My Heart Health Secret!
This is what I call my ‘never get sick again bundle’. Of course I can get under the weather, but it only last hours now and not days and certainly never weeks. These are the supplements I take everyday! My Secret to Beating Heart Disease is…True OMEGA-3! EpiCor! Vitamin D3!
Big surprise? But there is a little more to it on the front end and on the back end. The secret to any success is a superior strategy or mindset. My dad taught me how to tie my shoes and my mom taught me how to brush my teeth. Now, I know how to brush my teeth and tie my shoes. What is the secret to my success in these areas? I do the same thing over and over again. I am consistent in these areas. I have conformed my mind to a successful habit. Now, I don’t even have to think about it.
So I can tell you that you should take Omega-3s and that’s a great bit of advice. It’s only if and when you become consistent in an action that it starts to take effect.
Now you know my story. It only took 90 days to convince me, myself and I, and my doctors that Omega-3s are essential and that they work. I am happy to report to you that am a fifteen year veteran of taking Omega-3s for my heart health. I take EpiCor for Immune Support. I also take a multivitamin for my heart and overall health.
If you go for a walk once a week, eh, probably not much benefit in that. However, if you start with three 30 minute walks a week and work up to a daily habit do you think the 200 – 300 calories you burn per session will have a compound effect? How about toned muscles, expanded lung capacity, more efficient cardio function? It just takes a little bit of consistent action over a period of time.
It’s one of those weird laws of nature, you have to prove to yourself and your metabolism that you mean business.
So think about it: It’s
1. becoming aware of a need.
2. taking initial action
3. making the action consistent
4. reaping the results.
Ask me for a free consultation to make sure you are on the right regimen. Just call 877-572-3444 to make a free 20 minute appointment.
Remember take action and make it consistent.