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Are your guilty pleasures and poor diet damaging your health?

Are your guilty pleasures and poor diet damaging your health?

I’m the first to admit I may not always eat the healthiest diet.  However, I have been working with Jen Beck, a nutritionist (Complete Health Revolution 513-407-5775), to heal my gut issues.

Do your bad habits make you feel unwell, lethargic and just plain miserable? They can have long-term effects on your physical well-being and take months/years to correct.  If you want to live a long, healthy life, there may be some bad habits you need to overcome.   Through a thermography scan, you can see how many of your bad habits are hurting your body.  Then you can take action to make better lifestyle choices.

I’ve come to realize over the short period that I’ve been working with Jen, that healing your gut isn’t an overnight process.

Ok, enough about me.  Unhealthy eating can lead to numerous conditions and diseases.  Heart disease, diabetes, bone and joint distress, and many other physical conditions can result.  Your thermoscan will show areas of inflammation, low blood flow and early signs of tumors or other pathologies starting.  Unhealthy eating isn’t the only cause but certainly a big one.

My other guilt is not having enough time to get in adequate exercise.  Even if your diet is filled with organic, healthy foods you still need to get moving. Living a sedentary lifestyle is a bad habit.  You may not have much choice about how much movement is allowed at your job.  Make time to get your heart beating before or after work.

I care about your health, others care about your health, you should care, too.  Having a baseline thermoscan is one way to help you see how some of your  unhealthy choices are likely impacting your overall health. Then, even though it may be difficult, kicking your bad habits and making yourself healthy is a worthy goal to aspire to.  Why not start today by calling me to schedule your thermoscan?

Jacky Groenewegen


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