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Beauty on the surface but starts at the depths
One of the first things we notice about babies is how smooth and soft their skin is. From the moment we are born, our skin serves as our most reliable barrier between our inner and outer worlds. It is the layer everyone can see and touch. If the eyes are the windows to the soul, then our skin is the causeway to the brain. In fact, our skin has its own kind of independent intelligence: it blushes when we’re embarrassed, “crawls” when we’re afraid, and itches or tingles for no apparent physical reason.
A woman’s complexion is intimately connected with her feelings of self-confidence and power: it’s the “face” she shows to the world. No wonder women spend so much time and money on beauty products and make-up. We’ve been taught to medicate or cover-up our so called flaws instead of figuring out why they are there in the first place.
No matter what line a beauty company tries to sell you, the basic fact is that a beautiful face is not just skin deep. Think of a plant – the first indication that it needs water is its droopy leaves. It may revive a bit if you spray some water on its surface, but in order to restore the plant to vibrancy you have to water its roots.
Paying loving attention to the health of your skin is one of the best and easiest ways to listen to your body. Whatever is going on inside will eventually show up on the outside. So if you have skin concerns, chances are you need to look beyond the surface to discover what is really going on. Yes, it can be complicated – the anatomy of the skin is linked to all our major functions, in including the immune, respiratory, circulatory, lymph and neurotransmitter systems – but caring for yourself on any one or all of these levels will improve the health of your skin.
Dealing with inflammation
Skin concerns arise on two fundamental levels: acute and chronic. Chronic issues such as premature aging, acne, dermatitis, and rosacea are all conditions that have recently been linked to chronic inflammation. Acute skin conditions and allergic responses, such as eczema, hives, rashes and/or unusual thickening, mottling/bruising or mole growth are very individual and may indicate a more serious underlying condition. If you notice any sudden or extreme change in your skin or moles, contact your healthcare professional.
To make significant improvements in the tone and texture of your skin, you need to soothe inflammation on two fronts:
- By neutralizing free radicals (both inside and out);
- By boosting immune function through good nutrition, supplements, hormonal balance, detoxification, and topical support.
- To get the inside job done, Ariix’s very own Nutrifii pharmaceutical grade supplements is a great start, and if you need help with cravings and staying away from allergy causing foods, the SLENDERIIZ homeopathic program has made thousands of people look younger while losing weight at the same time; additionally, if you need to turn your nutritional habits around and your ready for a body transformation with an anti-aging bonus the 3X fat loss for Men and the 3X weight loss for Women personal education offers a impressive solutions. Detoxing and nutrients is a vital component of healthy and beautiful skin so both the SLENDERIIZ and 3X programs are sure to please.
To get the outside job done, Ariix’s revolutionary skin care line Jouvé offers amazing results with healing, moisturizing, and youthful results. The Instant Tightening and Restoring Serum visibly lifts, firms, minimizes, and restores for immediate time-shattering radiance, and the Dark Spot Corrector and Brightening Cream corrects, evens, hydrates, and nourishes for beautifully youthful looking skin. Both products are all you need and replace any products you currently use for your eyes, mouth, and face making them multi-purpose.
I have often wondered how often people celebrate and why; and it probably isn’t enough. When we were younger, our teachers and parents conditioned us with heaps of praise and recognition. Then we grew up; and started work, the amount of praise we received steadily reduced, and reduced until it became uncomfortable. Most people probably don’t celebrate much now, and yet emotionally, we yearn for our childhood praises.
My good friend, Tony Robbins once said that we “need to learn to celebrate like our team has just won the Superbowl“. I am certain – living in Houston, where they have never played in the final game of the season – we all know how crazy that moment would be. Our energy and adrenaline would be at extreme levels. So, if we know we can get there, why can’t we at other times? Good health requires us to celebrate, because stress is a serious killer. If you want to see the affect of stress in your life, then look in the mirror. It has probably sitting there as fat, or high cholesterol.
So, yesterday, January 15th was my birthday and I decided to celebrated it. I am now, 50-something; and we went to see the Houston Rockets play Lebron James’ Cavaliers. If you watched the game, it was not a celebration of Rocket basketball – on my Facebook account I celebrated that Lebron James attended my birthday party. He actually took over the entertainment. Houston, win or lose, I was the winner.
So it got me thinking, how or what I have celebrated in the past, what events I remember that have built me. Here is a random list of some of the things I remember that were worth celebrating, in no particular order:
- Getting married to Yvonne
- Graduating with a degree (Chemistry)
- Climbing to the top of Austria
- First day at work and paycheck (RHP) and again at BP, Phillip Townsend and IHS
- Successes of Kaitlyn, Ashly and Lei Lani
- Every time I finish a writing a book
- Recruiting a new member into our business
- The peace provided by my mother’s brother
- St. Louis Rams winning the Superbowl XXXIV
- England soccer World Cup 1966
- Passing my driving test (UK and USA) and buying my first car (Ford Escort)
- First trip abroad (Switzerland); first trip abroad on my own (Austria)
- Buying my first apartment (Staines) and then first house (Houston)
- First day living in the USA
- Lasik surgery
The list continues, some of the above deserve celebration, others reflection. I hope you take a moment to think about your last celebration and perhaps you will tell me about it
This could be the most important blog I write in 2015; and on the eve of 2016. Please read to the end, you will be thankful if you do.
Spring 1998, I moved to the US; I would say the first thing that I did was put on weight. I know I was smaller when I arrived, because my waist size was under 34 inches – the pain of throwing out those pants has not gone. Also, I was given as a leaving present an England soccer shirt, it was a LARGE (which in UK sizes, probably is an US MEDIUM), but it doesn’t fit me now. I figured the size increase was due to a change of lifestyle and an acceptable result. I was no longer eating Indian food (mostly vegetables). In my first year, single and eating at the bar was normal; I could watch TV sports and have a beer or two. Gradually, my weight crept up; 190 – 200 lbs was normal, well until I broke that barrier and decided to do something about it.
Then, I owned a business with an injection of stress, late night working, bad eating habits, networking drinks and appetizers and slowly the normal became 220 – 225 lbs, but then I am 15 years older. At 30%, that’s a whopping 67 lbs of fat. So, back in 2014 I decided to get a gym membership and to hire personal trainer, by the end of the year I was fitter, but not lighter, little change in the waist size either it was still in the 40-42 inch range – I refuse to buy 44 inch pants. No disrespect to the trainer, they did a good job; it was me that hadn’t completely changed. It wasn’t getting me the results I wanted and so I stopped. You see, for a while I thought the best way to lose weight was to quit drinking beer and to count calories and exercise. If I burned more calories, than I consumed then I would lose weight. I had not completely cut out the beer and clearly it didn’t work.
In June 2015, I was invited to a presentation by Tim Sales in Las Vegas. To cut the story short, he said “the best way for men to lose weight is to NOT exercise”. Mind-blowing; and hard to believe, it was completely the opposite to my educated, scientific thinking. Before you stop exercising, and start losing weight, Tim actually said a lot more and had got my attention; it was the paradigm shift I was looking for and it has allowed me to actually lose weight. You see; if I had thought about it, and acted upon it – the main reason for my weight increase was the American diet that I started back in 1998. Let me try to explain, in the late nineties fast food restaurants in the UK were not something I would entertain, but here in the US they are normal. Restaurant eating here is normal too. I am not saying I am a fast food, convenience junkie, but it illustrates the difference between the two cultures and my probable weight gain.
Tim asked me to listen to some video’s he had made and each one explained why I had but on weight; it all made perfect sense. And then he challenged me to change to a cleaner diet; and BOOM I started to lose weight. I have already lost 8 lbs, in less than a week. Once certified, Tim asked Yvonne and I to share the video with friends, there is one for men and the another for women, because he is determined to help people. Tim said, he had found that men and women lose weight differently; so it makes sense. You are welcome to watch the video; as you watch you will see the paradigm shift too and will want to share….
This week we recieved an email from our sponsor “exciting news, Tim Sales is launching a new opportunity”.
It doesn’t take long for us to commit; and today, Christmas Day we watched several of Tim’s videos. Not hard work, but very worthwhile.
Tomorrow we start working…
Recently I had the fortune of watching a series of documentaries and expert interviews put out by Food Matters Television (FMTV). Prior to the “Hungry for Change” movie with Kris Carr, the host, James Colquhoun, shared a compelling experience of his father.
He said, “my father went back home to his family reunion and the initial response from most of the members was, “wow how do you look so good, how did you lose all the weight, and how do you look so young”? People weren’t interested in how he was able to get off all his medications and heal himself. After learning how to do it and literally heal himself, which I thought was the most miraculous part.
I mean my father was able to get off multiple medications and heal himself from chronic fatigue syndrome, depression and anxiety and yet people were more interested in how he was able to look and feel so much younger than he had before and that’s really a side effect of adopting this life style of learning some of the specific tricks and tips that we put together in this film, “Hungry for Change” and it really goes to uncover a lot about body transformation and the diet and weight loss industry as a whole and how we can take steps in our life everyday to improve our overall health and also how to get that body that we really would like and deserve to have.
This is something that is extremely important and its a responsibility that we have as humans, is to educate ourselves about how to properly fuel our bodies and how to look after ourselves because schools are not doing it, universities and colleges and government’s aren’t doing a great; and it’s up to us to take that responsibility ourselves.
A small investment in ourselves now, can prevent possible financial, emotional, and physical hardship in the future; saving you thousands of dollars in expensive medical care or even 10;s of thousands of dollars. The cost of critical care in the western developed world has gone up dramatically over the past few years and we know so much of what can remedy this situation, we are just now gaining access to this information on a broader level”.
As awareness of the costs that medical expenses increases, more and more people are looking at what these cost could be for themselves, let alone family members, people are beginning to take a closer look at their finances and considering what they will have available in the future. The situation is looking pretty grim for most. The Baby Boomers mostly are looking for a solution, but even the generations that follow are taking matters into their own hands and are taking notice of a tool that may leverage this money/time predicament, and it’s called network marketing.
Through the years, I’ve seen my parents and many other families defeated by mounting medical costs. Statistics prove that as we age medical costs inevitably go up, and this doesn’t include unexpected catastrophe’s even before we are up in age. The sudden discovery of cancer as a child, or even as a parent is just one example of something that could set everything back in a family. The point I made earlier is that anyone can start their network marketing business at anytime (provided your at least 18 years of age). I’ve seen 20 somethings do a phenomenal job of growing a business; and I’ve seen many in their 30’s, 40’s, and even their 50’s start and grow a successful business. I even know a few people who are in their 70’s that have created a booming business.
All these people are starting and growing a network marketing business so they can make an extra income for today, but mostly so they’ll have a residual income in their future; we’re talking about making money even while your sleeping, and that income can come from anywhere in the world. When these people consistently grow their business, they generate an income they live on, which of course takes care of their medical costs. Wellness is very important, and so is being able to sustain the costs of maintaining your wellness in the future.
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The supplement industry is huge; there are now shops dedicated to the industry, and most grocery stores even have a long aisle dedicated to supplements and other health products. However, it’s important to know that not all supplements are created equal. Not everyone considers taking supplements important; let alone essential. Read 10 reasons why you should be taking supplements in this article; and information about my preferred supplier – Ariix Nutrifii can be found by clicking the buy now button below:
1. You Eat a
Crap Standard American Diet
Grains, legumes, and most forms of modern dairy are not food. The purpose of consuming food is to nourish the body and mind. These foods do the opposite.
First of all, grains, legumes, and conventional dairy are nutrient deficient (or void). They contain extremely small amounts of nutrients, most of which are malabsorbed. Grains and legumes deplete nutrient stores and interfere with nutrient absorption. They are toxins in themselves, which increases your nutrient needs. Grains and legumes both cause intestinal damage which further decreases your ability to absorb nutrients. Even if you’ve stopped eating these foods, you may be in nutrient debt or have lingering intestinal damage which is interfering with nutrient absorption.
Due to inflammation caused by other foods toxins, dairy protein is often inflammatory. Conventional dairy also contains mycotoxins which are extremely damaging.
2. Soil Depletion
Improper farming practices deplete the soil of nutrients. When plants are repeatedly grown on the same land, the soil loses nutrients faster than they can be replaced. Over time, the plants have fewer nutrients to grow. Fertilizer contains just enough nutrition for the plant to survive until harvesting, but not enough to support human health. This results in plants that have 75% fewer micronutrients. (“Not On The Label“, p213.) In addition, most plants are not harvested fresh. They sit on trucks, shelves, and counters for weeks before being eaten. Over time, the nutrient content of these plants decreases.
Most modern fruits and vegetables are grown to increase their sugar content, not their nutrient value. As a result, most of the common fruits and vegetables are artificially high in fructose and sugar and lower in key nutrients.
When plants contain fewer nutrients, the animals that eat these plants are also malnourished. A study published in the Journal of Nutrition and Health found copper levels in the UK have dropped by 90% in dairy, 55% in meat, and 76% in vegetables.
3. Water Depletion
Water is also depleted of minerals due to modern production methods. There is a huge variation in the mineral content of bottled and tap water, with tap water generally having more. Water filters remove important minerals such as magnesium, which was a main source of magnesium for early humans. If you don’t use a filter and you don’t have a well, it’s likely you’re consuming dangerous amounts of fluoride and/or are deficient in magnesium. This could explain why people who drink water higher in calcium than magnesium develop more myocardial infarcts and ischemic heart disease.
4. Low Calorie Diets Are Low Nutrient Diets
I know this is a crazy idea, but starving yourself is bad. Consuming a low calorie diet means you’re consuming fewer total micronutrients. Humans are designed to consume a large amount of calories, and it doesn’t make you fat. When you eat less (as everyone says you should), it’s easy to become malnourished. When you’re consuming low quality foods, you have to eat even more to obtain the right amounts of nutrition. This is one more example of why food quality matters.
What do we mean by low calorie? According to this study most diets require 27,575 calories to supply all the essential micronutrients. If you’re eating less than that, and are following something like the USDA diet or the South Beach Diet, you’re deficient in nutrients.
Animal foods are generally higher in calories and nutrients, so it’s no surprise that’s where the majority of calories came from in early human development. Since the modern trend is to reduce the consumption of animal foods, people are consuming fewer nutrients.
Pesticide-treated vegetables are lower in phenolics than organic ones. This is because polyphenols are produced as a defense against bugs and pathogens. When there is no reason to defend themselves, the plant stops producing polyphenols.
There is pesticides. This is despite sometimes being contaminated anyway. It should be mentioned that many studies show organic foods are not higher in nutrients. However, that’s going by the USDA definition of organic – not “organic” that you would find in your back yard. Fresh fruits and vegetables grown at home in well fertilized soil are going to be higher in nutrients than USDA organic versions.
Plants treated with pesticides are also lower in phenolics than organic ones. This is because polyphenols are produced as a defense against bugs and pathogens. When there is no reason to defend themselves, the plant stops producing polyphenols.
There is also evidence that glyphosate – RoundUp herbicide – chelates minerals in crops on which it is sprayed. It remains to be seen how much of an impact this effect has, but it’s safe to avoid GMO foods for a variety of other reasons.
Unfortunately, organic is not always possible due to financial or logistical reasons. Even when you can find organic foods, they aren’t necessarily better.
6. Grain-fed Meat & Cooked/Conventional Dairy
Compared to grass-fed meat, grain-fed meat is abysmally low in antioxidants, micronutrients, fatty acids, minerals, and vitamins. Grains are not a food for humans or herbivorous animals. When herbivores are fed grains, they become malnourished, just like humans. Grain-fed meat and farmed seafood can also serve as a carrier for more toxins, which increases nutrient needs.
Raw, unpasteurized, unprocessed, full-fat dairy can be good for you, but the kind most people buy at the grocery store is not healthy. The majority of nutrients in milk are found in the fat (cream). When you remove or reduce the fat, you are removing and reducing the nutrient content. Pasteurization destroys some of the nutrients in both skim and full fat milk. Conventional dairy is also high in aflatoxin and other mycotoxins that were in the cattle’s feed.
If you eat grain-fed meat or conventional dairy – supplementation is a good idea.
7. Toxin Exposure
Your body needs nutrients to deal with toxins. When more toxins are present, you need more nutrients. If you’re living in a cave or the garden of Eden, this will be less of a concern. If you’re like the rest of us mortals – you’re exposed to a litany of toxins on a daily basis.
Here are just some of the things your body has to contend with:
1. Xenoestrogens (plastics, BPA, some molds, petroleum products).
2. Industrial solvents and cleaners.
Our bodies weren’t designed to deal with these toxins using only nutrition from food. They just weren’t. So if you plan to get your nutrition only from food, you should plan to get your toxins only from the Garden of Eden. Good luck with that.
• Unnatural lighting.
• Food toxins (not a problem if you’re eating Bulletproof).
• Stress and lack of sleep.
There are hundreds of other sources of unnatural stress that increase the body’s need for proper nutrition. Even if you’re doing everything right in terms of diet – it’s almost impossible to get all of your nutrients from food.
Our bodies weren’t designed to deal with these toxins using only nutrition from food. They just weren’t. So if you plan to get your nutrition only from food, you should plan to get your toxins only from the Garden of Eden. Good luck with that.
8. Nutrient Absorption Declines With Age
Several studies have shown kids need more nutrients to support growth, and older people need more nutrients due to malabsorption. As people age, they often begin taking medications which can interfere with nutrient absorption. This means you need to take more nutrients in the most absorbable form possible.
9. Exercise Increases Nutrient Needs
Athletes often think tons of exercise is the key to a long and healthy life (it’s not). They are among the first to denounce supplementation as unnecessary, often with the idea that exercise is the best medicine. I don’t advocate high amounts of exercise, but this is an important point. If you’re doing enough exercise to substantially deplete energy reserves, you’re also using more nutrients for energy production and recovery. As a result, athletes are at an even higher risk of nutrient deficiencies. Since many athletes eat a low nutrient, high toxin diet – this is a serious concern.
10. Supplementation May Help You Live Longer
Aging is a natural process, but it’s not fun. If there are supplements than can delay this process, why not take them? As long as there isn’t an undue risk of harm, it’s hard to justify avoiding a substance simply because our ancestors didn’t have access to it. There is good reason to believe a higher intake of nutrients may prolong life. Our hunter-gatherer ancestors may have been malnourished at certain times which is not beneficial. If supplements can buy you a few more years of quality life, why not take them?
11. Expense & Health
Whether we like it or not, sometimes supplements are cheaper than real food. In the case of something like salmon, it may be better for you to supplement with a high quality fish or krill oil than to settle for a farmed variety. Farmed salmon is low in omega-3s and high in toxins.
Farmed salmon are higher in parasites and bacteria. In order to hide the sickly appearance of farmed salmon meat, the fish are fed a pink pigment to change their tissue color. Farmed salmon contains 16 times more PCB’s and pesticides than wild. Wild salmon is often more expensive than grass-fed beef, and presents more of a health risk than benefit. Grass-fed beef has enough omega-3’s by itself, but supplementation may be a good idea for some people (like kids).
We live in a stressful, toxic world, and it’s a normal, healthy, optimized human behavior to understand the toxins and counteract them whenever possible. Hiding your head in Paleo-sand won’t make the effects of these toxins go away. Neither will eating some vegetables.
The idea that you can get all your nutrients from food is fine in theory, but virtually impossible in practice. Soil and water depletion, food and environmental toxins, poor absorption, pesticides, exercise, and lack of calories can all cause nutrient deficiencies. There is evidence that consuming nutrients from food is more beneficial than supplements, which is why you should focus on a nutrient rich diet first. However, it’s rarely enough.
Supplementation is a great start. Handicapping yourself by “only getting nutrients from food” is not a good idea.
I hope your not still focusing on the fact that I left number 5 out, I did that on purpose to make sure you were paying attention. Instead, my hope for you is to get clean in your diet, and pure water intake; and definitely supplement your diet. My recommendation for supplements are the Ariix Brand of Nutrifii and you can order them right here and even receive a 30% discount on your regular orders. You can also order your very own Ariix Puritti filtered water bottle right here; take it everywhere you go and fill it up anywhere!
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In the first Recruitment Mastery session, Eric Worre’s said that his business philosophy is “to make a decision” and then:
- Say yes
- Tell the world
- then Figure it out
While at the convention we made some decisions, but one decision Yvonne suggested that I thought was worth “telling the world” was that Yvonne re-committed to becoming fitter, because she wants to be around her daughters for quiet sometime (her why). She often expresses frustration at her father’s early death as being avoidable; and recently her mother past too. My parents have past, a while back and so I understand her emotion. She has been exercising and losing weight, but she decided to run a 5K race (and I am presuming a 10K race after that). So, starting today and for the next six weeks, I am committing to follow the plan below. On December 19th, I will run a 5K, record the time and tell you about it.
Another decision we made in Vegas; was to return for Go Pro Recruitment Mastery 2016 and to encourage others to do the same. So we purchased a block of tickets for ourselves and our team. We have some left; so we are offering you the opportunity to attend too. We aren’t making money doing this; it’s not our style – we both want people to share our experience; and so if you feel its something you should do to, then click on the button below and join us
Ray Bradbury was a freelance writer who was trying to support his family. However, he was working at home with his cute little children. This proved to be incredibly distracting, so he had to find somewhere else to write. So, he headed over to UCLA’s Lawrence Clark Powell Library.
In the basement of the library there was a number of typewriters that gave 30 minutes of writing time for a dime. Ray was very poor at the time, and needed all the money he could to support his family. Whenever he popped in the dime, he wanted to get his month’s worth. This forced him to write at a frantic pace until his time was up. The most frustrating element of writing the novel was when the typewriter keys tangled, because it meant that he was wasting valuable time. In between these 30 minute typewriter banging sessions, he would wander the halls of the library studying books and contemplating what he would write for the next 30 minutes.
The novel Ray finished was classic sci-fi novel Fahrenheit 451 (published 1953). He created this novel in record amount of time, and recalled feeling as if the flow of time had accelerated. The novel wrote itself, effortlessly.
So, good time-management can help you or your business grow, generally projects that are late are costing you money. In the above example Ray was forced to maintain a fast-paced schedule (and presumably he budgeted his dimes too).
- Written goals
- Calendar, time management
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Good morning everyone!!! I hope you’re inspired to do more and live more that you EVER have!!
On this fabulous Monday morning I’ve already taken a shower using my non toxic REVIIVE shower gel and toothpaste, had my OPTIMALS vitamins and minerals, started my day off drinking pure clean water, that I can refill and take with me everywhere, and I’ve had my homeopathic SLENDERIIZ drops!!!
I’m grateful for my amazing ARIIX business and health coaches that walk the talk and not only do they use the products like I am and have attained the results I’m going to, but they have taken their success to the next level and are becoming stronger, faster, leaner, and even more unstoppable!!!
I’m shrinking and becoming leaner and healthier from the inside out more and more everyday! I’m sharing with you how I’m doing it, so we can do it together!!
Healthy me! Healthy YOU!!
Hey everyone, hope your seeing success in your commitment to becoming healthier every day!
I want to share an interesting thought with you. Here’s the bottom line, if you think about cutting back on certain foods is all you need to do to make a difference in making changes in your blood-work and losing weight, then you’re wrong.
Speaking of which, when was the last time you had your blood-work done, hmm? How will you know where you’re going if you don’t know where you’ve started. My suggestion is that on your list of to do’s to schedule lab-work tomorrow.
Anyway, a sluggish metabolism could be caused by sludge in your liver and kidneys’ and you need to detox them so they can do what they’re supposed to do, filter out all the bad stuff; and so your body can function at its optimum.
No need to go farther than your kitchen, if you have a Nutribullet, great! Don’t have one, you can used a blender, or processor. Combine 4 cups of pure water with half a lemon, that’s right the whole half of the lemon, not just the juice; add a one inch piece of ginger next, and a pinch of cayenne pepper. Mix it up and drink it down! Wait about an hour before eating to give your live and kidneys time to filter this through; as a matter of fact, Dr. Natasha Turner author of the book “The Supercharged Hormone Diet: 30-day accelerated plan to lose weight, restore metabolism and feel younger longer”, a book that promises to help women find ways to melt their fat by taking control of their hormones; in the book she recommends drinking your homemade detox first thing in the morning, unless of course you are like me and taking thyroid medication, in that case drink it an hour after you’ve taken your medication.
If you really want to accelerate your results include Restoriix in your detox. You can order that here. I drink mine right before I go to bed each night. With the amazing zeolite and spirulina, my body is moving heavy metals, fat, and toxins right out of my body while I sleep, not to mention cleaning my blood and making it more and more alkaline each day; you see, becoming your healthiest is a 24 hour thing, not just a day time thing.One final thought, my Mom just passed away not too long ago, and of course I miss her. My Dad too; not only are they no longer here for me to spend time with, their quality of life was limited in their last 10 years. Please be sure to understand my final message.
There are people who really care about you and will want you in their lives as much as possible. We live in a toxic environment, and the food we eat today has lost its quality for the most part, so do your part to clean up the damage that’s been done, because you can! Adding quality supplements will help, I recommend Nutrifii vitamins and minerals, and other nutritional products free of fillers and binders, and absolutely pure ingredients from the same website.