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Pay attention to what you consume


Pay attention to what you consume

In its simplest form this means eating plenty of healthy food, choosing natural alternatives to medication, avoiding toxic substances and drinking plenty of water. We all know that when we eat foods filled with sugar and processed ingredients, we feel bad, our energy is low and our minds feel sluggish.

Practice Mindful Eating

Try to practice mindful eating; listening to your body and honoring it’s needs.

Mindful eating means we pay attention to what we consume, we acknowledge our thoughts and emotions and listen to what our cravings are telling us and when we are full and satisfied. Imagine how enjoyable food can become when we eat slow and without distraction. You can begin to appreciate the different tastes and textures found within your meal fueling yourself with beautiful, healthy and energizing foods made with love.

If you lack time but still want to ensure all your nutrient needs are met, try supplementing with a super-food such as Moringa powder. Moringa contains 92 nutrients, 46 antioxidants, all your essential amino acids and omega 3, 6 and 9. By adding a super-food to your diet, such as Moringa, you are given an extra energy boost as well as a powerful antioxidant that assists in fighting disease, building muscle and burning fat. There are small steps and habits you can form each day to add nutrients and antioxidants to your diet.

CBD For Clarity For The Day Ahead

A simple way to start a mindfulness practice would be to start your day by adding a few drops of CBD to your coffee and sitting quietly, for a few minutes and simply enjoying your cup of coffee and the alone time. The CBD will help give you clarity for the day ahead and taking time to pause and enjoy your coffee will instantly lift your mood.

What you consume also extends to the company you keep, the shows you watch, the books you read and the music you listen to. Pay attention to your thoughts, challenge negative thoughts and ask if they are accurate and kind and release any judgment. Try to surround yourself with positive people who uplift you rather than bring you down. Try to follow inspirational and educational pages on social media instead of celebrities who often lead unattainable lifestyles which can make us feel like we aren’t good enough. Read books by authors who inspire you. Take time to close your eyes in the middle of a stressful day and listen to a beautiful song. It will instantly make you feel good!

Remember the universal law; ‘like attracts like’.

If you speak positive words, you will attract positivity into your life. Or… ‘your vibe attracts your tribe!’ Try to find inspiration in everything you do; in the food you make, in the shows you watch and the company you keep.  As Winston Churchill said; “The positive thinker sees the invisible, feels the intangible and achieves the impossible.

Make time for yourself or someone you love this Valentine’s Day!
Start your day with good intention!



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