AN INTERVIEW WITH DR BRYCE FLEMING

Dr Bryce Fleming is a sought-after chiropractor, author and professional speaker. Bryce is committed to righting the cause, rather than writing prescriptions following his own personal relationship with food and exercise. After years of doing all the ‘right things’, Bryce discovered his energy was low, he was angry, moody and irritable, and his muscle mass started to waste away. The ‘right things’ weren’t so right after all.

In this interview, Bryce shares that the greatest challenge in his career has been mainstream media creating fear, telling lies and manipulating the public’s beliefs and perceptions. Likewise, the

funniest misconceptions about his line of work is that you can only benefit from lifestyle change if they are sick, want to lose weight or have symptoms. Bryce says, “Anyone can benefit and mostly in ways they could never imagine!”B-1

Hear Bryce’s personal story of transformation and growth.

The best part of my job is…

Hearing the stories of people’s lives transforming as they embrace a new era of health and wellness

I chose to enter this field of work because…

I’m not sure if I chose it, or if I was chosen. Helping people is simply wired in my DNA 🙂

The greatest challenge in my career has been…

The mainstream media creating fear, telling lies and manipulating the public’s beliefs and perceptions. People now days are sick of all the BS and are starting to seek their own truths!

The funniest misconceptions about my industry/company/brand are….

That people think that they will only benefit from lifestyle change if they are sick, want to lose weight or have symptoms. Anyone can benefit and mostly in ways they could never imagine.

The most influential person in my career has been…

Dr James Chestnut who resides in Canada. Smartest dude I have ever met 🙂

If I could give one piece of advice to my 18-year-old self, it would be….

Don’t change a thing. Enjoy the journey because sometimes you have to go through all the bad times to appreciate what is really good in life.

My greatest achievement has been…

My two children

The greatest personal challenge I have over come is…

Moving away from my friends and family

I don’t understand why…

The grass is always greener

I try to relax by…

Playing computer games… Yep, it’s true

My biggest fear is…

Not leaving the world in a better place than when I got here

I can’t live without…

Burpies – KIDDING!!! House music

I really wish I had…

More time in the day

The greatest lesson I have learnt is….

Don’t take yourself too seriously

If I had one super power, it would be….

To have more super powers

If I could invite four people to a dinner party, they’d be…

My wife, Pete Evans (I vote he cooks!) Joe Rogan and Batman.

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More about Bryce

Being pretty much the only ‘fat kid’ in my class, I became really good at doing ‘fat kid things’… video games were my specialty, indoors was my ‘playground’ and Big Mac’s were my achilles heel. Polishing off a Big Mac, large chips, large chicken nuggets and a coke was literally child’s play for me at the age of 8. If fact, I distinctly remember crying and making a scene at the Mc-Counter when my mother refused to buy me a up-sized Big Mac Meal ……..with an extra Big Mac!

Around the age of 14, my best friend (the television) informed me that ‘to lose weight, and get healthy you have to eat low fat foods and exercise… a lot!’.

So I started to do my own research (i.e. more television) and over the next few years I became quite savvy at ‘low fat conscious’ eating and doing lots of long distance running.

Knowing what I know now with this ‘conventional wisdom’ it was not surprising that it was only a matter of time before I started to get sick. Colds and flu’s became the norm along with trips to the doctor. My energy levels were way down, I was angry, moody, and irritable. My muscle started wasting away, I was constipated all the time, I didn’t sleep properly and the acne I was developing was becoming out of control.

It wasn’t until after my struggle through university that I discovered that ‘all the right things’ weren’t the right things at all!

It has now become my life purpose to share my story, inspire and support you in your transformation.

Visit www.alignmenthealth.com.au for more information.

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