Louise Hay was part of my wellness team. I listened to her affirmations and read her books while I went through cancer treatment. I believe that in order to become healthy, you must include all aspects of you: body, mind and spirit. Louise taught me how to focus on my mind and spirit. I still follow her advice.

Be well,

ingebirds

 

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Heal Your Gut Summit: Free Online Jan. 18-25

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Hello Health Warriors!

This post is copied from an email I received from Chris Beat Cancer website. The online webinar is free and I know will provide valuable information and suggestions how to keep your gut in balance:

“Gut dysfunction has been linked to virtually every disease and can
cause conditions like fatigue, depression, food sensitivities, chronic
pain, allergies and in my case, cancer.
The health of your gut is critical to the health of your body, which is why I’m excited to invite you to the Heal Your Gut Summit, airing free online January 18-25.

Register here for free

My friends Dr. Josh Axe and Dr. Eric Zielinski have gathered together 30 gut health experts (including Ty Bollinger, Jordan Rubin, Webster Kehr, Sayer Ji and yours truly!) to share practical steps to heal your gut.

Here’s a small sample of the topics covered:

  • Healing the gut to boost immunity and fight cancer
  • How to lose weight by improving digestive health
  • Solutions to recover from leaky gut, IBS, Crohn’s, and colitis
  • Reversing allergies and autoimmunity with nutrition
  • How belly dancing heals the gut (JK! I made that one up)
  • And of course, a whole lot more…

 
Register today
and you’ll also get these four free gifts:

  • 5 Steps to Heal Leaky Gut – Dr. Josh Axe
  • Boost Immunity in Your Gut  – Ty Bollinger
  • The Root Cause of Thyroid Disease – Dr. Izabella Wentz
  • Secrets to Overcome Candida & Yeast – Donna Gates”

Please mark your calendars and sign up today. I will be watching as well AND taking notes.

Be well and remember, knowledge is power!

Inge

 

Mike Vacanti: “Fitness Stuff Made for Us Normal People”

One of my friends posted a video by this guy, Mike Vacanti, whose into fitness. He’s twenty-something which isn’t all that unusual for a guy his age to enjoy spending time in the gym, lifting weights and then making a video about it. What is different is that this video is directed towards baby boomers. He stresses the importance of exercise, no matter what age you are. I was so impressed with Mike, I subscribed to his Twitter feed and You Tube channel.

This may come as a shock, but I need motivation just like you do. I enjoy exercising but I can get distracted by other obligations during the day and before I know it, all I want to do is put on my jammies and either 1. watch TV or 2. read a book. Before I know it, a week has gone by and I haven’t done anything to honor my body (yoga, dance, walk) and that’s not good.

So to honor the new year, I plan to watch more videos like Mike’s and keep myself motivated. How about you? Are you with me?

This first video talks about being patient with yourself; something we humans have problems with. We want results in minutes but our bodies don’t work that way.

 

The second video is the one I found on my friend’s Face Book page. Since I turned sixty a few months ago, I felt he was talking to me. I want to be independent for as long as I can and I refuse to end up in an assisted living place. I will do whatever it takes to keep myself healthy and mobile.

See what you think. Does he resonate with you?

Be well and get off your ass!

Inge