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Breakout Session: Younger Next Year

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JLP Staff

Women's Health / / August 22, 2015

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Find out what the women at Camp Reveille 2015 are learning about in today's breakout session with Joan and her fitness trainer, Beth Bielat: 

PAY NOW, OR PAY LATER – THE VALUE OF EXERCISE AND CLEAN LIVING IN MAINTAINING YOUR HEALTH

  • Find time for yourself
  • Exercise daily, including:
  • Balance
  • Agility
  • Mobility
  • Flexibility
  • Cardio
  • Strength
  • HIIT
  • Find your “One best exercise” that you LOVE
  • Sedentary lifestyle is the new killer
  • Always go for annual exams and screenings     

 

MIND YOUR EMOTIONAL WELL BEING

  • Meditate, Breathe, and Pray
  • Think Positively and Give thanks daily
  • Surround yourself with friends, family and loved ones
  • Laugh and Smile

 

YOUR BRAIN – USE IT OR LOSE IT – NURTURE IT

  • Learn new things
  • Step Aerobics – the connection to the brain
  • Spend time in Nature
  • Listen to lovely music that rocks your heart

 

STRESS - THE COST TO YOUR HEALTH

  • Let go of fear, anger, resentment, hatred and jealousy
  • See the cup as half full

 

CONTENTMENT AND ITS IMPACT ON YOUR HEALTH

  • Strive to create more love, peace, joy and happiness
  • Invite connections in your life; friends, family or social
  • Learn the value of non-reactive behavior

 

SEEK TO UNDERSTAND YOUR INNER ENERGY.

  • Learn about your chakras and energy centers

THE VALUE OF LIFE GOALS AND LEGACY

  • Find your passions
  • Follow your dreams
  • Make your life meaningful – create a life legacy
  • The value of “giving back”

YOUR ENVIRONMENT & IT’S POTENTIAL DANGERS

  • The toxins in your household, personal care products

HONOR WHAT GOES IN TO YOUR BODY

  • Eat Clean (and cleaner and cleaner)    
  • Drink lots of water
  • Eat slowly and respectfully
  • Read Labels
  • Stick to Portions
  • Watch oils, nuts, dressings, cheese, butter, and even “healthy stuff!”
  • Consume more fruit and less juice      
  • Eat organic, locally grown, and seasonal when possible
  • Try not to eat after dinner & don’t eat your last meal too late
  • Avoid all junk food
  • Cook for the week: Soups, salads and Ployes
  • Dining out  - make a plan and stick to it
  • Limit alcohol and don’t smoke

Click here for more on G-BOMBS 

According to Dr. Joel Fuhman, EAT:
“G BOMBS”
G: greens and vegetables
B: Berries
O: Onions
M: Mushrooms
B: Beans
S: Seeds and nuts
   (flax seed, hemp, gojo, etc.)
Click here for more on G-BOMBS
 
And AVOID
Sugar
Bread and pasta
Milk products
Too much soy
Processed and white foods
Chemicals and additives
Salt
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