Do they have less disease?
It sounds so easy to “just listen to your body,” doesn’t it? But as you probably know, this process is incredibly complex.
Maybe you’ve tried it before, and your initial attempts only seemed to confirm your sense that you couldn’t trust your body. Maybe then you doubled down on your efforts to control it—and ended up feeling out of control yet again.
We know what it’s like to have a difficult relationship with food. We lost years of our life to dieting and disordered eating, missing out on countless important moments because our minds were hijacked by worries about food.
But like so many others, we did it because we were sick for so many years. We tried to find a solution. Conventional medicine had only medication as a response, alternative medicine’s approach was to restrict food and treat symptoms with herbs. For a while we felt better, but in the end nothing helped us in the long term.
Today we eat in a normal way and out of intuition. We pay attention to a sufficient magnesium supply by transdermal magnesium and regulate our metabolism exclusively with food.
We will share things with you that you probably haven’t heard before. Use this information in ways that are useful for YOU and find your own way.
The first thing we all need to do before attempting to get well is to realize that our diseases and symptoms are not normal. Unfortunately, millions believe that their symptoms are normal, that they are just signs of aging.
Almost every diet works in the short term, but almost no diet works in the long term.
Trust your body’s cues and nourish yourself fully.
Stop restricting food.
Freeing your mind to do your work, take care of yourself, spend time with the people you love, and answer your calling.
Give the body what it needs and let it restore itself
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