For some people, the decision to begin the healing process and take control of their health occurs after a life-changing event, whether it is being diagnosed with a disease or watching a loved one struggle with health issues. For me, it was a cancer diagnosis and the chemotherapy following it that made me decide to try detoxing and making changes to my diet.
I wish I knew years ago what I understand now about how food impacts your body. It’s all about being proactive and taking control of your health as early as possible to avoid serious health issues. After my cancer treatment, I began using the NutriBullet to help me flush out the toxins in my body and consume foods with more nutritional value.
Some of the results were immediate. Within a day of drinking my first NutriBlast smoothie, I felt an increase of energy and I was no longer in my usual exhausted state. My family and friends began noticing my amazing transformation so they wanted to try the NutriBullet and go through the process of healing themselves. Soon, we all were sharing recipes and success stories with one another!
One of my relatives suffered from fibromyalgia, which caused him a lot of pain. He did his own research on how diet and lifestyle changes can help control the symptoms of fibromyalgia and used the NutriBullet to help make those changes. Three years later, he is almost symptom-free.
My friends who struggled with weight loss, high blood pressure, and diabetes also benefitted from making changes in their diets with some help from the NutriBullet, which made it easy to extract all the nutrients foods have to offer.
If you plan on changing your eating habits and healing yourself, find out what resources out there can best help you achieve your goals. My family and friends chose to make better food choices and use food as medicine to help with their healing processes, just as I did. The NutriBullet has contributed to all of our healing processes, so much so that it became a staple in our households to help us continue on our journey to a healthier lifestyle!
Results may vary. Talk to your doctor before making any changes to your diet, especially if undergoing regular treatment.