Health Coach, Wellness Author, and Motivational Speaker Michael Tamez, experienced a 15-year health transformation. On his incredible adventure, Michael lost 105 pounds, lowered his blood pressure, and reversed sleep apnea and advanced gum disease. This was all accomplished naturally, without drugs or surgery.
Michael’s journey was intensified when he lost 5 family members in the course of 18 months. All of these experiences combined led Michael to discover his true passion in life. He is dedicated to guiding, empowering, and sharing the knowledge and wisdom he has acquired over the course of his lifetime.
Drawing from this incredible health and life transformation, Michael published his award-winning book, Transformative Nutrition: The Ultimate Guide to Healthy and Balanced Living
Favorite Success Quote
“To hell with circumstances, I create opportunities” ~Bruce Lee
1. Most Health Problems are Not Physical
The majority of the health problems in the U.S. are not actually physical, they are mental and emotional.
Most people do not smoke, overeat, or lead sedentary lifestyles for purely physical reasons. It is normally because of something in their life that they have not addressed.
It could be a traumatic childhood, a broken relationship, death, or some other struggle you faced when you were younger.
Just like the first step in overcoming addiction is to admit that you have a problem, the first step in overcoming health issues is to admit that you have baggage you have not dealt with.
2. To Lead a Balanced and Healthy Life You Need to Ask the Right Questions
Tony Robbins says that the quality of your life is based on the quality of the questions that you ask yourself.
If you are facing health struggles, you need to ask yourself these three questions to truly uncover the root cause of the issues in your life.
1) What Are You Holding On To?
What happened in your life that you are still angry, depressed, or frustrated with? What are you really holding onto that is holding you back.
2) What is Life trying to Teach You?
How can you reframe the thing that you are holding onto into something good? What is life trying to teach you through that struggle.
3) How Can I Move On?
What steps do you need to take to move on with your life? Who do you need to forgive, what needs to be said, who needs to be removed from your life?
3. You Are Not Your Experiences
So often, whenever we face something difficult in life, we are tempted to identify with that struggle or trauma.
You are NOT your experience.
There is more to you than the abuse, more to you than the breakup, more to you than the failure, more to you than any damn thing that has happened in your life.
Your experiences are a part of your life, but they are not your life.
Never forget that.
4. You Need to Express Your Emotion
As men, society has taught us to repress our emotions, this is one of the reasons for so much of the pain going on in the U.S. today.
You have to express your emotions.
You have to let things go and get them out of your body.
It doesn’t matter how you express your emotions, just that you express them.
Life can be difficult, but it is more difficult whenever you hide your feelings from the world and try and pretend that you are not in pain.
5. Create Your Own Opportunities
To hell with circumstances.
Make your own opportunities.
We live in one of the greatest times to be alive in human history. Now more than ever before, you have the chance to make yourself and your life into whatever you want it to be.
Quit bitching about the cards you were dealt and start playing the hand until you win the game.
1. The Perscription for Nutritional Healing by Phyliss A. Balch
2. The Power of Now by Eckhart Tolle
3. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill