Holy goodness, I just realized I haven’t blogged since the first week of March. Lame. No excuse. I’m just totally busy with life. So many things are going through my mind-I’ve been dreaming about the future, worrying, stressing and trying to pull out my usual positive attitude which is almost always right there in my center, beneath my heart. It’s coming. It’s there. I’m just going through a little rough spot now but all will be well soon. Nothing ever gets the best of me. In the mean time, I have changed my eating habits and have begun eliminating excessive sugars from my diet and now I eat powerhouse foods that are made up of disease fighting antioxidants. In addition, I’m now focused on slimming down naturally without stress or pressure on myself. I wanted to share with you the few changes I’ve made and I hope you, too, will begin to eat more healthy and make those changes a way of life, to keep weight off and disease away. Here’s what I do:
3. I watch my sugar intake carefully and don’t consume much of it any more.
5. I love red seedless grapes as snacks. They are so delicious, and they help stave off dementia and help my heart.
6. I snack on a handful of nuts like Brazil nuts and walnuts. Both amazingly healthy for you.
(Please check with your doctor before you consume any of these foods, be wary of allergies to foods.)
These are the few changes I’ve made and so far and I know they’ve made me feel and look healthier and more energetic. Not only that, these dietary changes have lessened the amount of calories I take in which has been a benefit in the weight loss column. Slowly I’ve taken off 27lbs since last May. I am happy.
What changes have you made to get healthier? Let me know…I need some new suggestions!