My original book #2 that I intended to self-publish ended up as an uncompleted work that I initially shared written excerpts of on this blog back in March 2020 – June 2020. And that’s okay. Getting the content out there for individuals to benefit from is much more important to me than the packaging it’s delivered in. The reason I create content in the first place is for the possible positive impact it can have on people. And therefore, I’d rather the content be on my blog (in an unfinished state) than sitting in my computer . . . idly standing by. I think you’ll enjoy the subject matter. It has everything to do with “The Rightful Placement Process” for your life. And this time around, I’m providing it to you in audio version. So, feel free to sit back, relax, and take in Part Two.
And, here’s your “The Weekly Top 5” — all about . . .
The Top 5 Health Tips for Feeding the Mind:
- Take in less processed foods and eat more raw foods. I’ve heard it said that the best foods to eat are those foods that come without labels, such as your fruits and veggies. Do you know why fruits and vegetables don’t need labels? Answer: they are what they are. They put on no pretense and have no hidden agendas (or ingredients) in this case.
- If you have trouble downing vegetables, especially those of the green and leafy persuasion, try adding them to a smoothie or green drink and consume them that way.
- Nutrients tend to dwindle in potency when dealing with foods in this order: raw ⇒ cooked and raw ⇒ frozen ⇒ canned.
- Try to eat as much organic as you can. Items that have been less tampered with, or that are in their more natural state, are your best options.
- You should definitely get your meats and dairy in their organic states. You want any of your animal or animal by-products to say things to the effect of: naturally raised/farm raised, free range, grass fed, and no antibiotics or hormones.