For years, Lucky and Erin Ivy say, they were living proof of the phrase “you can’t see the forest for the trees.” “We were living in Texas and both working high-pressure, 10- to 12-hour days, six days a week,” says Erin. “I worked in property management and Lucky ran a division of a multi-million-dollar lightweight concrete company. He was overweight and needed medication for high blood pressure.” Then in 2004 – the day after returning from a sailing adventure in Placencia, Belize – Lucky made a routine trip to the doctor’s office. “His blood pressure was normal. The doctor was shocked,” says Erin.
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