holistic health & pain managment
magic pill

For good health, there is no magic pill

We’ve heard it so many times. “Have you seen this new supplement, it’s supposed to be really good for losing weight.” Or, “I’ve had a few digestion issues, and my friend recommended that I take this product produced by a Network Marketing company.”

Unfortunately, it’s not as easy as taking a pill

If it were, then we’d be doing the same and recommending our clients follow our lead. Now we’re not saying that there’s anything wrong with some of these products, but the body and health are both very complex, and there’s no quick fix.

Good health is a commitment and can be hard work

When people come to us and whether they just want to lose some weight, or have more severe health issues, lifestyle changes generally must follow. If they don’t commit to making changes, then all too often we see┬áthem slip back to their old ways. And in most cases, these lifestyle changes need to be permanent.

Now more than ever

With the ever declining quality of food, mixed with more and more environmental toxins, it’s now more important than ever to take ownership of our health. Our bodies are under a constant barrage, whether it be the hormones in our meat, the herbicides and pesticides sprayed on our fruit and veg, through to the fluoride in our water and the myriad of chemicals in our personal care products.

We can take ownership of our health

At Health Rise we educate and teach people what to look for and what they can do as an alternative. One example could be making your own toothpaste. By doing this, you know exactly what is going in your mouth and you won’t be consuming any additional fluoride. We’ve sourced products that we feel comfortable using in our home and won’t damage us or the environment. And tips such as turning your WI-FI off at night, which will limit exposure to Electro Magnetic Frequencies.

These changes don’t need to happen over night

Making these changes can be daunting, but they don’t need to be made straight away. By incorporating small changes, it’s the accumulative effect which will start to benefit your health. We always find that those people who go at lifestyle changes “like a bull at a gate”, will in many instances revert back to what they were doing in a pretty short space of time.

 

Dave