New Year, New You

January 3, 2012

Many of the most popular New Year’s Resolutions have to do with improving health and wellness: losing weight, changing eating habits, exercising more, or addressing that nagging health concern.

It doesn’t have to be hard to keep a New Year’s Resolution, just make small steps:

1) That new Paleo diet may look appealing, or you may want to cut out half your sugar intake—but the dramatic change in diet may be hard on your gastrointestinal tract. Whenever you eliminate certain foods from your diet, it’s important to use a dietary supplement to round out nutritional holes that might be left, at least until you learn new, balanced recipes.

2) Exercising? If you haven’t hit the gym since New Year 2011, your body may not be ready for the toll. Start out at 15-30 minutes daily (so you don’t lose momentum), and go longer as your body adjusts. Still feeling aches and pains? Check out Body RLF or Joint RLF. Take a spill on that fancy new bike? Remember colloidal silver, which is commonly used to help with wound healing.

3) Of course, colloidal silver is used for more than wound healing, it can be a great way to support your immune system in 2012 so you don’t miss a day at the gym if that raw food diet is a little too raw. Just take a little bit each day to support immune function.

And of course, don’t forget to schedule regular check-ups with your health care provider. Get your skin checked for suspicious moles, and monitor your heart health, at the least.

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