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Back 2 the Garden: The metaphorical state of "where all is well"

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If you think Back 2 the Garden, what do you envision? Whatever you envision, whatever you feel, that is the goal of "Your journey Back 2 the Garden”.

Is the journey easy? Probably not.

It's not complicated, but will take some focus, and relearning more than anything. Is it worth it? Absolutely!!

Health is the bottom line to fulfilling all of your goals. Without your health there isn't much else.

The first step to any Sustainable Healthy Lifestyle is: Increased nutrients, and decreasing stress and toxins.

At the risk of oversimplifying our complex synergistic systems, I do believe we can regain much of what has been lost. Start with nutrition, specifically from a plant source, as they have all the nutrients in perfect proportions. Eliminate possible hidden allergies for things like Gluten... this one isn't easy to eliminate, but it can be done, and the benefits are worth your while.

By increasing nutrients you are decreasing stress internally... your cells are given what they need to keep those energy making factories working seamlessly. They also mop up any free radicals the energy making factories create.

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The less processed food you eat the better you will feel! Your body has to work too hard just to process junk food. Each cell has to sort through the garbage, looking for nutrients, thus creating more free radicals, and not enough nutrients to keep the factories running.

While we all need nutrients to function optimally, some of us may need more of one thing than another.

We have 30,000 genes, with over 30 trillion variances, which make up all of our individual differences. That is why disease shows up differently in different people. The bottom line to disease is the same. A breakdown in the energy making factories, due to lack of nutrients, exercise, and too much stress which again are all interrelated.

How do I find out what my specific needs are? Listen to your body. Pay attention. Symptoms are begging to be heard. Do more of what works and less of what doesn't!

Best Wishes on creating your own Sustainable Healthy Lifestyle! No one can do it but you! You are the author of your own wellness story!

Write a good one!