This blog post will give you a quick rundown of what to do, natural health-wise, for different areas of your body.

healthy tips for living

Brain

Coconut oil, omega-3 fatty acids, exercise, and brain games will be good for your brain, and help your brain counteract age-related dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease, and fatigue.

Eyes

Getting enough sunlight exposure safely and taking strong antioxidants can help your eyes. Eating dark green, fresh vegetables can also help your eyes. Try making green soups or juices every day to get at least seven servings of fruits and vegetables daily.

Heart

Cut back on your intake of sugary foods, get enough exercise, drink whey protein, limit your stress, and keep your cholesterol at healthy levels.

Lungs

Cut down on air pollutants in your home, move to a cleaner place, use natural cleaning products in your home, and stop smoking.

Skin

Eat a really healthy diet is good for your nutritional type, and eat mostly whole foods. Leafy, dark green vegetables like broccoli, spinach, and kale will also help your skin. You might consider buying a vegetable juicer. Foods that are high omega-3 fatty acids can also help. You should only use certified organic, natural skincare products.

Joints

Omega-3 fatty acids, Curcumin, and vitamins D3 & K can help with your joints.

Stomach & Intestines

Fermented foods, consuming raw, whole foods, and probiotics can help safeguard your stomach & intestines, and keep you regular.

Taking care of your health is easy – it just requires you eat the right foods with the right nutrients and exercise enough. It’s not rocket science, but so few people get off track because their busy lives preclude them from eating right, exercising enough, or sleeping well.

If you’re serious about getting healthy, then start shopping at the health food store, and invest in a juicer and gym membership.

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organic-foodDo you like the appeal and taste of organic food, but you don’t like the price? You can get organic foods with some smart cooking and shopping, and you won’t have to break your budget for food.

There are a lot of places to buy organic foods nowadays, and you have a lot more options when it comes to finding great deals on food. There are major big brand name grocery stores that carry organic food now, plus there are specialty stores, health food stores, farmers’ marketers, and food co-ops. Consider going straight to local biodynamic gardeners to get the best organic food at the lowest price. Not going through the middleman can save you a lot of money.

If you don’t really shop around, there’s a chance you could end up paying too much for organic food. Even though most people are willing to pay a little more for organic food, they’re not able or willing to do so week after week.

Do Ample Research

You have a ton of choices for organic food where you live. It just takes a little research to discover them. Just type the name of your city and “organic” into a search engine, and you’ll see a lot come up.

Try Farmers’ Markets

Farmers’ markets are excellent sources of local produce. A ripe tomato from a farm nearby tastes a lot better than a tomato that’s been shipped halfway across the world. It’s also going to be cheaper at a farmers’ market. The trick to landing good deals at farmers’ markets is to ask plenty of questions. Ask about bruised produce, and whether you can get it at a discount. Ask about buying in bulk for a discount. Ask what tastes the best.

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