What Does that Mean?
No time like the 21st Century have our health become our highest priority. A main area for millions of people in North America and around the world. Our bodies are been bombarded with many chemicals, air-borne pollutants, particle dust and viruses that we cannot see with the naked eye.
Unfortunately, we assume that Big Corporations in the Food Industry and Food Manufacturers really do have our best interest at heart. Many of us are guilty of this and so am I. We really want to give Food Manufacturers and Suppliers including the Hundreds of supermarkets our trust and the key to our health. Why do we do this? We as humans have so many other things to worry about in our daily lives, we lead a busy lifestyle in the 21st Century.
We have our own lives to think about, then if we are in a relationship we are concerned about our partners, then if we have children we are very, very concerned. Then if we still have our parents alive with us today, we become even more overwhelmed by all the responsibilities of each and everyone nearest and dearest to us.
All this consumes us and it can often feel like we are carrying five hundred pounds on our backs. The best thing for us in following a healthy lifestyle is to read as much as you can, Journal what you eat and how you feel everyday.
My Best advice is to customize the recipes you find online or elsewhere that you will use for yourself and your family to better suit you and your body.
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Since I was a small child and now at 44 Years Old, I have loved the Mint Plant for it’s ability to soothe and calm my body, soul and spirit.
“Traditionally used as a herbal tea, peppermint relieves nausea and vomiting.”
Lavender essential oil is and exceptional remedy to use on burns, cuts and stings. Its healing and antiseptic properties stop pain and speed up the skin’s healing process. Its analgesic properties help soothe tired, sore muscles and relieve the inflammation of insect bites. Relaxing and balancing for both mind and body, this essential oil aids sleep and benefits the immune system.
A common item that can be found in most households
Ginger root is something that many people have on hand in the kitchen. It has been clinically shown to prevent and relieve nausea and vomiting. A fast and effective digestive aid, ginger root tea helps with indigestion and lack of appetite. Also acts a great pain reliever. The tea is also effective as expectorant to relieve congestion from bronchitis, the common cold and the flu.