How would you like a new house every 7 years? Wow, that would be a great perk wouldn’t it? Imagine getting a new home every 7 years, all fresh and clean. It would be a dream come true for so many. But there is a catch to this dream.
The catch is that the new home is only as nice as the way you have kept the current one you have. So if your plumping is bad in your old home, the new house will also have bad plumbing. If you have upgraded the heating and cooling systems in the old house then the new house will have new, upgraded heating and cooling systems! So the trick is to keep your current home in the best possible condition so that when you get the new home every 7 years, it is the best it can be!
Not a bad deal now is it? Keep your current home in great condition in order to get a new home in the same condition! New home with a new “start” date. You would not want a new home that was not in perfect condition would you? I don’t want a new home that is not in the best condition possible.
However, we all have a home that we don’t treat as well as we can. We all live in a home that is replaced every 7 years and we don’t even think about how we really take care of it most of the time. That home is our body, our only true home. And since our cells renew frequently, we get a “new body” about every 7 years! Wow, think how nice it would be to take care of our current body so that our new body will be healthy and ready to take us into next phase of our lives, healthy and ready to go!
So how do we accomplish this healthy new home? Well, it takes work and planning. I know, work is not “fun” but healthy bodies are fun! Working on your body can be easier than you think. Thinking about what you eat, how you exercise and how you supplement your diet. Three easy things to do, lifestyle choices that reflect healthier choices will pay dividends for years to come. Be diligent now will avoid many illness later. And that new body you get every 7 years will be ready to work for you for 7 more healthy years!
So get off the couch and walk the dogs, play with the kids, walk around the block, take the stairs instead of the elevator, park further away from the building, move! Then look at your food choices. Drink lots off filtered fresh water, eat organic foods (no artificial, processed foods), and keep add soy protein to your daily meals.
Then look at the absences in your nutrition and add whole food supplements, natural & organic supplements to fill in the nutrition gaps. Supplementing your nutritional gaps is necessary since no one eats every nutrient their body needs. So carefully add whole food nutrients to your daily routine to fill in the blanks in your nutritional gaps. That way your new “body” will be healthy and ready to give you a healthy life!