Apples are a good start to keeping the doctor away. But be sure to mix and match the colors of other fruits and vegetables to help create an age-defying eating plan.
When the outside world is stressful, find inner bliss.
Find your centre so that you can be a pillar of Light.
You’ve been to your doctor’s office and all of your blood work has come back within normal range. But you know something is “off.” You’re experiencing fatigue, sleep issues, mood swings, weight gain, breakouts, belly bloat, and brain fog. You have no energy. This can’t be normal!
If you’re on a path towards increasing your health, you’ve probably been brushed up against the idea that eating more veggies is going to help. It doesn’t have to be an all or nothing decision, at least not at first.
There’s no “secret” to weight loss. In fact, you could probably come up with a list of 10 things that you can do right now to start achieving your goals. Be accountable to yourself and review some of the basic rules to boosting your weight loss.
Let the colours of the rainbow help you relax into a deep meditation.
There is no doubt that what you eat contributes directly to how your brain functions. Communication skills increase, your mood is balanced, you are less forgetful, you have quick wit and your physical performance thrives. Here are some top foods to include in your diet to boost your brain. Add some to your lifestyle daily to ensure that you stay happy.
If you find that you’re looking forward to sleeping more than having some fun between the sheets, your sex drive might need a little boost. And it’s actually quite simple! Start by adding some key foods to your diet to get you back in the mood. It also helps when you’re feeling rested and good in your body.
There are ways that you can get through the Holidays without sabotaging your healthy choices. Read on….