Don’t be foolish. Do healthy things during your vacation.

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Don’t be foolish. Do healthy things during your vacation.

I had a patient yesterday in the clinic who needs to lose a good 30 pounds.

We discussed the protocol I put together for him to reach his health goals – not only weight loss but to create an anti-cancer micro-enviornment in his body.

He candidly said to me he would start when he gets back from vacation in two weeks. I cringed. To give him time to think of what he said, I silently paused for about 5 seconds –  he then smirked knowing that what he said was pretty ridiculous.

That type of mentality is a recipe for failure – right off the back.

The “I’ll start on Monday approach” or even better, the ” I’ll start on January 1st” approach is the quickest way for you to tell yourself that you are not sticking to something.

That’s why I don’t promote “diets” or any type of unsustainable “health” program.

Fitness and health is a state-of mind first. You are not there mentally –  you’ll not be there physically.

For many people around the world, the last two weeks and the upcoming 4 weeks is a big family vacation time. Don’t blow it.

It’s easier to stay on a health program when you are on vacation then when you are on your daily grind.

Eat well, exercise everyday (doesn’t have to me more than 30 minutes a day), take your supplements and…. yes…. have a couple of drinks.

Wellness, fitness, optimal health is a habit. It’s never too late or too early to start a healthy habit. The more you do it, the more it becomes a way of life for you – and that’s what it’s all about.

Enjoy the rest of the summer!

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by Dr. Geo

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  • ken micallef ,

    Dr Geo,

    What are the keys to creating an “anti cancer micro environment” in one’s body?

    Thanks

    Ken

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    • This can be a lengthy response Ken as I am writing a whole book on the topic, but in a wal-nut shell (pun intended): low simple, refined carbohydrates, lots of plants and fruits, low to no fruit juice (pomegranante is ok), fish and lean meats cooked in low temperature, raw nuts and seed, exercise and key nutritional supplements similar to those at http://www.xywellness.com.

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