1. We are what we eat, digest and assimilate.
Be mindful of what you are eating. Limit processed foods and foods high in sugar. I often suggest to my clients each time you eat, have a serve of Protein (lean meat, fish, chicken, eggs, tofu/tempeh, raw unsalted nuts) and “Plant Matter” (fresh fruit, salad and veggies). I call it “The Protein and Plant Matter Diet”. Eating 5 small meals per day (breakfast, morning tea, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner) is often more suitable for people than eating 3 large meals. The serve of protein suggested is the size and thickness of the palm of your hand. When possible buy organic, or at least no hormone, no antibiotic meat/chicken/eggs.
“Plant Matter” – 3 -4 handfuls of each salad and veggies per day, and 3 serves of fruit per day. Again, organic when possible or at least spray free.
Nuts – a small handful a couple of times per day make a fantastic snack.
Cook with olive or coconut oil. Most people are better without wheat and wheat based products
If you suspect any food allergies or intolerances or you just can’t work out the best way for you to eat, please call me. I can test you on the Asyra Bio-resonance and help you determine any food allergies/intolerances or a specific way of eating that will suit your body and your energy needs. Please don’t buy into the latest fad diet – chances are it won’t suit you.
2. Drink minimum 2 litres of filtered water per day
Remember, this is the number one anti-aging health tip you can adopt
3. Get a good night’s sleep
Some people are fine with 6 hours sleep per night, some people need 8 hours sleep. No matter how many hours you need or get, make sure it is good quality restorative restful sleep. If you’re not getting a good night’s sleep, just know that there are many natural herbal and nutritional formulas to help. In my previous post especially on sleep, I put in a link for a fantastic meditation that is working a treat to help people get to sleep and stay asleep, often for the first time in a long time.
4. Tune into what your body is trying to tell you – don’t ignore symptoms
Remember trying to kid yourself “it will go away” isn’t a good strategy to deal with symptoms. Symptoms are a way that your body is letting you know that something is out of balance. Get a health check. Seek out Professional Health Practitioners that can help you address the symptoms so you can enjoy your life.
5. Exercise – if you don’t use it, you lose it
Regular exercise is fantastic to boost your energy and metabolism which helps you to manage your weight; keeps your body healthy fit and strong; is excellent to keep you in a positive mood; and promotes the release of the anti-aging hormone, HgH. These are enough reasons to motivate you to get your body moving.
6. Relax and manage stress
Following all the above steps will set you well on your way to managing stress. Add in the regular opportunity for some times of stillness and YOU time. SMILE and be grateful for the things you do have in your life. Most of all enjoy your life and have fun!!
7. Take Action!!
We can have all the knowledge in the world, but unless we take action, we are no further ahead to achieving our goals of Life with Vibrant Health and Wellbeing.