I have been seeing the local chiropractor in town ever since high school and he’s helped me so much over the years and I’m very grateful for him and his practice. I didn’t see him during the low point when the eating disorder controlled my life. I’ve been receiving chiropractor care while I was pregnant with all three kiddos and man it helped so much.
The last couple of years I have been experiencing a lot of chronic pain in my neck and back and according to him I have a lot of systemic inflammation in my entire body which makes daily life hard sometimes and causes for me carpal tunnel in both wrists. He believes that if I 100% changed my diet slowly of course, I would feel so much better and so would my body. I totally believe him and I really want to improve my health and get healthier but I’m scared. I’m scared that if I start changing my diet and go all in per say that I could end up where I once was. It all started with wanting to loose some weight for my wedding and I become obsessed. Its a slippery slope and I don’t want to slide down it.
I haven’t vocalized this to him yet because I just discovered this myself. I always blamed it on not having the money to do the testing he suggests or by the stuff to do the program that he has set up. The only way I would consider doing this would be if I had a nutritionist on board with me and I’m not currently seeing one and gosh I haven’t seen one in 5 years. I wouldn’t know how to go about getting to see one anymore. I’m going to call the Chiropractor this week to touch base with him and to ask if he is a nutritionist himself. I know he has taught classes and other things over the years.
I’m ready to change my diet not only for myself but for my family. So I need to get myself set up for success so I can help my family.
~God Bless, Angela