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10 Actions to Take Today to Improve Your Health Tomorrow and Beyond
- Drink more water – purified if possible. Take water with you wherever you go in a BPA free bottle. Create the habit of drinking a glass or 2 first thing in the morning to get a healthy start on your water intake. Benefits include reduced hunger, flushing toxins from your body, fewer headaches and improved energy and muscle tone.
- Start the day with a cup of hot water with fresh lemon, pulp included, to contribute to a more alkaline environment for your body's cells. The benefits include body fat loss, good bone health, and likely improved immunity to cancerous cell growth. Try adding a dash of cayenne for cardiovascular health.
- Avoid heating food in plastic containers in the microwave to prevent toxins from the plastic being leached into your food. Whenever possible skip the microwave and use conventional means, using low temperatures.
- Get rid of toxic pots and pans like Teflon and aluminum. Resurrect your grandmother’s cast iron skillet, or use ceramic or stainless steel.
- Eat 5-6 smaller meals throughout the day, rather than 3 larger ones, to help stabilize your blood sugar, resulting in more even energy.
- Move! Walk, exercise, take the stairs, practice yoga! Every bit of movement counts.
- Eat healthy fats like nuts, flax, avocados, coconut and their oils. Cut back on saturated fats from non-vegetable sources, and eliminate hydrogenated vegetable fats. Most people do not eat enough healthy fats. You’ll feel more satiated too.
- Increase your Vitamin D by getting at least 15 minutes of sunshine daily, eating foods such as fatty fish, eggs, and taking high quality nutritional supplements. Get your blood levels checked with a Vit D 25-OH test.
- Choose foods that are low glycemic - meaning they won't spike your blood sugar. You will feel better, normalize your weight, and take a huge step towards prevention of Type II diabetes.
- Disconnect from EFMs whenever possible, especially before bed and in the bedroom. These are electromagnetic fields produced by our televisions, lights, computers and cell phones, just to name a few. Research shows that EFMs have a negative impact on our cellular health and our sleep patterns.
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