30 Day Mental Cleanse Challenge Starts January 1st, 2019
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Health is not just the absence of symptoms. Holistic health encompasses the mind, body, and spirit. The health foundations discussed include air, water, food, sunlight, exercise, rest, emotions, body and energy balance, and spirituality. Stacey helps to guide clients on their journey to better health.
What Are We Eating?
Food quality plays an enormous role in your health. The diet industry would lead you to believe that reducing calories is the key to health but that is not true. Your body needs proteins, carbohydrates, and fats in order to build tissues and fuel metabolic activities. One of the simplest steps you can take is to eat mindfully. No supplement can replace a balanced diet rich in a wide variety of nutrients. Learn about indigenous diets, cultured and fermented foods, probiotics, macros, USDA Food Guide, malnutrition, sugar and artificial sweeteners, glycemic index, and neurotoxins.
Emotions and mental health are an integral part of holistic healthcare. Emotions are the expression of feelings which are based on our perceptions. An optimistic perception can be learned and has many health benefits. Stress occurs when basic body needs are not met and triggers the “fight or flight” response through the adrenal glands. Emotional stress can manifest as physical complaints and there are many ways in which these emotions can be released. Learn more on mental health statistics, optimism vs. pessimism, roots of stress, emotional links to the physical body, and emotional release techniques.
The Importance of Exercise
Your body benefits from regular exercise. You gain improvement in cardiovascular function, reduction in cardiovascular disease risk factors, improve cognitive function, increased work performance, enhanced feelings of wellbeing along with much, much more. Exercise is also an important process for one of our body’s main elimination pathways. Learn more on physical, nutritional, and obesity statistics, benefits of regular exercise, body detoxification, autophagy, cardiorespiratory fitness, muscular fitness, flexibility, neuromotor fitness, body composition, body mass index, and exercise alternatives,
As many as 70 million Americans are affected by chronic sleep loss or sleep disorders. One of the most common complaints is trouble falling asleep. Learn more on the stages of sleep, light exposure and circadian rhythms, earthing/grounding, horary (Qi) cycle, sleep disorder statistics, sleep needs for specific age groups, sleep deprivation, side effects of sleep aids, and natural ways to improve sleep.
Nutrition comes from our food. In order to get the best nutrition, we should include plenty of clean and fresh vegetables, fruits, grains, and meat in order for us to obtain all the vital nutrients needed for growth and to maintain and sustain life and health. Because of the poor quality of our soil, nutrition is not the same now as it was hundreds of years ago and supplementation is sometimes necessary. Learn what nutrients (food that nourishes) cause proper growth and that maintain and sustain health. Stacey will cover amino acids, vitamins, minerals and trace minerals, probiotics, enzymes and hydrochloric acid, protein, fats carbohydrates, fiber, and essential fatty acids.