1. not enough good stuffSo the steps I am taking to get myself back to health will all address one of these problems. I will attempt to fill my body and environment with good things, rid it of all the bad things, and make sure my body is getting the appropriate amount of exercise to keep me healthy.
2. too much bad stuff
3. not enough exercise (or sometimes too much exercise)
My first step toward health addresses the first problem. In order to ensure that my body gets enough of the good stuff it needs, I am going to start taking multivitamins and supplements every single day. I took a few vitamins and supplements before I got sick, but stopped when I was diagnosed because it was just too much to add to the other fifteen or so pills I was taking every day. Since I stopped treatment, I've gotten a new vitamin regimen and have been taking it every once in a while, but usually forget. Now I am going to make it a priority to take them every single day.
The new vitamins I am taking are called Vitalizer by Shaklee. As I am also trying to put as little bad stuff in my body as possible, it was really important for me to find vitamins that are all-natural instead of synthetic. I was relieved when I found out about the Shaklee Corporation, which helped pioneer the nutritional supplement industry and has been making all natural supplements for over fifty years. Their products are 100% guaranteed to have no dyes, artificial sweeteners, or toxic ink, all of which are unnatural and common in multivitamins. The vitamins I am taking include 80 different nutrients, including all eight B vitamins, all seven omega-3 fatty acids, probiotics, and 26 different antioxidants. (I sort of sound like a commercial, don't I? But that's because I really like them!) Shaklee guarantees that if I take these vitamins every single day for thirty days, I will feel better and healthier. So check back in a month and I'll let you know if they work. You can check them out yourself here.