Carolyn O’Byrne, CHT, author of Gut Instinct, is a colon hydro-therapist, life coach and wife of a truck driver. In the heart of the trucking industry, she directs her passion and knowledge towards drivers and their families by life coaching. She wants to reach even more people by using this book as another way to help others who are desiring progressive change in their lives. She is there to show them how to transform their future and to direct them to success, to health and to a positive outlook on life. Throughout her years of interest in true health and wellness, she has studied and applied to her own life these many different modalities. Her insight has also enabled her to help numerous others on their journey to health through her business, Life Coach Service, LLC. Her mission is to steer those who want results in the direction of good health, both emotionally and physically, in a confidential setting.
Professional drivers, families of drivers, and friends of drivers, you are not alone. It is an unfortunate fact that more people now days are unhealthy due to the food supply than ever before. This unhealthy state not only affects our physical body, but our emotional self. I challenge you to improve your health not only for yourself, but for the others in your life that love you and want to spend quality time and memories with you. Do it not only for yourself, but to be that great example to those that you influence, that if you can do it anyone can. All people look at others as an example. Is that example a good one? If you are a driver, that gives you even more power. If a truck driver can do it on the road in a truck smaller than a bathroom, anyone can do it. How many people could your example influence? Share helpful information that you use to meet your goal. Get moving, and empower yourself to empower others. Be the first one that you know of to take the challenge.
You are not alone. So many others are suffering from physical ailments, such as heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, aches and pains, overweight, tired all the time, depressed and don’t know why. These are unnecessary sufferings. Quality of life is the key; what else is worth more than a high quality of life?
Things that you can do: