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New Years Resolution Healthy Solution

New Years resolutions of eating healthier for obtaining better health and wellness are at the top of millions of people resolutions around the world every year. The new year many times serves as a start over point for many people to do the right thing for the right reason, wouldn't you agree? If you never said it, I'm sure you've heard others that said they want to eat healthier, improve their health, loose weight and more. After all who wants to carry around the extra weight along with the many health risk and health issues that's associated with it. Even myself who got tired of walking around sucking in my tummy in public as I was around at 287lbs but approaching 300lbs at a rapid pace, said enough was enough. The mindset of so many people including doctors agree on is that changing to healthy eating and proper nutrition can be very beneficial in supporting better health.

For me to make impactful healthy changes in what I do, I needed to make changes in what I believe. For me to make nutritional changes in what I believe, I needed to make changes in the very fabric foundation of nutritional information that I've been learning for almost 50 years.  How many of us grew up hearing our mother or father say "eat those carrots, peas and spinach because they're good for you"? We also hear our doctor say something like " you can get all your nutrients from the basic four food groups", haven't we? We shop in our supermarkets for foods that contain chemicals, dyes and other impurities that certain government officials say it's okay to eat. There's nothing wrong with believing your parents, doctors and government officials but try to understand where they get their info from. If you followed the nutritional advice from your parents and doctors based on consuming on  approved foods at supermarkets and you're facing a nutritional deficiency health issue, reminds me of a question that a famous TV doctor ask "How's That Working For You?"

This new year comes with not any real new nutritional information but rather from a new nutritional source of info. Holding off many pounds for a few years now and watching others within my family reap the health benefits of the importance proper nutrition via healthy eating and proper supplementation has me believing in my earthly nutritional information source. Dr. Wallach has been a environmental, medical and nutritional source of information for so many people around the world for over 40 years.  If you're looking for clinical proven and science based nutritional information then Dr. Wallach could have some beneficial information for your healthy new years resolution. While his nutritional info can be so simple in nature and challenging for a few, his nutritional message is making sense to millions of people around the globe.

When you have a doctor that understands health issues and nutrition from the medical perspective of a skilled pathologist, I think he has a leg up over my personal doctor. One question is that I had to answer for myself is would I rather bet my nutritional health on a doctor that taught by others with little nutritional knowledge or trust a doctor that has done his own research that included thousands of scientifical autopsies and that have been published over 70 times in scientific and medical journals. Dr. Wallach is also the author of 14 books and various CD's. Dr. Wallach’s world-famous Dead  Doctors Don’t Lie Book/CD  message has sold over 200  million copies. Make sure you get the CD by clicking on the picture below.

When you start your New Years healthy foundation, consider the "Dead Doctors Don't Lie" book or CD information as your solution to your healthy New Years resolution.

Bruce Jacobs (#E100397)
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The information shared here on this blog is not intended to diagnose, cure or treat anything in anyway and has not been evaluated by the FDA

The info shared here has not been evaluated by the FDA and is not intended to diagnose, cure or treat any illness or disease.