Do you get upset a the changes in your body?

United States
June 21, 2007 11:12am CST
Until recently I hadn't let the changes in body bother me but I seem to be getting alot more achy.I try to keep in mind that it happens to everybody but it doesn't help.
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• United States
21 Jun 07
There are people of other countries, Hunzas, for example, that can climb mountains at the age of 100, AND they have all their own teeth. But if you are going to do this, you have to take a serious look at what is food and what is not food, and throw the Standard American Diet into the lake! It causes many mineral deficiencies and illnesses. For example: Macaroni and Cheese IS NOT FOOD. It is refined pasta elbows with little nutrition, in some artificially colored only halfway-cheese sauce. But, a watermelon is food.... food is something that came from the earth and is here in its totality to nourish us. Aging is NOT inevitable or mandatory, although most people think it is. It has to do with the level of minerals in the body AND the health of the endocrine system in companionship with energy centers called chakras. Boost these and you can become a whole, new, younger person. I am younger at 31 than I was at 22. At 22, I was very achy, and felt like I was 90, fatigued, and had a hard time getting up the stairs. These issues have been solved by giving my body the minerals it needed by doing whole, natural foods. Being achy COULD be a sign of adrenal gland exhaustion, anemia, or other things. It would be good to to chock up not feeling well to being old, because that is not why. Two things that have really been helpful for me in regards to my complete collapse of health in my 20's are Dr. Richard Schulze Superfoods (best price on ebay), and BarleyLife. Unfortunately now that they have changed Barleygreen to the new version BarleyLife it doesn't taste as good (not as much maltodextrin in it). But I am the kind of person that will do what makes me feel good even if it tastes like train tickets, so it does not matter as much for me as for others. But other than products, if you kick the processed, packaged food to Timbuktu, and eat only whole food: whole grains, brown rice, fresh fruits and vegetables, actual salt not refined salt (Real Salt is a good brand), lots of greens, seafood, seaweed (like Kombu, Wakame, etc.), white meats, sprouts, fish, Olive Oil or Flax Oil (but still, preferring to eat the whole foods flax and olives, when possible), and avoid chemicalized, colored, microwaved, artificialized, canned, packaged, frozen, old, preserved foods, then you will have a good start to fixing the process of entropy going on and can make yourself YOUNGER. Disclaimer: the FDA wouldn't want this to be health advice, so it isn't. It is only for educational information. If you decide to eat healthier, that is at your own risk, just so someone doesn't eventually get mad at me for being an activist :-). Of course, they legalize many things that are dangerous to us, but that's another story.
@nicolec (2673)
• United States
21 Jun 07
Recently I've been very bothered by the chances in my face. When I look at it I realize that I don't really have that youthful appearance anymore. I don't know what it is. A few more wrinkles or what. But I notice a big difference there. And I'm only 31! I think that's what bothers me the most.