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Sick & Tired of Being Sick & Tired?

Recently my daughter and her husband went to a Halloween costume event at their workplace.  They went as “Sick & Tired”.  Daughter dressed in comfortable pj’s and carried a stuffed animal, and son-in-law put a light green tinted make-up on his face, darkening the circles under his eyes and  such.  They were quite the pair!

But they got me to thinking about all the people who complain about being “Sick & Tired”.  Folks everywhere complain about not enough sleep, sinus problems, allergies, stomach upsets,  colon problems, asthma and more.  Then the question arises as to what they are doing to combat all these ailments?  Do they even know what is causing all these problems?  Do they know that there are good natural solutions for most of these ailments?

Recent reports from Doctors and Public Health Experts have said that up to 75% of the heart disease, diabetes, strokes and arthritis, cancer and obesity are preventable! 75% PREVENTABLE. So to prevent a disease we have to take control of and responsibility for our own health.  So we can stop be “Sick & Tired”.

Taking responsibility and control of our own health means we exercise regularly, use wise supplementation and watch our diet.  Eating organic fruits and vegetables, walking or working out regularly and using natural supplements to fill in the deficits of our diet due to the loss of nutritional value because of the way our foods are produced.

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The good news is that small positive changes in our weight (weight loss) can give us huge benefits.  As we loose weight, we have increased mobility which makes exercise easier.  We have lower blood pressure since there is less area for blood to move through making less work for the heart.  We tend to have lower cholesterol since we are eating more fruits and vegetables and less fast food.  We have an increase in energy, our mood is better and our self esteem rises.  Our blood sugar lowers and and we reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke and type 2 diabetes.

You deserve the best don’t you?  Why not take control of your health and do something good for your self!  Eat an organic diet, exercise regularly and use wise supplementation Health is your choice, make is a good one!

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