Healthy habits and tips that prevent disease and keep your mind and body running in tip-top shape.
I have basil growing in a container, and this can be done with other plants as well
Try a cup of Miracle Tea for:
Troublesome hay fever and runny nose,itching and skin rashes,Baldness,Brittle bones and nails,Chronic Headaches,Cold hands and feet, Colds,flu,related symptoms w/vitamin C,Constipation,Fatigue,Heart Trouble, High Blood Pressure, Insomnia, Obesity.
Do an act of kindness each day - it doesn't have to be big, but make it anonymously. Turning our focus out, helps us center on something other than ourselves. It warms the heart and feeds the soul to take care of one another without any ulterior motive! Peace!
DId you know that taking cinnamon every day helps maintain a healthy blood sugar level and improves cholesterol? I take cinnamon tablets, but you can add it to tea, cottage cheese, yogurt etc. But eating cinnamon rolls do not count! LOL
When you are sick with flu or colds or otherwise try the onion remedy. On going to bed cut a onion in half and place it on the table next to your pillow The next morning you will feel better and find that the onion has turned black from drawing the virus from your body. Don't laugh try it and see.
When I have the urge to eat my feelings, or drink them away because they make me uncomfortable, I go do an extra mini-workout first. Then if I still want those fries or that margarita, I have it - but I usually don't want it any more.
Extra exercise and fewer empty calories! Win - win.
The older we get, the more important it is to keep your mind healthy. Take a class, do crossword puzzles, anything to keep the brain involved and thinking!
I love sodas, but know that they are not good for us since they have no nutrients whatsoever. I drink at least 1 a day, but no more than 2. When I drink a soda, I drink as much water as was ounces of soda behind.
Drinking water with my meals helps me reach my daily water goal of 8 glasses and helps me stay healthy as well as control my weight.
I have done diet therapy for over 14 years now. Long enough that it should be a pro, but if I keep reading books and information about the diet helps me to stay motivated and it is amazing all the good things I learn.