Your health is your wealth. Are you making a wise investment?

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It’s hard to believe that we’re already in May—where does the time go? As the year zooms rapidly to its halfway point I have a quick question for you:

What have you been investing this year?

An upgrade on your car? A downpayment on a summer holiday? A kitchen remodel?

We all have our priorities, but I’d like to challenge you to see your health and THE most important investment you can make.

“Your health is your wealth” as they say back home in Ireland.

Functional medicine as an investment in a future of well-being, vitality, and peace of mind.

Many people who come to work with me complain of fatigue. Not just the usual tiredness after a busy week, but the kind of fatigue that starts to interfere with their work, their social life and their quality of life.

Others who come to seek my advice are dealing with a persistent health issue. They’ve had a certain medical diagnosis, and they’re fed up with an ever-increasing dosage of medication without a related decrease in symptoms.

Others have a niggling fear about a their family’s history of chronic conditions – like heart disease, diabetes, inflammatory bowel disease and cancer. 

Sometimes I meet people who want to get “ahead of the curve”. These people want to proactively check their blood chemistry. They want to learn what changes need to be made to reduce the risk of some more serious issues arising. In this case it’s not just about finding out what’s wrong—it’s about discovering how to feel even better.

Investing in your health might not be as glamorous as a new car or a tropical getaway, but it could be the most rewarding investment you make this year. After all, what’s more important than feeling good and living a long, fulfilling life? A worthy investment if you ask me!

If you’re curious about how to get started on a journey to optimal health I’m here to help. Let’s talk about your health goals and how we can work together to make this year your healthiest yet: Book a quick call with me here.

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