7 Principles of Health Success Story – Mitchell Villani

How do you feel when you hear someone say:

“It was the worst thing that I could ever imagine happening to me.”

Personally, it gives me chills.

This is Mitchell’s story. It’s an extraordinary 3.5-minute video that will keep you in suspense.

Mitchell went from being in the grand final of a National Men’s ice hockey tournament to hitting rock bottom and wanting to die.

Now I take that really seriously because there is so much to live for. If only everyone could see it. But I also understand the dark places people can go to as a result of giving up hope.

When we implement the 7 Principles of Health into our life, we create a strong foundation to live from.

Mitchell learned how to care for his body properly, using simple yet profound practices, and this has enabled him to heal naturally.

The take away here is that the 7 Principles of Health can change your life. They CAN give you a life worth living. The question to ask yourself, just as Mitchell did, is how badly do you want it?

People often make the mistake that change takes sweeping big changes, but it’s the little steps – the small changes that become sustainable and create real change.

So let me ask you, do you feel like you have a good balance between work, social life, eating well, exercising and doing things you’re passionate about? Or does it all feel too much?

I’m to show you something that will change that. WARNING: This is NOT a one size fits all approach, I’m going to show you how to personalise the 7 Principles to fit into your life.

You can sign up for free here – http://ift.tt/2tJkobm
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