Archive Monthly Archives: February 2016

Healthy Eating Tip #9

Nature speaks to the idea that there is an ebb and flow to all creation. The sun rises; the sun sets. The seasons come; the seasons go. The tide comes in; the tide goes out. The waves crash on the shore; they gently recede.

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Our bodies are made to embrace this same type of ebb and flow. We are to push into stress, and then pull back. Intermittent fasting fits very nicely into this model. There’s a time for plenty, and a time for fasting.

In This Post:

  • Why intermittent fasting packs a lot of bang for the health-building buck
  • How to get started with regular fasting…

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Healthy Eating Tip #8

It’s crucial to be in the right frame of mind in order to properly digest our meals, and to ingest the nutrients from our food. Any form of mental/emotional stress is detrimental to our assimilation of nutrients.

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Our autonomic nervous systems have two sides: “fight or flight” and “rest and digest.” When we’re in “fight-or-flight” mode, our bodies delay non-urgent activities to address the more urgent task of getting us out of danger.

In This Post:

  • Why your autonomic nervous system affects digestion
  • How to absorb those expensive nutrients in the organic food you eat….

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Healthy Eating Tip #7

Prior to WWII, all farmers were organic. They didn’t call it “organic,” they just called it “farming.”

After the war, however, chemical pesticides and fertilizers (their constituents had been developed for chemical warfare) really took over the agriculture sector.

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In This Post:

  • Why certified organic is worth it
  • How to be a smart organic shopper
  • How to save money on organic food….

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Healthy Eating Tip #6

Except for air, water is our most important nutrient. We can go for weeks without food, but we can only survive for a few days without water.

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Let’s start off with talking about water quality. City water in the United States is mostly free from bacteria and parasites. However, the chlorine used to disinfect the water is very harmful.

So adding chlorine to the city water supply is a very good idea. Not removing it before we drink it is a very bad idea.

In This Post:

  • Best sources of water
  • When and how to effectively consume water….

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