Personalized Health Advice
Today, I'm going to be talking about Dr. Oz, and more specifically, how Dr. Oz is really changing the landscape in terms of people looking at the nutritional supplements they're taking. However, I'd like to take one step back and say this. I think Dr. Oz is really very knowledgeable. I like his show, I've seen it a couple of times. He makes a zillion times more money than I do, and he has no effect on my business, so I don't have any issues with Dr. Oz.
The thing that I have is that I have discussed with probably 10, 20 or so people about how they saw something on Dr. Oz or another show, and that there is this product that... (fill-in-the-blank)...increases metabolism, helps you lose weight, or can help you get more energy. This happens in a majority of instances. When I hear it, I'd like to take a step back and say, "Ok, well, what do you know about it?"
If you want to be at your healthiest, your nutrition will fail if you don't do this. In fact, most health professionals have it all wrong when telling you what you should and shouldn't do to be healthy.
In this video blog episode, I address what I think to be the most misunderstood part of health. Being healthy is overrated because it should be completely natural in what we have to do to reach our health goals.
Note: Thanks for watching this episode. I hope you learned a bit on why I believe you can succeed at being healthy simply by adding things to your health plan as opposed to eliminating things your trainer says to eliminate. If you enjoyed it, click the like button below, or better yet, subscribe to my YouTube channel so you can be updated on when I upload my videos.
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