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Mon Jul 04, 2011 4:34 pm  Reply with quote

What are you doing for your health?
What are you doing to help your body stay healthy?

I've recently cut out all soda/pop..........it's NOT good for me........

I've also cut out almost all salt.

What are you all doing to stay healthy?
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Mon Jul 04, 2011 5:57 pm  Reply with quote

Ride a mountain bike for cardio.
Big breakfast, little dinner.
No soda, sugar, corn syurp or fructose.
Rarely eat any processed foods.
Limit Carbohydrates.
Drink lots of water.
Lots of fish, fruits and vegetables.
Stretching exercises.
Stay active at work and with horses.
Take supplements.
Drink homemade green tea every day.
Most important...prayer, asking God to keep me healthy and to guide me into healthy life style choices.
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Mon Jul 04, 2011 6:06 pm  Reply with quote

As of April 2011, no more red meat, way less bread, no rice, and much more salads without dressings. Plus a daily 20 minutes exercise regimen.
This too shall pass
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Mon Jul 04, 2011 6:29 pm  Reply with quote

Excellent things to be doing!!!
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Mon Mar 26, 2012 8:00 pm  Reply with quote

Lift weights and study martial arts, used to diet but the only thing to get thinner is my hair. Embarassed
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Mon Mar 26, 2012 10:25 pm  Reply with quote

I walk sometimes and try to eat healthy. I wish I had a treadmill or I wish I could go to a GYM because the weather sometimes makes it hard to go out. treadmill. I need to find the exercise video that my mom has so I can exercise in the house. Well, health wise I am doing o.k. but could be a little better.
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Wed Sep 19, 2012 7:20 am  Reply with quote

I stopped eating meat 15 years ago. Not everybody could do with this, but for me it is the perfect diet, since I never liked meat much as a child. These days some of my friends start doing the same in order to raise a healthy lifestyle. They agree with my experience that you have much more energy without meat, because for your body it is pretty hard to digest it. Apart from that I try to keep my sugar level low and of course avoid alcohol and cigarettes.
I work full time in a watch store. In order to keep up a certain level of physical exercise, I try to make my way to work by bike each day, unless the temperature is below zero or something. And in betweentimes, when I am not polishing pilot watches or doing any customer service, I do some crunches.

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Thu Sep 20, 2012 8:13 am  Reply with quote

I take a handful of vitamins at nearly every meal.

Walk 2 miles a day.

Stay away from sugar (I eat a sugary snack only once every three days and then it has to fit in the palm of my hand).

Absolutely no soda/coke.

Little to no bread.

Push ups!
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Thu Sep 20, 2012 11:23 am  Reply with quote

To take careof the body, mind and soul that God made, I am..
Trying always to avoid junk food
Taking myself and my little beefy Chihuahua out several times a day for walks
Staying in the Word to keep myself mentally and emotionally healthy



smiling a lot Very Happy It actually uses fewer face muscles than frowning. Sad
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Fri Sep 21, 2012 4:17 am  Reply with quote

Play football (Its called soccer in the US) as often as possible.
Walk 5-7 kilometres monday to saturday.
Eat home-cooked meals: rice, vegetables, and meats.
Trying to drink lots of water.
Sleep well.
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Fri Sep 21, 2012 7:55 am  Reply with quote

My health plan
Aquaponic garden and chickens in the yard. no microwaved anything, no genetically modified foods or processed foods, No eugenics inspired vaccines or pharmaceuticals (pharmakeia = sorcery) Real health comes from the farm not the pharmacy !
filtered and alkalized water ( flouride first used in water of nazi concentraion camps to lower intelligence and make prisoners more passive. and disease can only exist in an acidic enviroment)
living food not lab food
honoring the bible diet guidelines no unclean scavengers on the plate
Did Jesus create this food or did some corporation ? Remember the use of food as a weapon in history.
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Wed Aug 26, 2015 12:31 pm  Reply with quote

  • walk/run
  • drink water, esp. first thing in the morning
  • get natural sunlight
  • eat 4-5 small meals each day
  • eat only organic/non-GMO foods
  • do not eat sugar/sweeteners or (currently) grains
  • do eat lots of eggs, veggies, fresh fruits and nuts
  • eat healthy fats (olive oil, butter, olives, avocados, fish/meat, cheese, etc.)
  • drink raw whole milk
  • eat fermented veggies/brine
  • eat probiotic foods: kefir, yogurt, etc.
  • use natural-fiber fabrics, not synthetic
  • use a toaster oven instead of a microwave
  • take a probiotic supplement
  • take CoQ10 (for my eyes)
  • take an iron supplement
  • use a headset instead of putting my cell phone near my head
  • turn down brightness on computer screen
  • sleep at least 8 hours a night, and/or take a midday nap
  • early to bed, early to rise (okay, still working on the first part...)
  • wear zero-drop shoes/ avoid high-heels
  • do not wear tight or constricting clothing
  • minimal use of deodorants, avoid antiperspirants
  • do Egoscue exercises and stretches, esp. for my ankles and shoulders
  • avoid contact with chemicals such as nail polish, hairspray, hair dye, lotion, makeup, perfume, air fresheners, etc.
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