Frequent fliers might be at health risk


Frequent fliers might be at health risk

So says the Houston Chronicle. “Extensive travelers were 260% more likely than light travelers to rate their health as fair to poor. Obesity was 92% more common in the extensive travelers. They also had higher cholesterol and high blood pressure.”

Many people enjoy travel. Some of us have to travel for our work. I think these two groups of people are the ones the article was talking about. What can you do if your job requires you to travel?

1. Make sure that you carry and take a natural antibiotic the day you travel. I prefer Liquid Silver with Aqua Sol technology. I take a quaff before I board the plane, and then take one twice a day until I return home. I have been very thankful to have stayed infection free with this method.
2. Call the airlines ahead of time, and ask for a health meal. There are choices, and you have the right to have something to eat (if meals are being served on that flight) that is healthy.
3. Take along healthy snacks. You are in control of your destiny, and that includes your health.
4. Get up and move once the ‘fasten seatbelt’ sign is not longer lit. This encourages blood flow.
5. Choose to drink plenty of water during the flight. This will keep your body hydrated, and will help with any jet-lag symptoms that may be encountered.
6. While traveling, take advantage of the hotel’s health spa/gym. A moving body is a healthy body.

Until next time…

Polly

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About Polly Heil-Mealey, ND, P.Sc., HHP, M.Ed., C.C.I.

Dr. Polly Heil-Mealey is the Past-President of the International Iridology Practitioners Association (IIPA), as well as an IIPA Certified Iridologist with a Master’s Degree in Education, and a Naturopathic degree. She has been involved in education and Biblical health care since 1994. Dr. Polly has been active in both television and radio, presenting community service programs covering various topics. An international traveler, she gives seminars on alternative health practices, incorporating iridology and Biblical nutritional counseling. Dr. Polly now uses her expert ability to communicate vital and useful information to help her clients build or restore their health. One of Dr. Polly’s greatest passions is to see her clients restore their health through natural therapies. Every success story confirms the need for education in holistic practices. Dr. Polly brings a high level of dedication and commitment to her clientele. She has touched the lives of many with her concern and selfless devotion. The verse “My people perish for lack of knowledge,” is a scripture that touches every level of society. As clients learn and understand holistic protocols, they are able to improve their health drastically by incorporating diet and lifestyle changes. Dr. Polly is married to Stephen Hale, and together they have eight children. Both are very active in their church and serve on various boards in their community. Dr. Polly is also the director of Women’s Ministries of her church. Dr. Polly and Stephen reside in Humble, Texas.
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