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Welcome to Find Good Health a source of information, healthy living tips and articles that will help you get healthy and stay healthy.

I’ll cover mind and body health, fitness and nutrition, current health therapies and how to apply them to your daily life.

From my experience living with a chronic disease with no known cure and testing many therapies I’ve learned some healthy living tips along the way.

I’ll share some tips and knowledge on how to take responsibility for your own wellbeing and find what works for you. A good place to start is our Health and Nutrition Tips Series or these tips for a healthy digestion.

I’ll try to debunk health, mind & fitness myths and scams and give an objective look at many complementary and alternative medicine therapies.

Thank you and enjoy your stay at Find Good Health!

Healthy Living Tips, our welcome page and some guidance to our content. Let Exercise And Food Be Your Medicine
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