Thursday, June 21, 2012


I often wonder why it sometimes takes a disaster of extreme levels for us to get motivated to make a change. Why even when we know that certain things should not be done, or certain food groups should not be consumed, why we still allow ourselves todo those activities or eat those foods? It seems as though cravings, comfort zones, bad habids, vices, and just weakness keeps us in the unhealthy zone.

I think my frustration comes into play when the same person who has numerous health problems and does nothing about it, but will do everything possible to fix an electronic device or replace or upgrade anything to them that is more of an importance. A lack of priorities in regards to our health will almost always cause even the smallest problem to become a much bigger issue, and sometimes accelerate the negative outcome.

With my radio shows and lectures common questions always arise in reference to how they can feel so bad when they are doing healthy things,or they thiunk they are.  With further investigation, you discover a belief system and mentality that is very common across all part lines. The if I take a vitamin I can then continue doing all the wrong things and "have my cake and eat it too". This attitude is
in every demographic, in all areas of the country because when you come down to it most people want the results and the symptoms to go away, but do not want to do the work, not do they think they have to change.

I am aleways amazed when a major health problem does arise and the same person that for years has said natural things are not for them suddenly get interested. It is as if they are opening their eyes or maybe it is just a sign of desperation. My hope is that small changes are applied along the way and throughout otheir lives so as to promote a better and healthier foundation.

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