|Dr. Peter Dingle is one of Australia's most sought after researchers, educators, and motivational speakers. Click here for his website.|
After hearing comments from other passengers that Dr. Peter Dingle's 9 am lectures on health and wellness were more than enriching and also highly entertaining with his easy style, we were intrigued.
As it turned out, we decided to prepare the post later in the day in order to attend Dr. Peter's presentation on "gut health" of particular interest to me. With residual effects remaining after the two-week antibiotic treatment ending in March as a result of 16 months of discomfort with the helicobacter pylori infection, we were both anxious to hear what he had to say.
|Dr. Peter has published several books that can be found on his website.|
Plus, after many comments on the topic, I assumed our readers may be tired of reading about it. Alas, since we boarded the ship 16 days ago, I've struggled with the food, experimenting through a process of elimination which hasn't been easy with my already restrictive diet. Layering one strict diet over another is challenging.
On several occasions, we watched the replay of Dr. Peter's other presentations on the TV in our stateroom while we were getting ready to go out for the evening. In each of those presentations, we saw a pattern mimicking the way of eating and lifestyle we've adopted over the years. Could this fine man have a solution for me beyond what I've tried thus far?
|Dr. Peter's focus on alternative medicine has inspired him to write several books.|
I was determined that if it took hours for him to get to me, I'd wait patiently in the Cafe Promenade. Shortly after his presentation ended, I headed to the cafe bringing along my laptop in order to work on the day's post. In no time at all, I was seated at a booth/table with three other passengers with questions while we each shared our stories.
Ironically, many of our conditions and symptoms were similar and collectively we learned possible solutions befitting our needs. After the group presentation, Dr. Peter focused on my dilemma leaving me with a litany of potential solutions to this ongoing issue. I was very grateful.
|Another of Dr. Peter's intriguing book topics.|
I won't list his suggestions here right now to avoid attempting to offer medical advise when I'm not a medical professional. However, many of them may be found on his website and Facebook page.
No words can express how grateful we are to have received what we perceive as valuable and meaningful advice. Once we arrive in Kona, Hawaii tomorrow, we'll be heading to a local health store to purchase some added products that hopefully will get me on the right path to healing.
Thank you, Dr. Peter Dingle...surely your informative and valuable suggestions will inspire many passengers to rethink their lifestyles and adopt a cleaner and more beneficial manner of eating, exercising, reducing stress and dealing with a wide array of physical conditions.
Photo from one year ago today, May 6, 2016:
|Sorry, this Bali photo wasn't clear. We were too far away and my hands were unsteady after witnessing the dog shot being shot. This guy picked up the dead dog by one hind leg and placed him in a laundry bag as he carried him away. Wild dogs are often shot for rabies control in Bali. For more details, please click here.|