How far does it go? Oct 11, 2009 8:38:47 GMT -5
Post by nelsonsprague on Oct 11, 2009 8:38:47 GMT -5
I went through the mt test a while ago and I have noticed a great change in my body and how I feel in things. I recently read "How to Eat Move and Be Healthy" by Paul Chek and it made me think more about things like hair care products, soap, contact solution, deodorant, sheets, cleaning products, the water we use for other than drinking, TVs, toothpaste and on and on. How far do you go with all this stuff? I mean it almost sounds like we need to become Amish or something. You could also apply it to road work, gas, any restaurant, really everything in everyday life. Do you buy literally everything you can that is organic or made without chemicals? With that do somethings stop becoming as effective? I mean I don't have a problem with buying something and paying more if it makes me healthier but not if it just doesn't do anything. What about things like swimming in the Gulf or the ocean? Is there some kind of list that denotes products for everything that are acceptable? Or where to buy said products? Because places like target, or walmart just don't have much of a selection for things like that. Any help would be awesome.