“Being raised by a very health-conscious mother, there were a lot of bad eating habits that I escaped as a kid. I never drank soda or ate white bread, and didn’t visit fast food restaurants often enough to develop an ‘addiction’.
Overall Health Improvement
Words from Brad: I trained Trevor many years ago. I used to be a...
Where do I start? It has been a unbelievable last 41 days. I have gone from struggling around 26 January 2008 (when work & personal issues caused me to doubt if I could do it) to today where I am only 5 weeks away from concluding the 12 weeks (first of 3). I am seeing the results of my planning, hard work, commitment, sweat, hard work etc.
Tim and Todd, Physiotherapists in Sydney, were clients of Brad’s for a year, a while back and happy testify about his services.
How did a primal mama like me get a leaky gut? Well, I haven’t always been primal. The first 30 years of my life, my body saw plenty of processed food, medications, yeast, and inflammation. So even though the last 7 years I have lived quite primally, my body is now telling me that it has some healing to do if I want to stay healthy for years to come.
I’m an Air Force reserve physical therapist who stumbled upon the Paleo/Primal lifestyle in my struggle to become healthy. After years of eating “healthy whole grains” and the Standard American Diet (SAD) in an attempt to be … well… healthy, it backfired and I gained weight over the years and became so sick that I had to have my gallbladder out.
Everyone loves a story. Mine’s not glamorous or turbulent, but it’s real. And I believe there are more women out there just like me searching for true health and happiness. Here’s how I found mine.
Yoga as a form of physical exercise has been part of Louise’s life for over a decade. However, a recurring struggle with glandular fever left her physically exhausted and emotionally drained. For such an active, busy individual this was a huge blow.
How I changed my life around.
It took a long time for me to finally understand how important it is to keep fit and look the best you can.
Normally when you see people talking about depression or articles on depression, you see someone with their head in their hands not knowing what to do with the world. For me it was completely different. I still went to work, went to social events and lived life. Realistically I did not even know I was chronically depressed. I just got unhappier and unhappier as each day went on. I never went to a doctor for them to tell me I was depressed.