This is a list of just a few things that could be implemented gently into your lifestyle. They are supportive and nourishing to the body. The goal is to limit the number of toxins for the body to process and offer as many nutrients and healing measures as possible. These are life changes, not a program or a diet. Add them slowly but deliberately. Understanding how changes support your health makes the doing more directed.
The path to health is not a straight line. Falling off and return to old habits, happens. Without a doubt you will “feel” those things that do not support the body.
Plan on changing a few things at a time. In the first week, eliminate 5 toxins from your life and eat at least 5 clean meals. As you find products and foods that support your new lifestyle you will gain momentum naturally.
Start healing on your own…
Simple starts to healing:
MEDITATE, even if that means you take five deep breaths ten times a day, it will serve to remind you to slow it down and bring healing oxygen into your body. If you remember to breath every time you wash your hands, you create a very useful habit. Stress exacerbates pain.
SUGAR is a problem for every body and especially when the body is already inflamed. Avoid or stop it. Getting sugar managed is a must or you will maintain the cycle of pain and inflammation.
WHITE FLOUR is sugar to your body and provides no healing benefits. It must be managed. White flour, in all of its forms, feed your pain. At some point you may have to regulate both white and wheat flours.
EAT WHOLE FOODS and avoid packaged goods and preservatives. Instant, frozen or prepared meals contain added chemicals and lack nutrition. Concentrate on nutritionally rich foods.
ELIMINATE GMO AND GLYPHOSATE FOODS as both are toxic. Genetically modified crops are sprayed with glyphosate which is known as Roundup. These are believed to be the cause of endless problems for the body.
EAT MEAT AND DAIRY WITHOUT HORMONES OR ANTIBIOTICS to reduce the number of toxins your body must process and to avoid the harmful effects of second-hand drugs.