dr. clearie

by Dr. Glenn Clearie DC

Taking care of our bodies is one of the most important things someone can endeavor to do. With that being said, why don’t we? Do we truly believe that we can treat our mind and body horribly day after day, month after month, year after year, and get away without having some sort of emotional imbalance, physical breakdown, or disease manifestation? I think you already know the answer. At some point sickness will set in and we will have great despair and regret.

I was listening recently to the evangelist, Joyce Meyer. Mrs. Meyer is in her early 70s and has a grueling travel and work schedule. She was discussing that the health of our bodies is extremely important and that health affects every other area of our lives. She is right. When we are tired, worn out and beyond stressed do we really want to serve God and others? Do we really want to or have the energy to be a blessing to others when we feel absolutely lousy altogether? No, we do not.

If you are living a completely stressed out life with little sleep and a horrible diet, you will get sick at some point. Period. I went through an extended period of imbalances on many levels and had a health crisis of my own doing. Can you imagine that? The natural health doctor having a personal health crisis. It was the best thing that ever happened to me. That was almost twenty years ago and I learned from it and I am determined never to go back. It has helped shape me into the person and doctor I am today.

Now what are you going to do about it? It is decision time here, folks. Are you going to continue to keep doing what you’re doing and living the way you’re living which will almost always lead to that which you do not want or are you going to make the decision to adapt a new lifestyle and live an awesome life? I say we go for the awesome life…

I not only speak from the position of a natural health doctor but also from the natural perspective of a husband, father, friend and human being. I desire good health for myself and everyone I know. Hearing about others who are sick breaks our hearts. It doesn’t need to be this way.

Can you change your lifestyle? Is it too hard? Will it actually make a difference? Maybe you are reading this and you are in your late 60s or 70s and have diabetes, early dementia, poor eyesight, crying all the time, depressed, stomach pain, or other problems that you have had for years. It doesn’t matter. Change your lifestyle and your life will change!

The moment you begin to change your lifestyle your health will improve. At first the starving glands, organs, and tissue will begin hungrily sucking up the nutrients that they need and then and only then, will your body, mind, and spirit begin the innate transformation that we all so desire. I am not kidding. When you start putting broccoli in your mouth, removing all alcohol, get rid of the endless sugar, sleep eight hours, fix broken relationships and go for walks daily, you will see positive change. I am not wrong. I dare you to change your lifestyle and watch how your minute-to-minute existence will be filled with smiles, happiness, calmness and love. Start now. Send me an anonymous letter telling me how you are going to change. Make the commitment. Do it. You are so loved and it’s so worth it. My best to you.

“Natural Perspectives” is a health commentary only and does not claim to diagnose and/or make treatment recommendations. Always seek the advice of your health care professional.


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