My word for 2018 is prevention. Set your goals to prevent disease, avoid stressful crowds filled with germs, and escape the chaos in your life.
If you practice preventative measures in every aspect, you can avoid many illnesses and unpleasant experiences. Follow these 10 basic guidelines in 2018, and let go of the turmoil.
Learn to relax, start enjoying your life, laugh more by finding the humor in the drama surrounding us these days, and have a fun and healthy new beginning.
Adopt These 10 Guidelines
- Avoid crowded places. Germs spread like crazy in crowded places.
- Take a quality multi-vitamin at least 5 times a week.
- Avoid GMO and highly processed foods. (They stress your immune system.)
- Supplement with a fruit-based vitamin C to bowel tolerance 5 to 7 days a week.
- Detox periodically for hidden toxins that weaken your immune system.
- Get a hair analysis at least once a year to discover unknown toxic exposure; this way, you can remove exposure.
- Get plenty of rest.
- Avoid doctor’s offices, hospitals, and the flu vaccine.
- Wash your hands regularly with plain soap and water, and use wet wipes in public places, such as on grocery store shopping carts and in public restrooms.
- Get outside daily for vitamin D from sunshine and plenty of fresh air.
Some of you may think that you cannot meet these guidelines, especially if you live in a big, crowded city. Well, maybe it’s time to think about relocating. Hey, your health and well-being are more important than a fast-paced lifestyle.
Have you ever heard the saying that you can’t take your money with you when you die?
You are smart enough to creatively figure out how you can maintain a successful lifestyle outside the crowded chaos.
Vitamin C To Bowel Tolerance
In a nutshell, your daily vitamin C level should always be at a saturation level, or at bowel tolerance. This means that every cell in your body has access to vitamin C, a primary anti-oxidant and immune support. When your body is filled with vitamin C, the excess will excrete through your bowels, and this will make your bowels soft – not diarrhea, but just soft.
This is bowel tolerance –100% saturation of vitamin C.
There is no such thing as constipation when you are saturated with vitamin C, so if this is an issue for you, increase your vitamin C daily.
Everyone is different – we are exposed to different types and levels of toxins; we need more vitamin C when getting sick, like when coming down with a cold or the flu; our diets and the types of foods that we eat differ; the climate is different in various parts of the world, which can stress your immune system at certain times of the year; and, some people have chronic illnesses, such as diabetes, that can require more vitamin C.
Vitamin C from ascorbic acid is one of the best choices that you can take when supplementing with vitamin C. Less expensive forms of vitamin C have a catch to them, so avoid the cheaper forms – these are typically made from corn, and corn-based vitamin C can cause stomach cramping and stomach aches.
Begin taking 1,000 to 2,000-mg. vitamin C every day, and increase by 1,000 mg. daily until you have a loose stool, which means that you have successfully reached your body’s tolerance. Remain at this dose, or slightly below, to maintain a soft stool. You can split the daily dosage into a maximum of three (3) doses if you require a lot at the beginning. You can increase the vitamin C when needed to cleanse your body or if your stools become dry, and if you are getting sick.
I recommend vitamin C from the NOW Company and/or any brands that use pure and natural fruit sources. Remember that vitamin C made from highly processed, high fructose corn sources can irritate your stomach.
This is my #1 favorite choice of vitamin C from Palmitate http://www.hullisticmarket.com/vitamins/ascorbyl_palmitate
I could go on, but basically, my point is to keep your life simple, quiet, get out of the drama. Avoid all environments where germs can easily spread. Unfortunately, these challenges aren’t going to get easier amid the crowded, big cities; on airplanes, in shopping centers, or at recreational events, such as the State Fair or at a crowded concert.
Soooooo, maybe try camping out next weekend instead of going to the hockey game. You just might stay healthier in the long run.
You have our permission to reprint this article if you attribute us with a live back-link to this article and the youtube links. http://www.janethull.com/healthynews/
Disclaimer: This article is for informational purposes only, and is educational in nature. The FDA may not have evaluated some of the statements. This article is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Please discuss with your own, qualified health care provider before adding supplements or making any changes to your dietary program.
Before taking vitamins, consult your doctor; pre-existing medical conditions or medications you are taking can affect how your body responds to multivitamins.