Exercise, including cardio and strength training, help increase your body’s ability to fight infection. It’s recommended we get 10-30 minutes at least three times per week.
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7-8 Hours of restful sleep is important to your body’s ability to fight infection and helps keep blood pressure level.
Take a Break
Constant stress causes the body to release cortisol, which lowers resistance to infection and contributes to poor sleep and high blood pressure. Reduce stress. Take a break. Practice deep breathing, meditation or simply rest for at least five minutes.
I often suffer with cracked heels in the winter. I found this recipe for a foot soak. I thought it might also help you. Fill a tub with 1/2 Cup Listerine and l/2 Cup Apple Cider Vinegar. Add enough warm water to cover feet. Soak for 20 minutes. Dry skin should slough off easily. Dry.Continue reading “Cracked heels?”
A Belly Warmer For You
Low Carb Tomato Soup Roast 10 plum tomatoes (or equivalent) and 2 garlic cloves 20 minutes at 425 degrees. In a blender, add 2 Cups chicken broth and roasted vegetables. Whip smooth. Add salt, pepper and hot sauce to taste. If you want it creamy, you can add 2 Cups heavy cream when you whipContinue reading “A Belly Warmer For You”
Don’t Worry Yourself Sick!
Positive thoughts reduce stress and inflammation and increase resistance to infection. Negative thoughts do the opposite. Think positive thoughts!
Dancing The Blues Away!
I read that research shows dancing for a minute sends your endorphins soaring and makes you feel good. No wonder I love dancing! Check out the Dance Contest where you can post your dance videos and WIN big. Rules are at this website. Click image.
Lemon Mug Cake
This delectable, low-carbohydrate treat is so easy, you’ll want to make it every night for dessert. Grease a mug. Whisk an egg. Add 3 TB almond flour, 3 TB low-carb sweetener, 2 TB oil, 1 TB lemon juice, 1/4 TB baking powder, 1 Tsp lemon zest. Mix well. Microwave 1.5 minutes. Top with whipped sweetContinue reading “Lemon Mug Cake”
Be Careful What You Think!
Be mindful what you tell yourself. Your subconscious mind believes what you think. It cannot distinguish between conjecture and fact. It takes your attitude as fact. Feed it faith, truth, love, goodness and happiness. You’ve heard the old saying, you reap what you sow? Don’t plant seeds of negativity in your subconscious mind. Plant positiveContinue reading “Be Careful What You Think!”
Fun Cures Stress