I’ve come to make fitness a priority.
Health equals wealth. The true definition of wealth is abundance.
With health you have what you need to achieve your life goals.
Being ill makes it that much harder to succeed.
Over the years through a series of events I’ve come to prize having a fit mind and a strong body.
The mind and body work together to give us optimal health.
I’m 54. Two years ago when I was 52 and started menopause my energy tanked. Would I have to accept that my old energy was gone for good?
My body is getting older. My mind is still youthful.
Could bridging this divide help me get back my energy?
At about the time I turned 52 and started going through “the change” of life as a woman other things happened.
I stopped taking any kind of vitamin or supplement. I had wanted to believe I could satisfy my nutritional needs solely through food choices alone.
This is also when I stopped cooking my own meals for dinner. I relied on boxed frozen food packages that were supposed to be healthier choices.
Folks, I ate a lot of this prepared junk for too long. To compensate, I started ordering food to be delivered to my apartment for dinner.
The restaurant food was healthful yet way more expensive every week.
The remedy came on in April of this year 2019 when on a whim I hired the health coach.
After scrambling eggs and veggies for breakfast for the last six months my mood improved.
By exercising in the morning in my living room 2x per week my body got fitter too.
Last week I wondered if perhaps I could use other help. I ordered Vitamin D tablets from the FullScript link my health coach had sent me online.
I’ve started to take one Vitamin D pill in the morning with breakfast.
Would I see a return to my old energy level or at least an improved energy level?
I was motivated to resume taking a Vitamin D pill after reading the Eating Well special edition magazine Eating for Energy.
This book is a common-sense guide to doing what it says: eating for energy.
I also changed one other thing for the better. I’ll talk about what I did in the next blog entry.
My intent is to give readers hope that making positive changes is possible at any time in your life and your recovery.
You might not be in such great health. As always I recommend the book Changeology: 5 Steps to Realizing Your Goals and Resolutions.
I’ve achieved numerous goals in the last year by using the 90-day action plan detailed in this lifesaver of a book.
In coming blog entries I’ll continue to report on the results I’m achieving by making these small, consistent, incremental changes.
Making positive changes isn’t easy. It’s natural to resist doing what’s in your best interest when it’s easier to adhere to the status quo.
Only I tell you readers: the status quo wasn’t working in my life.
It was time to do things differently. I’ll tell you how things turned out: better than I expected.
Read on for the results.