Avoid all animal fats. Use virgin, cold pressed olive oil, coconut oil, safflower oil, flaxseed oil, or any other nut oil for your cooking and salad dressings. Use only freshly squeezed lime or lemon juice, or non-processed apple cider vinegar. A pinch of sea salt is usually enough for seasoning alongside with lots of herbs and spices.
Drink colorful herbal teas instead of sugary commercial juices…and please, stay away from all Sodas!
Alongside with bad fats and animal products, sugar is a killer. It turns into fat anyway, raises your heart- beat and gives you a rush that ends quickly with a super let down. This Yoyo up and down puts undo stress on your heart.
Write down your typical breakfast, lunch and dinner selection:
How much is fresh, live food and how much is processed or dead food?
What do you see?
Your body is made for moving. We all live a much too laid back life.
Your heart is a muscle that needs to be exercised and challenged. How many flights of stairs can you run up without the feeling that your heart is ready to jump out of your chest? In order to train your heart to stay strong and healthy, you need to get out of breath for a couple of minutes, allow it to calm down and challenge it again a few times more. Do it once or twice a day for your heart, lungs and metabolism.
This is what our ancestors did; they ran a short distance to catch their prey…never for 30 minutes or an hour like so many do in a gym. It is unnatural to run for long distances, but short frequent ones are great for your heart. Building it up in intensity rather than distance.
If your heart is not used to be challenged regularly and learns how cope with stress and learns how to calm down, it will buckle under a possible shock or heart attack, which may kill you on the spot.