The vast majority of people do not go to the doctor until they have pain or a health concern. With this in mind, typical medical treatment reduces symptoms, not causes. While focusing and treating the symptoms may give a temporary false sense of security or improvement, the long-term result often leads to a progression, or worsening of the disease. This includes current and future health issues, including weight gain, pain and arthritis, headaches, low energy, diabetes, heart disease, cancer, low energy, autoimmune issues and more.
The big idea: Inflammation.
The sooner you understand this one idea for pursuing and maintaining health, the sooner you will increase your chances of a long fulfilling and quality life including:
- Increased Energy
- Improved Mental Clarity
- Enhanced Muscle Tone
- Weight Loss (or maintaining proper weight
- Normal Digestion & Bowel Function
- Reduction or Avoidance of Acute & Chronic Pain
- Faster Recovery From Travel/Workouts/Injury
- Abdominal Pain & G.E.R.D (Acid Reflux) Resolution.
- Reversal of O.S.A.S (Sleep Apnea & Snoring)
- Reduction of Chronic Disease: Heart, Cancer, Diabetes, Stroke, Arthritis, I.B.S., Fibromyalgia, Back Pain, RA/Lupus, Headaches, Acne, etc
With low inflammation, people will typically experience a high quality of life with little to no medication reliance. As we make lifestyle choices that move us closer to high inflammation we notice a substantial reduction in quality of life, increased medication reliance and a corresponding risk of medication side effects.
How do you reduce inflammation?
- Eating anti-inflammatory foods
- Reducing Stress
- Adequate sleep
- Plenty of water
Make the rest the best.
Dr. Thad Gala