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It helps promote hair growth
It helps manage halitosis
It helps fight inflammation
It helps fight arthritis and promotes bone health
It is a natural anti-biotic
It detoxifies the body
It helps maintain a healthy heart
It boosts the immune system
It helps in the management of diabetes because it contains myricetin
It contains apigenin and chlorophyll so helps fight cancer
It is affordable
It is easily to obtain
It can be used in salads, smoothies, cooked foods.
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3. Polyunsaturated fats with Omega 3 and DHA like salmon, fatty fish like trout, seeds, nuts.
4. Cut out processed foods which contain unhealthy fats, sugars and additives like preservatives.
5. Dark leafy vegetables rich in minerals, vitamins and taste delicious.
6. Foods and drinks containing Tumeric.
7. Wait for this - Dark Chocolate!
10. Drink Green Tea.
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Today is the day for caring for yourself and others. Photo Credit: Crystal Pride
Loss/Bereavement can evoke very deep emotions in the sufferer. Such emotions can include:
- being easily irritated
- feeling lonely or alone
- going very deep into your own thoughts and having an existential crisis
- feeling anxious
- having confused feelings
- being scared
- sometimes relief that what you have lost is finally gone
- loss or increase of appetite
- lack of focus
- feeling rejected
If you have experienced a loss and are beginning to experience some of these feelings (it can sometimes take years for these feelings to manifest), do talk to someone, a professional or ring a Charity specialising in Counselling or Psychotherapy. They can support you in making sense of your feelings.
It is used to manage insomnia, chronic stress, helps low moods. If you are feeling stressed or experiencing a low mood, burn a leaf or two in an aluminium tray for ten minutes. The smoke will relax your muscles and help you focus better.
Bay leaf has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties.
It lowers blood pressure and the heart rate.
The leaf is used as a sedative, analgesic, anti-convulsant and anti-inflammatory.
Get to know your self. Be in love with yourself. See how it feels. Only then must you try to fall in love with anyone else.
You will not heal overnight if you have deep wounds. You will have good days and bad days but do not despair. Take one step at a time... a mentally progressive step toward healing. It is better to heal gradually that assume that your journey will be over immediately. There is light at the end of the tunnel. Be patient with yourself.
Today is the day to reflect. It is almost half way through the year. Take stock. Adjust. Good luck.
Another day, another chance to take a step forward. Make that move. It is all good.
Take care of your body. It is the only place you have to live in!
Books, glorious books. Read something for at least an hour a day, preferably something positive to program and strengthen your mind.
Psychologists say that 86% of our self talk is negative and it goes undetected by the conscious mind. Listening to podcasts or audio books is an option, as well as watching positive programs. YouTube has such programs, Amazon sells audiobooks, Wordpress has blogs.
Minimise negativity in your life, for instance, watching programs or listening to people who trigger negative emotions in you. Be strong enough to live your truth, not be dragged into someone else’s toxic agenda which might drain you and make you lose your direction. Feed your mind and grow your emotions in a positive way. Never stop learning.
"Let your health be your wealth"! - Dr Marilyn Allen PhD
It is essential to nourish your self from within. All emotions have their place, some, a natural response to what is happening, some to protect us, some to make us contemplate, some to trigger our moral code. Elevating your self worth and a strong sense internal support system is key to self validation and thence nourishment. Work on your positive thinking, well being activities, good nutrition, generosity and kindness. Though it might take time, you will develop inner strength and need less external validation.
Lipton, B.H. 2016 The Biology of Belief: Unleashing The Power of Consciousness, Matter and Miracles. Hay House
Krunszyinski, J., 2015 How We Start Healing The Hurt: Discover Self Love and Validation. Amazon Media
Miller, D., 2007 Managing Conflict and Getting Results Through Self Validation. Amazon
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Unexpressed emotions will not go away. They are buried temporarily and will resurface in much complex ways later. Look after your body holistically. There is very little benefit in looking after your body but neglecting your mind. Look after your mind and your body will look after itself!
"All truth passes through three stages: First it is ridiculed; Second, it is violently opposed; Third, it is accepted as self evident." - Arthur Schopenhauer