I have had a wonderful time being part of the group and visiting all the lovely write -ups in the last four weeks. I especially enjoyed the conversations and connections with my #NISSAtalks team members -A BIG THANK YOU 🙂
N Nupur – https://www.practicalmum.net/
I Isheeria’s Healing Circle – www.isheeriashealingcircles.com
S Sudha – https://sukrisblog.wordpress.com
S Silja – www.vijvihaar.wordpress.com
A Arvind – www.passey.info
・・・ What happens when five bloggers get together and decide to pick one trending hashtag and write posts in their own style? Well, readers get to read five different perspectives on a single topic. . . The week-wise topics that we chose: . . . . #HumFitTohIndiaFit – Week 1 #ChildWithin – Week 2 #FragranceInRelationships – Week 3 #NatureKnowsBest – Week 4 We have completed the first three and are now working on the hashtag for Week four. You can reach out for our blogs and read, for instance, five absolutely different views on fitness, the subject that we had chosen for the first week. These posts were published for #OpenNTalk Blogger’s League hosted by @Gleefulblogger & @Wigglingpen in association with SummerBarn, Vedantika Herbals, Nyassa, Explore Kids World. You may reach out for our blogs: Ishieta: http://isheeriashealingcircles.com Sudha: http://sukrisblog.wordpress.com Nupur: http://www.practicalmum.net Silja: http://vijvihaar.wordpress.com Arvind: http://www.passey.info Alternatively, you may also access more details on our tweets, Facebook and Instagram updates by searching for our group hashtag: #NISSATalks . . #blog #blogging #bloggingchallenge #fitness #fun #health @practicalmum @vijvihaar @sudha3218 @1.isheeria
This week lets talk about #Natureknowsbest – Do you agree? Does Nature know best or do we, humans, know better?
Did you know? The natural curative powers of the body in order to support well-being and restore health.
Nature is intelligent!
Naturopathy is a form of alternative medicine which is a system based on the theory that diseases can be successfully treated or prevented without the use of drugs, by techniques such as control of diet, exercise, and massage.
According to Naturopathy, “Food is only the Medicine”, no external medications are used!
All foods occur naturally in nature – If you look at any vegetable and fruit, you will find that each has a multitude of benefits and advantages.
In the earlier times, our ancestors knew to incorporate natural foods and products into their daily diet – they lived long and healthy lives, thanks to these habits!
It is only in the modern times of fast foods and processed readily available food that we see so many people suffer from obesity and health concerns and issues and even diseases.
While modern medicines treat only the ailment, naturopathy, and other alternative methods of healing work on the root cause of the ailment and help bring the body back into balance. They work on treating all aspects, like physical, mental and spiritual at the same time.
Nature is the greatest healer. The human body itself has the healing power to prevent itself from disease and regain health if unhealthy.
A typical naturopathic diet plan instructs followers to obtain approximately 40 percent of their daily calories from carbohydrates, 30 percent from protein and 30 percent from fat.
Here are some ideas to get you started –
It is advisable to eat less, to eat good food that imparts vitality: raw food, whole or semi-whole food (whole grain cereal, cold-pressed oils, natural sea salt with minerals, complete sugar).
Advised diet: sprouted grains (considered to be excellent for revitalization), vegetable and fruit juices.
One must decrease one’s meat consumption. It is preferable to eat fish, poultry, and eggs.
A cereal (high starch content) and pulse (weak proteins) combination is good.
Vegetables and mussels make for a good combination.
One is advised to eat alkaline food, in order to neutralize body acidity: goat cheese, soya, potatoes, chestnuts, almonds, black olives, carrots, turnips, radish, celery, green beans, zucchini, eggplant, broccoli, chicory, squash, bananas, figs, grapes, pears and apples, etc.
Foods to Avoid –
- Refined grains
- processed/ prepackaged products
- Sugar and any type of artificial sweetener
- Frozen/dried/canned foods
- Corn Syrup
I urge you to seek natural foods and incorporate the natural ways back into your lives, because remember, #Natureknowsbest 🙂