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"There’s good evidence that emotional, spiritual, and social factors are all important for longevity," says Gary Small, M.D.
We must consider our choices and habits in lifestyle as well as our food and environmental habits, to understand why we get sick, why some persons live healthily and others seem to be challenged continually. T his is just a beginners list of how to live better, stronger, longer and more abundantly.
Laughter is the Best Medicine: Learn to tell jokes, and keep company with story and joke tellers. Watch funny films, Laughing unleashes endorphins that make us and keep us feeling good.
Smile More: smiling reduces stress and changes our mood and drives down stress hormones. You’ll feel better, and so will the people around you.
Read More: TV less. Strain your brain some, learn something new. Get a new perspective on life. And use games to exercise your mind and to open your sense of curiosity.
Spend Time With Friends: Strong friendships – family or not- is central to good health and well being. Knowing we have someone to count on and are connected to wards off loneliness, depression, and mental illness.
Have a Happy Marriage: Studies reveal that happily married couples live longer, have fewer health problems, are happier and have more money. That strong bond of love increases each partners sense of value.
Restful Sleep: Create a routine that allows you to go to sleep easily. Sleeping for 8 hours, in a cool dark quiet space. Healing of the body and the renewing of the immune system occurs early in the nighttime hours. Try to always be in bed by 10 PM. Believe in God: Going to Church, Praying and having a trusting relationship with God brings psychological benefits, including the reduction of stress and anxiety, promotes a positive outlook and strengthens ones’ will to live and our enjoyment of life.
Positive Attitude: Put the past behind you, put regrets in the trash. Know that your life is beautiful and of great value. The future is even more wonderful. Push ahead, one day at a time. Make decisions from an attitude of gratitude.
Go On And Cry: Crying relieves stress and releases toxins. Some believe it boosts the immune system and helps with healing. 90% of responders in a survey reported feeling better after a good cry.
Drink Filtered Water: Municipal water has chlorine, fluoride and many other chemicals that are damaging to the immune systems and to the body’s systems. Then think about how water gets to your faucet: Concrete, lead, and plastic pipes.
Choose Smarter Snacks: Almonds, berries, raisins, fresh fruit, and dark-dark chocolate. Carrots, celery, and kale in a green smoothie. Dried fruits. More Water!
Exercise Daily: Exercise keeps you young, energized, and strong. It is your 2nd line of defense against heart attack and diabetes, and is great for the lymph and digestive systems.
Take Vitamins Daily: Only by taking a good multi-vitamin and multi-mineral supplement daily can you get all the nutrients your body needs to function properly and keep the immune system able to fight off acute and chronic illness.
Get up Early: Go to bed early and de-stress from the day. Wake early, stretch, breathe in the clean early morning air. Also, this is the best time to exercise.
Avoid Allergens: Research show that 78% of Americans have an allergic reaction to foods. 90% of the time the allergy will be to one or more of these common foods. Milk, cheese, wheat, nuts, soy, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, or eggs. If you have an adverse reaction to a food, stop eating it. No amount of medicine can undo the damage caused by eating something that disagrees with you.
Remove Toxins From Home: Spray air fresheners, chemical cleaning supplies, bug sprays, aluminum and Teflon or other coated cooking utensils, PVC, certain toothpastes, shampoos, dish washing liquids and nail polish removers.
Eat Only Clean Foods: Rid your body and your home of all Processed foods, and foods containing saturated fats, artificial colors and artificial sweeteners. Get rid of food-in-a-box, micro-waved foods, instant add-water foods, processed meats, fish sticks, hotdogs, meatballs, chips and other snack foods. Stay away from commercially baked goods and frozen dinners. Eat only healthful clean foods.
Drink More Tea: Studies prove that both green and black teas add more antioxidants to our body. Anti-oxidants are the key to removing harmful molecules called free radicals. This is our protection from chronic diseases such as cancer, heart disease, stroke, cataracts, arthritis and Alzheimer’s disease.
Eat less meat: Even though we’ve been socialized to eat meat and drink animal’s milk, research proves over and over that eating animal protein causes many health problems, among them cancer and premature death.
Eat more fish: Eating wild caught fish such as Salmon 3 – 4 times per week is a excellent source of brain and heart healthy Omega-3 fatty acids, and vitamins and minerals which are beneficial to our health in general. Farmed fish are raised in disease and parasite – waste filled pens, and feed antibiotics. Remember, Health is a Choice!.
Carolyn Guilford is a former Critical Care Nurse, certified in Cardiology and Hematology. She consults on Diabetes and Cancer Nutrition, having matriculated the NBCCF’s Project LEAD, AASU, GSU, University of Kansas, NIH, and has earned National Certification in Nutrition consulting and wellness.
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Health Restoration Consulting
P.O. Box 2814, Savannah, GA 31402 or call (912) 236-8987