There are various ways that you can recharge your natural health and state of wellbeing. There isn’t just one simple road – the journey is different for everyone.
Along the way you may come across many bumps and challenges as your life path unfolds. Yet what you can do is learn to go with the flow, rise up against the challenge and set yourself free…
Following a healthy lifestyle can give you back this personal power so you are capable of living to your absolute best. Here are some recommendations to help you along the way…
1. Eat more raw foods
Raw foods are full of living enzymes and these have been shown to boost digestion and fight chronic disease.
While you don’t have to consume everything raw – eating plenty of raw fruits and vegetables will cleanse and nourish you from the inside out, keeping your body in a more alkaline state.
Aim to eat between 9-14 portions of fresh or frozen vegetables on a daily basis, around 50% raw juiced if possible – use the pulp in soups.
Blending food is a good way to get more vitamins and minerals from these nourishing foods into your diet and support good digestion.
2. Take time for you
Spending time relaxing and unwinding is vital to replenish your energy levels. Meditation has been shown in studies to help reduce stress and anxiety.
Taking the time to be more mindful of the moment and your thoughts has more than just mental and emotional benefits – over the long-term it may have physical benefits too such as better self-control and emotional regulation.
This means you’re more likely to feel good within the moment and appreciate it for what it is and this could potentially help you to curb unhealthy eating habits – even find joy in exercise!
3. Take a natural health enzyme
Enzymes are vital for life and serve a wide range of functions within the human body, including the support of the digestive and metabolic system.
Serrapeptase is a naturally occurring proteolytic enzyme you may want to consider adding into your health and lifestyle regimen.
This enzyme that’s manufactured in a laboratory plays an important role in safely eliminating inflammation within the body – a major cause of chronic disease.
4. Stay active and motivated
Keeping active with regular exercise or other activities is a good way to keep your energy levels high, maintain a healthy weight and avoid the risk of certain kinds of diseases including high blood pressure and Diabetes Type 2.
Walking, running, cycling, hula hooping, rebounding, yoga, gym…whatever takes your fancy, the important part is to do something you enjoy and to keep moving if you want to stay healthy and happy!
5. Choose legumes instead of starches
Breads, cereals, pastas – in fact all starchy carbohydrates are bad when digested and can cause inflammation in the body. Eliminate ALL grains if you want to get healthy as they can play havoc with the immune system. Instead, opt for legumes.
Legumes are rich in protein and fiber, while still being a healthy and steady source of natural carbohydrates – making them a healthy alternative for anyone and everyone who is looking for natural energy.
There are many amazing uses for legumes and by far the best is the creation of legume pasta – that allows you the convenience of your favourite food with all the combined health benefits of lentils! See examples below for some healthy recommendations.
Following these tips above can make a big difference to your level of natural health. Hopefully this list will inspire you to take daily action towards achieving good health and reaping the wellness rewards.
SerraEnzyme™ 80,000IU – Serrapeptase is a proteolytic enzyme that can safely dissolve and digest inflammation within living organisms, leaving the healthy tissue intact. Once the inflammation is gone, the body is then capable of healing itself and natural health is restored. Available in 80,000IU, 250,000IU and in delayed release capsules and enteric coated tablets amongst other Serrapeptase formulations from Good Health Naturally.
Really Healthy Pasta™ – A healthy meal replacement for traditional wheat pasta, this is organic, gluten-free, grain-free and non-GMO pasta made from one simple ingredient legumes and nothing else. Available in Black Bean, Buckwheat and Golden Flaxseed, Chickpea, Mung Bean and Red Lentil, in fusilli and penne shapes from Good Health Naturally.
What is the daily dose for a 10kg dog of 80000 iu serrapeptase
Hi Ian, for a small dog we recommend 1-2 per day of the 80,000iu.