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Old 21-12-2015, 02:46   #1
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Basics of Food Management

Food is one aspect of our life that we take for granted. We are less mindful of the food that we consume. We leave our body to deal with the constant abuse from our day to day lives and lifestyles. We, humans, without taking our body for granted, need to create health generating systems and build a oneness with food, productive exercises, yoga, corrective breathing and meditation, rest and sleep and be spiritually aware and conscious. These steps translate into better stamina, strength, tone and energy with emphasis on the whole body as an entity, one that accentuates wellness and wellbeing

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Basics of Food Management

So Steave, I agree with your statement about eating more consciously. Junk in junk out and lots of health consequences.

I see on your profile that you are a painter. What do you paint?

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Don't forget the crystals, dreamcatchers and homeopathic medicine.

Oh, and the little pyramids to keep your razor blades sharp.
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Stu I agree with you on that one. Also I prefer fish in fish food out. Sail hard = play hard. So got the exercise bit down. Yoga? Try sailing you will get a better workout.
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Re: Basics of Food Management

When logged-out, the word 'meditation' is a spammy link using skimresources.
When logged on, no link to be seen.

So - spam, obviously -- but not for members?
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