8 Simple Steps To Organic Health

Health is a state of being for all of us that we have control over. The administrators here at Organically In Tune.com search daily for good information to put on this website. Today, we have found a great little small lunch shop nestled in this small town that is truly organic in the way it prepares food. So we decided to have lunch and it was truly Vegan and so delicious.

Remember these simple Organic practices:

  • Relax. Take a deep breath now. Exhale slowly. Take another one.
  • Stretch your arms and shoulders. Sit back in the sunshine. Close your eyes.
  • Think about the flowers. Imagine the surf. Remember your blessings.
  • Trust in the one who loves you. He has your back and watches over you.

This website features information about whole, organic vegetarian foods and life practices. We enjoy sharing articles from sources that are in agreement with our standards of producing good food without high fructose corn syrup or artificial coloring or flavorings. Good tasting foods that feature non-GMO ingredients and we put the information on this site in a form that is easy to understand. Vegan and gluten-free foods that are locally harvested which not only improves out health but also filters cash into our local economy. More and more, people are focusing on the harsh chemicals that are put into processed foods that you buy at Wal Mart and other grocers at the expense of human health just to increase corporate profits. So that is what led to the article below. Read on…

N.E.W. S.T.A.R.T. – 8 Simple Steps To Organic Health

Nutrition– Our bodies use the building blocks we give them through food intake to nourish and restore our cells. Without good nutrition, the self-healing of our natural body functions are crippled. Simply, you have to try to eat “good” food as the starting of this process.

Exercise– Physical activity is necessary to maintain good blood circulation. healthy hearts, healthy muscles and healthy brain chemistry. Exercise is also a great natural anti-depressant! Drugs only mask the real problem and wear off fairly quickly. Western-style doctors want us to keep coming back searching for the eternal cure which never happens. A short 10-minute walk, 3 times a week on your schedule will not only improve your circulation but it will also lower high blood pressure and make you less depressed! The best thing about this is that you can do a 10-minute walk as your schedule allows.

Water– The use of pure water for cleansing our bodies, both on the outside and the inside, is vital to good organic health. Drinking adequate amounts of water facilitates the elimination of toxins which are expelled through our skin, by our lungs and through the digestive system. Not drinking sufficient good water is an active cause of disease. Each person may need a different amount. Good water would be defined as filtered, clean and pure.

Sunlight– Sunlight is not the enemy of good health. It is very important to our bodies. But only in certain limited amounts. Most natural doctors recommend 10-15 minutes maximum each day. Vitamin D supplements can be good alternatives but natural sun exposure is the best way. Most natural doctors recommend 10-15 minutes maximum each day. Vitamin D is necessary for healthy brain chemistry, as it stimulates the brain to produce serotonin and other chemicals that give us a natural sense of well-being. Sunlight is also a natural and effective anti-depressant!

Temperance– This is a rarely used word that means we stop doing harmful things to ourselves like smoking, using drugs, trying to stop eating foods that destroy us and learn more about our food choices in general. This includes learning how to control what we eat. It is self-discipline, or self-control where we learn to make the best decisions for each of us as individuals, based on the information that we have rather than the way we feel at the moment. This is not an easy transition for most of us. It takes desire and practice. You have to WANT to make changes that are good for you. As we get older, we become more interested in better health and eating foods that are good for us. Temperance is a term that you might like remember out of this list.

Air– Getting adequate supplies of pure air in also an important factor in promoting good, natural health. Exercising in the open air is much better than exercising in the gym. We know that is not what some of you want to hear but it is true. Making sure that your sleeping area is well ventilated at night IS important. If so, you will feel more rested in the morning. Also, there should be no TV in your sleeping area if possible. A television can create invisible electronic interference that disrupts good sleep…even when turned off. Many people sleep with a TV in the sleeping area or bedroom.

For years and years I had a TV in my bedroom for convenience but my sleep/resting time was poor. I would fall asleep with the TV on. I could not understand why I felt tired after 8-9 hours of sleep. Then I started turning the TV off before I fell asleep. My sleep/resting time got a little better. Then after a few more years, I wanted still even better sleep/resting time so I took the TV out of the bedroom. This felt even better and I actually felt rested even more the next day! Removing the TV completely from your sleep/resting area is highly recommended. Try it for one week and see if you feel better.

Rest- Getting adequate sleep is necessary to our bodies. It strengthens the immune system, soothes our nerves, and gives a sense of well-being. Also the body takes time to repair itself during sleep time. Many of us have trouble sleeping well. In addition to the suggestions above, try these simple steps to get a good night’s sleep:

  1. Go to bed at the same time each night; our bodies typically respond well to schedule!
  2. Do not eat late at night.
  3. Make sure that you give your body at least 3-4 hours between your last meal and bedtime.
  4. Practice the other 7 principles of health (exercise, fresh air, trust, etc.)

When all taken together, your sleep will improve. We can verify that.

Trust in Divine Power– Learning to know God and to trust in him is a huge factor in good health. Spiritual health (not religious health) and physical health are strongly connected to each other. Stress is a killer along with blood pressure that is high. Fear drains us – mentally, emotionally, and physically. Having peace in your heart affects your health in a positive way.

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