Because we live in a society that is convenience oriented, we find ourselves looking for quick fixes for just about everything. So here's a hypothetical for you.
If you started experiencing acid reflux, what would you do? Would you:
a. stop and reevaluate your current diet because that's the likely cause of your acid reflux.
b. make an appointment with your doctor so they can prescribe you the "purple pill" you've seen advertised on tv.
c. suck it up and not do nothing because acid reflux is just one of those things that goes along with the aging process.
If you answered b or c, then you would probably fall into the majority category. If you answered a, that would have been your wake up call. And that would have been the best thing that could have happened to you because your next wake up call might not be so pretty; perhaps a diagnosis of cancer? So the next time something is off in your body, don't let your first impulse be to run for the phone to call your doctor. Because that doctor's first impulse is going to be to medicate your symptoms, not to really get to the root of your problem. Trust me, I have been there.
Please don't just wait for something to malfunction in your body before beginning your journey. If you find that after eating breakfast you are hungry an hour later, this does not mean that you just have an incredibly fast metabolism or that you are a person who needs to eat every 2 hours. What this really means is that your body is starved for REAL food, not processed, chemical-laden animal products. Once you start feeding your body properly, you will be amazed at how little food you actually need to function at a high level.
"The best and most efficient pharmacy is within your own system."