When deciding to be healthier, at first it may seem like an added expense but think long-term success. Prevention is a lot cheaper than fixing a problem. Here are just a few suggestions on how to get started.

🍇Eating healthier such as eating organic non-processed foods vs. repackaged items appear to be more expensive but in reality, you get more bang for your buck. You are getting more fiber and nutrients which fill you up more than processed low nutrient, low fiber foods. Higher fiber foods keep you full for long periods of time and in turn you will eat less.

Learning ways to reduce your free radicals in your body which lowers oxidative stress is important for long-term health. Higher oxidative stress can cause added damage turning into a disease state down the line such as autoimmunity, heart issues and even cancer. 🧬

🏠 Clean up your environment, even in your own home. Using eco-friendly, non-toxic chemicals to clean the house will lower your overall toxic overload. You breath in the fumes, it gets into your skin and then makes its way into your cells 👎. Toxins in your home, water and ground have been linked to long term health issues.

By investing in your health think about all the money you will be saving on doctor visits 👩‍⚕️. If you would like some of my favorite products, I am happy to share!

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