Tuesday Tip: Is Your Well-Being Reality or Fantasy?

For an introduction to my “Tuesday Tips and Thursday Thoughts” series please see the article “An Invitation to Embrace Your Journey and Follow Mine.”

These short thoughts/tips are meant to be a brief and efficient way to offer a quick touch of inspiration for the day.

Is Your Well-Being Reality or Fantasy?

Look outside of your “reality” for solutions.

My entire life I was told I was “only allergic to dust, cats, ragweed, molds, and a few other things”. I was also told I “must have hypoglycemia” even though a test never came back positive for it because I was constantly feeling low energy or faint after or in-between eating. My constant mood swings associated with food were also factored into that diagnosis.

30 years later it turns out everyone was wrong. I had been leading my life for years with those diagnoses as “reality” and putting up with the mild to severe symptoms I experienced on a daily or weekly basis as “managing”.

For the most part eating whole foods and taking some herbal teas and natural remedies helped manage those symptoms and I was happier and healthier. But then, two years ago, I became extremely ill and had to start this new journey. And now, after more than a year of research, reality has changed.

All those years it turns out I have simply had severe intolerances for dairy, gluten and nightshade vegetables (potatoes and tomatoes). Memories came flooding back within this new reality and I almost cried.

Once those were eliminated I was suddenly “cured” of all ills. I’m no longer managing them with natural remedies and feeling simply “good” – I’m actually COMPLETELY free of symptoms for the first time since I was a child and feeling simply “amazing and wonderful” without any remedies at all.

So don’t feel intimated or feel like it would be useless to get a 2nd and 3rd opinion on anything you are diagnosed with. Your “reality” may be a fantasy instead.

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