I Don’t Want to Change, So Fix Me

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By Lisa Duranza

I think it’s safe to say that all of us reading this article are of the human species, which means we like the easy way, the easy solution to things. There’s absolutely nothing wrong with that. In fact, I love the idea of the “path of least resistance.” I mean, why struggle for things that we can attain easily? BUT often, when it comes to making changes or giving up our habits, we don’t want to put forth the effort that it takes, sometimes in spite of the fact that our lives are depending on it. Work is uncomfortable and so is change… I couldn’t agree more. There ain’t nothin’ nice about it, folks.

Then there are those who have watched the infomercials or listened to a sales pitch and they say, “But I heard that ‘Powder X’ or berry juice from the ‘Ramalamadingdong’ tree, in the mountains of Houston, Texas is supposed to cure everything from herpes to cancer while I lose weight… in my sleep. What about super foods and…”

Ok, people, if this were true, EVERYONE would be in the state where everything is bigger, worshiping the “Ramalamadingdong” tree. Let’s get this straight from the get-go. There is NOT a magic pill, powder, food, or enema that will reverse disease.

Regenerating the damaged tissues and cells of your body requires two things:

  1. Stop ingesting the materials that are creating problems.
  2. Replace those with the sustenance our bodies really need and were born to ingest.

Now, the key is having the desire to do so and THAT isn’t something that comes in a bottle.

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