The time to put your health first is now! There are many things playing against us right now, and it’s important to do what’s right for you and stay healthy.

Nurses and medical staff are quitting in record numbers over the requirements to take the COVID-19 vaccine and they are leaving hospitals unstaffed. Whether you believe the pandemic is as bad as the media tells us it is or not, that’s all irrelevant.

Any accident, or emergency could result in a disastrous situation since most hospitals are now facing shortages of staff members. Some say the nurses and doctors are burned out, but that’s because much of the healthcare industry has been eliminating those who continue to refuse the COIVD-19 vaccine from their workforce.

It sure looks like people do not want to be told what they have to have injected into their bodies by their employer or the government. But that means a shortage of healthcare workers has to potential to affect everyone.

That’s why it’s important now, more than ever to put your health first. If you care unhealthy, and stuck in a medical situation that is unfortunate, you could end up losing much of the hard-earned wealth you worked your whole life to make.

Get as healthy as you can, because there seems to be no end in sight for the vaccine refusals and mandates and firings of those who continue to stand up for body sovereignty.

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    Spend your money wisely right now. As inflation takes hold it becomes more difficult to eat right and stay active, but it can be done. Health is wealth, especially if there’s some sort of deadly virus circulating around the globe.

    Stay in a health weight range, eat well, and spend your money on good foods and not processed chemical-laden frozen dinners. The solution is simple, but it isn’t one people like to hear. But the truth is, health is wealth. Your money will do you no good if you choose an unhealthy lifestyle to begin with.

    I have touched on this subject before, but personally feel like it is more imperative than ever to ensure you are physically able to withstand the pressures on the healthcare system. At some point, money will not be enough.

    Eat organic if you can, stay active doing the things you love and make sure your family is staying healthy. What we eat makes a huge difference in our overall health and well-being.

    There are obstacles to a healthy lifestyle everywhere. But it’s possible to do beat the odds. You just have to have the desire to do it!

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