Are You Sick And Tired Of Being Sick And Tired?

How many times have you found yourself saying that you are sick and tired of being “sick and tired”?  On a regular basis I would would say that at least half of the people I know and encounter are run down, listless, and they are either sick or on the verge of a cold or flu.  That is a sad comment on the current state of health for a majority of people in North America.

It shouldn’t be that way AND it doesn’t have to be that way.  In 2001, at The University Of Victoria (in Victoria, British Columbia – Canada) I was fortunate enough to study under one of the leading/cutting edge research scientists and doctors in the world, Dr. Robert O. Young.  Dr. Young is at the forefront for research in the “Acid/Alkaline Balance”.  Dr. Young has dedicated his life to health and wellness. 

Over the next few days we are going to discuss foods that are alkaline and foods that are acid (acidic) and how to find a balance between the two that will help establish health and homeostasis in the body. 

For more information on Dr. Young and his work you can find him on FaceBook at the following link:

You can also find Dr. Young on Twitter:

Yours In Health!

G.E. Moon II

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26 Responses to “Are You Sick And Tired Of Being Sick And Tired?”

  1. Gary, I am sick and tired of being tired so I am looking forward to your future posts about feeling healthy.
    Scott Sylvan Bell

  2. Looking forward to learning more about the acid/alkaline balance.


  3. Sonya Lenzo says:

    Yes! I have bronchitis, asthma, RAD or something for more than 6 months, been in and out of the hospital and lost my voice and the doc and 4 specialists are STILL not sure what is wrong with me. They say they are looking for zebras now. Because I am asking to be taking off of my meds, and am working on diet, I am actually starting to feel a little better. I have read thru Dr. Susan Larks wellness letter about acid/alkaline diet and am currently on Weil’s anti-inflamatory diet. Have you heard about it and what do you think about it?
    Sonya Lenzo

  4. Very interesting topic.
    Blog leaves you wanting more – good concept!


  5. Rachel Robinson says:

    Gary, this sounds like information that everyone could really use. I can’t wait hear more about the balance I should have in the food I consume!

    Leadership Is A Choice

  6. I have heard that certain foods are acidic, like tomatoes. It makes sense that some are alkaline, but I haven’t heard of that before. This is a very interesting topic.

  7. Neil Dhawan says:

    Gary, I am SO LOOKING FORWARD to your posts. I am a BIG FAN drinking 9.5pH alkaline water and know I can do more by eating the right foods … bring it on!!!

  8. Neil Dhawan says:

    I am really looking forward to learn about better food choices that are alkaline rather than acidic. I am a big fan of drinking 9.5pH alkaline water and am well aware of how toxic our lifestyles – including food choices – are and the impact the poor choices we make have on our health and ability to fight off disease.

  9. Kevin Hogan says:

    This is going to be good….
    Kevin Hogan

  10. Gosia says:

    We are what we eat- that’s the fact and if we can feel better and, what is the most important, stay healthy by changing our diet and life style we should definitely try it! We can change our life for better day by day- I like it 🙂 Can’t wait to find out something more about it 🙂

    Just another great idea Gary!!!


  11. Steve C says:

    But I am sick and tired of being “sick and tired.” I need to know this stuff, although I find it harder to live a healthy lifestyle here in the UK than it is in the United States.

    Steve C

  12. Lisa Wilcox says:

    Thank you for the post about Acid/Alkaline Balance” by Dr. Young who has dedicated his life to health and wellness. I have been hearing more about Acid/Alkaline Balance but I need to know more!

  13. Chris Bishop says:

    Now is this a supplement or a workout program? I’m a kid so What effects would it have on me? (just a question)

  14. Eva Palmer says:

    I have no idea about the acidic/alkaline subject…
    I am almost never sick ( almost) but tires…yes! too much!
    Hope to learn from you!

  15. Peggy Larson says:

    This is going to be one interesting blog! I’m so interested in food and how it affects the body and metabolism. Have started probiotic beverages recently. Looking forward to your sharing you information.

    Peggy Larson

  16. Gary, I’ll be the first to admit I have absolutely no clue on alkaline and acidic foods and how their balance affects the body and look forward to learning a bunch from your site. Thanks,

    Dewayne Chriswell

  17. Boy, I can’t wait…I could definitely use more energy at times and look forward to doing it in the healthiest most balanced way possible.

    Jen B

  18. Michael says:

    I am very intrested and am looking forward to reading more. I think we feel rundown at some point. good stuff.

  19. Dan Doubroff says:

    Being alkaline is extremely important and should not be ignored – thanks!

  20. Hi Abundant Health,

    What marvelous synchronicity! I have been reading a lot about alkaline and yin/yang foods. I’m looking forward to reading what you’ll be covering and learning from your healthy expertise!

    Happy Dating and Relationships,

    April Braswell

  21. Bryan says:

    I have always heard how important that balance is. I am eager to learn more.

    Sales Expert

  22. Eva Palmer says:

    I hope I can learn more about the alkaline/ acidity diet. I have read several things from american journals but in my country haven’t heard much

  23. Katrina says:

    Sometimes I too am sick and tired of being sick and tired! Very interesting topic! Cant wait to read your future posts! I could most defiantly use more energy sometimes! :))

  24. Chika Nwoko says:


    I know a lot of people who are sick and tired of being sick, and I will have to send them your way. I look forward to reading more about this and related topics on your blog.


    Chika Nwoko

  25. Miyoko says:

    Definitely sick and tired of being sick and tired. So grateful that flu season is ending, and that you’ve shared so many helpful posts.