6 Steps To Naturally Improve The Quality Of Your Life Now!

Quality of life defined by medicinetnet.com is the patient’s ability to enjoy normal life activities. One of the major struggles for us is living in discomfort and not knowing it. Our foods, every day body care (soaps, lotions, perfumes/colognes, makeup, hair gels, etc.), water, alcohol, smoking, stress, sitting too much, cooking ingredients, and environmental toxins all impact our quality of life.

Step 1:

Go Organic, Grass fed, and Non-GMO. Remove the toxins from your food. Avoid alcohol, caffeine and nicotine, along with preservatives and added sugar. Grass-fed is either you feed the animals grass or you don’t. Organic, involves record keeping, proving that your land has not been exposed to artificial chemicals for at least 3 years, and that everything comes from a certified organic source. Farmers have to pay a USDA official to review their farm yearly. Non-GMO means that your food is not genetically modified. GMOs (genetically modified organisms), is process where a lab creates and grows food by modification/engineering techniques. Foods are not grown naturally. There are many health and environmental risks with foods containing GMOs.

Use this list to find Organic Brands that are sold in your local food stores (http://www.organickitchen.com/food/food.html).

Look for these labels on your food and beverage packaging when shopping:

USDA Organic

Grass Fed

Non-GMO

Look for the sticker number that begins with “9” on Fruits and Vegetables which indicates organic.

Step 2:

Change the water you drink. Drink plenty of pure water. Drinking reverse osmosis, spring or alkaline water rids your body of waste and helps to balance your body’s pH. Be sure to introduce mineral drops into your filtered water to add back important vitamins that are filtered out (e.g. magnesium). When your pH level is not correct you can have a lack of energy, excessive mucus, congestion, frequent illness, nervousness, headaches, irritability and weight gain.

Step 3: Step up your Vegetables and fruits.

Step 4:

Take a daily multiple vitamin with A, B, C, D, E, K, calcium, iron, fish oil, and zinc. You can find natural sources of vitamins, but many of us do not eat enough fruits and vegetables to receive the daily recommended dose.

  • A: carrots and other orange foods including sweet potato and cantaloupe melons
  • C: oranges, guava, red and green peppers, kiwi, grapefruits, strawberries, Brussels sprouts and cantaloupe.
  • B: whole grains, potatoes, bananas, lentils, chili peppers, beans, yeast and molasses.
  • D: eggs, fish, and mushrooms.
  • K: kale, spinach, Brussels sprouts and broccoli.
  • Calcium: yogurt, cheese and milk, along with tofu and black molasses.
  • Fish Oil: salmon
  • Iron: clams, oysters and organ meats like liver. For the vegetarians, soybeans, cereal, pumpkin seeds, beans, lentils and spinach.
  • Zinc: spinach, cashews, beans, and dark chocolate.

Silvercillin and L-Glutamine are also good supplements to add to your daily routine to restore your immune system health. Organic Food Sources of L-Glutamine:

• Organic barley

• Grass Fed or Organic beef

• Organic cabbage

• Organic corn

• Organic cottage cheese

• Organic egg whites

• Organic milk

• Organic peanuts

• Organic pork

• Organic poultry

• Organic raw parsley

• Organic raw spinach

• Organic soy

• Organic yogurt

Step 5:

Sweat! However you like to do it, just find 30 minutes a day to do it. Visit your local spa’s sauna, work out indoors or outdoors, or take a hot Epson salt bath. Working out and/or taking a hot bath reduces stress levels as well.

Step 6:

Adopt this new life style (Steps 1 – 5).  This is not a diet. You can still eat your BBQ, chicken, steaks, turkey, mashed potatoes, and macaroni. You only have to choose Organic, Grass fed, and Non-GMO ingredients. Also, ensure that the ingredients that you use do not have added sugar.

 

Examples of Food for the day:

Breakfast:

  • Organic Smoothie
    • Blend:
      • 2 fresh squeezed organic oranges
      • 1 fresh squeezed organic pear
      • A handful of organic blue berries
      • A handful of organic spinach or kale
      • 1 cup of Flaxseed milk
      • 2 scoops of whole food protein powder

Lunch:

  • Lentil Soup (pre-made at home)
    • In a pot, add –
      •  1/2 cup of organic lentils
      • 1 sliced organic carrot
      • 1 organic bay leaf
      • 2 cups of organic vegetable broth
      • 2 pinches of Himalayan pink salt
      • 2 pinches of Cayenne pepper
    • Cook the broth on high until it boils for 10 minutes
    • Turn soup down on simmer for 30 minutes

Snack:

  • Organic Avocado Dip
    • In a bowl mix
      • 2 organic avocados
      • 1 tbsp. of organic lime juice
      • 1 diced organic tomato
      • 2 tbsp. of organic fresh cut cilantro
    • Eat with Organic Multigrain Tortilla Chips or Flaxseed chips

Dinner:

  • Wild Alaskan Salmon w/ Asparagus
    • In a baking dish
      • Put wild Alaskan salmon with a little organic olive oil or avocado oil
      • 2 pinches of Himalayan pink salt
      • 3 slices of organic lemon
      • Bake on 425 degrees for 15 minutes
    • On Stove,
      • Turn heat on to mid-high heat
      • Put 1 tbsp. of organic olive oil or avocado oil
      • Place organic Asparagus with stems cut off in pan
      • Add 2 pinches of Himalayan pink salt
      • Sautee for 5 minutes

~Enova Monique

Disclaimer

You should consult your physician or other health care professional before starting this or any nutritional programs to determine if it is right for your needs.

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