About Me Email Me Fast Pain Reduction Fullmer Family Mission
Dave and Patrica Fullmer ~ (731) 352-3665 CST
my photo

Are you tired of living with Chronic Pain???
Ask me how to get rid of it.

    

Chronic pain can be a sign of inflammation.   It is also something that our bodies experience on a daily basis.   Toxic pollutants are present in the air we breathe, the water we drink and in the food we eat.   Chemicals are also present in the environment where we live, work, study, and play.   Our bodies use inflammation as a natural defense against these types of stressors in addition to emotional, mental and physical stress.   However, chronic inflammation can cause poor health that may lead to serious diseases.

Serious conditions that may begin with inflammation:

     Fibromyalgia
     Diabetes
     Allergies
     Asthma
     Alzheimer's
     Autoimmune
     Cardiovascular
     Neurological
     Respiratory and more!

Although inflammation hasn't been pinpointed as the cause of all these conditions, it has been well-documented* as playing a part in them - often intensifying the symptoms and effects.

For a more complete discussion of inflammation and its effect on our bodies,
Email me
For a pdf of a 12 page brochure

So how do we get rid of inflammation and the chronic pain?

By making healthy lifestyle changes and modifications, you can help reduce inflammation in your body.   And it Simultaneously improves your overall health.

  1. If you Smoke, quit.

  2. Practice stress management techniques such as deep breating to help manage your stress load.

  3. Simply being overweight can increase inflammation.   Start a sensible diet and exercise plan - it will help with inflammation and your overall sense of health and well-being.

  4. Exercise at least 30 minutes per day, three to five days per week.

  5. Cut out unhealthy food choices - some of which can actually contribute to inflammation: trans fats, refined carbohydrates, processed foods.

  6. Make anti-inflammitory food a staple in your diet.

  7. Practice good oral hygiene:   Brush after every meal and floss once a day.

  8. Email me for information a a great natural product,an anti-inflammatory food to assist your bodies ability to get rid of inflammation.  Email me

If any of this makes sense at all and if you would like to discover more, I am always ready to talk with you as a wellness coach and mentor.   I can be reached at 731-352-3665 Central Time and my email address is at Email me

I do not talk to people about the business opportunity until after they experience the good results that our products produce, but I would be remiss if I didn't at least mention that there is a good potential for people to help their corner of the world experience wellness.  I believe that when we provide a real benefit to mankind, we are rewarded in proportion to the benefit we provide.   I share my story and information on how people can reduce chronic pain and chronic inflammation for their benefit and I truly care about them.  It's not about me,   it's about what a Natural product can do for them. 

I do not look at people thinking about how I can get money from them, I look at people and see how much better off they will be by using my products.   The money will come to me as my reward, and I get a thrill every time I hear about someone who is walking more normally, is breathing without the aid of inhalers, and is not hurting with arthritic pains.  This is my reward.   And as a result, I no longer am a salesman, I just tell my story and those that try the products and get results, keep buying.  Those that don't feel they get results, can get their money back on the company 60 day moneyback guarantee.   (less local taxes and shipping)

It you would like to see how the opportunity works, just send me an Email and I will provide all information Dave Fullmer

    *references:
    Medscape
    American Academy of Periodontology
    American Heart Association
    National Institute of Mental Health
    American Cancer Society
    Arthritis.com
    National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research

Brought to you by David Fullmer