Some may be shocked to hear that I take 20 different supplements, yet I do not have any condition that requires it. I call this proactive medicine. Our food simply does not provide the nutrients to sustain health. Our systems begin to break down without adequate nutrition. This includes protein. Americans typically consume plenty of protein and supplement sales are sky high... so why are we so depleted? We supplement with isolates that lack the phytonutrients and co-enzymes in plant and animal matter when raw and undenatured.
Along with healthy lifestyle choices, I believe the key in my maintained health is causally related to the whole-food supplements I take. Furthermore, they are not just supplements made form food – they contain specialized proteins called PMG therapy. These specialized proteins are the DNA material of glands and organs. Remember eating Liver? If you're not old enough to be part of that generation, you might recall your grandparents speaking of it… this form of protein is nutrient rich. However, cooking it denatures much of the protein.
PMG Therapy goes far beyond nutrition. Consuming small amounts of these specialized proteins (specific to your need) increases the gland/organ function. For Traumatic Brain Injury, Adrenal Fatigue and other endocrine/hormone related issues, for repair of the liver, kidney’s or immune system – think PMG Therapy! And for auto-immune conditions the PMG’s work as a distraction to the attacked organ system. This can profoundly shift your state of inflammation and give the body a chance to heal itself.
This is just one way I make sure to care for myself. Of course, being in the field I am in, I eat clean. I know what I should personally avoid and how to fine tune what is a good and balanced diet for myself. I also enjoy walks in nature and a regular yoga practice. Additionally, a healthy social life is important. I am close with both sides of my beloved family and spend quality time with loved ones. Some of us are not so privileged to have the fortune of our dear ones near to us. Or we are socially distancing so we cannot hug and connect in more common ways that we are accustom to with our dear ones.
Sharing meals is traditionally a cultural theme around the Holiday’s as well as a bonding practice in general. What are you preparing to for this Holiday season? How will you navigate this terrain? I know one thing is for sure and that is my mental health is also of top priority. Even during times of isolation there are great ways to connect. Unfortunately, these typically come with the cost of screen time – and worse yet EMF exposure. It’s quite a balancing act to obtain health these days and I am here to solution find with you!