dos and don’ts

*Do shop organic as much as you can. You will save money in the long run by the reduction in doctor visits and sick aid remedies.

*Do eat whole foods such as lean protein, fresh vegetables and fruits.

*Do drink a full glass of water upon rising from sleep. The body has been regenerating during the sleep process. It will need water to replenish the supply lost in the process.

*Do supplement. Food begins to lose nutritional value by as much as 50% within hours of being harvested. Also, the soil and environment have been depleted of a lot of nutrients that were once in abundant supply. No one is getting the nutritional nourishment just from food intake any longer. Supplements are needed and are an important addition to overall great health.

*Do take good quality organic “whole food” supplements. Avoid supplements that are made with in-organic or synthetic ingredients.

*Do be careful as to what you put onto your skin. If the substance is toxic to the body when physically ingested, count on the toxins entering the body if your skin comes in contact with the substance. Keep anything toxic away from your body and living environment. We have lots of healthy alternatives available.

*Do drink plenty of pure, filtered water on a daily basis. It will aid in the cleansing of the intestinal track and help keep bowels functioning properly. Our bodies can be up to approximately 70% water. It is a life giving substance. Make sure your cells are well hydrated every day.

*Don’t buy chemically treated food such as non-organic fruits and vegetables, especially those with exposed skins like potatoes, apples and the like. What you save at the cash register you will eventually give to a medical doctor, multiplied several times.

*Don’t eat anything processed. If man made it, don’t eat it!

*Don’t let your skin come in contact with toxic substances. Anything touched is sucked into the skin and eventually deep into the body.

*Don’t wait until you are thirsty to drink. Thirst is a sign that cells are dehydrated.

*Don’t approach a weight loss or detoxification program without getting your hormone levels checked. Proper hormone balancing is necessary in order to maintain good physical health.