Last time, we talked about the connection between work, health, relationships, marriage in particular, and issues of identity. And I promised to share an inexpensive, simple, powerful formula that is helping me improve my own health.
I am not a doctor, and make no substantial claims or guarantees about the results if you use this tonic. Please see a medical doctor before following any source about your health.
But I can tell you the recipe below is making my life better.
I’m simply sharing the reports of others, and my own experience. I can simply tell you this. Since taking the formula, my energy is up, my chronic sore throat has dissipated, my goiter has shrunk, and I even feel like I breathe easier. I take the following twice a day, once in the morning, and once in the evening.
My Daily Tonic for Good Health
2 Tbs Raw, Organic Apple Cider Vinegar
1 Tbs Raw, Organic Honey
4 oz. water
**As a bonus, I also take 1 Tbs of Organic, Virgin Coconut Oil daily.
I can’t say exactly what part of the equation is making the difference, or if it’s the unique combination of all of the above. All I know is my ability to work, maintain strong relationships, and work through issues of my identity come easier, because of a simple change to my diet. As long as there’s breath in my body, I plan to keep my eyes open for simple solutions and fresh starts like my new found healthy tonic.
What ways do you keep yourself strong?
Anita Agers-Brooks is a Business and Inspirational Coach, Certified Personality Trainer, Productivity Expert, Certified Training Facilitator, Communications Specialist, national speaker, and author of the soon-to-be released book, First Hired, Last Fired — How to Become Irreplaceable in Any Job Market.
She’s a partner in The Zenith Zone, a business coaching firm. Member of the Christian Writer’s Guild, client of WordServe Literary Group, graduate of CLASSeminars for Leaders, Speakers, and Authors, a co-founder of The StoryWriting Studio, and speaker on circuit for Stonecroft International Ministries.
Anita’s passionate about business with integrity, healthy relationships, and issues of identity. She travels the country teaching others from her personal experiences and research. She believes it’s never too late for a fresh start with fresh faith. Anita lives in Missouri with her husband Ricky.