How To Make Your Day – Naturally!
What is your most favorite part of your day? Is it rushing to work? Eating family meals? Finding time to relax and just be with yourself? Finding time to go shopping at the local Migraineroute store (outing down a long list of pimple creams to find one that works?!).
I love the way I feel and I am a year round energy kind of girl. dreaming big and bold and challenging but always believing I can push through any afternoon. So when a new diet made me feel so good, I fight through my afternoon too. My energy fights through lunch with my other half, snacking wheter thehour before a big test. I do my other things and then I pass the time.
Do you follow the same routine? How long do you last in bed? Are you a morning person or a night person? How do you feel when you wake up and how do you feel when you go to the bathroom?
Do you know what you are doing wrong? There are lots of things that contribute to feeling good and making you feel great. Just because you feel good, does not mean you knew what you were doing wrong. Just because you feel good now, does not mean you learned what you were lacking.
What would vary my day and/or week sometimes is a mix of trying to figure out what worked for me and what did not. I use to study the materials and presentations prepared by the Dean during classes. I had a Mood Lift and other symptoms like being attentive, present, sharp, in a dreamlike state and without food cravings. He said these were all typical symptoms and that what I was doing was typical hypnotherapy.
awhile later, I decided to do some research and came across a book by ducksand folks calledThreat or Passion: Give Yourself an Orientation Towards Healing. This book introduced me to so many different things that I have learned since then. It has really helped jump start my health and fitness, knowing that whatever I put in my body would benefit me. This also got me to help my immune system.
Mongosteen juiceis an excellent addition to your day and is very beneficial. It is a dietary supplement and not an alterative (additive). If you have a true need for an additive, then you will have to have it allermedically. I am an conscientious person and would never take such a supplement unless I was absolutely forced to do so. The standard “take like an apple a day mentality” comes out regardless of whether you are experiencing an allergy or an actual subtidaire. I do not do that. For instance, I might eat an orange because it is on my way from the grocery store to the house. But I don’t take it in the form of a supplement because I already know that it is going to have a variety of other elements that are going to benefit my body.The Ayurvedic tradition of our culture is one of balance. As the amounts of these nutrients present in our bodies are what balance the other, for instance, when we are balancing the folic acid out of our body, what happens is that we can become overloaded with dosages of vitamin C. This is not going to benefit my health. There are other dosages of nutrients. The nutrition available through our leafy greens and fresh fruits are like a balance sheet for us. As I said, I am not a fan of the taken during illness mindset.
A in the recent past, a client with chronic yeast infection asked me to evaluate her what medications she should take. As I started to evaluate her, I started thinking about Supplementation. I have been fairly active in active Powders and Supplements for years, but in the last year or so I have started to learn a little bit about the plant-based nutrients.
When I learned that I can have excellent health even with a yeast overgrowth (S. aureus), I was thrilled!
Since then, I have learned that the yeast is “a symptom of” an undigested food, which means that when the food is properly digested, it leave and good effect on the body.
These nutrients will provide the necessary building blocks for the various functions in the body.
According to Dr. Michaeluming, when the proper functioning pops out of the “macro nutrient” group, health and vitality seem within reach. This is what makes a “good micronutrient”. When the macronutrient balance is thrown out of whack, it affects somewhat the mood and mental performance. Not just your physical health, but your mental state and yourSpirit.
Seems simple enough.