“We can complain because rose bushes have thorns, or rejoice because thorns have roses.”
– Alphonse Karr, A Tour Round My Garden
Life can be tough sometimes. Are you curious why some people stay so healthy and others are frequently sick? Often it is not just about what they eat, drink, or how long they sleep. But it is people’s positive perspective about their life, living in gratitude for all life offers.
We are now entering the season of Thanks-Giving and of gift giving. Being thankful and offering a simple statement of gratitude for everything will bring ease and joy to your heart. I am grateful for every thing that comes my way. Even if it may be a struggle, I am always grateful for the lesson I learned.
Try this and experience how life makes great changes: Alphonse Karr, A Tour Round My Garden
Check out what I’ve been reading:
Eating Right Improves Your Odds of Avoiding Mental Decline
There are many ways of improving brain health but the most important one Is how your nutrition intake matters for your entire body. Every part of the body, needs the right fuel to support function, but especially brain cells. Good decisions are made by brain cells all functioning at the top of their game. This article gives you some extra nutrition guidance for improved brain health. Need help? Call me for an appointment (319-631-0824) or send me an email.
As the season has definitely changed so have the fruit seasonal choices. For example, the best pears are the ones in season. Did you know pears can help reduce the risk of Type 2 Diabetes? There are several kinds of pears to choose from and many ways to eat them. This article offers some new ideas.
Nutritious foods have a lower environmental impact than unhealthy foods
I know everyone by now recycles many trash items in your household, but let’s take a step back further. Can you do more to reduce what you need to recycle?
“We now know that making our nutrition a priority will pay dividends for the Earth, as well.”