As the CDC has recently released its guidelines for the reopening of schools across America, and we are watching small businesses wade into new territory as they are allowed to open their doors once again, now is the ideal time to be thinking about, talking about, and planning for our overall health. So much is still unknown about Covid-19 and the coronavirus, and we are being fed information and misinformation from all channels. Thus, it is appropriate for us to take matters into our own hands. While it is a personal choice whether to remain at home, whether to keep your children home from school, and whether to take a vaccine offered once it is released, it is not a controversial topic at all to discuss getting healthy.
As many of my readers already know, my own health journey was a long and harried one. I spent a lifetime scanning nutrition facts and having my mind blown by what was not included in those facts. It took me years to finally shift from the accepted wisdom of modern medicine and shift toward the inner wisdom I have always had inside me. I had to learn to trust the little voice in my head that kept saying “there’s more.” There’s information you don’t have. There’s help you haven’t thought of. I found that help in the form of my nutritionist. I found the tools that contributed to my nutritional path in Isagenix.
But whether you decide to join the Isagenix team or not, whether you are an Isagenix coach or simply a fan, there is no doubting the fact that our overall nutrition plays an enormous part in our health. As Steve Jobs once said, we have to see our food as medicine, so that we don’t end up taking our medicine as food.”
Isagenix can help with that, of course. It helps you regulate your nutrition. It helps you recalibrate your relationship with food. And it helps you connect with a supportive group of men and women doing the same, on similar journeys. So I write to you today, my community of readers, followers, fellow coaches, and team members, to remind you that, contrary to the constant reinforcement that now is the time to abandon all your good sense, binge watch Netflix, and eat cookie dough ice cream straight from the container, now is the time to get well.
Of course, we all need a little Netflix and Ben N Jerry’s once in a while. I know I do. But in general, I want you to get well, be well, and stay well. Because whether the coronavirus comes for you or not, we’re entering a crazy time in America, and we are always at our best when we feel good.
Here’s to feeling good, my friends.