1. Avoid Pharmaceuticals. There I said it. I would rant more about the pharmaceutical industry, yet I think all I have to say is that they are not looking out for your best health. They are better at “disease management,” rather than health and healing. So if you are looking to heal your illnesses or improve your health, please seek natural alternatives.
2. Eat a living plant daily. No, not the fern that is your living room! I am talking about leafy greens, such as spinach, kale, red leaf lettuce, etc. Another live plant that most of us have forgotten about are Sprouts. Sprouts are filled with essential minerals and vitamins, amino acids, fiber and enzymes. They are the cheapest and most convenient source of complete nourishment. Please stay tuned for my next article on the best ways to grow your own sprouts!
3. Move! Sitting or standing in one spot for too long is not good for us. So, what do we do if we have to work long hours? It’s important to give yourself a “Move Break.” Pick a way of moving that is most convenient for you. Move your muscles, stretch your ligaments and joints, and flex your spine. Be consistent. During the day light hours I don’t go more than two hours at a time while sitting or standing without a “move break.” My move breaks often consists of stretching, walking, lifting small weights or cleaning something. Please don’t let five hours go by without moving!
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I am a fanatic when it comes to uncovering the truths and the falsities to sound nutrition and good health. When we use a little common sense we can back up anything, yet there is always room for debate.