to make better food choices. As I do know that everyone won’t completely give up meat and dairy as I have, but at least acknowledge there is an issue that needs to be addressed.

We are utterly surrounded by Fast Food places and we can’t get away from them. I do understand that it’s convenient and it’s easier to just grab something for dinner on the way home, or for breakfast on the way to work.

We have to start taking responsibility for our health. If we don’t who will.

Until Next time๐Ÿ˜€

Ready to take on the day

On your mark, Get Set, Go…

This is how we should look at our health when it comes to eating a proper diet. The fuel you put into your body gives you the energy to get through your day.

We put in junk, we get that same feeling afterwards. Eating a Whole Food Plant Based Diet can change your life and put you on the right track to a better you.

We all have our days, when it gets bad and we completely go backwards on what we are eating, but the important thing is to learn from that and go forward again.

Foods that Fight off diseases.

Organically Grown Produce (or at least Local to you). Are powerful ways to fight off diseases like diabetes, heart disease, and even some cancers.

Leafy Greens

Spinach, Kale, Arugula, All High in Vitamin K

Vegetables

Carrots, Vitamins A Cabbage Vitamin C and Cauliflower, vitamin C and K.

Eating the proper foods can help impact your life and become a better version of you.

To include daily exercise, like running, walking biking etc…

Both are essential to the process. Interested in hiring a Health and Wellness Coaching, I can help you achieve your goals.

Alright Guys, until next time….๐Ÿ˜€

Hopelessness…

This morning I spoke to a person who felt that all Hope was lost, because she lost a relative to diabetes at the age of 43. That’s hard to deal with especially being so young. My thoughts and prayers go out to this woman’s family, and others who have lost loved ones.

We have to remember the reason why we are choosing the Vegan/Plant Based Lifestyle. This goes beyond just us, but the next generation as well. Help get the word out about how a Plant Based Lifestyle can change your life. (If you let it). We have to be willing to do the work.

I do realize that the Plant Based Lifestyle is not a cure all, but it’s a step in the right direction. Our goal is to help people reach the point of no return. No return trips to the doctors, or drug store constantly filling prescriptions.

This effort will take commitment and dedication on our part.

Until next time…