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Sunday, April 3, 2011

April Day 3

Day 3 on my April Challenge!

My Customized Health Programs include a Exercise Program, Eating Program and Hypnosis Program.

This is what my day looked like - Sunday April 3rd 2011.

Eating Program:
Morning: Green Tea
Next meal: A beet, carrot, celery, ginger, garlic juice. 
Next meal: Green Salad with Avocado and Chia Seeds. Ingredients: Lettuce, Kale, Avocado, Spring Onions, Garlic, Ginger, Fresh Coriander/Cilantro, Coriander/Cilantro Seeds, Chia Seeds, and lemon.
Next meal: Chick Pea Curry. Ingredients: Potatoes, Chick Peas, cayene pepper, white onion, garlic, olive oil, thyme, sage, coriander/cilantro seeds, carrots, brown rice.
Next meal: Oats with agave.
Next meal: a carrot. (I was craving chocolate late at night and munched on a carrot instead)

Exercise Program:
Morning: 30 minutes of running outside and walking then 40 minutes of stretching and core work at home :)
Night: Stretching and deep breathing.

Hypnosis Program:
20 minutes listening to my customized 'Weight Management' ;)

Wrote a blog today on Natural Cures for Thyroid Diseases

Inspiration: "While the attainment of money and wonderful possessions certainly can enhance your state of joy, the achievement of a good-feeling physical body is by far the greatest factor for maintaining a continuing state of joy and Well-Being. Every part of your life is experienced through the perspective of your physical body, and when you feel good, everything you see looks better. Certainly it is possible to maintain a good attitude even when your physical body is diminished in some way, but a good-feeling body is a powerful basis for an ongoing good attitude." Abraham - Hicks.

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