Friday, September 1, 2017

Thrive Le-vel 30 Day Review: Day 9

Thrive Le-vel Review: Day 9

Though I've been plagued with aches and pains, and can't do as much as I feel like doing, I have noticed a marked difference in the size of my tummy. I'm not sure if this is water weight that I've lost, or if this is truly fat, but I'm liking what I'm seeing in the mirror. It gives me an incentive to keep going.

Slowly, I'm learning what works for me, in the aspect of , what I can drop from my daily routine and what I can't. I love natural remedies; if they work. I've found, in the past, that Turmeric helps me keep away some of the daily aches associated with my back issues. Starting this program, I thought it best to drop off every herb and vitamin that I take, to give Thrive a fair review. I am now, adding back in the 1600 mg of Turmeric that I normally take, on a daily basis. I've taken more muscle relaxers and pain pills, in the past few days, than I care to. This pain has got to be relieved, or my energy level is not going to make a hill of beans.

The smoothie/shake I drank yesterday was okay but a bit strange to me. This morning, I just kept to the normal shake powder with milk, and I'll make a smoothie around lunch. I'll add the turmeric with the smoothie, or just swallow the capsule its in. I think it was a mistake to drop it off when starting Thrive, but you live and learn.

My advice to anyone with chronic pain issues that's about to start Thrive:
Do Not stop your daily pain management. In my experience, the ingredients in Thrive, that is to help with average aches, is not enough for someone with severe issues. Thrive probably helps with minor body aches but not serious ones. Lesson Learned.


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