I WANT to have better stress tolerance when my kids completely lose their sh$#!
I WANT to, not struggle with back pain every afternoon.
I WANT to have the energy to run and play with my kids when they ask me.
I WANT to pull on a pair of pants in the morning, button them, and feel comfortable all day.
I WANT to, not stress about cooking and eating and feeding myself and my kids!
I WANT to wake up in the morning and not need a cup of coffee to get going!
I WANT to sleep every night, darn it!!
If we WANT different… we must DO different!
Real change does not happen overnight.
If you are saying… I know that, so when does it happen?
Real change takes effort.
Yes, but where do I put the effort?
It takes work.
Yes! Yes! But, what do I work on?
Sometimes it is very uncomfortable and really hard to do.
Ok, I get that, but how do I know if I am moving in the right direction?
That just makes it all the more rewarding when you achieve what you WANT!
I am ready to achieve and feel that reward!
Many times you WANT to DO different, but are unsure
WHAT to do.
If the above dialogue sounds like your voice, you are not alone!
Health can be overwhelming, especially when you are a mom and juggling many balls at once. Your time is not your own and life typically revolves around the needs of the kids.
Start with the foundational principles, the little habits that can lead to big results when done consistently.
Here are some of the nutrition foundations that set the roots of getting what you WANT:
Ditch the processed sugars and flours
Get rid of vegetable oils (avoid them like the plague)
Avoid conventional dairy
Steer clear of conventional protein and farm-raised fish
Get plenty of:
Liver loving foods daily: leafy greens, lemon, grapefruit, limes, ginger, turmeric
Sulfur rich vegetables: kale, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, broccoli, onions, garlic, leek
Eat plenty of root vegetables: beets, carrots, turnips, parsnips, sweet potatoes
Get your omega-3’s: get plenty of cold-water fatty fish, grass-finished beef, and pastured egg yolks
Drink at least 100 ounces of filtered water daily
When it comes to health, what we put into our body is what we have the most control over. Start there, build from success.
Just remember the only way you fail is if you give up!
I believe in you and know that you will not fail.
The big question is… do you believe in you?