LISA’s Guide to Healthy Living And Daily Lifestyle Regiments and Healthy Holistic Practices:
Healthy Living is each individual person creating a healthy lifestyle, by balancing both physical and mental health to function together and Improve the quality of life, longevity and healthy aging.
Many factors affect your health, such as your genetic makeup or your age, one has the ability to change your healthy living through making changes to you daily lifestyle such as nutrition, daily diet, mediation and breathing exercises, sleep, exercise, and preventive alternative medicine such as yoga, massage, acupuncture and natural herbal supplements and natural remedies. By taking steps toward a healthy living, one can reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer, stroke and other serious diseases and ailments.
Water is THE most important resource, a necessity essential to maintain a healthy body, clear mind and an essential nutrient to survive . All the body reactions need water, need to cool and remove wastes and stay hydrated.We are composed of about 70% water or more depending on the individual.We can live very few days without water, other fluids and beverages make up 80-90% of daily water intake. Stay Hydrated with water: Mineral, Akaline, Electrolyte, Natural Spring , Sparkling and Coconut Water. Need to drink at least 8-10 glasses a water a day, more if you workout.
Sleep is crucial for the mind, body and spirit to recuperate mentally and physically, especially at least 6-9 hours of uninterrupted sleep.
Meditation & Breathing Exercises everyday clears the mind, body & spirit, at least 10 minutes up to 1 hour before you get up in the morning is the best time and set an intention to meditate and to clear your head and start the day fresh, positive, radiant & inspiring to bring that light to your day will make a difference throughout the day.
Vegetables contain 90% water, 10% solids, vegetables are good source of minerals and benefits the blood and tissues
Daily Diet and Regiment: Eating 3-5 fruits a day along with 3-5 Cooked Vegetables a Day and Cooking and Steaming and Foods with natural/healthy oils such as Coconut, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Sesame, Avocado, and Almond and Sunflower Oil and natural butter like Ghee .
Avoid cooking or eating Canola Oil, Vegetable Oil and Margarine.
Implementing healing foods and spices there are many here are few add to your diet such as: Sage ,Basil, Parsley, Cilantro, Oregano, Rosemary, Thyme, Turmeric, Anise, Cumin, Coriander, Garlic,Ginger,Cayenne Pepper, Black Pepper, Natural Sea Salt or Himalayan Salt, Cinnamon, Cardamon, Clove, and Sesame Seeds.
Everyone young and old should take a multivitamin it is essential and necessary daily to balance your body. It is best to take it in the am with food much better absorbed and digested never take it on an empty stomach. Megafoods is a organic and good brand made in US available for women and men.
Teas are very Healthy, Beneficial and Medicinal for the body such as Detox Tea, Peppermint, Lemon, Ginger, Moringa, Reishi, Chamomile, Hibiscus, Berry,
Green Teas and more see www. traditionalmedicinals.com and
Maintaining a healthy portion size control, not overeating, healthy snacks, eating small meals throughout the day 3-5 meals, not eating too late, at least 2 hours before you go to sleep.
Your body needs protein, essential amino acids about 40-80 grams depending on male or female, genetics can be found in: dairy products eggs, nuts, seeds, legumes, all types of beans, eggs, sweet potatoes, purple potatoes, beets, tofu, whole grains, green leafy vegetables, spinach, kale, grains, vegetables such asparagus, cabbage, mushrooms, avocados, soy foods, fish, poultry and lean organic meats and bone broth.
Carbohydrates , a type of macro nutrient are important for the body needed are three types of carbohydrates: sugar, starch and fibers founds that found in: vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds whole grains, dairy products, breads, rice, potatoes and pasta, brown/whole wheat is better than white flour, unless you are gluten intolerant and have chronic digestive issues.
Nuts are important for the brain and body such as walnuts, almonds, brazil nuts, pecans, pistachios, cashews, macadamia nuts, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, hazelnuts, peanuts and various other types.
Sources of Foods that have Vitamins and Minerals: Calcium and Choline: that is found in Eggs, milk ,tofu, cheese, yogurt, legumes
Copper & Iron:Legumes,Soybeans, Lentils, Spinach, Eggs, Beans, Seafood, Nuts, Dried Fruit Magnesium:Found in Legumes &Green Vegetables,Whole Wheat,Nuts, quinoa Potassium: Vegetables, Bananas, Potatoes, Grains Phosphorus: Found in Eggs, Beans,Dairy Products,Tofu,Nuts,Fish and Meats Sodium: Found in Natural Sea Salt, Himalayan Salt, SeaWeed. Fiber and Folic Acid: Found in Plant food, oatmeal, lentils, peas, beans, vegetables and fruits.
Natural Remedies, Spices and Natural Herbal Supplements: Always Check with Medical Doctor if have any Chronic Diseases, or Taking any Blood Thinners or are Pregnant: It is Best to Avoid taking an prescription or pain medicine, NSAIDS can cause liver dysfunction, damage, & an elevation of liver enzymes, & drug side effects. It is much Safer, Healthier & Beneficial to take Natural Herbal, Medicinal Supplements such as Turmeric (raw form used for cooking or take 1-2 capsule supplements with food) It is a powerful antioxidant, natural antiseptic, antibacterial, anti inflammatory it is good for arthritis and joints/digestive/ depression/chronic illnesses,preventive and blocking cancer to lowering risk of brain,heart diseases and more research is in progress on its medicinal properties. Another supplement is Nattokinase which is good for cardiovascular and circulatory and helps regulate blood pressure, atherosclerosis ,help with cancer cells, fibroids and more research in progress on ts medicinal properties. Taking a organic multivitamin daily in addition add, moringa, reishi or cordyceps to your daily diet.
Taking the necessary Vitamins in your diet if you are not eating enough vegetables vitamin A found in beets, avocados, mushrooms, sweet potatoes, spinach kale, arugula.) B complex (Found in whole grain, fortified products, cereals, bread, grains, dairy, soy products, potatoes, fruits, fish,meats,) B1,B2,B3, B5, B6, B7, B12 Vitamin C,D, E,K, Zinc, (Found in Legumes, brussel sprouts, cereals, nuts, fish, diary product, flax and chia sees,sesame seeds, Citrus juices, natural vegetable oils: olive, coconut, sesame, avocado. For more information see website link below and under Articles there are scientific articles attached.
Thank you. Namaste.
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