After sporting events, instead of reaching for sugar-filled Gatorade, try one of these instead:
Juice Celery + Apple + Lemon
This juice combination works wonders for replacement of electrolytes. The celery has a natural source of sodium, potassium, magnesium, chloride, and phosphorus. Apple provides additional potassium and natural sweetness. Lemon is the highest electrolyte containing citrus fruit.
Stir Sea Salt + Baking Soda + Lemon Juice + Maple Syrup into 8 ounces of Water
This is a great natural remedy for serious endurance athletes.
Shake Raw Coconut Water + Chia Seeds
Raw coconut water has a ton of electrolytes and potassium that will not only help you stay hydrated but also keep your body from getting any cramps. It is completely natural and very low in sugar. Combine with Chia seeds which are an incredible energy food – full of omega 3 fatty acids, protein, fiber. These seeds have the ability to keep you from getting dehydrated because of they can hold 9 times their weight in water!
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Summertime. . . and the living is easy.
Summertime for many people means a slower pace or at least a different pace from the rest of the year. For most of us, summer is a sigh of relief. A time to breathe deeply, to return to our senses, to enjoy ourselves and our families.
Summer is a time to take stock. It’s a time to tune in and ask yourself some questions:
– How am I doing?
– Where do I need to slow down more?
– Where do I need to focus more?
– Am I spending enough time with my family and loved ones?
– Am I taking good care of my own needs?
– Where can I serve?
How do you slow down and take time to center yourself? Do you meditate? Listen to music? Go for walks? Do something rhythmic, like drumming or knitting or playing the piano?
Slow rhythm helps reset our nervous system and calms us. The part of the brain that deals with rhythm is in the oldest, most basic part of our brain. We can use rhythm, as in noticing our breathing, or in the repetition of knitting, walking or other monotonous tasks, to help reset the nervous system. READ MORE
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These two plans can get your child off to a great start for the fall semester of school. They can also help you, the adult, cope better and/or help with your own success.
In the current issue of AustinMD Magazine, Dr. Books writes about three case studies of patients whom received Books Neural Therapy. Beyond dyslexia and ADHD treatments, Books Neural Therapy offers the restoration of mental health by rewiring your basic fundamental neurology. It incorporates the latest advances in nueroscience to find communication breakdowns in the circuitry (your nervous system). This article has real life stories of three patients who faced learning challenges, allergies, head injuries, chronic fatigue, and more.
Breathwork for Health, Stress Release and Personal Mastery.
by Gay Hendricks
Conscious Breathing draws on more than twenty years of research and practice to present a simple yet comprehensive program that can be used every day to improve energy, mental clarity, and physical health. As the essential life-force of the body, the breath influences how we feel on every level. READ MORE
A customized Approach to Health and a Whole Foods Lifestyle.
by Diane Sanfilippo
Our great-grandmothers didn’t need nutrition lessons—then again, they weren’t forced to wade through aisle after aisle of packaged foods touting outlandish health claims and confusing marketing jargon. Over the last few decades, we’ve forgotten what “real food” is—and we’re left desperately seeking foods that will truly nourish our bodies. We’re disillusioned with the “conventional wisdom” for good reason—it’s gotten us nowhere.READ MORE
By Dr. Books
Keeping your family hydrated over the summer can require some ingenuity on your part.
If your kids get bored with plain water, try some of the “infusion” ideas. Infusion is a fancy term for adding fruits to a jar of water. Check out these ideas which are found on the back of a Ball mason Jar Infuser package.
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”My fourteen year old son and I went through Freedom Fast Track the same week. By the second day, I wanted to jump up and down. I felt so good myself. And I finally “got it” that my son was going to be ok. By the end of our five days, my son was laughing… a sound that I thought had just dried up inside him. What a great week!”