Amazing Health Starts Here And It’s Free

Great energy, a happy disposition, and beautiful body shape are the hallmarks of vibrant health. Experts have found that there are multiple causes of disease and ageing that rob of life. Most people accumulate diseases and symptoms over time. But it doesn’t have to be that way. We can accumulate amazing health instead and it doesn’t cost a thing. It’s free to us all. It’s our god-given right. Claim that right by doing the following.

First: Get a good night sleep consistently. Your body heals and regenerates during sleep.  It also releases growth hormone which turns back time to make you look and feel younger.  Individuals with chronic insomnia have an elevated risk of death from all causes, report Laurel Finn, from the University of Wisconsin/Madison (Wisconsin, USA), and colleagues.  Analyzing data from the Wisconsin Sleep Cohort Study, involving 2,242 men and women, who were followed for 19 years, the team found that the adjusted hazard ratio for all-cause mortality was three times higher in people with chronic insomnia than in people without insomnia.

There are several books on the subject and free articles posted on the Internet. Pursue and study sleep hygiene. Do everything in your power to get this one thing right.

Second: Live a low-stress lifestyle with a lot of downtimes. Go for walks in the park, or in the neighbourhood in the morning. Keep the TV off and clean your house in silence while your mind unwinds. Actively relax and meditate. Mental and physical stress causes the release of cortisone which weakens your immune system and lowers sex hormones like testosterone, estrogen, progesterone, DHEA, and pregnenolone. Maintaining optimal levels of sex hormones is another way of turning back the clock. If you want a long, happy life, you must relax…or at lease keep your stress to a minimum.

Third: Identify and remove allergens from the diet which cause hidden inflammation and sometimes puffy eyes, skin eruptions and even autoimmune diseases like a certain type of arthritis. In her book, The Gluten Connection prominent dietitian Shari Lieberman says that autoimmune disease is sometimes caused and cured by the removal of dietary allergens. The most common food allergens are gluten, dairy, soy, and corn. Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye that doesn’t completely breakdown in some individuals and is recognized as a foreign substance in the body. These foreign substances confuse and stimulate the immune system.  Dr Lieberman said in her book that 85% of her clients receive dramatic improvements in health from a gluten-free diet.

To remove these allergens from your diet eat only rice, chicken and vegetables for two weeks. Slowly add back the most command allergens one at a time. Keep a food journal during this time and pay close attention to how you feel even several days after eating the possible allergen. Food allergies will sometimes come back slowly on subtly.

Forth: Maintain excellent oral hygiene.  Gum disease is another source of inflammation.  Researchers have found that people with periodontal disease are almost twice as likely to suffer from coronary artery disease as those without periodontal disease according to the American Academy of periodontology.

Fifth: Stop abusing your body. Eliminate alcohol and tobacco (or whatever it is you do to escape reality.) Embrace the present moment and live in the “now” fully alive and sober.

This practice can actually save you money. Red wine is healthy only if you limit your consumption to no more than one glass per day three times a week according to many experts.

Tobacco is never good. It causes lung disease and cadmium toxicity.  Lung cancer is one of the deadliest forms of cancer.  Compared to breast cancer which has an 80% survive rate after 10 years post-diagnosis+, lung cancer is only about 10% according to the National cancer institute website.  Also, 90% of lung cancer deaths in men and almost 80% of lung cancer deaths in women are due to smoking.

If you don’t get lung cancer from smoking you most certainly will get cadmium overload.  Cadmium is a heavy metal that causes havoc in your body similar to that of arsenic and mercury. These toxicities include thyroid dysfunction which can cause weight gain, constipation and dry skin.

Sixth: Have a support group or a large social network. Forgive and let go of minor grievances to keep people in your life. Join a church or support group. Become a volunteer or maintain a job. Be connected and integrated with people.

Researchers at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine (Tennessee, USA) and the Shanghai Institute of Preventive Medicine (China) analyzed data on 2,230 breast cancer survivors.  They found that the women who were happily married with children did the best.

Seventh: Exercise to feel good. Go for a walk in the park. Get fresh air, sunshine (natural vitamin D), and hear the children play. But DON” T beat yourself up exercising. That’s how people get hurt. They tear muscle, ligaments, and tendons. Sometimes they even wear their bodies down and become weak and susceptible to infections. Strenuous workouts are not fun, and not healthy for frail people.

Eight: Create a health miracle. Louise Hays is the queen of health miracles. She creates them by teaching people how to truly love and accept themselves. She teaches them to let go of negative thinking and emotions. She teaches people how to anticipate and create goodness in their lives. She wrote a worldwide bestseller called “You can heal your life” and millions of people have benefited from this book and others like it. We see health miracles all the time in the hospital, and this is one way to create them.

Now if you are willing to spend money on your health I’d recommend eating lots of fruits and vegetables. People who have naturally high vitamin levels in their blood live the longest. Life expectancy calculators always ask how many servings of fruits and veggies you consume a day. Getting your vitamins from pills does not always translate into good health. See my blog WHEN GOOD PILLS DO BAD THING.

Good energy and a happy disposition are the hallmarks of great health. I pray that all my readers will experience this.

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