Sunday, September 16, 2012

To be Healthy, Get Out of Your Comfort Zone



Are there steps you could be taking to guard your health in a greater way, but it would take you out of your routine, or your comfort zone?

I think of our little grandson Jayden, when he was first introduced to grass. he really wasn't sure what to make of it, as he had been used to carpets or hardwood floors.  

The grass was prickly and it was harder to crawl, so Jayden gingerly made his way back to the blanketA few more times on the grass and he was motoring.

How do you get out of your comfort zone?

1.  Determine the "why" that drives you to do everything you can to be healthy now and long term.  Do you want to be around for your grandchildren when they graduate from University?  Do you want to be in diapers in a wheelchair in your 80's or would you rather be able to garden and to travel around the world?

2.  Are you treating your life with "urgency" considering every meal as important....or are you content with being an "emergency" with a heart attack or stroke?  Are you aware of all the ways you can protect your health?  Do you care?

3.  Do you resist change in other areas of your life?  Do you see areas in your health regime where you are resisting change?  Can you take small steps to make important changes?  Be committed to daily optimal nutritional supplementation.  Keep your weight in check with daily smart choices.

4.  Be committed to read health books and magazines each week.  Watch the Dr. Oz show.  Sign up for the Kathy Kaehler website.  

To be healthy, get out of your comfort zone....it's worth it.

Deanna and David Waters
thewatersedge@shaw.ca
Let us help you get out of your comfort zone.
1-888-320-8250


 






2 comments:

  1. This is all true, our body is built to do great things and not only by eating or even sleeping too much for both. I've also read from Dr. Mercola at his article about zinc deficiency that a person is capable of doing many thing and exceeding our body's limits could improve our physical built and even power that may help us achieve a healthier life.

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  2. I think this is all right, our body is built to do great things and not only by eating or even sleeping too much for both. I've also read from Dr. Mercola at his article about zinc deficiency that a person is capable of doing many thing and exceeding our body's limits could improve our physical built and even power that may help us achieve a healthier life.

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