Good morning Brave hearts!
Wake up to the aroma of a highly nutricious breakfast brew. Energy packed, vitamin filled, the morning dose of body and mind rejuvenating food that boosts your body and starts your day off running.
The national past times are coffee and tea. But what about you brave hearts? Do you feel the power of an uplifted mind in your morning consumption? Is your blended cocktail of fruits and juices starting your day off right. Does your body say to you, feed me well so that I can perform well. Listen to your body, it speaks to you in so many ways. Your body will ask for proper nutrition, water, exercise and meditation. It will ask for relaxation and exertion.
Your beautiful body, so graceful and perfect, the vessel for your mind and soul. So well-tuned, so flexible, so strong and well-muscled. A high performance body, diligently exercised by the command of a controlling mind.
Eat properly, speaks the wise and your body will be healthy. Exercise regularly, speaks the diva and your body will perform well and you will live longer. Care for your spirit, says the saint and your mind will be at peace.
To start your day off with the typical boost of caffeine is short term gain. A healthy start to the day, will take you through the day at a happier, more enlivened pace. A boost to your mind and a boost to your spirit. The wholesome nutrition of vitamin packed foods to launch you off on your awesome day. A day of work, of worthwhile endevour. A day of skills and sharp aptitudes. A day of socializing and play. The energy to take you throughout the day, combating fatigue and stress, is connected to your good health and your diet.
Awesome human, the demands of your body are not that high, just proper diet, proper exercise, congenial social circles.
What your body can do for you, if you care for it properly, is your life fulfilled in so many ways. More agility, more stamina, more strength, more daring, more adventure. A properly nourished body helps to focus the mind, think more clearly, sharpen skills.
It could start with something simple, like your morning breakfast brew.
written by Dr. Louise Hayes
March 15, 2014