The new years resolution period is over. But many of us want to keep committed to our fitness goals. Here are some ideas for staying motivated into 2014.
1. Make Health a Priority
Many people set goals, and then negotiate ….
I had an open ulcer on my leg about the size of a silver dollar for four years. Doctors treated me for four months without success. For the next four years I tried everything that came my way from healing salves and lotions to chlorophyll compounds.
I have diabetes, fibromyalgia, osteoporosis, and osteoarthritis, any one of which can be debilitating. I began taking colostrum and the first thing I noticed was that my appetite changed. (With diabetes, you can eat a big meal and still feel hungry.)
Colostrum is one of those products that I was fully prepared to purchase from outside the country, even if it meant traveling to Australia and going through the red tape of import regulations to get it here.
My grandmother had eczema so badly that she always wore plastic gloves. I was getting to the point where I thought I would have to do the same. My hands and arms were constantly blistering, splitting, bleeding and weeping not to mention the continual itching
I have rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. Several months ago I was so tired, I could hardly put one foot in front of the other. At the suggestion of a relative, I began taking ImmuneTree first milking colostrum.
I am a truck driver and I am on the road between 500 and 600 miles a day, five days a week. In the last several years I have tried quite a few products in an attempt to find something that would help my overall health.
I have suffered my whole life being looked at and tormented. Taking 8 capsules of colostrum per day, look at me in just 6 weeks.