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Many people with severe illnesses would give anything for a single day of perfect health.
1.Drink water, lots of it. Let go of coffee as a daily drink, let it be occasional instead. It causes nutrient deficiencies and impacts the quality of your digestion.
2.Work on your emotional health. It is just as important if not more so, than your physical health. Avoid alcohol. It is a depressant that affects your entire nervous system.
3.Eat plants, a lot and every day. Minimise or eliminate gluten, it inflames our intestines. Eliminate all refined sugar.
4.Eat real chocolate, raw chocolate often avoiding processed, refined and sugared imitations. Learn how to be mindful in each moment so you don't miss out on the magic of life from thinking too much.
5.Integrate super-foods into your diet regularly. Stretch when you wake up. Balance your blood sugar by eating small meals often. This avoids huge energy highs and lows.
6.Eat seaweed often. Do less, live more. We are not here on earth to become more and more efficient. Choose brown rice over white every time.
7.Go organic if you can. Shop at an outdoor market rather than a supermarket. Mix it up and get more variety or exotic fruits, veggies or traditional meals in your diet. Most of us wind up eating very similarly to our parents which may (or may not) be a good thing.
8.Rely on whole foods for your nutrition rather than supplements. Be authentically you in all situations at all times.
9.Move your body in a way that you enjoy every day (or almost every day). Breathe deeply as often as you can.
10.Eat more nuts and seeds. Walnuts, hazelnuts, brazil nuts, macadamia nuts, almonds, pistachios, pecans, sunflower seeds, chia seeds and pepitas. Think more about what you can ADD to your diet first rather than focusing on what you want to take away. This will minimise feelings of deprivation.