Monthly Archives: February 2013

This is the myRecovery health blog!

Welcome to the myRecovery health blog, we’re ready to start blogging!

Just let me tell you that I’ve found another way (besides what I’m discussing on this blog) to regain my health. And I’ve found it at a very interesting website! You can check their Nutrisystem prices, which are accessible by the way, and find out how you can get to your perfect weight with a very simple system.

Another important thing ill talk about is health, in general, Alcohol can affect your health in many different ways. Most people are aware that excessive drinking can damage your liver and cardiovascular system. It can also damage your digestive system, leading to malnutrition and even increasing your risk of cancer. Many people see these conditions as problems for the distant future. You may be less aware that alcohol also damages your immune system, increasing your risk of potentially fatal illnesses such as pneumonia, with Monoclonal anitbody you can increase and restore your immune system. There are a number of ways alcohol impairs your immune system, making you more likely to get sick.

I know that there are already many ways to lose weight out there, and it would probably be very difficult to convince someone that one method is above the others. And in truth, perhaps since people are so different there may not be one truly better weight loss system that rises above all others. That being said, after a ton of research I find myself drawn to nutrisystem.

Through this blog I plan to document my progress, or lack thereof if that is the case of course, following this program to the best of my ability. If for some reason I fail to stick to it I will be sure to let you guys know as well, although I do feel pretty determined. We’ve all been there I’m sure, once you get hungry or the stress piles up there’s no telling what will happen. It is also pretty common for people to give up once they plateau. You guys are familiar with the term right? If you try a weight loss program, be it a simple diet or basic workout routine, there is a good chance your body will lose weight pretty dramatically at first, but that is mainly because you’re body is not used to this change to its daily routine. After a while the body adapts, and you plateau. Most people are unknowingly in it for the quick results, and reject whatever method they are trying once it slows down.

All in all, I feel like having researched this so much gives me a bit of an edge, so I guess we’ll see.