We are basically cheerleaders and guides, in our office, for patients to find and achieve health and wellness for themselves and their families. Our main focus is on pregnant moms and children, but we see anyone and everyone who comes into the office. The difficulty of our job is- WHERE THE HECK DO WE START?!?! Therefore, we simply start where people are at when they come in. With everything we teach our patients and recommend, there are 3 essential things that they MUST do in order to reach their ultimate health potential. Without these, it is impossible for the body to truly ever be “healthy”.
So exactly one year ago I started on a journey that has changed my life (and my waist size!) forever. Last November 1st, I started the Hallelujah Acres 60 Day challenge program with a couple other friends. I blogged the entire journey so if you are interested you can start reading about that here. Now that it has been a full year since I started the program I wanted to give you guys an update on where I’m at on the diet, how I feel, and where all my numbers are.
Here is a great video by Sean Croxton about raw milk and the raids done lately…..scary really.
Ok, so this one is a long-time coming, but I gotta be real honest with you guys…..I kind of burned myself out blogging so often. So I released myself from my perfectionism and decided to type and write as I felt like it, but not feel obligated to keep up at least a post a week. Sorry for those of you who keep up regularly! So the blogs will keep coming, but the schedule may be a little erratic as I find my topics and the time to work on them.
So many of you (especially if you see me on any regular basis) know that my latest obsession has been brewing my own Kombucha. Most of the time when I say something to someone about brewing my own Kombucha, they usually look at me funny and say “What the heck is that?!?!” LOL. Most of my life is bizarre and over the top so this fits right in for me. I just seem to forget that I am far from “normal” and societal “norms” don’t really fit my personality. So add this to the list of “weirdo” things I do, but trust me, it’s worth your read on this.