Summertime Health Tips

Summertime Health Tips:


Reduce or remove dehydrating coffee or tea

Do not overdo with just water, add electrolytes, to avoid electrolyte imbalance

Do not overdo with sugars, ice cream and even fruit

Do not forget alkaline drinks with lemon or apple cider vinegar 


Hydrate with mineral water

Hydrate with kambutcha for added probiotics and curbing appetite

Hydrate with homemade electrolytes

Use healthful oils in all your meals

Drink herbal teas

Oh Summertime, with it's delicious healthy fruits and other not so healthy and tempting sweets...

Everyone is excited about summertime.  Many decide to put their training, healthy eating habits and other healthy lifestyle choices on hold for the summer.

Those are wrong choices for many reasons:

During the summer we get bombarded with more chemicals than usual found in the soil, air, water and our food.  All the lawn chemicals, pesticides and bug repellents cause major havoc to our bodies. This is the time when our liver and detoxification systems need more support than ever. This kind of support includes healing amino acids, healing proteins, healing greens and lots of water intake.

In the summer people tend to cook less at home, preferring to go out more or to barbeque a lot. This choice will not only add unnecessary  calories, extra fat and possible carcinogens, but it will also deplete your body of vitamins and nutrients.

bigstock-Summer-salad-of-tomatoes-cucu-300pxWe have it all backwards:

Since there is more availability of fresh fruits, berries and greens, this time of year is intended for re-charging and replenishing our bodies with vitamins, minerals and anti-oxidants.

Yes, we are meant to consume more of these powerful naturally good foods, but it seems to be just the opposite.

For example, I noticed a lot of children bringing snack bags with them to summer camps, but they contain different type of chips, cookies and candies that lack nutritional value; and they seem to be snacking on them all day.  Educating those kids on healthy eating is so essential.

Sugar content:

How much sugar can your child handle?

Infusing our family's with more and more sugar containing foods can easily get out of hand. It's very unnoticeable because we have cereal in the morning, cookies and juice for afternoon snacking, desert for dinner and maybe brownies and milk to end the day on a sweet note. This is definitely sugar overload.

Educating our children on healthy eating habits starts with us, grown ups, being a perfect role model for them by practicing what we preach.

Treat your body with respect and your children will learn to do the same.

Summertime Health Tips:

 -Drink water with lemon to increase fluid intake as well as to improve alkalinity.

-Decrease sugar intake to 7-10 grams in total per meal (up to 3 meals daily)

-Choose your kids camps wisely. Monitor their menu and their schedule.

-If you grill or barbecue; limit those and use lots of herbs, greens, apple cider vinegar and lemon to improve ph.

-Use healthy SPF that contains Zinc and not oxybenzole or octinoxate that are associated with harmful effects.

Remembered in order for your body to cleanse properly inside- your detox organs like liver and kidneys need right support and nutrition.

If you need help with proper and efficient detoxification call us at 732-414-6223 to schedule an appointment or simply book online HERE

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