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Celebrating Milestones: Birthday Reflections


Get ready to dive into insightful conversations with Dr. Angela and Marchelle as they explore the power of self-reflection and goal-setting on your birthday.


Here’s what’s in store in this episode:


๐ŸŽˆDiscover the thought-provoking questions Dr. Angela asks herself each year and why it's essential for personal growth.

๐ŸŒŸ Learn how to evaluate your life's direction, proudest accomplishments, areas for improvement, gratitude, and future aspirations.

๐Ÿ’ก Gain insights into Dr, Angela’s journey as she shares her proudest achievement and a surprise upcoming milestone!

๐ŸŒฑ Explore the importance of nourishing your body and shifting your perspective towards holistic health.

๐Ÿ“ Take away practical tips for implementing these reflection exercises into your own life.


Don't miss out on the opportunity to gain valuable wisdom and inspiration!


Wishing you a fantastic week ahead, and we'll catch you on the airwaves!



Episode Highlights:


(06:42) Do you like the way your life is going and why or why not? Asking ourselves this question is really important; time is a resource that you never get back and how you spend your time matters. If you're not happy It's important to make the changes that are going to improve your life.

(13:07) I've always been grateful for a strong, healthy body. And this year though, it became even more poignant because I decided to become a living kidney donor, and I've been going through the evaluation process. They examined everything, and I was shocked because everything was unremarkable; the liver, the pancreas, the spleen, the gallbladder, the kidneys, no stones, no cysts, nothing. I'm 62 years old, most people my age have already had their gallbladder out and they've had hysterectomies and they've got arthritis and they've got diverticulosis, I've got none of that.

What it told me is that all of these diseases that we attribute to aging, all the digestive issues that people struggle with, and heart disease, are not inevitable. What we have is a toxic food supply, and this is what's causing most of the chronic conditions that we deal with.

(17:38) If you can stop focusing on “how many pounds have I lost?” and start focusing on envisioning that your liver is healthy, your intestines are healthy and you don't have arthritis, or that it’s improving. If you can start focusing on that instead of focusing on actual weight loss, you'll make changes that will last for the rest of your life.


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