[00:00:00] Sydney: This is Nikki and Sydney, and this is episode 76. You know enough, this is fearless wellness, a podcast that has made for women who are experiencing hormone issues and who are feeling overwhelmed.
[00:00:13] Nikki: Here we will give you bite-sized tips to help you balance your hormones and nourish your body. So you can have more energy, and happiness. we’re your hosts, Nikki Walton.
[00:00:23] Sydney: And Sydney.
[00:00:24] Nikki: We want to be your health coaches. Ready? Let’s go.
[00:00:28] Sydney: I have this weakness, this, this obsession even where I love, I love learning and I always want to know more and more and more. I love reading. I love, I love taking courses. I love doing continuing education units. I love listening to podcasts.
[00:00:46] I love discussing things with people. I love learning more, but where this becomes a problem is if it keeps me from action. Fortunately, I’m also addicted to action, so like it hasn’t been a big problem for me, but occasionally it’ll keep me from it because I’m like, Mm, I’m not sure I know enough about that yet, but I know enough, and that’s what I want you to know is that you know enough.
[00:01:12] To start taking action. So here’s a, We wanted to talk today a little bit about the things that we know. So we’re gonna talk about things that your body doesn’t need. We’re gonna talk about things that your body does need, and we’re gonna talk about how important it is for you to pay attention to your bioindividuality.
[00:01:31] So let’s start with things that your body does not need.
[00:01:34] Nikki: I love this. Cindy. I love that we’re talking about this because there are so many people out there that are like I. Don’t know everything, and I just, This is us telling you guys that’s a great place to be because it keeps you humble, and it also keeps you searching. And those are great places.
[00:01:55] But our intent today is to help you take comfort in knowing that you do know enough. And so we’re gonna go over the basics like Sydney said. Things that we like for reals? For reals? No . And that we’re pretty sure are not gonna change in the foreseeable future. Or like ever like we’re gonna give you some north stars, like our north stars, you know, like polar, Like we know these things for sure, and they’re not gonna change.
[00:02:26] The first thing is of, of the list of the things that our body does not need. Refined foods. Sorry guys. You just don’t need ’em. You don’t need ’em. If you need, if you need education on why or on how, or what the effects of it are in the most beautiful, picturesque and clear way, read the book. Nutrition and physical degeneration by Western Price.
[00:02:57] I had, I, I’ve never even finished the book. I think I’ve only read about half of it, but it was life changing, The difference between. A person eating their traditional diet, which is so varied all across the world, and a person beginning to eat a process, refined foods diet, within a year of eating it.
[00:03:18] These people had pristine health generation after generation, after generation, and then at the advent of processed. Within a year, they were starting to see disease come into their, come into their lives. Crime rates went up, birth rates went down. It’s just an amazing stark contrast. So if you need motivation or if you need a really clear depiction, he has got pictures.
[00:03:46] It was the advent of the camera. He and his wife traveled all around the world to these different groups of people and was trying to get to the bottom of. Health and trying to get to the bottom of what was it that began this downward spiral of health with people who, for generations, I need to reiterate, for generations, were passing down nutrient dense.
[00:04:12] Um, nutrient dense cells, nutrient dense bodies from baby to baby to baby and infertility was not even like nobody. I was not. It was a non-issue. Allergies, heart failure, all of these things didn’t even exist. And then, and then they started to become a part of these societies and why, So read that book, Nutrition and Physical Degeneration.
[00:04:32] So we. That your body does not need and thrives without refined and processed foods. Second one is artificial chemicals, , and it’s so funny, it’s like, it’s like we say these things, but it it’s like you, you’re listening. You’re probably listening. You’re like, I know, I know it doesn’t need it, but. But then when you’re by yourself or when you’re in a stressful situation, or when you’re like, when you’re being stretched too thin as a young mother, or you’re going back to school or you’re getting a new job, or you’re, you’re planning a wedding or something and your life gets super stressful, or you’re visiting family and their, their life is chaotic and you feel trapped.
[00:05:16] You go to these artificial chemicals for comfort and for escape and for relief. You’ve told yourself, I need this. I need this in order to quote Thrive in this stressful situation. And so we’re just here to tell you that’s false . You actually don’t need it. And in fact, would do a lot better without artificial chemicals to be a specific.
[00:05:42] Aspert, Tame, Sulo, dextrose, all of these different names of chemicals that are, that are replacements for sugar or that are replacements for nutrients. You just, you just don’t need them. You just don’t. So just a, a reminder for those of you that already know, or an introduction to the fact that you don’t need artificial chemicals.
[00:06:05] Red 40. Nope. Don’t need it. yellow five. What? What’s blues color? Blue. 10 Benzo acid . You, You just don’t need the, Like, the list is, The list is going to continue to grow because it’s because it’s the cheap way to sell food to people because it doesn’t ever go bad. Think of a twin. These, the, the food that doesn’t go bad are the foods that have the artificial chemicals in them because it’s super cheap to keep them on the shelf and sell them to you, but you really don’t need them.
[00:06:42] Toxins, we know that you don’t need toxins. and toxins are everywhere, and we know that we don’t need them. We know that we don’t thrive on them. And toxins are physical, emotional. Electrical, the emotional toxins, you don’t need to be in any type of abusive relationship. You don’t even need to be in a relationship with somebody that doesn’t help, help you feel like a good person,
[00:07:09] You don’t need that toxicity. You don’t need to put yourself in a situation where, where you. Throwing yourself under the bus to be liked by a group of people or to be liked by someone where you sacrifice your needs in an unhealthy or imbalanced way for the sake of being liked. You don’t need to be constantly being exposed to glyphosate.
[00:07:38] Glyphosate is a toxin that nobody needs , and that really reeks havoc on your body. So that’s just a short list of things that we know, Sydney and I know together. We are united and we know these things And you’re gonna find out as we go on like.
[00:07:59] Sydney knows things that I’m like, Oh, . And I’m like, This is a definite. And she’s like, Well, I don’t know. And so that’s why we wanna talk about this today because, Because like we said, it’s good to be in a place where you recognize that you don’t know everything. And it can be fun as long as you focus on things that you do know.
[00:08:18] Sydney: Absolutely. And then you just take action. You just move forward with the things you know. I love it. And these are the things we want you to move forward with. These are things that we know that you know you need and that you don’t need. So maybe as just when I was, when NICU was talking about toxic relationships, I just had to comment one more thing is that that includes having a toxic relationship with yourself that you do not need to be in a toxic relationship with yourself.
[00:08:50] You can be like all done telling myself that. That you can love yourself. You can accept yourself. You can. You can have this wonderful, beautiful, non-toxic relationship with yourself. Probably the most important person to have the non-toxic relationship with. So here are some things that your body needs that we know, these things, we know that your body needs.
[00:09:11] Nutrient dense foods and nutrient dense foods come in many varieties. They come in plant-based foods and animal-based foods, they come in all varieties and different people need different ones. And we want you to practice experimenting with eating nutrient dense foods, and we do highly encourage you to consider having animal-based foods.
[00:09:36] As a a, uh, playing a major role in your diet because they’re so much easier to absorb, so much easier to assimilate, so much easier to nourish your body with those, especially when it comes from an animal that was given all the things that they needed. So nutrient dense foods you need, that means that they just come from real sources.
[00:09:58] That doesn’t mean you biohack. And we’re like, Okay, we’re gonna have this powder and this powder and this powder. It’s like, let’s just eat foods. In the way that nature. Created them and properly prepare them and enjoy nutrient dense foods. We know that, that you need nutrient dense foods. You don’t need refined foods.
[00:10:18] You need new foods that are nutrient dense. You also need hydration. Our body is more than half water and you need to maintain. Hydrated cells hydrated, blood flow, hydrated joints. You need to maintain hydration, and a big part of that is drinking water and making sure you have enough minerals and salts in your diet.
[00:10:41] That is your individual need. Really, really important. Here’s what else we know. You have to have good digestion to be. You can eat all those nutrient dense foods, you can properly hydrate. If you do not break down your foods, you’re just not going to be healthy because you won’t get access to the nutrients.
[00:11:02] Everybody’s not black and white like this. That’s another thing. We know all of us are somewhere in this in between.
[00:11:08] Our digestion is not a hundred percent. It’s not 0%. We need to be trending upwards in optimizing our digestion. One of the best ways to do that is by just slowing down and enjoying chewing your food thoroughly, enjoying the present experience with your food. We all need good digestion. In order to be, Well, here’s another one that we feel like this is kind of, you know, the opposite of what we talked about, just barely about the things we don’t need, but the things we do need.
[00:11:39] We really need love, We really need connection that these things are really important. We need to be connected. Let’s just start with like the, the people that we can control, which is us. We need to love ourselves and we need to be connected to ourselves. I wonder how many people. Are spending their whole day trying to be distracted from their body, to not be paying attention to what’s going on with their body, how they’re feeling in their feelings, how they’re feeling in their digestion, how their skin feels, how their, how their digestion feels, how their, how their heart feels, how their body feels, how their breath feels.
[00:12:14] We spend a lot of time disconnecting from ourselves and distracting ourselves because we don’t wanna feel the pain, we don’t wanna deal with, uh, knowing things and, and worrying about things. And, and it is, it is damaging to be disconnected from ourselves. We need to be connected to ourselves and we need to be loving ourselves, and we need to be connected to other people.
[00:12:35] And we need to love other people. And that’s great news because that is a hundred percent in your control that you can feel like you can love people, you can love yourself, you can be connected to yourself, and you can connect yourself with other people. And those are all very important to health and wellness, and a hundred percent in your control.
[00:12:52] The other thing we need is metabolic stability, and this is a big deal. A lot of people are insulin resistant and a lot of people are having struggle with energy and sleeping and, uh, ha being overweight or underweight or whatever. We’re all having, there’s, there’s a lot of us. In our world right now having metabolic issues and we need metabolic stability and we, the, the way that we help coach clients is our favorite way.
[00:13:20] And sign up for a consult if you feel like you’re struggling with your metabolic stability, because we love the way that we coach people on doing it, and we want to coach you. If you feel like this, this is something that you’re trying to navigate. Everybody needs minerals. Everybody needs minerals.
[00:13:38] Everybody is, uh, started their life with minerals and everybody will end their life with minerals. And in order to optimize life, you need really good minerals. You need to consume them. You need to digest them and assimilate them. You need to have them in balance. And the way you do that is with real foods.
[00:13:55] You do it with salt, you do it with. Optimizing digestion. You do it with all these good things that we’ve talked about. Here’s another one that we really like that we don’t, I don’t always, I don’t always feel like we talk about this in here, but we have before that we need light. That we need to have light in our.
[00:14:14] Health and wellness experience, we need less blue light from screens and we need more sunlight. We need more of the light that we are meant to see. We need more of. Sunrises. We need more sunsets. We need more midday sun exposure. We need all of that beautiful light to come into our eyes and onto our skin, and we need to have all of the nutrients to support ourselves in going into that experience.
[00:14:44] So the, the sunshine is hugely beneficial and not burning us. Go listen to one of our other podcasts about how much we love the. Another one that we need is motion. Our bodies are meant to move, and it’s not just like a function of helping us get the things that we need, like going to get that nutrient dense food going to get that connection.
[00:15:08] Um, it’s also, uh, a therapy. So motion. It’s not just for our benefit. Are to get the things that we need. Motion is also beneficial just by itself. It’s so beneficial to move and, and that the more we are connected to our bodies, the more we can realize how much our body is craving motion, and to get outside of this box, this square box that’s right in front of us, that we need motion that that gets us everywhere.
[00:15:34] Up and down and upside down, and all of the, all of the places that our body loves and craves motion and is so nourishing. So even though we know these things and we love taking action on these things, we know that everybody is an individual and Nikki’s gonna talk to us about that.
[00:15:53] Nikki: Yes, we are individuals and that’s what makes the world go round. Sorry to sound so cliche, but like , I love, I was talking to my kids about this the other day and just highlighting the individualities of each of the kids and what they bring to the family to make our family such a colorful, dynamic, fun place to be.
[00:16:14] and I have, I have, one of my sons really struggles with being Right. and, and I, you know, I’m not gonna say where he gets that from. It’s okay. He definitely gets it from me. I thrive and love to be Right , because it feels good to be Right. Right. And so I think. Right, And so I think it’s the most important thing to be right, but I’ve learned as I have gotten older that it actually isn’t the most important thing.
[00:16:45] It’s not, and it is so hard for me to daily recognize that that being right is literally not the most important thing. Loving and being kind is the most important thing. , even if you’re wrong, and that is so hard to wrap your head around . But Sydney, and I want you guys to know this is a truth. This is an eternal truth.
[00:17:10] That loving and being kind is the most important thing. Being right is not take comfort in that you know enough to love and you know enough to be kind, and that’s all you need to know. Everything else is detail. And, and everybody is individual, so as long as you’re loving them and loving yourself, then you really can’t go wrong.
[00:17:32] You don’t have to worry about it. Focus on what you know and focus on the fact that you are doing it with love and kindness and then you are doing it right and tweaking as you go along will help 10 x your life. And that’s super fun. But just know. We want you to get started. We want you to get started with something you know enough to get started because you know how to.
[00:17:57] You know how to be kind and you know that being right is not the most important thing. So start, start, start working on the foundation. Start hydrating, start digesting . Go out in the sun. That list Sydney was so good, like taking us through all of those foundations. Those are, those are foundations for people no matter where you live, no matter how old you are, no matter where you’re at in your journey. Those are foundations. All right, So I just wanna share a couple of, um, of. Individual needs and illustrate that they’re, that people are just like so different.
[00:18:32] Um, in Sally Fall’s book, Nourishing Diets, she, she teaches how different groups of people, um, celebrate different seasons of life. And I’ll tie this back into, um, seasons of life and time of year eating and things like that. But in this Polynesian cultural culture, They would celebrate bigness, especially with their women.
[00:18:58] I can’t remember the parade that they call it, but it was like a beauty parade of some kind. And in order to prepare their women for this parade, they would, they would keep them in a cool. Somewhat, not like a cool place, somewhat dark, like in a tent that they would make for them. They would fan them constantly,
[00:19:23] They wouldn’t let them go outside and they wouldn’t let them do anything. They just, they would only let them sit and they would feed them sugar The fruits like mangoes and sweet potatoes, and they would do this for like weeks and months so that they could fatten them up because it was so hard for them. Get Fat.
[00:19:50] Sydney: So funny. Where did you find, where did you find this beauty parade?
[00:19:56] Nikki: Diet Sally Fall.
[00:19:59] Sydney: So fun.
[00:20:01] Nikki: Isn’t that fantastic? Because they could not, they could not get fat because they were always outside. They were in the sun. They were eating nutrient dense foods, only what they needed. And so it was like this rare and beautiful thing to have just curves and just like roll and so
[00:20:21] Sydney: That’s awesome.
[00:20:25] Nikki: Well, I’m like, I just love that, that we, that that is the perfect recipe for accomplishing their purpose at the time. And then they would just have these women walk around and everybody would just look at them and just, just gush over their bodies.
[00:20:42] Sydney: Can I just interject something there? I, I heard something from Benjamin Bickman where he was saying, What’s the difference between fasting and starvation? And I was like, Oh, I love this. This is so good. And he was like, Fasting is where your body’s has fat to burn. And it is totally using body fat for fuel.
[00:21:01] And then when you go past that, that is starvation, that when you are then burning muscle and organs and things like that, then you are, then you have crossed over into starvation mode. And I can imagine. So then he list, he, he quoted the study. Of a man who fasted for 382 days and I was just blown away and, and that his body was like, I have enough.
[00:21:26] I can totally survive. And you can maybe appreciate how some people are like, It is good to have a little extra food storage on your body. You know what I mean? Like, nobody wants none. You know what I mean? Like you can appreciate how maybe fat in their, in their dietary culture was so valued that they’re like, It’s nice to have a little bit on your.
[00:21:45] Nikki: Yes. No, I love it. That guy was over 400.
[00:21:49] Sydney: It’s amazing.
[00:21:51] Nikki: I love, love, love that. Yeah. And I’ve, and I’ve heard in the past that the difference between starvation and fasting is your intent. And I’m like, Eh, I can see that emotionally for sure. Because if you are looking to starve yourself to lose weight, then your body will naturally.
[00:22:09] um, we’ll naturally reject that process and fight against you and do what it needs to do to keep you thriving and healthy and it won’t lose weight . So I do agree with that intent, but I really love that extra guidance there from Ben Bickman that says that once you are starting to cata metabolize your own self, you’re starving.
[00:22:29] But if you have extra to. You are fasting and your body is miraculous. It is comfortable and can thrive in a fasted state. It has so many mechanisms that, that just kick into gear when you’re fasting. And I love, yeah, I just love, I just, I wanna be there for that parade. And then I also want to see how they live after the parade to be done with the beauty parade. Just go back to normal life of constant movement, being out in the sun, sharing, sharing lives with their loved ones, eating what they need, storing what they don’t, and, and fermenting the, you know, I just, it’s just fantastic. I, I love that story. I, yeah. Nourishing diets. Go and read it. You’ll, your, your, your mind will be blown.
[00:23:18] It’s another fantastic book. Okay, so moving on with individual needs. So everybody has emotional. Needs and Ps that, that first, that first section was all about ancestral needs. Everybody comes from different walks of life. And this was more like the Polynesian culture. Um, I think maybe I’ve got some like Messiah in my , in my lineage because those guys , they thrive off of fermented.
[00:23:48] Dairy and blood, and they eat honey. Um, every once in a while when they can find it. And they just, and they eat and they eat meat. And I’m like, You know what? When I found out about the Messiah, I was just like, Can I please go live with them? And my kids were the same way. It’s like, that sounds like a dream.
[00:24:08] And so, The based on your ancestry, based on your, um, based on where you come from, that is, you’re an individual there. And if you go from being Maasai to say like the, um, the people that lived in the Lutian tall Valley, in the Swiss Alps, I think is where it is, it’s more European. They had, they had grains.
[00:24:29] They had grains and they had a lot of, um, they had a lot of dairy as well, but, and they had meat, I think once a week. They had lamb once a week. And so if you go from, from. From being European to being the Maasai. You might have a little hiccups along the way, but, but you can thrive in either environment.
[00:24:46] That’s what I’m trying to say is that ancestrally, there are a lot of different ways to thrive. Okay, so now moving on to emotional, your, your needs are so individual, you guys, and if you don’t know this, start to think about it. I had someone ask me yesterday, How do you refuel? And I was like, you know, like, how do you emotionally refuel for me?
[00:25:08] I emotionally refuel by myself. I cannot refuel with other people. I love interacting with people and I love, I love interacting mostly one on one, but I also enjoy groups. But when I need to fuel my own tank, I need to be by myself. In a quiet still place, . So my tank was pretty empty when I had all young kids at home, and I had to lock myself in the bathroom and like be really quiet.
[00:25:41] So nobody knew. I was in there to refuel. And I know that there’s a lot of you listening that are like, Yep, that’s me right now. Just know that there’s light at the end of the tunnel. And that, but also that you can create those opportunities to refuel if you refuel by yourself. If you refuel emotionally in groups of people, then do it.
[00:26:01] Get out and meet people. Serve in your community. Recognize how it is that you individually thrive and make it happen. because, Because you don’t have to look at someone else, even your spouse, and say, Well, because that really helps him emotionally. It should help me emotionally. And then question, well, why doesn’t it help me emotionally if it helps him, or her?
[00:26:26] Or looking at other people like a best friend or somebody in your family like that really helps them refuel what’s wrong with me because it doesn’t help me re. There isn’t anything wrong with you. You just haven’t gone to the, gotten to the crux of what helps you refuel. For me, also, I love working and when I work hard then my reward for working hard is working harder.
[00:26:51] Sydney: I know. It’s so true. She loves it.
[00:26:58] Nikki: That for a long time everybody always says work hard so that you can play hard. And I’m like,
[00:27:07] and thought something was for a long time until I read a book about a very accomplished individual and his family jokes that like the, the saying for him is he loves to work hard. And work hard. And I was like, Yes, there’s somebody else on this planet that’s like me. I’ve gotten better, I’ve, I’ve gotten better about, about not overdoing it, though. I can, I can overdo it, but, but recognizing though that my emotional needs that I really get fueled off of working and being okay with it has, has really been liberating and actually helped me to relax. And so I’m a lot more fun around other people.
[00:27:49] Sydney: So good. I love that. That’s such a, a individual thing. So individual. Cuz you’re right, like so many people are like, I’d rather play and like do a tiny bit of work. And some people are like, I need 50 50, I need 75, 25, I need whatever. That’s so individual.
[00:28:05] Nikki: Yeah, so recognize what that is for you. Find out what it is. Try those different balances and know that it can be balanced as long as you’re fueling your emotional individual needs something else. This individual is your nutritional needs during different seasons of life. If you’re a baby, your emo, your nutritional needs are totally different than if you are 65, 75, 85.
[00:28:27] Totally different if you’re pregnant. Your emotional needs are very different. If you are, uh, a collegiate athlete, your nutritional needs are very different. So recognizing of what season of life you’re in and fueling your nutrition according to that season is going to be very important. I knew when I was breastfeeding, I had to be very, very aware of never fast.
[00:28:54] Never fasting , like in our church, we fast every, um, once a month. And I would not do that because I was nursing and that meant not fasting for many, many years. And that was, I recognized a nutritional need for me as a pregnant and nursing mother that I was not ever going to skimp on nutrients because I wanted to grow a healthy.
[00:29:19] But now I don’t have children anymore and I get a fast matche as I want . I mean, I do have children, but I’m not planning on having any more children and I’m not nursing and it’s so fun.
[00:29:32] Sydney: It is really liberating because when I, when I wasn’t pregnant and I wasn’t nursing, I was like, there’s so many like detoxing things that you’re not supposed to do while you’re pregnant and like you, it’s totally available to you.
[00:29:43] Nikki: Yes. I love that you brought that up too. Detoxing. It is so fun to detox, but recognize what season of life you’re in. Recognize if it’s appropriate for you, what your individual needs are. And also like fasting. I’ve learned by trial and error that I actually can’t fast. Whenever I want, I have to honor my cycle because I’m still cycling.
[00:30:06] I’m not post-menopausal. And so if I am fasting during my progesterone phase, my body does not react well to that. And so that’s a, that’s an individual, again, an individual need for me personally. So if I honor those individual needs, then it is a very successful practice in my life. Another seasonal, you guys winter is different from summer.
[00:30:28] Winter is for me is like hibernation period, and just stillness and, and, and cozy and cuddling. And that means for me a lot of fat. Well, I, I eat a lot of fat most of the time, but just not being as, not being as, um, strict in my movement, I guess. Like summer’s the time for just like, we gotta get out spring.
[00:30:54] Like get out, get out, get out. You know, like kids get outta the house. We gotta get outta the house. Movement, movement, movement. But then for, for winter, for me it’s a more of a time of stillness, movement wise. And so my nutrition becomes, I have different nutrient needs in the winter as opposed to the summer.
[00:31:10] And cycling through different, remember if you, if you eat fruits, vegetables, grains in their season and even meat in their season, then you’re going to get the highest nutrients if you eat them in their proper season. Like I have a client right now, she’s like, I haven’t been able to find any grass fed beef in July.
[00:31:29] I’m like, Well, that’s because slaughtering generally happens in the. because you’re still trying to fatten up those cows and get them ready to slaughter in the fall. And so it’s like if you’re actually working with a farmer, you, you, you might run outta meat in the summer because they’re still trying to grow ’em.
[00:31:46] But then the fall is when slaughtering season happens and everybody, like we’re, we’re getting a half a cow where you just got a whole hog that we’re getting in our freezer. And for about a month there at the end of August, we’re like, We feel like we’re running outta food So, yeah, So it’s a natural way to eat cyclically and seasonally throughout the year. Okay, so last couple of things. We already talked about detoxing, it’s an individual thing, and then EMF exposure. I’m gonna let you take that one, Sid.
[00:32:15] Sydney: Okay. I love it. So, EMF exposure, it really is something that, we’re not gonna get into the details of it, but really what it is is just these. Frequencies that are not really native to our earth. Not really. They’re kind of like artificially created frequencies, whether it’s microwaves or um, x-rays or, or, uh, things that are on the magnetic spectrum that are not native and therefore our cells don’t really know what to do with them.
[00:32:41] And it can be damaging and different ways for different people. There are just people that are highly sensitive to this thing called EMF exposure, and some people can handle it. Some people have adapted just fine. But just knowing that, that we have very individual needs to protect ourselves from EMF exposure.
[00:33:02] Some people don’t need it. Some people need it like a lot. And so just kind of creating awareness over individual needs for, uh, Having protection from this, that you don’t want your cell phone right up against your ear all the time. You don’t want to be microwaving all of your foods. You might not want to be having your wifi blaring 24 7.
[00:33:25] So EMF exposure is a very individual need and, and something just to be aware of and something that I, as, as we’re wrapping up, just the last thing is that we talked about things that we know and that we talked about, you know, enough to take action. And there’s something that I feel like I get questions from clients about this, where they’re like, What about this supplement?
[00:33:48] What about this therapy? What about. And I’m like, You know what? That is really awesome. I think that you should experiment with that. But therapeutic things, even very good, healthy, natural, therapeutic things can never take the place of the foundational things that we mentioned. If you’re eating junky food, you’re, you’re, you’re drinking all soda, you are, uh, really rushing through your food and, and eating it on the.
[00:34:16] And stressing while you eat. If you have a lot of, if you have a lot of fear and a lot of hate, and you have a lot of, a lot of negative emotions and you have a lot of, um, metabolic craziness going on, you’re not getting enough minerals and you’re enclosed doors all day long and you don’t really see the light and you’re really sitting still all day long in this box right in front of you, you are not going to get any benefit from these therapeutic items.
[00:34:45] You’re gonna like, you got nothing. It’s like, it’s like you’re, you know, people say, I remember hearing something like somebody was making fun of essential oils that people are like, you know, it’s like this battle that people are like cancer and they’re like, I can treat you with essential oils. And like, they were making fun of this natural thing that people use, right?
[00:35:06] They, they use essential ills. I have some, I love them, but they are therapeutic. They are not foundational. Great. Use essential oils, great use like therapies. Go get whatever, get, get whatever done. Go, go to a clinic, go to, um, take that, you know, anti-inflammatory, natural herb. But don’t be surprised if you are neglecting the foundations if that really doesn’t work.
[00:35:35] And don’t be like, it just didn’t work. Natural stuff is the worst. It doesn’t work because you have to take care of foundations. To have the biggest therapeutic effect for your body to be well, and that then you can sprinkle a few therapies on top of that foundation and be really happy and healthy and all of those things.
[00:35:55] So just remember to not get distracted by the things that people are saying, Oh, this does this, Oh, this does this. And neglect the foundations of health and wellness. You know, enough to get started, and if you feel like you would. Our help along that journey. We really want to help you. Come to our website and sign up for this consult that we have available to you right now.
[00:36:22] Nikki: We are so excited for you guys to come and sign up for one on ones, but here’s a little disclaimer. Do not sign up for the one on ones if you’re not ready to get going. , like if you’re not ready to hit the ground running and start taking action, wait. Don’t sign up for the one-on-one until you are actually ready to get going.
[00:36:41] We want you to come so that we can help you understand our process and what it is that we do exactly with one-on-one clients to get the amazing results that we’re getting with our clients. So if you’re not quite ready or if you’re gonna sign up for the, you, sign up for the consult to see if it’s maybe gonna work, then don’t sign up , because we want you to come prepared.
[00:37:05] Saying, Yes, I want to change. I’m ready to change, and this is something that’s for me, and we want to see if Sydney or I is the right fit for you. Because there’s a lot of people that do this. There’s a lot of people that can help you with the foundations out there. And Sydney and I have our process that we use, that we’ve seen success with clients.
[00:37:26] And so the one on ones is for you to figure out if we are the perfect fit and we hope that we are the perfect fit for you. But if not, We will wish you luck in finding that perfect fit because we know that you need to work on these foundations.
[00:37:40] Sydney: Go to coaching with Nikki and sidney.com/free. Consult and sign up for a spot because you do know enough and we are so happy to spend this time with you.
[00:37:50] Share this with people that you know and love that need to hear that they know enough to start taking action. And we will see next week.
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