Sick and tired of feeling sick and tired?

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Are you sick and tired of feeling sick and tired?

Did you know that what you feed your body plays a tremendously huge role in how you feel? You know how a car engine spits and sputters when there is water in the fuel? It is similar to how your body operates when you feed it foreign substances — also known as chemicals.

In the food industry it is referred to as GMO, artificial flavorings, artificial colorings and words in an ingredient list that neither your, nor I can even pronounce. It never fails to surprise me that while most individuals are exhausted and moving through their days like a zombie, they are not willing to change their eating habits.

Although science never lies, they still refuse to give up their favorite foods — even though those foods may be slowly killing them. Hmmmmm … strange.

Find comfort in knowing that habits can be broken and toxic cells in your body can be changed, thus allowing you to feel and see amazing positive results.

Doesn’t everyone deserve to feel great, maintain a level of high energy, reach their goal weight and decrease their aches and pains? I think so!

Even better, wouldn’t it be great if all the above could be accomplished without spending any additional money? I think so, too — and I could prove it to you! It is time for your health transformation. Take the steps necessary to reach your own personal health goals. Enjoy your life!

Natalie Dreger is a certified fitness trainer and nutritional consultant. She can be reached at nataliedreger1@gmail. com.

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