Nobody is interested in better health until suddenly they no longer have their health. Then for a time, nothing is more important.
People struggle to accept new information about how to improve their health, that doesn't confirm what they already believe. Your health, and who you are as a person, and all the things you believe; are part of "YOU" and you'll go to great lengths to protect your own hard won knowledge from attack. In this way, each of us lives in a self defended fortress.
Once I believed that eating fat made you fat, and caused heart disease. I now know that is wrong. When people told me that their hormones made them fat, I used to laugh, thinking them mistaken. In fact your hormones DO make you fat, particularly in the way insulin and leptin respond in your body. I was wrong. Most (all) of us have been taught how to be healthy, in ways that turn out to be faulty. Hormones influence your weight, BUT you can control hormone response with good knowledge. Hormones also make you regain your normal weight. Understanding how your hormones work is important.
If you suffer from bad health almost certainly the root of that is bad information, inside your fortress. Sadly it's the bad information that you believe, and that you use in your daily life, probably with the absolute conviction that it's making you well, that might in fact be making you sick.
This is a self made trap. The key to unlock that trap is inside yourself, in your knowledge and in what you choose to believe. For instance you may believe that vegetarian diets are good, and that both saturated fats and high cholesterol are bad. Modern science re-examines those three mistaken ideas, and much else. The ability to learn NEW things, is turned on when you become interested. With new knowledge, slowly you can identify and turn off, the bad information that's causing the your health problems.
Nobody can do that for you. Here, I hope, we can encourage you to explore your options.
Are you ready to improve your own knowledge and to actively do some things differently?
If so read on here where I list many educational resources to promote your understanding.
Taking the Responsibility for Your Own Health.