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Top 10 Healthy Lifestyle Habits

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1. FRESH AIR

Oxygen feeds, nourishes us. Make our lives count for the future and our blue-green Planet’s pure air. Walk gently, breathe in now, full, deep, strong, long.

2. SHINE

Plants take in sunlight and so do we. Get outdoors, take off glasses, don’t overdo it. Call it Yummy – when it’s Sunny – smile, play, and dance in the light…

3. WATER

Drink in the cleanest, most alive water you can find. (Would you take a bath in fruit juice, soda or beer? Yukk!) Carry your own bottle! Fill. Drink. Repeat.

4. MOVEMENT

Life is Movement / Movement is Life. Dance, sing, play, walk, run, skip, ride, hike, ski, sail… how many more can you think of?

5. PREDOMINANTLY VEGAN DIET

We do not have carnivore teeth. Our long intestinal loves fibrous plant food; be lean and nourished into good health with vegan foods, grow younger (non-animal).

6. EAT AT LEAST 50% LIVING, RAW FOOD

Turn your yard into a garden –grow non-gmo seeds, buy organic, safely pick wild, sprout. Know where your food comes from – be a thriver, not just a survivor!

7. ORGANIC WHOLE FOODS

Clear your grocery list of all but Whole foods. How much is left? “No whites” is a good start; the whole means NO processing. Get really radical, go “cold turkey”!

8. LIMIT ANIMAL PROTEIN TO 7% MAX

The landmark book, China Study shows ALL, ALL Degenerative Conditions are either Eliminated or Reversed with a maximum of 7% animal foods in the diet.

9. MODERATION – EAT SMALL QUANTITIES

We live in an age of “too much”. Learn to love being hungry and have less: 3 small meals/day, 5 hrs. between, 12 hrs. empty at night …

10. MORE GRATITUDE / LESS ATTITUDE

These things initiate healing at the deepest levels of our being, and radiate forth into the world as our “radio signal”. Know our creative power.

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