Wednesday, August 24, 2011

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Nutrition and your health

Weekly Reminder: Live in the present moment  "Being in the present moment
breathing without thinking brings you closer to accepting and enjoying what
you are experiencing takes only a moment to experience each moment!

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Nutrition is a stressor that may have an affect on your health.

Today is the day for you to accept, acknowledge and be aware that nothing is
more important than your health and well-being

The choice is yours.

Here some thoughts for you to focus on as we revisit nutrition and your health
with you today...

  • Drinking caffeine creates stress reactions.

  • Mindful nutrition is a valuable tool for your emotional and physical

  • Nitrates and preservative may be in the foods you eat.

  • Peanuts have more antioxidents than green tea.

  • Study: certain foods key to lowering cholesterol level.

  • Super immune boosting foods: greens, onions, mushrooms, berries
        and seeds.

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    One thing is for sure, only through honest questioning and reflection on
    nutrition and your health are you able to create viable new beginnings
    for others and for yourself.

    So, are you ready?

    Your body is telling you what choices to make.

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    At the end of each day, what does nutrition and your health mean to you
    in your business, personal and professional life?

    Tell us about how being aware of nutrition and your health helps you get
    more done with less distress by clicking "Post Your Comment Here" below...

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    prompt attention
    for any specific condition and/or situation.]

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