Friday, December 19, 2014 by: Michael Edwards
Tags: health solutions, healthy diet, detox protocol
(NaturalNews) We are quickly approaching New Year's Day and the annual
accounting that accompanies it. Did you keep your New Year's resolutions
last year? The year before?
Most of the time, resolutions focus on health issues.
- I will lose weight.
- I will get healthy.
- I will completely change the way I eat.
Within weeks we give up, defeated.
you're not healthy, if you continue to say to yourself, "I wish I could
eat like that or I will I could take care of myself that well," then do
it. If the change is radical, approach it with a project plan - one
step at a time.Step one
One of the reasons change is
hard is because it usually starts with taking away something. Instead,
start the other way around. Every day, drink a smoothie. It doesn't
matter if you have it for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or a snack. Just
drink a nutrient dense smoothie. There are two important ingredients: a
high quality nutrition powder and, depending on the diet, a balanced oil
supplement. In a blender, start with fresh or frozen fruit, cover with
juice (not always necessary when using fresh fruit), add two tablespoons
of nutrition powder, a tablespoon of flaxseed oil or an omega oil
blend, and as much kale or spinach or other greens you can handle.Step two
enthusiasm for this project will grow as each step makes a significant
difference in the way you feel. Step two is to eat a large salad every
day. No, I am not talking about a bowl of lettuce, tomatoes, and
cucumbers. I am talking about an incredibly nutritious salad filled with
lots of raw veggies. Make it with at least 12 different vegetables, and
throw in some herbs and seeds as well. Be sure to add fresh garlic,
turmeric, and pepper for synergistic health
benefits. Make it big and munch on it all day if you can't finish it in
one sitting. You might find it easier to make a bunch of this salad
twice a week.Step three
Between your daily smoothie and
your daily salad, you are going to be feeling so much better. Your body
is getting the nutrition it needs to repair damage and to thrive on a
cellular level. Now that you are feeling better, are you ready to feel a
whole lot better? If it's time, move on to step three. Clean out your
kitchen. Get rid of all the crappy processed food filled with artificial
colors, flavors, preservatives, MSG, high fructose corn syrup, GMOs,
trans fats, and other disgusting chemicals.
You want to eat whole foods, real foods, organic
foods. But while we're taking something away, let's add something else.
One of the most amazing things you can do for your body is to take up
drinking a gallon of cranberry stevia lemonade a day. Drink it
throughout the day.Step four
Increase the amount of raw foods you eat. Aim for 80% raw - more vegetables than fruit.Step five
time to detox, and balance the gut's eco-system (though the
aforementioned salads have made a huge difference already). True health
is achieved by providing the body with the nutrition it needs and
ridding it of the parasites, yeast, heavy metals, chemicals, and other
garbage that doesn't belong.
You have the choice to take each of these steps
fast or slow. The point is, be sure each step is ingrained before
moving on. If it takes you a month per step, in six months you will be
eating the healthiest diet possible. If it takes you two months per
step, it will take a year. But if it does, a year from now you will have
totally changed your health.Step six
Do squats. Start with a few, and do a few more every day. Get up to 100 every day. Take your time, and work your way up.
See Cheap and Easy Detox
for the lemonade recipe and for a good detox protocol. For a recipe to
make your own nutrition powder filled with vitamins and minerals check Make Your Own Homemade Nutrition Formula.
Be sure to see the first link for more on diet and a great salad recipe.
Can you imagine making such a radical change and how it will impact
your life? If you can imagine it, you can do it. Just start with step
one.Sources: http://www.organiclifestylemagazine.com http://www.organiclifestylemagazine.com http://truthwiki.org/Garlic http://truthwiki.org/Turmeric http://www.organiclifestylemagazine.comAbout the author:
Michael Edwards is the founder, owner, editor-in-chief, and janitor for Organic Lifestyle Magazine
and Green Lifestyle Market
At age 17, Michael weighed more than 360 pounds. He suffered from ADHD,
allergies, frequent bouts of illness, and chronic, debilitating
Conventional medicine wasn't working. While he restored
his health through alternative medicine he studied natural health and
became immersed in it.
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