How She Made a Small Change and Started to Sleep Better

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    What reducing oxidative stress can do for someone. Holly’s story:

    “You may not know me or my story, so I’d like to share something with you.
    9 Years ago, my health was very poor. I was only 34! Daily sleepless nights had become normal. I took sleeping pills as if they were sweets. Most days, I could not eat anything without feeling like there were knives in my side. The doctors looked at me in vain in every possible way and prescribed medicines to mask the pain.
    To make matters worse, I also started withdrawing more and more, not wanting to go out for dinner with friends and feeling rotten and depressed 90% of the time while pretending everything was fine. Trying to be productive on weekdays was incredibly difficult. I often cried in my car all the way home.

    Then I was offered a natural product that affected oxidative stress by activating the body’s own system.
    Although it took my body time to get back on track, with the fascinating information I had received, I was hopeful. It wasn’t long before the drugs and over-the-counter nonsense went into the bin. I was FREE to eat what I wanted without pain, and sleeping was much better. I was happy and optimistic about my future again.”

    Holly
    Holly: How she made a small change and started to sleep better

    How we activate your health with coaching a natural approach

    Yes, … there is a way to naturally repair your body on a cellular level… through activating your body to do what it is supposed to. This is not supplementation, it’s activation! – We don’t claim to cure, treat, or mitigate disease. – The Little Yellow Pill reduces oxidative stress by an average of 40% in 30 days and increases glutathione by approximately 300% in 120 days.* – High oxidative stress and low glutathione are linked to hundreds of issues. – To start your Own Your Family coaching, sign up for a free account.

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