A papaya a day may help keep the doctor away.
It’s time to turn your attention to the papaya. Hailed as “the fruit of the angels” for its delicious taste, papayas could have earned this nickname with the effect they have on the body. Papayas and papaya juice pack tons of potential health benefits.
Papaya’s healthy rep dates back all the way to ancient times. Papaya has been used to treat everything from irregular periods to sunburn and irregularity. Read on to find out what this super fruit can do for your health and how you can take advantage of all of the benefits of papayas and papaya juice.
At Infinity House Retreat we believe having a good understanding of nutrition is vital to living a normal and healthy life , it is our mission to make nutritional information and advice available to the masses.
One very special lady helping make that happen is Lorna McCormack
Eating right, getting exercise and staying healthy can be an onerous task even when you’re in your normal routine at home. But armed with a gym membership, a kitchen full of healthy food and knowledge of your local restaurants, you can most often make the right choices.
So why is it then, that so many people start to make all the wrong choices when they go away? Whatever the reasons, it’s helpful to bear these few tips in mind when travelling to help you stay on track for your goals or just maintain the healthy lifestyle that you love.
As you galvanise into action and inch closer towards your healthy lifestyle with the aid of NLP, here are some guidelines on how to formulate your goals so that you can achieve them as smoothly and effortlessly as possible. An effective fitness journey begins with strategic planning. Benjamin Franklin said
If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail!”
A recent study by a company that sells herbal products to menopausal women found that women start to feel invisible around the age of 51.
Women no longer feel men notice them when they walk into a room, nor do they see admiring glances coming their way. The result, says this study of 2,000 women, is depression. The Daily Mail reported that,
More than two-thirds of those over 45 reported walking into a room and feeling “completely unnoticed”by the opposite sex. Nearly half said they lacked confidence and many blamed their grey hair, need for glasses or the struggle to find stylish clothes.
How about we tweak the old proverb to ‘All study and no Play makes Jack a dull boy’’. Yes, we agree to this statement, and admit even more with the latest trend where we see children busy with their electronic gadgets, iPads, TV, video games.
In the olden days we’ve seen our parents and grandparents walking miles together to fetch groceries, go to work, walk together, doing things themselves rather than depending on help. Nowadays due to all amenities and facilities we find it a big task to walk, due to TV and tabs kids don’t play around, they enjoy long rides with their parents rather than walking.
When we as parents don’t follow up to practicing a regular exercise pattern, how can we expect that from our children?
It’s there for us in times of celebration, sadness, stress and romance. Chocolate is our friend and our comfort, whether we enjoy it at Easter, Christmas or just as a treat in front of the TV in the evening. But have we really considered that it might be good for us?
We’re bombarded with information about healthy diets and the dangers of too much sugar, but it’s so easy to ignore when there’s a tempting box of chocolates in front of us. Of course it’s important to enjoy sweet treats in moderation, but there’s a particular type of chocolate that has lots of health benefits – dark chocolate. Preferably the organic, expensive type that has a percentage of at least 70% cocoa.
We learn in grade school science class that energy can appear in either the potential or kinetic form. The electricity in the wiring of your home is available for any use you choose. When you turn a light switch to the “on” position, energy appears in the form of light. This is the kinetic state because the energy is being used or expended. However, when you turn the light switch to the “off” position, the energy remains in the potential state – ready to be used at the flick of a switch.
The inherent power of fear, anger, and self-willed desire can also be stored potentially or expended kinetically, and it is your personal attention that determines in which state the energy resides. If the mind’s conscience (known as “buddhi” in Sanskrit) defines a particular thought as a form of energy that will enable you to fulfill the purpose of your life (a shreya), it is suggesting that you transform the state of that thought energy from the potential into the kinetic by taking some appropriate action. In other words, you are encouraged to think about the shreya, speak in service to the shreya, and take some physical action in service to the shreya.