Lunch with the Doc #7 - The Stand
As time passes we grow, we learn and we mature.
We begin to abandon old, unhealthy habits that leave
us worn-out and full of stress.
Pinpointing and identifying these unhealthy habits is the vital first step.
Creating and sustaining new ones takes thought, work and focus.
We have to figure out what works for us.
Finding the routines and patterns that allow us to be effective and efficient
while simultaneously filled of joy and purpose can be hard to do.
But without this work we are a slave to our ingrained patterns of living
that can leave us unfulfilled and wanting.
We all have great potential regardless of life-status or age. We can all get better.
However, it is our choice to do the necessary things to reach that potential.
One of these key habits that can make or break us is our eating.
Many of you have heard the adage ‘you are what you eat’.
We are a byproduct of the food we consume.
Certain foods do certain things to our bodies and make us feel certain ways.
Ann Wigmore once said that “The food you eat can be either the safest and most powerful form of medicine or the slowest form of poison.”
In this past episode of Lunch with the Doc, Dr. Gary discusses nutrition and your gut health. He touches on how the food we are eating affects our day to day life.