Giving Thanks Is More Than A Holiday

“It’s how happy people live…”

This video shows a man as he reminisces about his life and the things for which he’s thankful. It is a wonderful reminder that giving thanks should happen more than just once a year. It should happen everyday. It’s the little things that are important.

Happy Thanksgiving

from

Purple Almond Wellness!

This will be my final post until December 7, 2020. I will be spending quality time with my family during this week of Thanksgiving. Next week, December 2, 2020, I am scheduled to have cataract surgery and will be taking that week off as well. See you all in 2 weeks.

Until next time, God bless and Namaste my friends.

Do Something Nice for Someone When You Can

Doing something nice for others doesn’t just benefit them but also you too. We’re meant to be giving creatures, yet many of us see giving as a form of sacrifice. This is simply not true. When we give, we get so much more in return in more ways than one. It doesn’t have to be related to money at all either, but could be a simple as sending a card, an email, making a dish for someone, running errand for a friend, sending flowers, taking someone to lunch, or even just letting someone ahead of you in line at the grocery store. Or, give to an animal organization, volunteer at one, or just do something to promote cultural awareness and animal welfare. Doing small things for the good of others on a regular basis is an important part of long-term wellness.

https://www.onegreenplanet.org/lifestyle/thirty-days-to-a-healthier-you-a-daily-checklist-of-wellness-tips/

“If the road ahead is complicated, you will make it even more complicated when you panic! The calmer you are, the simpler the world will be!” ― Mehmet Murat ildan

Good night and God bless!

Until next time…

Namaste my friends!

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Learn to Love Sleep

Sleep is a gift, something that’s just as important as the food on our plate and our exercise habits. It’s the time of the day that our body resets itself, detoxifies, and allows us to be able to conquer the next day ahead. Depression, weight gain, stress, and even food cravings can all occur when we don’t get enough rest. For some of us, our sleep needs may be 8 hours, and others it could be 9 or 10… get enough until you wake up at the same time each day without the need for an alarm clock.

https://www.onegreenplanet.org/lifestyle/thirty-days-to-a-healthier-you-a-daily-checklist-of-wellness-tips/

“Mindset is everything. Like the eye of a storm -find the sunshine and calm within you, even if there is chaos outside of you.” ― Brittany Burgunder

Good night and God bless!

Until next time…

Namaste my friends!

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15 Proven Red Palm Oil Benefits For A Good Health – Howtocure.com

Since I was diagnosed with Fuch’s Corneal Dystrophy, I’ve been researching health and nutrition for the eyes. Fuch’s dystrophy is the death of the cells in the cornea and can lead to blindness. The only known cure is a cornea transplant. The only positive of this whole mess is it’s slow growing. If I ever do need a cornea transplant, it won’t be for 15 to 20 year.. It is my intention, however, to stop this genetic disease in it’s tracks. I have absolutely no desire for a cornea transplant. So I dove headlong into eye research and stumbled across the super health benefits of red palm oil. It’s jam packed with eye healthy nutritients.

To learn more about

my Fuch’s Dystrophy story,

FOLLOW THIS LINK.

Red palm oil is a source of, or rich in:

  • phytonutrients
  • antioxidants
  • natural carotenes (pro-vitamin A)
  • tocopherols and tocotrienols (vitamin E)
  • co-enzyme Q10
  • omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids

Red palm oil has following vitamin A and vitamin E profile:

  • Carotenes 100ppm
  • Tocotrienols 400ppm

I know what some of you may be thinking. Isn’t this oil the stuff that destroys the environment in order to harvest it? Doesn’t it destroy the orangutan habitats? I said the same thing when I first read about red palm oil. In fact, I’ve avoided palm oil for years because I thought it was environmentally destructive. However, there are companies who have found ways to harvest it safely, without destroying the environment or habits. I use Nutiva brand. Here is a quote from their store site:

The region in Ecuador where our Organic Red Palm Oil is grown has numerous small family farms, averaging 10 hectares (about 25 acres), interspersed throughout the regional forests. These subsistence farms were planted many years ago and are now being worked by second and third generation farming families. Palm oil grown in Southeast Asia is associated with destruction of rainforest and orangutan habitat. It is important to note that in addition to the work we do with Natural Habitats, orangutans do not live in Ecuador and our red palm does not contribute to deforestation or habitat destruction.

https://store.nutiva.com/products/organic-red-palm-oil?variant=8734795464764

Learn more about the amazing red palm oil benefits for the preservation and enrichment of the health and beauty of hair and skin.

For the main article, follow this link.: 15 Proven Red Palm Oil Benefits For A Good Health – Howtocure.com

Eat Good Fats

Healthy fats are like fuel for a good mood. They’re one of the most important things to include in your diet to promote a healthy mood (and a balanced metabolism). Healthy fats also promote good heart health, reduce cholesterol, and contain none of the harmful side effects associated with animal-based saturated fats. Go for raw coconut, avocados, almonds, walnuts, acai fruit, flax seeds, cashews, hemp seeds, chia seeds, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds or tahini, pecans, and olives. 

https://www.onegreenplanet.org/lifestyle/thirty-days-to-a-healthier-you-a-daily-checklist-of-wellness-tips/

“Peace never hurries. To rush or force is contradictory to the very essence of peace.” ― Alaric Hutchinson

Good night and God bless!

Until next time…

Namaste my friends!

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Eat for Your Hormone Health

Our hormones completely control how we feel, act, think, and even how we treat others. And guess what controls our hormones for the most part? Aside from sleep and our lifestyle, our diets do. Though rest, stress management, and staying active play a part, nothing acts like directions for your cells like your food does. Certain foods can disrupt hormonal function and possibly even lead to mood disorders, anxiety, or depression. Some of the most common foods to avoid are: dairy, gluten, processed foods, and sugar.

https://www.onegreenplanet.org/lifestyle/thirty-days-to-a-healthier-you-a-daily-checklist-of-wellness-tips/

“Step outside for a while- calm your mind. It is better to hug a tree than to bang your head against a wall continually” ~ Rasheed Ogunlaru

Good night and God bless!

Until next time…

Namaste my friends!

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