To set health goals and do what it takes to achieve them.
Make a Promise
To make and keep a promise to yourself.
-To consciously recommit (sometimes daily) to your goals when motivation starts to waiver.
Change Old Patterns
To work at identifying and changing old patterns that no longer serve you.
Keep an Open Mind
To keeping an open mind to the fact that food can have a huge impact on all aspects of your health.
To value the importance of healthy eating and make the time and effort required for real food preparation.
Our old belief system still has many people believing that they are a victim of their genetics and of their health.
Epigenetics is proving that the old belief system is outdated and that our environment and our perceptions have a MUCH bigger impact on how our genes express and whether or not disease sets in.
Although diet isn’t the only player, our food is our fuel and it’s a huge part of our environment.
The exciting takeaway is that we have much more control than we think. This new research can help move people out of victimhood (”it’s in my genes”) to empowerment and control over their health and future.
I look forward to inspiring you to become the driver of your health and future.