You might say that money isn’t everything, but if you don’t have it, it’s right up there with oxygen. Medical research tells us that financial distress is the number one cause for ill health. This is an alarming fact! Did you know that all major diseases are associated with stress, and that having money problems is the biggest contributor to stress?
We all know fresh foods are good for us, and we all want to eat them, but our forever busy lives makes it somewhat challenging. Breaking through the change is the key to making eating well a part of your everyday lifestyle. Fresh foods are an important part of keeping your body healthy. But if you’re not used to eating fresh foods, they can be difficult to incorporate into your diet. Here are six fail-proof tricks that will help you get started:
Becoming ‘health conscious’ is what everybody is talking about. There is so much advice out there today but how do you work out what’s best for you? For one, I think you you need to learn to listen to your body. Two, remember your grandmothers words – “if you don’t know what’s in it, don’t eat it.” And three, apply common sense first.
The fact is we MUST take care of our bodies in order to live a life full of vitality and just to do the things we want to be able to do.
Today I post an interview from Marie Forleo sharing the importance of really checking what is in the foods you are eating. Surprisingly some foods we assume are healthy, are in fact not.
It’s time to take care of yourself.