After the previous blog you now understand more about your stem cells and ways to nourish and protect them. Now it is time to focus on super nutrition and supplements to help better support them. Many people are just beginning to learn the role stem cells play for repair and replacement of injured tissues. Unfortunately most people are looking into stem cell therapies without first looking into what they can do to better support the stem cells they already have. Not protecting the ones you have now allows them to degenerate and deplete faster. Since most people are not aware of the valuable role their existing stem cells play and how to support them this blog post is designed to help you keep the ones you have healthy, vibrant and viable. Common sense dictates that if stem cells are a major source for our cells, organs and tissue rejuvenation, repair and replacement we must learn more techniques to better protect and support them. With appreciation and awareness of the role your stem cells play it is now time to discover some super supplements and Tender Loving Care (TLC) tips.
The previous blog post addressed the importance of basic common sense strategies and suggestions that will help your body, brain and stem cells against excessive damage and degradation. A great reference book to learn more about stem cells is Stem Cell Therapy: A Rising Tide: How Stem Cells Are Disrupting Medicine and Transforming Lives by Neil H. Riordan PA PhD. Reading it and this post will offer helpful information that can better support your current stem cells and future stem cells if you elect for stem cell therapy. Many people are harming their current and new stem cells and reducing their quality and quantity due to a lack of awarenss and unhealthy habits.
Remember: we are what we breathe, drink, eat and think. We must learn the importance of buying, eating and growing a wide selection of local, minimally processed, nutrient dense, rainbow colored and organic whole foods. Basic holistic health principles include:
- Buy fresh locally grown nutrient dense organic whole foods.
- Consume a wide variety of colors and food groups
- Decide to avoid GE and GMO Frankenfoods and buy ingredients that are natural and organic. Avoid fungicides, herbicides, insecticides and pesticides.
- Learn about he benefits of consuming fresh, organic and raw fats, nuts, oils, seeds and sprouts.
- Minimize the toxic materials, packaging and wrappings used with foods.
- More raw and unprocessed foods consumed provide better nutrition for all our cells and stem cells.
Thanks to the power of information resources and the internet we are able to educate and inform ourselves with a wealth of information on holistic health and organic foods. While it can take an investment of time to read, research and review resources to become better educated on healthy food choices most of the hard work has been done for us.
7 Super Supplements Support Stem Cells
Now that you are more aware of the vital role stem cells play in maintaining and sustaining our overall beauty, health and well being it is time to reward them. Stem cells are a unique type of cell that can become any cell the body may need. Since our stem cells numbers greatly reduce over time and based on our environment and foods they need help. There are specific things we can do to help nourish, protect and support our stems cells to stay healthier longer. First we must replace the many beverages, foods and products containing artificial chemicals and compounds with the healthiest ones we can find. Avoiding beverages and foods with chemical herbicides and pesticides is vital. Try these instead:
- Essential oils in plants: cinnamon, clove, frankinsense, grapefruit, lemongrass, lemon, lime, myrrh
- Herbs: basil, cilantro, marjoram, oregano, parsley, rosemary, thyme, turmeric
- Medicinal mushrooms: chaga, mitake, reishi, shitake, turkey tail.
- Antioxidants, mineral, phytonutrients, trace elements and vitamins are essential to provide all the basics needs for optimal stem cell function.
- Prebiotics and probiotics from a wide range of foods, plants and soil help us absorb and digest the right foods more efficiently.
- Sea weeds: dulce, kelp, kombu, nori and raw sea salt.
- Superfoods like: blue green algae, cacao, dandelion, goji, maca, mulberry, muscadine grapes, nettles, noni, olives, sea buckthorn berry, soursop and spirulina.
Healthy Habits & Habitats
In 2018 Morningstar NEWS will focus 50% on Healthy Habits and 50% on Healthy Habitats. Researching and role modeling proven principles for a fantastic future drives us to share these words with wisdom. Our vision is attracting a wide variety of eco friendly people to help design, build and live in a more healthy and sustainable way. We invite ideas, insights and inspiration to help us focus our planning and progress. Sharing solutions, strategies, suggestions and systems will help us all design and develop better eco communities and transition towns.
Where is Your Gap?
What actions, behaviors, beliefs and decisions regarding your habits and habitats are impacting your happiness and health? What is your motivation for making better choices to avoid health hazards and adopt healthy habits? Investing in our health helps protect our wealth. When we are happy, healthy and holistic we naturally shift to a more sustainable ecological, economical and environmental friendly lifestyle.
Mastery Action Plan (MAP)
Our daily habits and habitats directly impact our happiness and health. There are many reasons to eat healthy and support your stem cells for even better happiness and health. What are you willing to do differently today to embrace better choices in 2018? Creating a healthy habits code of conduct and mastery action plan will enhance our quality of life. Our happiness and health benefit from healthy challenges, changes and choices. Choose wisely.
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