My Story-Good Health in a Nutshell
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Good Health – we all want it. I hope that my simple tips on staying healthy will improve your Health and Wellbeing!
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I just want to share with you a little about why I am doing this blog, and a little about me. I’m certainly not going to write my whole story, because otherwise I’ll be here all day (and night).
In the course of the past six years, I have researched ways of staying healthy! To be honest, it was done for entirely selfish reasons. I now have this urge to share what I’ve learned, so you can benefit from my research!
My philosophy is that our bodies want to be healthy, and if we can give our cells what they need, and don’t give them what they don’t need; we improve our chances of staying healthy. I am also fascinated by the use of Energy medicine – of finding where our energies are blocked, and free them so that we can be happier and healthier. I am neither a traditionalist nor an altie (new word learnt yesterday meaning someone who is ‘into’ alternative health) – but I like to take the best of both worlds. I firmly believe that we are responsible for our own health. We are the people who know our bodies best. It is up to us to learn how to understand how best to look after ourselves.
Part of my journey included a 17 day stay at Sanoviv Medical Institute in Mexico – a truly wonderful experience, and I am keen to share some of the health tips I learned from there. We were there because my husband Robert had been diagnosed with a neurological disease. Sadly, he died in 2008. This has given me an additional impetus to sharing health tips with you.
I am not a Doctor or a Scientist – in fact I am a Computer Analyst – so I won’t be trying to explore they whys and wherefores. My aim is to start you on the path. I give you enough information to learn and use a technique. If, for your own satisfaction, you want to know the ‘whys and wherefores’, then I’ll give you pointers to people who write at a greater depth, and from whom I have learned so much. If anything is not clear, please put in a comment, so that I can clarify. If one person has a question, it is likely that others have that same question too.
My desire is for us to be so in tune with our bodies that they serve us well every day of our lives. I personally do NOT subscribe to the philosophy that getting old means slowing down or getting sick. Our cells renew themselves constantly – almost all of our cells are replaced every year, some more frequently – like our stomach lining every four hours. The only exception is our bones and even they are replaced every 2.5 years. So – there‘s no excuse – today is the first day of the rest of your life – come on a journey of discovery with me!