My Body is Stronger and Healthier Each Day.

My health is a priority. I know that a strong and healthy body is important if I want to enjoy my life as much as possible.

I give my health the attention it deserves.

I visit my doctor as often as required. I take my appointments seriously and make the time in my life to avoid missing these visits. I see my doctor, dentist, and eye doctor regularly.

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I listen to the health advice I receive and make the necessary changes in my life.

I focus my diet on healthy foods. I know what type of diet works best for my body and I follow it consistently. I know that healthy food is the foundation of good health. I love the taste of healthy food and limit the amount of unhealthy food in my diet.

I sleep enough each night. A good night of sleep is an important part of good health. My body needs to be restored each night, and I ensure I give it the sleep it requires. A full night of sleep is imperative to good health.

My body is growing stronger through regular exercise. Possessing a strong and fit body feels good. I am proud of my body.

Today, I give my full attention to my health. I make choices that support my health and physical fitness. My body is stronger and healthier each day.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1. What are my greatest health challenges? What am I doing to minimize them?
2. When did I last go to the doctor? Did I follow their advice?
3. What type of exercise do I most enjoy? How often do I do it?

I am Healthy, Whole, and Complete

I am healthy, whole, and complete.

I am enough just as I am. It is a beautiful feeling to know that I am enough. I am free of the need to prove anything to myself or to anyone else.

I confidently greet each day as it arrives with a smile on my face. Everyone that crosses my path is amazed by my attitude and warmth.

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Though I am continuously working to improve myself, I am very content as I am. I am interested in fully understanding all of my talents. I want to know my full potential.

I associate only with kind and supportive people who help me to feel good about myself.

I am enough. I have enough. I do enough each day to satisfy myself and to help make the world a better place.

I am a unique individual. I am one of a kind. My unique attributes are a big part of what makes me special.

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I love these parts of me. I allow the world to see them. I magnify them, because they are uniquely me. I serve as a model of a healthy, whole, and complete person.

I was born complete. I am complete. I have always been complete. Anytime I feel that I am insufficient, I remind myself that completeness is my very nature. It is everyone’s nature.

Today, I enjoy just being myself. I marvel at the person I have always been. I feel vibrant and full of health. I am healthy, whole, and complete.

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Self-Reflection Questions:

1. What are my three greatest qualities?
2. What is unique about me?
3. In what ways do I hold myself back? Why?

 

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What Makes Us Well?

Wellness refers to the condition of good physical and mental health, especially when maintained by proper diet, exercise, and habits. Nutrition refers to the nurturing of our body, in our ability to keep it healthy and functioning as it is supposed to do. Our ability to provide the body with all the necessary food, vitamins, and minerals so that we continue to thrive in our daily life processes. But what makes us well?

Work

The first place to start would be with the examination of your eating habits. Since we are a product of what we eat, if our eating habits are unhealthy, or do not provide for the nutrition we need, we’re not going to be healthy individuals at the end of the process.

  • Do you take in more calories than your body needs?
  • Are you supplementing your vitamins and minerals to make sure you are getting your recommended daily allowances?

If you’re not making the most basic of efforts to take care of your nutritional needs, you aren’t a well individual.

Food

Next, you might want to look at your exercise habits, if there are any. If there aren’t any exercise routines to examine, no wellness. Everyone, no matter what their age, benefits from exercise. Whether it is organized exercise activities, free weights, or simply establishing a personal routine, exercise is an excellent wellness tool. It keeps our bodies conditioned, our mental sharpness working at top speed, and thanks to the physical aspect, we get a boost to our cardio health, extra calorie burn, and more oxygen to those cells!

Exercise

Being able to deal with and handle the daily stresses of life keeps us well. Making sure we take the time to accommodate our needs for stress relief, such as downtime, therapy time, massage time, or simply take the time for a nice, hot bath. The body tends to retain stress in the muscle of the shoulder and back. Taking the time to relax, do relaxation exercises, and combine this with physical exercise for the entire body, and you shouldn’t have any trouble maintaining a state of wellness.

Our personal habits either keep us well or prevent us from being well. If you smoke, drink, or lose sleep to excess you’re not the well individual you could be. Smoking, drinking, and loss of sleep work to our detriment, and it takes extreme discipline to stop. Smoking fills our body with carcinogens, and works to keep us tired and lethargic.

Stress

Giving ourselves adequate time to devote to all areas of our physical needs, from our nutritional intake needs, to our physical fitness needs, to the need for quite time contributes to our level of wellness. How well we allocate time for these needs, and the choices we make in fulfilling these needs, keeps us well.

There are so many occasions to stop and question our efforts at maintaining optimal health, that we usually don’t even take the time to begin the examination. But it is beneficial to our overall health, the quality and quantity of our life, to make every effort to be well, healthy, individuals.

Relax

Vulnerability

A word people say and fear to feel. An experience you loathe and can’t forget. Avoiding it burns you up. Acknowledging it tends to sting. It’s a battle that will shaped your personality. My health journey began with self care. I had to reevaluate my health, skin, hair, body and mindset.

When I got on the scale; I literally got off the scale when it went got 195… ! I Started Nutrition plan and varies types of conventional and unconventional exercising. Besides the doctor saying I needed to lose weight. It was about time for me to stop lifting my belly to buckle my pants! I got serious. I lost over 25 lbs and I feel amazing.

I decided to exercise and network with amazing Personal Trainers, Nutritionist, Health Educators and Licensed Health Care Professionals whom grown in their practice. The Department of Labor states that the average worker spends about 9 hours or more at work a day. It is time to show you how to have a healthy lifestyle.

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Midnight Cravings

The end of the month is a day away. How are you controlling your cravings?

We were remembering when we were in college; when money was tight- Jack in the Box came out with 2 tacos for 0.99 cents. A full day of keeping willpower on high, sometimes it’s only a matter of time before we drop our guard and fall victim to the dreaded midnight snack attack.

Here are 7 helpful tips for handling nighttime eating:

1. REMOVE TEMPTATION

Out of sight out of mind. 

2. EAT A BALANCED DINNER

3. ADOPT A NEW HABIT OR ROUTINE

4. CREATE SNACK ALTERNATIVES

5. HOT TEA

6. If Tea isn’t your thing..try unsweetened almond milk or calorie free sparkling water

7. Something…MINT-Tee

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References:

28 Day Healthier Lifestyle Challenge

Today – 6 Strategies to Control Late Night Cravings

Healthline – 11 Ways to Stop Craving Unhealthy Foods

The Science of the Midnight Snack

DISCLAIMER: Content is reference purposes and is not a substitute for advice from a licensed health-care professional. You should not rely solely on this content, and assumes no liability for inaccuracies. Always read labels and directions before using a product. Statements regarding products have not been evaluated by the FDA, and these products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or condition. Therefore, we do not diagnose illness or prescribe pharmaceuticals. None of the information offered here is intended to replace any program that your medical physician has prescribed for you, nor does it conflict with any pharmaceutical medication you are taking.


NUTRITIONAL GUIDE: WE ARE NOT MEDICAL DOCTORS: therefore, we do not diagnose illness or prescribe pharmaceuticals. We are nutritional consultants and make suggestions relating to nutrition. None of the information offered here is intended to replace any program that your medical doctor has prescribed for you, nor does it conflict with any pharmaceutical medication you are taking. It is recommended that you take your products at least one hour prior to taking your medication so that the minerals offered can be fully assimilated.

How to Keep Your Hands and Feet Healthy

We do a lot of functions with our hands and feet.  

With these bones, joints and ligaments, we are able to move and bend to

  • Hold on to our cell phone and use are fingers to call and text,
  • Use our feet to run up to a love one
  • Hold hands. 
  • Eat and Drink
  • Exercises
  • Daily task at home and work 
  • …and so much more

Some people with self care go to a spa to take care of their Hands and Feet such as: 

  • Therapeutic Massage
  • Aromatherapy Massage
  • Reflexology
  • Acupressure
  • Manicure and Pedicure

Others may do them themselves. However, if you are interested to start; below are items recommended to DIY Manicure and Pedicure and how to use it:

  • Nail File: Start the nail care process with the nail file to shape the tip of the nails and get the complete look. Start at the outer edge of one nail, at a 45 to 90 degree angle against the edge, along the nail towards the center. Repeat until the desired shape is achieved.
  • Salt Scrub: Get extra-deep with this as a scrub, or turn your tub into a spa by using it as a rejuvenating soak. However you use it, this powerful combination of Dead Sea salt, minerals, and oils will give your skin the attention it’s been longing for.
  • Buffing Block:Step 1 – Use the blue coarse side of the cube every 4 weeks for about 5 seconds. This will smooth the natural nail surface, clean ridges and stains off the nail.Step 2 – Use the grey soft side of the cube every 2 weeks for about 5 seconds, for a flawless polish.Step 3 – Use the white silky side of the cube every 2 weeks to buff to a perfect gloss manicure. Cleaning instructions: The buffer should be cleaned periodically with a dry, clean cloth.
  • Cuticle Oil: Rub oil on cuticle and surrounding skin, and massage until fully absorbed. Use once a week.
  • Body Lotion: Apply as needed and massage gently until fully absorbed.

BENEFITS

  • Achieve beautifully shiny nails with this easy-to-use manicure and pedicure kit.
  • Smooth and perfect polish, revealing natural, healthy looking nails.
  • Nourishing cuticle oil for healthier nails and softer cuticles.
  • The Body Lotion is absorbed quickly, provides hydration while helping to prevent moisture loss.

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References:

Seacret Spa Nail Care Collection

Bones of the Hand and Wrist

7 Ways to Keep your Hands and Feet Healthy

Britannica –  Hands and Feet

Desert Hand and Physical Therapy – 18 Amazing Facts About Human Hands

Blog DISCLAIMER: Content is reference purposes and is not a substitute for advice from a licensed health-care professional. You should not rely solely on this content, and assumes no liability for inaccuracies. Always read labels and directions before using a product. Statements regarding products have not been evaluated by the FDA, and these products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or condition. Therefore, we do not diagnose illness or prescribe pharmaceuticals. None of the information offered here is intended to replace any program that your medical physician has prescribed for you, nor does it conflict with any pharmaceutical medication you are taking.


NUTRITIONAL GUIDE: WE ARE NOT MEDICAL DOCTORS: therefore, we do not diagnose illness or prescribe pharmaceuticals. We are nutritional consultants and make suggestions relating to nutrition. None of the information offered here is intended to replace any program that your medical doctor has prescribed for you, nor does it conflict with any pharmaceutical medication you are taking. It is recommended that you take your products at least one hour prior to taking your medication so that the minerals offered can be fully assimilated.

Beauty Care Disclaimer: Beauty consultants offer expert advice from their personal and professional experience: The information provided in or through this Website is for educational and informational purposes only and solely as a self-help tool for your own use.