Have you ever felt like you couldn’t handle the day ahead of you?
When it feels like the stress of your personal life or job seem ready to knock you down and you don’t want to get out of bed.
Or the fatigue, brain fog and extra weight you have been carrying make you feel that you do not have the energy it takes to cook another meal, pack another lunch, type another report or sit in traffic yet again.
You may have felt this way so many times that you sought the care of your doctor to help you with these issues. Maybe you were given a prescription to manage symptoms, but you felt like there should be something more. Something you should be doing differently.
You are tired of feeling like this!
You need better health and energy to conquer each day!
How Your Lifestyle Can Make You Sick
Consider the aspects of your lifestyle that impact your health. This ranges from how much sleep you get, how physically active you are, the types of relationships you sustain, the environment...
Did you do something to cause your illness? What are you not doing to cure it?
These are questions that loom over your head if you suffer from chronic disease. They can be the real or perceived questions from those around you or are ones you personally battle with daily. As if dealing with the physical symptoms were not enough, the emotional experiences attached to chronic disease can be an overwhelming and limiting factor in your healing journey.
If you have a chronic disease, you may experience more social, interactional and existential problems than those with acute illnesses, because your illness persists. Serious illness can pose challenges to your daily lifestyle, prior beliefs, moral judgements, ethical dilemmas, identity and your ways of understanding yourself.
For example, if you are diagnosed with SIBO (small intestinal bacterial overgrowth), every day presents a challenge. SIBO occurs when bacteria that normally grow in other parts of your gut, start growing in your small...
Have you ever stood in the vitamin and supplements aisle at the store and felt overwhelmed? The wall of bottles and their labels all boast health-promoting benefits. As your eyes glazed over all the options, you started to wonder if you even needed them, as you may eat a healthy, well-rounded whole foods diet. On top of that, conflicting information you’ve read in articles or posts online made it impossible to feel like you could make the right choices.
Scientific evidence confirms that some dietary supplements are beneficial for your overall health and for managing some health conditions. They are not drugs and, as such, are not intended to treat, diagnose, mitigate, prevent, or cure diseases. They are intended to supplement your diet to support your biochemistry and metabolism. You can think of supplements as the oil that greases the wheel of your metabolism.
Why do you need supplements?
If you are dealing with chronic disease or health issues, vitamins and supplements are...