Hi guys, I have good news and bad news today.
The good news is Mr. Lunch and I finally moved into our new home, yesterday. Which gave me an opportunity to work on my biceps.
The new kitchen is starting to take shape and we very are excited to shoot more videos here to share my recipes and practical health tips.
The bad news is my computer broke down three days ago, so we are shooting this video on the fly to give you an update.
I learned a few lessons from my hard-working computer which is currently hospitalized in order to get well.
Before it utterly failed, there were plenty of signs. It was sluggish and took a long time to start in the morning.
Does this sound familiar to you? If this is you what experience in the morning, your body might be trying to tell you that there is something wrong. This means it’s time for you to listen. Listen carefully to what your body is trying to tell you.
I became medicine free in the year 2015 after relying on steroidal medicine over 3 decades to combat a chronic skin condition, called Seborrheic dermatitis. This was achieved by listening to my body attentively and providing my genes what they expected of me.
The pillars of which are to provide your body with the right nutrition and eliminating highly inflammatory foods.
Find out about my journey about losing 14 pounds in 12 months and became medicine free.
Also, if you are struggling with keeping up with your New Year’s resolution, check out my video about 3 radical ways to improve your health and lose weight at HungryGopher.com.
I can’t wait to see you in this new kitchen, shortly.
Remember Guys, Eat Real, Be Real
In this episode, you’ll find:
- Good news & bad news from The Gopher
- A sneak peak of Hungry Gopher’s new kitchen
- Possible forewarning signs of health issues
- A peculiar woman with big ears
Resources I mentioned in the video:
- 3 radical ways to improve your health & lose weight
- How to work with your body not, against it – this is how I lost 14 pounds in 12 months and became medicine-free
2 Thoughts on “Good News and Bad News”
I love Korean food but I have to research everything before I eat it. I am a diabetic and have stage 4 kidney disease. What do you recommend in my case? Are there any Korean receipes I can make with this criteria. Thank you..
Thanks for the comment and sorry to hear about your health challenges. I understand how debilitating they can be.
I am not a doctor, but I highly recommend reading “The Autoimmune Solution” by Amy Myers:
This video might be helpful to you. Also, the books that have helped me a lot are at the bottom of the post in “Resources I mentioned in the video”.