If I looked at all the things I should be doing for my health considering my age, gender etc that health professionals through to health food shops, the media in general, or even podcasts on the topic or special scientific youtube clips tell me to do, I have to say it would leave me overwhelmed. The result would be that I could either pick up every new tip, "scientific research" advice that I hear about and exhaust myself on the way or I sit back on my sofa with a packet of chips and a bar of chocolate because I feel that I "won't make it" anyway.
You know that neither if these are options for me - I prefer to go on exploring ways to develop myself further - I love to grow inside rather than around my belly); so I'd like to bring it back to a lifestyle that is based on living "simply natural - naturally simple".
Three simple ways:
1. BE IN GOOD COMPANY (at home, in your free time and /or join in events I offer)
2. RELAX - SOFTEN INTO STRENGTH AND BEAUTY (allow yourself to really feel yourself, practice Yoga Nidra and experience the strength and beauty that comes from deeply allowing yourself to let go of tension, tightness, worries or anxiety)
“Relaxing into Beauty” (Sunday morning 30th of December 2018, 10am-12 in Bardon). Looking at what doesn’t serve us anymore then ready to let it go in a Yoga Nidra sessionn after having applied a Sicilian green clay mask on your face. After that you’ll feel refreshed and lighter from the inside out - ready to step into the new year.
3. Yummy snack that is truly satisfying.
Dates and almonds are a great nutritional snack. Almonds are a source of vitamin E, copper , magnesium, and high quality of protein and also contain high levels of healthy unsaturated fatty acids along with high levels if bioactive molecules (such as fibre, phytosterols, vitamins, other minerals and antioxidants), which may prevent cardiovascular disease. Dates on the other hand are sweet, but not an empty sweet as they contain essential nutrients such as vitamin B6 and iron and are high in fibre, They also are high in potassium, an electrolyte the body needs for good heart health, and it also helps to build muscle and proteins in the body. (My “snack” since week 3 of the gut cleanse from “Mrs Snook’s diet”)