I’m not kidding. Nor am I going to tell you that the answer used to be 42 or employ some other lame Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy joke. Not that specific lame joke, anyhow.
No. I am just writing because I had a problem, I searched for a solution for a long while, and finally hit upon one. Now, I want to share what happened, how much of a pain in the neck I am saving you from, and, of course, share the solution with you.
If you’re a hard-nosed cynic like me, read on.
My job and why I share
In my line of work, it’s easy to get into a taking mindset. Among professional organizations, sharing is held up as an ideal for employees and participants. We’re asked to always share our learning with others and “build capacity”. And, there is nothing wrong with that.
Personally, I have often benefited from that sort of work culture. If a colleague has a sick hack, and shares it with me, I now have a sick hack! Simple, right?
Well, the cycle that too often occurs, or at least looms over any organization, is that folks will start simply taking and never giving. Selfishness kills a culture of sharing.
I refuse to be selfish. I also refuse to be unhealthy! This is why I am writing today.
Health and wellness for the win
Over the last 5 years, I have become more and more conscious of how my lifestyle and environment impact on my health and wellness. Though late to the game, I dove right into plans to better my situation.
First, I got my diet in order. Sugar was killing me, so I got ketogenic, and now I eat only fat, protein, and good vegetables.
Second, I ate way too many chemicals, so I altered a lot of old habits. I started eating organic only (the best real organic is growing yourself. Why do you need grass anyway?)
Third was a real pickle! My environment. How could I mediate the toxins I took in daily just by virtue of my urban environment? Our air and water in the city is full of heavy metals and other toxins that build up in all of our bodies. Even if you live out in the country, apparently, you can’t escape this!
I couldn’t move, or, at least, it would have been near impossible. But, I also did not want to simply accept that I had to live with all this toxic mess ruining my future health. This is when I started looking into detox.
Detoxifying your body
Long story short, I learn best by making mistakes.
I looked into and tried many different detox diets and supplements, and many were a waste of time.
The body detoxes itself, and when you’re looking for something to take, choose any food or supplements that help along your body’s natural detox process. Any product that is good for your liver, colon or kidneys is going to be the most effective detoxification agent you can try.
The one seemingly gimmicky and artificial thing I tried that actually worked was detox foot patches.
They are made in Japan and sold at the BodyPure website. I know they work because every day, I peel them off my feet and find all of the gunk that was in my body! It’s gross, but if you analyze that toxic goop, it’s real, actual toxic refuse sucked out of the body by your new best friend, the Japanese foot patch.
My long game is to change the way business and industry pump crap into our air and water, and promote solutions to the big environmental challenges of the 21st century. Until then, I am sticking foot patches on my feet and adding years to my lifespan.
Thanks for reading.
Reference : https://www.bodypure.us/