LIVING A NATURAL HEALTHY LIFESTYLE:- We are care-takers of ourselves and nature.

DESIRES OF A HEALTHIER LIFE:-

See yourself flourish as a flower with the dew on it.

Most of us have had a fantasy image of ourselves looking awesome and attractive. How many of us however, are being motivated enough to act on producing that image?

We can become who we truly desire to be, if we research and implement the techniques and strategies necessary to acquire it. Certain standards of life can be achieved in the simplest ways, without necessarily being rich.

There are lots of people that are rich but are not living a natural healthy lifestyle, enough to completely enjoy their riches.

It is not enough to be able to afford the steak, you need to be healthy enough to digest it as well. Some wealthy people as a result of poor health, pass away and lost their ability to maximize the fullness of their inheritance or riches.

PRACTICE HEALTHY EATING HABITS AND EXERCISE:-

Governing yourself accordingly.

Most of us actually don’t drink enough water every day. Some of us, had it not been for the fact that we live in the tropical climatic regions where it can sometimes get extremely hot, we scarcely would drink any water at all.

We need to get enough sleep. With the hustle and bustle of busy city life and work day schedule, sleep deprivation is on the rise.

The average hours of sleep that we need to feel rejuvenated the next day is at least eight hours. Five or six is running it on boarder line.

Exercise helps to regulate the proper functions of your organs and physique. This is also very important for healthy heart rate and blood circulation.

Set a systematic time frame that will include some physical exercise.

Eat more fruits and vegetables, avoid food with too many carbohydrates and drinks that contain too much sugar. Other healthy eating habits includes a low-fat dietary meal. Along with exercise, this will keep you in tip-top shape.

For decades, doctors and researchers have been trying but were not able to explain why is it that victims of heart attack were still prevalent in those who don’t smoke, have low blood cholesterol and have no other recognizable risk factors.

New research now shows that a long-overlooked contributor to cardiovascular disease was hiding in the cracks.

The culprit was the significantly low levels of the Vitamin B fol-ate (Folic Acid) in the blood. Vitamin B then, must clearly be an important part of your daily diet.

The natural food sources of fol-ate are leafy greens and legumes. Fol-ate that also contains multivitamins found in some supplements is a worth-while asset to a healthy diet as well.

MAKE TIME TO STAY FIT:-

Don’t be too busy to exercise.

I know that with the hectic routines of a busy day to day schedule, a lot of us have no time for exercise. However, this is very important for us, if we are to shape and bring the reality of the fantasy figure of ourselves into existence.

Instead of saying, “I can’t find the time!” You have to make the time. It is not complicated, exercise in its simplest terms is just moving your body.

All you have to do is make a resolution and a commitment of time to your busy schedule and move your body more on a higher capacity.

You can do so by running around the block, walking/jogging in the park and going to the gym if you so desire.

You don’t even have to exercise for hours until you are sweating as if you were taking a bath in your clothes. Just moderately enough to contribute to lowering the risks of heart disease, hypertension, diabetes and other ailments is quite fine.

When after a while you look in the mirror and see the way you look, having shed a few pounds, the motivation to take things to another level will come along.

In the game of fitness the motto is usually, “No pain! no gain!” some times you have to press through the obstacles of being busy and press towards the mark for the prize of the high calling.

The calling of eating better and staying fit. Don’t be caught in the net of the dilemma known as ‘Not enough time’.

There is absolutely no individual that are living a successfully healthy lifestyle where exercise in any way, shape or form is absent.

DESSERT ANYONE? :-

Caught between a rock and a hard place.

No dire warnings about excess calories or sightings of America’s Next Top Model along with your own desire for the ideal beach body, can compete with the allure of a perfectly attractive dessert.

There was a TV series recently showing called ‘Siren’ about a mermaid. When she sings, the song is so alluring, that it pulls you in and doesn’t get out of your head. As beautiful as it may sound, the impact of it is to lead you to your destruction because it is one of their attack mechanism.

Desserts if you are not careful can have the same impact on a person trying to stay healthy.

Why? you may ask.

Well, it is a fact that our physiological component as humans, possesses a desire for sweet tastes. That is why most meals are not complete without a little dessert at the end, especially in the American tradition.

Desserts in America are positioned on the battle ground of our desire for them and our conscience that we are trying to stay in shape. Talk about being caught between a rock and a hard place.

So what’s the solution?

Fortunately for us, we don’t have to deny ourselves totally from our passion for rich puddings or some Turkey Hill ice cream with a slice of pumpkin pie, if we consume moderately.

This is one method we can use to manage the struggle of maintaining a healthy weight and at the same time, rewarding ourselves with the pleasures of our deeply rooted cravings.

The next method we can use is to make our own desserts. With some creativity in the kitchen there can be some middle ground.

Creating your own desserts allows you to control what you put in them. For example, you can put some fruits, a touch of grains and nuts (if not allergic).

THE ‘WELLNESS’ NICHE:-

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There are numerous sub-topics that can be used surrounding the wellness niche. Although Affiliate Marketing in the niche of wellness seems to be crowded right now, the positive side of this is that there is a growing trend.

A tremendous need and desire for the perfect beach body is shooting for the stars.

In today’s society as the desire to have that great beach body grows, so is the lifestyle that comes with it. Depicting the epitome of a trendy, typically healthy person of well-being.

What are some things that can contribute to wellness?

  • Enhanced athletic performance
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  • A stress free environment
  • Occasional nature trips with family (interesting)
  • Taking your vitamins A-Z

Notice that I put interesting in bracket next to occasional nature trips with family. That is because wellness is not just physical, but also a mental and spiritual issue.

Your state of mind has to be inspired not only by the awesome and notable creation of God through nature but also your ability to establish and maintain positive relationships with family, friends and associates.

 

Interestingly enough, an occasional nature trip in the forestry does bring an inspiring sense of thrill and awe! It motivates you to play your part in the preservation of nature.

You also get the desire and drive to want to be around longer to enjoy all that nature has to offer.

The joy and thrill of traveling the world to see all the natural resources of nature that exist and the luxury of it seems to motivate you to be well enough to live long and enjoy more.

SOCIAL WELLNESS:-

Connecting to people in our circle.

The ability to inter-act well with others and not be anti-social involves having good communication skills, meaningful relationships, respect for others and support of their endeavors.

We must be contributors to the common good and well-being of our community, not tearing it down with our selfishness.

Proper usage of social media must contribute to the benefit of everyone involved, not for bullying and discrimination. It is to build trust and helps to make society worthwhile to live in.

Individuals must be mature and realize that accountability is inclined to them, and the responsibility is upon them to develop healthy social behaviors.

Such persons must also be willing to actively seek out ways to assist in preserving the beauty and balance of nature and the community.

My Recommendations :-

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Be sure to leave comments, questions or any concerns you may have regarding wellness and living a natural healthy lifestyle below, I will certainly keep you engaged with my timely response. Let us contribute to our community by communication.

Cheers!

Grace, peace and blessings evermore!

David@spiritualandnaturallifestyle.com

 

 

 

 

 

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David Hanson

My name is David Hanson. I'm an ordained minister at First Triumphant Church Of Jesus Christ. Married to Evangelist Betty Hanson who is also an Educator. We are in the process of building our online business to edify, equip and empower those in our community and abroad in the area of spiritual and natural wholesomeness.

8 thoughts on “LIVING A NATURAL HEALTHY LIFESTYLE:- We are care-takers of ourselves and nature.”

  1. Loved this post. Over the past 5 years, in my getting healthier journey, I have found that you need all those elements you mentioned to achieve your goals and come full circle. I also learned everything in moderation. Believe me it helps, especially with the desserts. When we dine out, I eat half of the meal and bring the rest home for my husband’s lunch. I also eat 1/4-1/2 of the dessert. It really works.

    1. Well my sentiments exactly Mary!
      It makes no sense to be working so hard to stay healthy, only to shoot ourselves in the foot by indulgence in the thing that we desire so much, knowing it will hurt us. Moderation is truly the key, since we don’t really have to be deprived of desserts in total. Desserts can be part of a healthy dietary lifestyle if we use wisdom about it.
      Thanks for stopping by!

  2. I love the message you’re trying to convey here. You’re right about social media, most of the time you see negative posts rather than positive ones. That’s why the time I spent on social media is lesser now.

    1. I’m telling you man, we ought to set better moral standards for our younger generation coming up. Otherwise I can’t imagine what kind of world they will be living in 10-20 years from now.
      Thanks for stopping by Nathan!

  3. Everything is about moderation. Can’t just be eating potato chips and ice cream and expecting the body of Adonis. This is great info and so true, I am glad you are out there telling it like it is and helping people become the best them they can be

  4. Hi,
    This is a brilliant post. I enjoyed reading it very much.
    I agree with everything you say.
    Up until a couple of years ago I never really looked after myself properly.
    I didn’t eat properly, get enough sleep or exercise.
    Now though I do all those things and I feel so much better for it too.
    Eating properly and eating the right types of food is actually better and tastier then eating the junk I used to eat.
    I also find that exercising a few times a week makes me feel good and gives me more energy.
    You’re right. You can have all the riches in the world, but what’s the point if you can’t enjoy them.
    Best wishes,
    Michael.

    1. True, riches means nothing if you are not healthy enough to stick around and enjoy it. The worse part is, you can’t even bring it with you if you die. Tell me which funeral limo have you seen with a U-Haul truck behind it?
      Thanks Michael!

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