Dr Weil's Anti-Inflammatory Diet Food Pyramid HEALTHY SWEETS How much: Sparingly Healthy choices: Unsweetened dried fruit, dark chocolate, fruit sorbet Why: Dark chocolate provides polyphenols with antioxidant activity. Choose dark chocolate with at least 70 percent pure cocoa and have an ounce a few times a week. Fruit sorbet is a better option than other frozen desserts. RED WINE How much: Optional, no more than 1-2 glasses per day Healthy choices: Organic red wine Why: Red wine has beneficial antioxidant activity. SUPPLEMENTS How much: Daily Healthy choices: High quality multivitamin/multimineral that includes key antioxidants (vitamin C, vitamin E, mixed carotenoids, and selenium); co-enzyme Q10; 2-3 grams of a molecularly distilled fish oil; 2,000 IU of vitamin D3 Why: Supplements help fill any gaps in your diet when you are unable to get your daily requirement of micronutrients. Additional Item:
How The Happiest People In The World Spend Their Money Increasingly, the stories people tell me about their work and life choices break the conventional mold: A twentysomething entrepreneur starts a business while holding down another job and living on friend’s couch. He’s trading financial insecurity today for work he feels passionate about and a distant promise of a future payoff. A fortysomething father of two with a stay-at-home wife walks away from a lucrative legal career without knowing what his next step will be because he can’t tolerate the stress and relentless hours any longer. A single mother of three gets laid off and decides to start a not-for-profit instead of finding another job in advertising. Their unique journeys not only challenge the traditional wisdom about the path we “should” follow with our work and careers, but they also challenge the standard rules about money. Work, life, and money are intertwined intimately, and yet they’re rarely addressed together. Be more mindful about what your money could buy.
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Be Happier: 10 Things to Start Doing Right Now post written by: Marc Chernoff Email Today is the first day of the rest of your life. Today is a blank canvas upon which you have the delightful opportunity to create. Start now, take the initiative, and… Foster your own personal growth. – If you want to awaken happiness in the world around you, start by living a life that makes you happy, and then radiate your happiness outward. Photo by: J.T. If you enjoyed this article, check out our new best-selling book. And get inspiring life tips and quotes in your inbox (it's free)... 10 Foods You Probably Think Are Healthy, But Aren't Cereals aren’t as healthy as you think. Image credit: hello sunrise To build muscle & lose fat, 90% of your diet must consist of whole unprocessed foods. That’s anything that doesn’t come out of a box like meats, veggies, eggs, fruits, etc. Eating 6 meals/day leaves room for 4 junk meals per week. You’re already doing that but not getting results? 1. Healthy alternative: one of these breakfast recipes. 2. Healthy alternative: homemade protein bars. 3. Healthy alternative: plain unflavored yogurt mixed with fruit cut into pieces. 4. Healthy alternative: Ezekiel Bread, but lower your bread intake. Bread is also not as healthy as you think. Healthy alternative: make your own sandwiches. 6. Healthy alternative: home-made fruit juice or eat fruit. 7. Healthy alternative: water during workout, protein + carbs post workout. 8. Healthy alternative: make your own salads. 9. Healthy alternative: cook all your meals for the day in the morning or evening. 10.
Carl Jung’s 5 Key Elements To Happiness I love reading Carl Jung, especially his book Memories, Dreams, Reflections. His work is very challenging, however, so to get a Jung fix, I read a bunch of interviews that he gave, which were printed in the collection, C.G. Jung Speaking. In 1960, journalist Gordon Young asked Jung, “What do you consider to be more or less basic factors making for happiness in the human mind?” Jung answered with five elements: 1. Jung, always mindful of paradox, added, “All factors which are generally assumed to make for happiness can, under certain circumstances, produce the contrary. I did disagree with Jung on one point. For me, at least, the more mindful I am about happiness, the happier I become. What do you think of Jung’s list? * Count down to March 1! Gretchen Rubin is the author of the #1 New York Times Bestseller, The Happiness Project—an account of the year she spent test-driving the wisdom of the ages, current scientific studies, and lessons from popular culture about how to be happier.
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