It’s never too late at any age to clean and heal the body. It doesn’t matter if you’re 47 or 97, you can always work at improving your health regardless of your financial position, where you live, and what you do.
I’ve seen many people live in third world countries that have outstanding health. I’ve also seen people living in opulence and wealth in the Western world who are sick and toxic. Money doesn’t always have to equate with good health. There are steps you can take to improve your health even if your income is low.
I often recommend tests, such as stool testing, but this can be expensive. A regular hospital isn’t going to offer those kinds of tests but instead will focus on investigations to prepare you for surgery or to take medication. If that’s not what you’re looking for, it’s probably better to work on your health in a different way.
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For example, if fibroids are one of the problems you are dealing with, seeing a herbalist or a naturopath can be helpful. Fibroids are usually a result of estrogen excess and can be treated without surgery if they are small enough. In the case of estrogen excess, I recommend addressing your liver function. You can improve the working of your liver by eating bitter foods such as Swedish Bitters.
If anemia is an issue for you, eating red meat once or twice a week is fine. I usually recommend eating red meat only once a week. However, you might be someone who needs to eat red meat twice a week to feel good. If you notice any side effects such as pain from eating red meat, you can remove it from your diet for a few weeks and see if it makes any difference. You can also replace the red meat in your diet with chicken. If you’re eating chicken as a source of iron, make sure to choose the dark meat that is close to the bone as it has the highest level of iron. If you are anemic, have your blood tested for iron, ferritin (iron stores), B12, and folic acid. A deficiency of any of those nutrients can cause anemia.
Getting a copy of my Candida Crusher book will also help you take charge of your health.