Thursday, January 21, 2010

You Are What You Eat

That's what they say, what you put in is what you get out. If you eat crappy food you get crappy skin and you fell disconnected from your body, you just get this blab feeling that makes you feel down and insecure. On the flip side if you eat healthy your skin starts to glow and your feel energized. So drink plenty water and natural juices hey tea is good too, eat up your fruits and veggies. A great tip while cooking is to play some music and burn a candle and you will see how fun and relaxing it is to make a healthy home made dinner. Do your body good you only have one body so take care of it.

Get moving by walking riding a bike or going to the gym, surround yourself with people that have the same drives so you can support each other. It is very important to keep the body moving go keep active. If the gym is not your thing that's OK you can do it at home, if you are lacking motivation here is a tip the best place to do your exercise in my eyes is facing direct sunlight and nature a window or a glass door, if that does not do it for you exercise while watching TV whenever commercial comes on. Try stretching every morning when you rise and before going to bed. Take the stairs not the elevator walk around the park with lush trees and fresh air. Get motivated and get off your Butts peoples.

Nourish your body with natural soaps and body butter, store bought soaps and lotions are loaded with all kinds of fillers that's does nothing for you but everything for the manufacture to make then rich, you might say its too expensive to go all natural but its really not and trust me in the long haul it is worth every penny. Your skin will thank you and you will grow old gracefully, why would you put man made chemicals on your skin when mother nature provides everything you need to nourish and replenish the body.

Keep negative thoughts and people out of your life, try not to stress it is hard not to i know but whenever you feel it coming one take a brake. Plant a tree watch it grow it will make you feel warm and fuzzy inside to know that you care for this plant and digging in the dirt is also a stress relieve. Do you know what "me time" is if not you need to get some "me time". Stop and meditate each day, and see what the day has to offer don't let life pass you by and do not get suck up into the unnecessary.


  1. I have definitely noticed a big change since when I began to using natural products almost three years ago now. I always had problems with extremely dry skin, rashes, eczema, etc. and didn't know why. Now I know that our skin is our largest organ and first line of defense against infection, disease, etc. Although my skin still is on the dry side, it is not extremely dry anymore, and I no longer have the eczema, rashes, and other things that I dealt with. I hope that more people realize how important it is to take good care of it with natural and organic (if possible) products. A lot of folks watch what they eat, drink, think, and do physically, but not what they put on their skin and that is so important. As you said, it does not have to be very expensive, either. There are plenty of all-natural products to be had for a reasonable price. And good quality products go a long way.

    Thanks for sharing this vital information!

  2. I know a lot of my family and friend laugh at me because i am who i am one of nature, but all i can do it try to educate them. It’s so funny because whenever i visit a friend house i take everything to my comfort with me i once forgot to take my soap and they had dove in the bathroom and it felt so yucky on my skin it had this slippery feeling and i was like never again. I only use nature tooth paste and if i run out and use the one that the guys use my mouth burns. There is a big change in my skin because of my choice of products.