For today, I’m referring to those noticeable improvements in our health that happen when we make those wee-tweaks.  Some of these could make all the difference to you or someone you know.

Firstly though, I’ll share with you a client’s story; a chap who was experiencing challenges with his digestion (particularly with constipation), with his system getting clogged up. This wasn’t a one-off thing – this was a daily challenge.

He also tended to catch any flues and colds going around, especially respiratory ones; he felt sluggish with low energy and noticed irritations on his skin.

What did we do? We started him on a routine to experience Optimal Wellness; including the following steps –

  • Daily optimal hydration (1.5 L clean, filtered water per day);
  • Reduced coffee and caffeine intake;
  • Increased juicing;
  • Increased aerobic exercise;
  • Eliminated certain foods from his diet, and –
  • Filled in dietary gaps with Optimal Nutritionals, including a quality pharmaceutical-grade Prebiotic and Probiotic

Whilst we’re here – what do I mean by “filled in the gaps”?

Whilst we have plenty of vitamins and minerals available in shops etc, many are lacking in quality our cells actually need, and therefore by definition aren’t able to deliver results.  I’ve spent the last 15 years extensively researching Nutritionals, and all my findings conclude that quality micronutrition is essential to our overall wellbeing ¹ .  

 When it comes down to it, the goodies we need are sadly not in the soil, to begin with, these days, and so aren’t in our food. And this is the reason we need to fill in those gaps with micronutrients in a regimen that’s tailored for our specific needs.

When my client took these steps, he experienced an extraordinary turn-around. He stopped getting sick repeatedly, noticed better skin, and felt a level of well-being he hadn’t experienced in a long time.

These results are possible for each of us when we optimally nourish ourselves.

So, if this sounds like something you’re curious about, message me.  You know hearing from you makes my day!

Ciao for now! 

 

  ¹  . In “Who Needs Dietary Supplements? Almost Everyone,” Annette Dickinson, Ph.D. points out that “even the most conscientious consumers find it difficult to get all the nutrients they need from food alone, and dietary supplements can help fill nutrient gaps” (1). (The Benefits of Nutritional Supplements. Retrieved from https://www.crnusa.org/resources/benefits-nutritional-supplements)

 

Fi Jamieson-Folland D.O, is The LifeStyle Aligner, with over 27 years experience in Europe, Asia and New Zealand as a qualified osteopath, educator, writer, certified raw vegan gluten-free chef, speaker, health mentor and Health Brand Ambassador. She loves to globe-trot with her husband Chris (NZ, Australia, USA, UK + Europe and Indonesia are current favourites) relishing an outdoor lifestyle and time with family and friends.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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