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Distressed?

Distressed?

If this is you on Monday morning then it might cross your mind that you are prone to a few bad habits.

Most people think they choose to eat the food they eat because they like the taste.

What if you were just being a creature of habit? What if your so called good taste was merely habitual eating patters which could and maybe should be changed.

Do you want to be a slave to your bad habits? Or would you rather wean yourself off the addictive way of eating you have grown used to and get your energy back. Like anything that involves change, it’s not that easy to do. Plus falling by the wayside is almost inevitable a couple of times. Each time you pick yourself up and carry on. You become stronger. Your accumulation of good nutrients starts to make a difference. It gets easier! As you feel better you have more motivation.

I’m a great watcher of people. My observation is that most people don’t have a clue about what is good to eat and what is manufactured food with very little nutrition in each mouthful. I like lists, so here’s a list for Monday morning. See if you can add ALL of these into your diet this week.  

  • Flaxseed – full of Omegas 3 6 & 9 plus good amounts of magnesium.
  • Chia Seeds – full of omegas 3 6 & 9 plus high levels of magnesium
  • Brazil nuts – high in antioxidants selenium, thiamine, copper and magnesium 1 – 2 a day
  • Broccoli – lightly steamed, adequate fibre promotes regularity crucial for the daily excretion of toxins through the bile and stool
  • 100g of olive oil has 14mg of vitamin E and 62mcg of vitamin K so 7 tbsp. provides 93% of the daily recommended allowance of vitamin E and 59% of vitamin K. Traces of iron, calcium, potassium and sodium
  • Pure water – buy a filter to remove the chlorine, plus  a filter for the shower too

Not forgetting a positive mental attitude and an attitude of gratitude. What you think influences how healthy you are! Contact me for more information and make some life changing decisions today