Jai - Workaholic Without Health

by Jai D
(Dublin, UK)

Hi, am 40 year old and have been a workaholic, been with work all my life and neglected health to the core.


Started smoking 20 years now and drinking a ritual as work demanded treating clients and business.

Today i realize my health is so fragile that i do not have basic strength to go out on a week end. Even during week days i am not in any position to work like i used to.

This is a self alarm and i need to stop all this.

Thats when i realize to change completely.

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May 22, 2011
Help is at hand
by: Trina - Growing Raw

Jai, forty is a great age to turn your health around. You have the wisdom and patience of your years and at the same time your body still has plenty of youthful resilience and flexibility to bounce back.

Exercise will boost your fitness and immunity, get you out there moving and feeling good about yourself. However, a decent diet is fundamental.

It sounds like the first move would be to displace your alcohol intake with smoothies, juices and herbal teas. Check it the relevant pages in Growing Raw's Detox section. Then try to make sure that you're drinking enough water and getting five serves of veggies a day to ensure your body has the nutrients it needs to rebuild.

Aug 17, 2015
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by: Al

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