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We’ve all experienced pain, but how much of it is physiological and how much of it is psychological? I’m asking this question because I recently had a really bad bout with pain and it reminded me about the work of Dr. John Sarno. Dr. John Sarno did a ton of research around the Mindbody Connection. He started his career as a regular doctor, assessing physical trauma and prescribing pain meds or surgery as needed. All was well until he realized that his patients didn’t always get better after the initial issue was treated.
Have you ever found yourself standing in front of the meat section at the grocery store wondering if that package labeled “grass-fed beef” was worth the higher price tag?
Let’s explore the distinctions between grass-fed beef and conventional beef, whether or not grass fed can make a difference when it comes to your health, and how to choose the best meat for you and your family.
I’m in the process of writing a book! This has been a long road and process, but I’m very excited to share the introduction and first chapter with you. You are the ultimate insider in this process so let me know if there is anything you’d like to see in a book all about peak performance and health.
Be prepared to start strong with this book. Living a healthy life requires dedication to making good decisions about diet, exercise, supplements, and personal development.
While many doctors might not wait a beat to prescribe medication, drug treatment isn’t your only choice. There are several effective and natural approaches you can turn to to help you lower your blood pressure.
But if you want to keep your heart and your body healthy, then it will be important to make a serious effort to build healthy habits, support your body holistically, and make changes that will last.
Let’s take a look at what blood pressure levels to aim for, and how to get yourself back in the healthy range with all-natural solutions.