Introducing Live Wise Naturals by Rico’s human

What a better way to start off 2016 than with a healthy mindset and getting the body to follow? Rico’s human is truly a fitness and health fanatic and he’s taken the leap into founding his own supplement company to provide products made with the quality ingredients that he himself chooses to take care of his own body.

Having spent over six months sidelined to date, I am personally glad 2015 is over. I have only two more sessions of chemo to go through in January and am looking forward to regaining my health, my energy, my stamina, my BODY and my brain back!

One of the worst parts of the chemo treatment is that I’m not often hungry. And of course, if you don’t eat, you’re not getting nutrition into your body. If I did force myself to eat, my body felt blah, like it wasn’t  was absorbing the nutrients anyway.

Enter Rico’s human with his new B12 and the D3+K2 liquid drops. I got to be one of the testers for Greg’s product launch and I have nothing but positive things to say.

My body having trouble digesting food and nutrient is less of a problem with these because the liquid supplements are absorbed sublingually, or under the tongue, and go straight into my bloodstream. Most of you all out there are hopefully not having to go through chemo to really need to appreciate the importance of this and I hope you won’t ever have to. Cancer sucks. Suffering through the chemo side effects sucks more.

So, looking forward to a rebirth and rising from the ashes of yours truly in 2016, in mind, body and spirit. Of course, having a neighbor like Rico’s human working out in his driveway every day should inspire any body, right?

Here’s their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/livewisenaturals where you will hopefully hit LIKE and become a fan and supporter of Rico and the human as they grow their new business together!

Tail wagging good time

Nemo is half Black Lab and half Great Dane. His head looks very Lab-like, but those claw feet and most of his behavior patterns are all Dane. In dog shows, Labrador Retrievers are to demonstrate their rudder-like tails wagging at all times, because that is a Lab trait. Nemo’s tail rarely wags unless he wants something, but on our weekend out at Caladesi Island recently, he splished and splashed around in a quiet cove for nearly three hours. He had a grand time as evidenced by the latent perpetually-wagging-tail Lab genes that showed up. #LuvMyBigGoobieDog

Caladesi Island visit

Nemo spent most of a three day weekend with us out at the State Park where he got to go boating, docking, hiking, and lots of swimming.

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Getting our exercise

While it seems like the rest of the country is under layers of snow and ice (yuk), here we go out traipsing down the street on a nice walk on a rather warm and sunny afternoon. Had a couple of good romps around the ‘hood already today.

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