If someone had walked up to me years ago and told me I’d be the owner of a company one day, I would’ve told them they were crazy. Not me, no way! Today, that’s precisely what I am, the founder of Maty’s Healthy Products. And I believe it was all part of a plan.
Hi, my name is Carolyn Harrington, and I am passionate about life, health, and helping others. When my daughter was born with major heart defects, my life journey took a dramatic turn. I was suddenly faced with becoming her health advocate.
I had to take action to help her heal. (You can read Maty’s Story here.) With two children at home, and one with significant medical issues, life decided to throw me yet another curve ball. I was diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis and suffered from debilitating back pain. I was in constant pain, and it took me 15 minutes just to get out of bed in the morning.
To help my daughter (and myself) get healthy, I began devoting my time to researching natural remedies that would assist in strengthening our immune systems. It quickly became my passion. It wasn’t until I learned a form of applied kinesiology called muscle testing that I realized I had an efficient way to improve natural remedies by making them even more powerful.
As a result of my research, I began creating a line of health products that were naturally safe and effective. Today, I am virtually pain-free. I no longer have Rheumatoid Arthritis and my daughter, Maty, is a healthy young woman. There is so much to learn about disease and the human body.
I’ve learned firsthand about the mind, body, and spirit connection. Now I’m on a mission to help others heal too. My products are just one way to help you get healthy and stay that way, but I also believe we all have the power to heal.
Yes, we all have an innate ability to heal our bodies, but many people have forgotten how. That’s why I began writing my blog: CarolynHarrington.com – The Art of Healing. I want to share my knowledge with you, so you can begin your healing process and start living a healthy, vibrant life.
My story is not a sad one. Your story shouldn’t be either.