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‘Healthy-Wealthy-Wise’ SHOW | May 21, 2019

The old saying goes . . .”Early to bed and early to rise, makes a you healthy, wealthy, and wise.” Well, let’s face it – in this day and age, it takes a little more that that!

On this regular show, you’ll hear hints & tips for maximising your own wellness and self-improvement journey!

If you’re looking for support and a guiding hand to help you achieve your health and lifestyle goals faster, then we can help . . . connect in regularly and let’s do it together.

This week on The ‘Healthy-Wealthy-Wise’ SHOW . . .

HEALTHY ~ 8 Warning Signs of an Unhealthy Gut
WEALTHY ~ 5 Steps to Success
WISE ~ Mindfulness – what is it? What can it do for you?

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No More Endometriosis, Period Pain & Now 17 Kg Lighter: How ‘Being Savvy’ Changed My Life!

Saturday Success Story: Angela shares the impact that ‘Being Savvy’ made in overcoming issues such as learning disabilities, immune dysfunction & IBS.

“Dealing with my own health problems and that of my daughters, I just thought I had to ‘suck it up’ and get on with life!

However overcoming major health problems really can be as easy as the ‘Savvy 1-2-3’. Stick with it and you’ll see the benefits!”

For Angela and her family, it was just the way ‘normal life’ was . . .

  • Painful Periods and Endometriosis ~ with drugs and a hysterectomy being the only suggestions offered!
  • Angela’s daughter with a learning disability ~ and not expected to be able to read or write!
  • Another daughter with an immune dysfunction so that she was constantly sick ~ and no treatment available apart from constant antibiotics!

 . . . and there was no improvement on the horizon.

Angela thought she just had to ‘suck it up, and get on with life’!

But that ALL CHANGED! Now the health of Angela and her family has been transformed.

Here’s a glimpse of Angela’s story . . .

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No More IBS, Insomnia, Heart Palpitations or Back Pain: How ‘Being Savvy’ Changed My Life!

Saturday Success Story: Gwen shares the impact that ‘Being Savvy’ made for her and her personal wellbeing!

“I am so grateful for the Savvy Team’s wellness programs, education and support! Honestly, I believe that looking at my health background  – I don’t think I would be alive today, if it was not for what I learned and support that was available and the recommendations offered through the Savvy Team.”

Looking back at the state of my health and wellbeing over the years, although I would have told you if you were speaking with me that “I’m healthy” . . .

But I had health problems begin to show up, even in my teenage years.

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Your ‘Microbiome’ and You!

“You could be sitting alone and still be completely outnumbered for your body is home to trillions upon trillions of tiny passengers – bacteria. Your body is made up of around ten trillion cells, but you harbour a hundred trillion bacteria.” says the Science Discover Magazine, in a fascinating article on the Microbiome: Your Body Houses 10x More Bacteria Than Cells.

Did you know that for every gene in your genome, there are 100 bacterial ones? The human microbiome is the population of more than 100 trillion microorganisms that live in our gut, mouth, skin and elsewhere in our bodies. The total number of genes associated with the human microbiome exceeds the total number of human genes by a factor of 100-to-one.

This is your ‘microbiome’ and it has a huge impact on your health, your ability to digest food and much, much more. We, in turn, affect them. Everything from the food we eat to the way we think, from the drugs we use to the way we’re born, influences the many species of bacteria that take up residence in our bodies over our lifetime.

Wikipedia lists the micro biome as: “the ecological community of commensal, symbiotic, and pathogenic microorganisms that literally share our body space.” These microbial communities have numerous beneficial functions relevant to supporting our life. Science has only now discovered that they are needed (in fact essential) for us to digest food, to prevent disease-causing bacteria from invading the body, and to synthesize essential nutrients and vitamins.  Read More