Miranda Kerr the #Noni 👑 💚 ⠀
Miranda Kerr really knows her nutrition; she lives, breaths and oozes a healthy lifestyle and thankfully for us she's a sharer. She talks through the superfoods that feature heavily in her diet. Noni juice, a secret she stole from the Polynesians, is something she drinks twice daily for her skin. She also blends nutrient-dense acai, raw cocoa and maca powders with chia seeds, organic coconut oil and avocado into her smoothies and eats lots of quinoa, a super-grain seed which is considered a complete protein.⠀
The prevalence of autism in U.S. children has increased by 119.4 percent between the year 2000 – when 1 in 150 children were affected – and 2010, with 1 in 68 kids being affected by autism. Trend shows by 2030 every third child is going to develop some kind form of autism.
Autism is not something we catch, it is caused by different combination of genetic and environmental influences.
It is a Warning!
MSG, other neurotoxins
Lock of sleep
Chemical,emotional, physical stress
Are we going to the right direction? Are we going to have a healthier population?
It is up to us to start living a healthier lifestyle, eat clean, supplement ourself with quality products. Show our kids a great example, this is the way to have a healthy next generation.. Everything start with us, at home in our little environment!! Prevention!!! National Autism Awareness Month, April 2017
The human body is very much like a car. It gives you signals, little warnings that something isn’t right. It seems like most people do a better job of responding to the signals their car gives them than their body. Symptoms like fatigue, indigestion, cravings, headaches, elevated cholesterol, and blood sugar are nothing more than signals – letting us know that something isn’t functioning right. It’s our job to address what is causing those problems. But if we don’t, those simple annoying problems could grow and be at the root of your major health complaint.
There is not one magic formula that is going to do everything for you. It’s like peeling an onion; it’s one layer at a time.
Fixing symptoms is easy. It doesn’t require that much effort on our part and we feel relief very soon afterward. Unfortunately, this kind of “fixing” is like cheating yourself. Temporary.
Finding the root cause requires persistence.
Finding (and fixing) the root cause requires action on your part as well.
There is going to be some courage required when you go after the root cause.
I do encourage everyone go and see your doctor regularly,but do not just accept if something is not working well. Doctors and patients should work hand in hand to find and address the root of the symptoms. If not, we have to fire that doctor. Sometimes we gave them too much power over our own body because we are just too weak,lazy or ignorant to go after the real problem and work for our own well being.
I love Doctors who are practicing health care, who is respecting our wonderfully created human body.
Our body is not doing anything against us, just adapting the environment to keep us alive. It is our responsibility to work with it and guide back to find balance again.
We need Health-care not disease management,but it is up to us, to stand up and find the Great Doctors!❤ Happy National Doctors Day!
@mrmuleman Photo Challenge Day #21 - Vitamin Supplementation. It's a proven fact that NO ONE📣📣 gets all the essential vitamin and mineral supplementation from food only. It's imperative to get a full blood💉 panel and know where you stand with your numbers. My Husband is a Medical Laboratory Scientist, so blood is his career and I'm fortunate to have insider knowledge on this. If you haven't, I really encourage it. We're all different with a different set of needs. I finally found the perfect recipe for success, hoping everyone has found their's also. 😘
Women need approximately 45mg of vitamin C a day. These are just some of the foods that contain it and the amounts they contain. Vitamin C is found in high quantities in so many foods. So why is it one of the most common supplements people take? #MindForBody#ComingSoon#VitaminCFoodSources
Did you know today is world Vitamin D Day? Evidence is growing that vitamin D is important for much more than just bones; the vitamin seems to have a role in preventing colorectal and other cancers, diabetes, arthritis and even multiple sclerosis (MS). Controversy is growing because it seems like most of us dont get the appropiate amounts of vit D that our body require. The official recommendations may be changing if the voices of dissent are heard. In the meantime, there seems to be fairly widespread agreement among experts that 1,000 IU daily of vitamin D is optimal for most people, and that the upper limit (the amount not to exceed to avoid risk of toxicity), which is currently set at 2,000 IU per day, can safely be raised to as high as 10,000 IU per day. In the meantime, This picture shows different sources of vit D, but as for me, is the only vitamin I supplement on, my blood test showed that I was having vit D defiency, even though I live in Miami where I have sunlight exposure everyday and I eat a very balance diet! Which leads me to think most people should? No matter what supplement on vit D! At least 1,000 iu daily! #yourdietmethod#vitaminD#vitaminDcontroversia#andrenutrition#healthy#instafit#instafood#food#health#veggies#eatright#eatclean#foodbydietitian#inspiration#motivation#nutritionchallenge#vitaminsupplementation