For some people, finances feel like a restriction to their ability to heal. And certainly, it can be challenging.
Here are a few ideas for healing on a low budget.
From now into the New Year, its pretty common to overindulge in alcohol and sweet, fatty foods. Its Christmas, afterall, and work events and Christmas parties are not renowned for their healthy eating options. However, here are some ways to look after your liver, (which looks after you), so that you can enter 2019 feeling light and ready for the New Year.
By supercharging your diet with foods and herbs which are high in nutritional density and unique compounds, you can help insure against gaps in your diet.
Try a delicious chia pudding for breakfast
An important Naturopathic concept is to live seasonally. By paying attention to the season of winter, by changing our eating and taking the time to tune in and rest more, we can help avoid many of winter's illnesses.
We all know that chronic stress isnt good for us, that it can lead to anxiety, depression, weight gain, heart attacks, cancer, and all sorts of physical and psychological disorders. We tend to think that stress is a necessary part of survival in these times, with financial stresses, health stresses, business stresses, parenting stresses vying for our energy. We tend to feel that stress is a given part of modern society, a necessary survival mechanism, and we feel trapped by it, and by default, by the situations we find ourselves in that apparently cause us to stress. It is certainly normal to feel stress, but is it actually necessary?