Do you remember the first cell phone you owned? How different it was to not be attached to the wall anymore!
You were now making calls on the road and were instantly connected to the loved ones in your life. Okay, admit it at first it was a bit weird – exciting, but weird.
Today, it’s the new normal. Who doesn’t have a cell phone? Not many. This trend happens in every area of life, where the new, the interesting and the weird become normal. And our health is no exception.
Have a headache? Take a pill. Have a gut ache? Take a pill. Don’t want babies? Take a pill.
These are all normal now. No one would look at you funny for doing them.
But this was not the case 50 years ago. In fact, these days I would argue the new normal is unhappy, unhealthy and suffering.
Headaches, fatigue, sleep issues, acid reflux… none of these are okay. They are signs of growing health problems. Unfortunately, they are normal in our society.
This is why I got in touch with Rick Osborn of Rickosborn.com to come on the show and discuss his experience coaching high-level executives and overcoming his own health challenges.
Rick’s background is diverse and impressive, with a beginning in ministry and then naturopathic school, finally culminating with high-level coaching. He’s done his homework on all the angles of how to help someone to full wellness. He helps a wide range of people, whether it’s overweight and fatigued or IBD… he’s seen it all.
You’re going to want to hear this!
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On This Podcast with Rick Osborn, We Cover:
8:50 Common mistakes most people make with food and medication on a daily basis
13:38 Rick clears the air on PPI’s and other societal health problems
17:21 Why it’s not normal to have acid reflux, constipation and exhaustion
21:30 Do our kids eat real food these days?
30:18 What do cow’s eat? (It’s not as simple as you think)
38:21 What are the most inflammatory foods Rick takes out of people’s diet?
46:23 Do PPI’s mess with your brain and ability to think?
54:21 Can stress actually cause physical problems?
1:04:54 Could digestive problems be a blessing in disguise?
Thanks for coming on the show Rick, I know this is going to help a lot of people.