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Most of us take our health for granted. Each day we push on. We ignore our symptoms. We mask our fatigue with stimulants, drugs or addictions of our choice. And then we wonder why we have become ill. But in reality our health is fragile and delicate. We do not stop and think that how we are choosing to live our our lives, and what we are putting in our bodies directly affects our well being. Why do we feel compelled as a culture to accomplish 15 tasks before 10:30 in the morning? Why are we not aware enough to think that what we eat directly affects our health? Did you ever stop to think that 1 cup of coffee has over 1000 chemicals in it? Did you ever stop and think about what that does to your body? How about toxic metals in food and water? Toxic metals can affect your nervous system, brain, immune system and interfere with digestion, just to name a few of the side effects. What about artificial additives and food colorings? What about rest? How many of us sleep eight to ten hours a night? No, most of us are not thinking about these things. Maybe it is time to stop, slow down and prioritize what is most important. How have you changed your priorities in your life? Have you been able to successfully simplify? Please share your thoughts with me.

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  1. Melissa says:

    You know I have been successful in symplifying my life to a certain extent. I still struggle with running around in the morning. I do feel like I need to get everything done early or it won’t get done.

    I have had great success with my diet except with giving up my morning cup of coffee. I used to drink about 4 large cups a day but I haven’t given up that last one. I don’t need it to wake up but I just enjoy it so much! Any suggestions?

  2. Anonymous says:

    Wow, what a great post. I’m definitely going to try to streamline my lifestyle and experience who I really am (without all of the caffeine and other stimulants).

  3. sunnichild says:

    I would recommend making your cup of coffee smaller each week, until you no longer need it. Taking small steps is always an excellent way to make changes. That way it ensures that you do not become overwhelmed with change. Another recommendation is to find some excellent teas that might be a nice replacement in lieu of the coffee. The last thing to know is that coffee has over 1,000 chemicals floating inside your morning cup of Joe. Only 22 have been tested, and 17 of those 22 are toxic. That might be an excellent motivator to get you on your way of giving up your last cup of morning coffee. Thank you so much for sharing.

  4. Michael says:

    Unfortunately, most people don’t think about their health until it is too late. it’s a shame that most people have to get so ill before they consider lifestyle changes. Old sayings still ring true. “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”.

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