Think about what you are putting into your mouth! Ask yourself 'Will this food or drink help me to think clearly? Will this meal give me nutrition or will it take away my energy? Everything you put into your mouth has a purpose and a destiny. Ask yourself will this meal be a blessing or a burden! Either way, 'thinking' is the start of cultivating successful habits.
Most of us get back pain at some point in our lives. It may be due to a sports-related injury, an accident, or a congenital condition such as scoliosis. But most of the time, upper or lower back pain develops during the course of day-to-day life. Repetitive activities at work or home, such as sitting at a computer or lifting and carrying, may produce tension and muscle tightness that result in a backache. One solution to preventing back pain is to improve posture.
Although sugar is of concern, diabetes is also connected to 'fats'. The good fats are omega-3, omega-6, and smaller amounts of omega-9. These essential fatty acids are found in seeds and nuts, fresh vegetables and fruit, free-range meats, and cold-water fish. The human body requires approximately twice as much omega-e as omega-6. Look for high-quality cold-pressed flax oil and sesame oil, hemp seed oil, or a balanced omega-fat mixture with twice as much omega-3 as omega-6 and some omega-9.