Top 5 Health Tips


I recently gave this list to someone and thought it would be nice to share…

Bare 5 Top Health Tips

1. Turn off the lights.
After the sun goes down, turn off the bright lights. You don’t have to go to sleep but dim the lights. Lamps and counter lights are fine, as is firelight and candles. The closer you keep it to what it’s like outside the better. Everything falls in place when the body gets in rhythm with the sun and getting healthier gets a lot easier when we turn off the lights. Not to mention you’ll end up getting to bed earlier which is always a good thing.

2. Drop vegetable oil.
In every form, drop it. Soybean, corn, canola, cottonseed, sunflower, safflower, peanut, etc. One of the newest, most highly processed and toxic substances in our food supply, these fats are bad news in many, many ways. Stick with olive oil, butter, coconut oil, lard, and other traditional fats.

3. Limit your wheat (and corn).
Highly processed, genetically modified and full of substances that can encourage weight gain and inflammation, wheat and corn are in just about everything. In nearly everyone I’ve come across, limiting wheat goes a long way toward feeling better and losing weight. Corn is not too far behind as being conscious of it too really helps most people.

4. Get outside.
Simple but massively helpful. Get fresh air and natural light every day. If you can connect to the ground, even better, get your bare feet on the earth. The restorative and centering energy the natural elements provide is second to none in improving health.

5. Laugh.
Doesn’t matter how, where or when, laugh as much as you can. Having fun and laughing can contribute more to your health than what you eat or how much “cardio” you do. The biology of joy and laughter is literally incompatible with disease and ill health. Have fun and you will be healthier.

There they are, the Bare 5 Top 5 Health Tips. The places where you get the most bang for your buck. Invest some time and energy in these 5 areas and you will get an enormous return in health.

Thanks for reading, have a great day!


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