“Six years ago I was riddled with pain and didn’t know what was causing it. My conventional doctor offered me a life of pills and pain. That was not acceptable to me, so I dug in and started researching. Eliminating toxins was a huge part of my recovery.
I wrote this book for people with autoimmune disease and inflammation, but really, it’s for everyone. Inflammation is at the root of so many of our diseases. Autoimmune disease, cancer, strokes, heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimers, Parkensons, even depression. What causes inflammation? Amongst other things, the two biggest are toxins and stress. Toxins are everywhere and impacting our health, the health of our children, and the health of our earth. I would like people to eliminate the toxins now and not wait until they get sick and tired of being sick and tired, like I did.”
Each of us can control the toxins in our life. I used to think that our government would protect us, there is too much money flowing so we can’t wait for them or anyone else. We can protect us. Read my book and gain the knowledge to take your health into your own hands and turn the table. The things I share in my book changed my health and my life.
“It’s all about toxic load. Each toxin that is eliminated is one step closer to health.” Many people have shared that eliminating all of these toxins is overwhelming. As a result the book comes with a workbook upon request. The workbook provides a place to list the toxin currently in use in your life, and what you want to replace it with when it runs out. This way you systematically replace all the toxins in your life one by one over time. It also sends a clear message to big food, big drug, and big agriculture that we won’t buy things with the toxins. Since its all about toxic load, each toxin eliminated is a gradual way to a healthy life.” Cheryl M Health Muse (Cheryl Meyer)
You don’t need to live a life of pain and pills.
You control the solution If you follow the things that I did to turn my health around, it will work for you too!
This is a recent review on Amazon.
12/4/17 A review from a book blogger
I suffer from fibromyalgia. Occasionally, it gets really bad. Sometimes, I barely feel it. Most days, it’s bearable. I wanted to read “It Feels Good to Feel Good” because I was hoping to find some helpful tips there, because often I’ve found that in changing my diet, the pain tends to go away, or at least diminish somewhat. But then I eat something “bad” again (not knowing it will be “bad” for me) and the pain is back. “It Feels Good to Feel Good” delivered on its promise. Stress-busting ideas that actually work (I already tried a few), valid lessons about food and how to identify your sensitivities. Just by adopting a few of the strategies mentioned in the book, I’ve already managed to diminish my pain levels since my latest flare up of fibromyalgia, and I’m thankful for that.
If you suffer from chronic pain and you believe, like me, that there’s a way to get rid of it or at least diminish it that doesn’t involve pills, read this book. https://editorcharlene.wordpress.com/
This was sent to me in a recent email
I first want to say thank you and (big hugs). Your book may have saved my life. I won your book btw and would love to praise it if there is a link (Goodreads).
I went to all of my conventional doctors and not one would do any food testing. They all wanted to give me medication based on my symptoms. So I turned to functional doctors as you described in your book and I found an amazing one about 45 minutes away. While I have to pay out of pocket for the visits my insurance actually paid for the lab testing. All of my “normal” lab testing that a functional doctor would do came back well “normal” but the amount of information line by line my functional doctor gave me was amazing.
Moving on to food sensitivity I am blown away. I honestly don’t know what I can eat. My card I take to a restaurant will probably be a small list of 3 things I can eat. Lol. From dairy to gluten to eggs to nuts my panel is in the hot zone. No wonder every time I eat I feel bad. Now because of that both my functional and conventional doctor both want me to see a GI doctor and have an endoscopy just to be sure we can see the whole picture and that’s coming next week.
After the results my conventional doctors will sit down with me with the full case AND get this and with a nutritionist to map out a plan for three months starting to work with me. Based on my food panel the nutritionist will be my best friend (I pray). Based on initial results my conventional doctors suspects leaky gut and wants a completely clean diet.
So in summary for now, you rock, for writing your book! Maybe you’ve saved some of the best years of my life to come. I will keep in touch during and after these three months a D my journey ahead. Without your book I would have never known about any of this. But I knew it had to be food just didn’t understand any of it until now (well at least I’m starting).
Happy new year to you!!! And (hugs) (hugs) (hugs).
This is a professional review that was commissioned by Book Talk Radio, as part of my nomination for Book of the Year
This book is the second nominee for Book Talk Radio Club’s Book of the Year. First too much personal information – my husband and I started trying to eliminate toxins from our lives a few years ago with simple things like if you can’t pronounce an ingredient don’t eat it! I really wish we had this book when we started. The author has taken the tons information out there and put it in one place -AND if that was not enough she will provide a free workbook – just ask – to help you on the path.
The book is broken down into chapters on specific toxins – for example cosmetics, or cleaning supplies or canned goods, or dairy. This made it very easy to stop and start reading and go back and forth between chapters as needed. I have marked several sections to go back and re-read once I am ready for the next step. The author has researched and sourced a lot of information and if you want to read what she did there are 19 pages of end notes and additional resources. She pleasantly wove her own personal story of health throughout the book giving it a nice relatable feeling. For me, the fact that the author is still on the journey and disovering new ideas to help her health, made it a more realistic read.
Whether you are a novice or been on this road for a while, this book has something for you. It Feels Good to Feel Good will be staying on my shelf to re-read as I continue to try and be a healthier person. Jenny R
These are positive reviews on my book
If you want to truly feel better…clean up! Just one tip from Cheryl’s book will change your life. She has written the ultimate source for getting well through detoxification.”Suzy Cohen, RPh Author of “Drug Muggers: Which Medications Are Robbing Your Body of Essential Nutrients and How to Restore Them.”
“You have taken putting soap in the mouth for naughty words …” to a New Level! LOL Who knew we were surrounded by so many toxins.
I’ve pretty much finished your book now working on giving sections to my family and friend that I think will especially appreciate certain chapters! YOU, my Dear, have found your calling, YOU make this rather “dull” subject a Very Good, interesting read, with fun personal touches along the way.
I LOVE your book; I hope people will embrace it. Why worry so much about health care if we keep killing ourselves with poison. We can all start with eliminating the toxins out of our lives. Val Peterson
“As a Functional Medicine Doctor who partners with patients to deal with the root causes of their symptoms, it was a pleasure to read a book that offers such a comprehensive yet simple approach to improve health, reduce inflammation and pain, lose weight and increase energy. This is a great reference to keep in reach on your own journey to optimal wellness. If you are struggling with chronic symptoms like digestive problems, hormonal imbalances, and autoimmune disorders, this book may really help you. It lays out practical tools that you can use right away and at your own pace, everything from how to change your shopping choices to getting more comprehensive medical testing to reduce your toxic burden. Her simple to understand, well researched and easy-to-adopt tools can be helpful to even the busiest among us.” Dr. Shilpa Sayana, Founder and Medical Director, Sayana Wellness Centers
“Cheryl has been not only been an exemplary patient, she has made it her mission to inspire and help others with her experience and knowledge!” Susan Spizer, MTCM, L.Ac.
“She writes like she talks, straight and with passion. What you will read here will surprise you. A helpful read that you will refer back time and time again for reference.” Scott Lee, Master, Body and Brain Yoga, Monrovia
“A friend of mine is a holistic practitioner who swears by the lifestyle. She hasn’t entirely managed to convince me, although I do agree with her on several points, but her being involved in this lifestyle is what drew me toward reading this book. I was pleasantly surprised by how informative, well researched and detailed this book is. When I talked to my friend about some of the topics, she was intrigued to read the book too. I think that you need to have some interest in the topic already before you start reading, and an open mind, but if you have both those things, this book can teach you a lot, and is definitely worth it.” Books are Forever 12/23/17
If you are looking for a good source on healthier lifestyle habits, I HIGHLY recommend “It Feels Good To Feel Good” by Cheryl Meyer.
I have researched and read a lot but there is a lot of conflicting/confusing information out there.
I am learning a lot about how to remove toxins and inflammation from my life physically, mentally and emotionally.I have been exploring different ways to remove toxins (physical, mental, relationships and other) from my life since 2015. I have been battling Colitis since 2009 and Cheryl’s book has helped a lot.
Cheryl did a great job of organizing and consolidating information into an easily digestible book that is enjoyable and fun to read. Bryan Gallinger
Thank you, Cherylmhealthmuse!
“My friend, Cheryl Meyer has written a book that I recently finished called “It feels good to feel good”. It has a lot of common sense solutions (many that you would never think of) to healthy, toxin free living designed around the reduction of inflammation through what you put in and on your body. Most of this is from her personal experience. I know Cheryl to be one of the finest people you’ll ever know. Cheryl’s also a big proponent of “functional medicine”. If you are unfamiliar with this form of medical practice, you need to read her book. It will change the way you think”. Frank Jones
Cheryl’s book is as timely as it is informative. This is an excellent read for those seasoned in the holistic lifestyle as well as those just beginning. There is something for everyone. Her material covers everything from probiotics, house cleaning materials, and abdominal massages, to which teas to drink for better sleep. She has the latest information on metal detoxing and extensive research on the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the food we eat.
Cheryl provides real solutions that can be implemented far beyond the basics with a bend toward functional medicine. I personally ordered three products within hours of reading her book. I’m especially thrilled with the depth of her research around relationships and those that can be toxic. Make sure to read this book and hold onto the “not to miss points” at the beginning of each section.
Shannon Eavenson, Author, & Physical Therapist/Health Coach
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