Updated: Jan 1, 2020
I have a passion to live well. I have a bigger passion to help others live well.
so, I got a bachelor degree, premed 😉 then I went to Chiropractic school.
Why I chose Chiropractic, is a story for another day, but while I was there I gained certification in Touch for Health Kinesiology and fell in LOVE. My obsession with learning all things Kinesiology led me to write a text book with my mentor regarding all the Kinesiology He knew and we learned along the way. My grades and desire to learn chiropractic suffered and I ultimately left chiropractic school to do Kinesiology full time.
No one knew what the heck kinesiology was so I went back to school to become a massage therapist!
I then went back to the books to become a Nutritional Health Coach, while embarking on a Master degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Needless to say I have seen a lot. A lot a lot. This all means I have tried a lot. So without further ado here’s the top ten recommendations I can make:
1: get a good massage therapist and get a massage every month.
2: get a good multivitamin, I like the Life Long Vitality Pack from DoTERRA (heres my link to buy: my.doterra.com/heartofpeacellc)
3: take a good quality Vitamin D, ideally sublingual in oil as vitamin D is fat soluble (not an affiliate link, just my favorite brand https://www.amazon.com/Innate-Choice-Sufficiency-Liquid-Vitamin/dp/B00BNV7UG2/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?keywords=innate+choice+vitamin+d&qid=1577587967&sprefix=innate+choice+vita&sr=8-2).
4: consider glyconutrients supplementation, significant research suggests proper quantities of glyconutrient can regulate epigenetics and potential eliminate genetic expression of less ideal genes (heres the link to what I use, and my two year old uses it too! https://us.mannatech.com/?account=3930750 )
5: get a good chiropractor, they are few and far between. I’m making a list of the good ones.... again, for another post! speaking of another post, chew on these 5 and I’ll be back with the next 5!