Eat Yourself Well? No more inflammation and pain, among other things.

by richard on April 3, 2015

Hi Everyone! Great to be able to share some fascinating info with you and a delicious recipe for the Instant Pot. We use ours every day. What is an Instant Pot? Click Here. Instant pot is an electric pressure cooker that will making cooking at home MUCH more simple and easy.  To see demos of Instant Pot cooking,  Click Here

Food and how it affects our health has become a big deal to us. As we continue into our 25th year as skilled body workers we’ve noticed that what a person eats has a much greater effect on their health than exercise or medications. I am not saying that exercise and meds are not important and should be forgotten, but for those who eat a Whole Food Plant-Based diet the big changes in their health happened when they changed they way they ate not the meds they take.

Here are the the conditions that improve or reverse with eating properly:

  1. Blood pressure issues
  2. Cholesterol
  3. Controlling/managing diabetes
  4. Heart health
  5. Weight and pain management 
  6. Other factors like improving sleep and allergies

The simple, but not necessarily easy, lasting change Dianne and I sought in our health came through food ( she lost 50 lbs and lowered her cholesterol).

It came down to a choice for us;

  1. Change nothing about what we ate
  2. Listen to conventional wisdom
  3. Stay sick and take medications for the rest of our lives

OR

Change what we ate and get healthy.

OK, I’ll get off my soapbox. If you have questions about how to make some simple changes in the way you eat to improve your health and feel better, please ask us or check out these links.

Forks over Knives

Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease

Dr John McDougal

 

Dianne and I are not selling anything but the idea that you can have great health by eating well.   

 

 

About

Richard Maas is a Licensed Massage Therapist and Certified Lymphatic Therapist, drummer, and gardener. He and his wife Dianne started practicing massage in 1990.

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