Submitted by: Three Treasures Clinic
Try these living well tips that could help you reduce thestresses in your life - body, mind and spirit.
1. Most illnesses are a result of excess toxins in the body.Healing is the elimination or cleansing of these toxins.
2. For every year you live with highstress, you shorten yourlife expectancy by 3 years. If you don\'t have an outlet for yourtrue passion, it costs 6 years. If someone is draining your energydue to constant turmoil and conflict, you lose 8 years.
3. Refined foods or chemicals have no specific function in ourbodies.
4. The more natural, or whole foods are, the easier it is forour bodies to digest and assimilate them. Don't forget to fast,especially when with colds or flu.
5. Get 30 minutes of sun, vigorous exercise; sweat it out, havefun. Drink spring water.
6. Blend a high energy breakfast: 2 tblspns yogurt w/1 banana,apple or pear, 4ozs. of orange or apple juice, 1-2 tblspns yeast, 1tblspn olive oil and 1 tblspn molasses
6. Balance the intake and output of your energy in the form offoods, feelings and work.
8. Good to begin Autumn with a week's cleansing diet of fruitand vegetable juices or a grape fast.
9. Colder weather requires a heat producing nutrient. A foodintake of mainly carbs and proteins will produce the heat youneed.
10. Find your authentic self. You cannot change what you do notacknowledge!
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