Health Tips for Everyday

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  1. Drink 8+ oz of RO filtered, Spring Water or Hydrogen Water first thing in the morning
  2. Exercise, do something you enjoy, after do “legs up the wall” for 5 to 20 minutes, stretches your back and rests your heart
  3. Clean your lymph system using any or all: dry brushing, rebounding, vibration board, lymph massage
  4. Always leave at least 3 hours after you eat to lay down and go to sleep.
  5. Your body heals during sleep, starting at 10:00 PM and every hour of sleep before 10:00 PM is worth 2 hours of sleep in the morning, also, when you wake up in the morning, get up right away, don’t roll over and try to go back to sleep, that will make you feel sluggish all day
  6. To help you fall asleep a good practice is Dr. Weil’s breathe in 4, hold 7, out 8 holding your tongue at the roof of your mouth, do 5 repetitions
  7. Shower at least 3 times per week, finish with cold water rinse to close your pores, seal hair follicles and invigorate your body
  8. Fiber, soak 3 tablespoons of flax seeds and 3 tablespoons of rolled oats overnight and blend into your daily smoothie
  9. Note on Flax: Flax seeds and oil go rancid easily, never buy already ground, grind fresh and keep oil in dark, cold, refrigerated
  10. Greens powders to boost nutrient intake- Barleans Greens Chocolate Silk and Strawberry Kiwi, Moringa, Broccoli– add to smoothies, add to sauces, blend into baking or glazes.
  11. Flax Oil Cottage Cheese Chocolate Cheesecake Whip, have with your smoothie or as a healthy snack. 6 tbs cottage cheese, 3 tbs flax oil, blend to smooth and no oil seen with immersion blender, add one scoop chocolate greens powder, blend to combine. This is part of the Budwig Diet and is curative for many diseases.
  12. Collagen, use powders, bone broths and gelatin for skin, joints, ligaments and gut healing. We produce less and less of our own by age 30, get better absorption by your body combining with vitamin C
  13. Enzymes- our bodies produce less and less, as we age, eat as many raw foods as you can, they contain the enzymes needed for digestion
  14. Eat a handful of nuts per day to keep blood vessels flexible
  15. Eat mushrooms every day, there are powder drinks too, mushrooms contain some of the most powerful natural medicines on the planet
  16. Healthy fats: for cooking coconut oil, avocado oil for consuming cold olive oil, flax oil
  17. Healthy sweetener alternatives: stevia, xylitol, monk fruit powder
  18. Sauerkraut is very healthy, make homemade or purchase raw with live probiotics
  19. If not vegetarian keep meats to small portions, avoid red meat (beef & pork)
  20. If cooking beans, use dry beans, soak overnight with baking soda, pressure cook to remove lectins
  21. Above ground veggies are better for you than root veggies, buy organic whenever possible, fresh or frozen, not canned. Canned tomato and olives are an exception, buy in a jar rather than a can.
  22. Carrot juice freshly made and unpasteurized is a concentrated source of vitamin A, C, K, B6 and potassium. When juicing it is not necessary to buy organic produce, the pesticides and other sprays remain in the fiber and should be disposed of.
  23. Food combining for digestion: fruit alone, meat with vegetables or grains/starches with vegetables. If you are stuck with a meal that has both protein and starches, add legumes to turn starches into a complete protein
  24. Grains, choose whole grains; soak overnight, sprout 1-3 days, pressure cook, refrigerate overnight after cooking to create prebiotic fiber.
  25. Seeds/Nuts, soak overnight for smoothies or nut butters, soak overnight and dehydrate for snacking
  26. Herbal tea, ginger or pepperment aids digestion and settles upset stomach, hawthorne leaf helps repair your heart, astragalus and olive leaf boost your immune system, chamomile and tulsi are calming and help relieve stress, dandelion is good for your liver
  27. Avoid cow dairy, choose goat milk, coconut milk, almond milk, soy milk instead
  28. Don’t drink during your meal, dilutes digestive juices, small amount of ginger or peppermint tea, or Merlot will aid digestion
  29. 30 minutes after a meal to aid digestion drink chai tea, cinnamon clove tea or Merlot
  30. Meditation: breathing deeply and concentrating on breaths, use guided meditation apps, reading works too
  31. Be social, spend time with friends and family
  32. Air, use ionizers, air cleaners, get fresh air/open windows/go outside, salt air at sea
  33. Snacks: raw nuts, raw veggie sticks, sometimes non-gmo or organic chips refrigerated overnight corn or potato
  34. Treats: blender custard recipes work for pudding and ice cream base or use non-gmo corn starch and cook on the stove, just use the healthy sweeteners and or the Barleans greens powders listed and milk alternatives. Cookies, muffins, cakes, pancakes can be made with almond flour – recipes on Pinterest.
  35. Grounding/Earthing: walk barefoot in the grass, on the beach, on cement or use a grounding mat.
  36. Intermittent Fasting: can be done daily to lose weight and to allow more healing time for your body. Stop eating by 6:00 PM and don’t eat again until 10:00 AM except for clear liquids for a 16 hour fast daily.
  37. Body products and house cleaning products, swap for natural, chemical free products.
  38. Give thanks, be grateful.

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