New Healthy Vibrant You Every Day of The Year

Would you like a new healthy vibrant you this year? It really is possible to be healthier and more attractive by adding simple habits to your day.

It is time to add healthy habits to your life so you are full of vibrant energy.

Everything is habit forming, so make sure what you do is what you want to be doing.” — Wilt Chamberlain

When we think of habits we instantly think of “bad habits” the kind your doctor asks about, or you laugh about with your friends.

Here are eight “good healthy habits” that your body will love you for. Anyone can do them. You can do these every day till they become your excellent healthy way of living.  Staying healthy is then easy! It just takes commitment to keep on doing them. Are you ready to make a wonderful difference in your wellness?

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8 Healthy Vibrant Habits For You

1. First thing in the morning, drink 2 to 3 cups water.

  • Drink warm or hot water. It’s gentler on an empty stomach.
  • It is important that the water has nothing in it so that it passes through right away. If it contains anything at all (even lemon juice), it will stay in your stomach up to one hour not going into cleansing mode.
  • The water will flush your kidneys and the bladder will clean out fasting debris from your stomach and colon.
  • You will have a bowel movement right after drinking the two to three cups of water.
  • Make sure you are drinking clean water not full of chemicals. Learn more here: Unregulated Chemicals in Tap Water Is Not Good For Us!
Sleep deeply every night.

2. Get Enough Sleep and Rest

This is a very important healthy habit that easily gets missed.

It is important to be getting 7 – 8 hours of sleep every night. If you are still feeling tired it is recommended to take short naps of 15–30 minutes.

What happens when we do not get enough sleep?

  • Your immune system is taxed, making you vulnerable to viruses. Your immune system rebuilds while you sleep.
  • You are therefore more likely to get sick after being exposed to a virus, such as the common cold.
  • The brain needs to clean itself of toxins. Brain cells shrink during sleep, opening the gaps between neurons that allow fluid to wash the brain clean, according to a study in the Journal Science.

People gain weight when not getting enough sleep. Even just a few nights of sleep deprivation can lead to weight gain. – Research from the University of Pennsylvania found.

3. Breathe Deeply and Fully

Few of us breathe deeply. Do you remember the last time you took a long, slow, deep breath, and slowly let it out again?

This is What Happens When We Breathe Deeply

Here is a little from the 13 Health Benefits of Deep Breathing.

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4. Eat Lots of Vegetables (not just starchy ones like potatoes) Every Day

Often when I am doing a consultation with a client, I ask how many vegetables they eat each day. The answer often is: “I eat one or two vegetables a day.”

That is nowhere near enough. I eat between 6 to 12 every day and sometimes more.

We need to create alkaline balanced meals and vegetables are the best way to do that.

Did you know that the water fish swim in needs to be the correct pH to live? Life only exists where there’s a balance, and your body is totally regulated by pH!

Fill your plate three-quarters full of vegetables.


  • Vegetables are full of vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients
  • On average, there are only 50 calories (or less) per cup in most of the most nutritious vegetables. (what I call SuperFoods)
  • Healthy Superfoods are high fiber foods that help cleanse your bowels, and thus your whole body.
  • For a healthy Acid/Alkaline Balance, your plate needs to be three-quarters full of vegetables.
    Are you too acidic?
    Learn How to Balance Your Body with an Alkaline Diet To Be Healthy

Here are some healthy and delicious vegetable recipes: 

Vegetable Stir Fry
Vegetable Stir Fry

 Vegetable Stir Fry – A vegetable stir fry is a very simple and quick meal that tastes great.

 Steamed Vegetables  – Broccoli was developed in Italy and is well known and one of the major anti-cancer foods.

Alkaline Steamed Vegetables for Your Meal  – Adding some alkaline steamed vegetables to your meal is a very healthy way to go. For a start, you will be eating many superfoods. Also, creating a balanced meal with these alkaline-forming vegetables.

Check out Vegetable Recipes for your meals.

It is important not to eat too much salt, learn how.

5. Control the Salt Habit

Salt is sodium and your body needs some to function properly. It helps maintain a healthy balance of fluids in your body. Sodium helps transmit nerve impulses and influences the relaxation and contraction of muscles.

So a little salt is good for your body. Don’t eliminate salt entirely. But we do not need lots.

  • Adults worldwide consume almost double the daily amount of salt recommended.
  • This leads to weight gain, bloating, and the inability to lose those stubborn pounds.
  • Salt can make you feel hungrier and thirstier.

Where do we get all this salt? Processed and prepared foods are the biggest place.

Did you know that a belly will go down quickly just by cutting back on your sodium intake?

How to Get a Good Balance of Sodium/Salt

  • Eat more fresh fruits and vegetables which are naturally low in sodium.
  • Cut back on too much salt by using herbs and spices to add flavour.
  • Eliminate high salt foods like bacon, hot dogs, sausage and ham.
  • Limit the use of soy sauce, salad dressings, dips, sauces,  mustard, ketchup and relish which all contain high amounts of sodium.
  • Read the food labels. Most packaged and processed foods list the ingredients of salt or sodium-containing compounds:
    – Monosodium glutamate (MSG)
    – Disodium phosphate
    – Sodium alginate
    – Sodium citrate
    – Sodium nitrite
  • Use salt substitutes like Spike All Natural Seasoning – Salt Free or you can use Coconut Secret Coconut Aminos which I love. It is Low Sodium Soy Sauce Alternative, Low-Glycemic – Organic, Vegan, Non-GMO, Gluten-Free, Kosher – Keto, Paleo.
  • To decrease your daily salt, start by only having 1/4 teaspoon of salt daily at the table and in your cooking.  When you use less salt, your taste for it diminishes.

6. Make Time for Relaxation and Meditation

Below are a few of the benefits according to National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health

Benefits of Meditation 

  • Reduces stress: A study found that meditating for three months significantly reduced stress.
  • May reduce blood pressure
  • Helpful in reducing menopausal symptoms
  • May help with irritable bowel syndrome. If you have a meditation technique, try doing it in the morning before getting out of bed, for ten or fifteen minutes.

    If the mind falls asleep, awaken it. Then if it starts wandering, make it quiet. If you reach the state where there is neither sleep nor movement of mind, stay still in that, the natural (real) state. ~ Ramana Maharshi

  • If you don’t meditate, simply put on relaxing music, close your eyes and breathe, trying not to get caught up in your thoughts, watch them.Keep fit

7. Keep Fit For Your Body

To start, go for a walk of 20 – 30 minutes every day which is a great healthy habit.

  • Walking out in the fresh air is super important. “People often tend to forget about the importance of spending time outside and underestimate the health benefits,” says Urmet Seepter.
  • “Despite the fitness industry boom, we are not seeing changes in national physical activity levels, so gyms are not the answer,” says Jacqueline Kerr, professor at the University of California, San Diego.

    Time spent in outdoor recreation leads to a range of benefits, from reduced obesity rates to strengthened family ties. ~ Robert Manning, professor of recreation management at the University of Vermont.

  • A regular exercise program of at least 30 minutes several days a week will help build a strong immune system and help weight drop off, too.
  • Being fit will help you recover quicker if you do get sick.

Going for a walk outside is better than taking my medications. ~ Ruth DeBeau

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8. Keep Sugar Highs and Lows in Check

Sugar Cravings can rule you because they are an addiction. You will need to develop some new habits to overcome them.

Why do we need to keep the sugar out?

Sugar: Makes you fat, nervous, causes diabetes, kidney and heart problems, suppresses the immune system and causes wrinkles!

Sugar cravings are often due to lack of nutrients creating an undernourished, hungry body. Keep your body nourished with lots of real food and extra nutritional supplements.

Learn the 7 Tips to Stop White Sugar Cravings.

Things to do to help reduce sugar:

  • Eat fresh and dried fruit instead of sugary sweets.
  • Keep fully hydrated.
  • Don’t skip meals.  When you miss regular meals; you create a starving situation in your body and you will eat anything to bring your blood sugar level back to normal — and you know what that means.
  • No sweets in your cupboards or fridge. It is too tempting to have them available.
  • When craving strikes, go for a walk.
  • The best thing to sweeten up your food is stevia.  The ‘sweet leaf’, stevia sweetener, does not create an insulin response and actually nourishes the pancreas which helps regulate blood sugar. 
    The stevia plant is incredibly sweet and also incredibly good for you. The leaf is 30 times sweeter than sugar while extracts are 300-400 times sweeter making this a must superfood to have. This is good for Sugar Addicts which I was once upon a time. Learn the six health benefits of stevia: Stevia is the Most Amazing Healthy Sweetener!

Some people think that to get away from sugar they should substitute artificial sweeteners which are really not a good idea. Learn the Reasons to Avoid Artificial Sweeteners.

Are food cravings & addictions ruling you? Listen to this free cravings webinar:  Cravings Webinar

Here are a few healthy sweet recipes for you to make.

Millet Pecan Pudding
Easy to Make Yummy Millet Pecan Pudding (Vegan and Sugar-free)

Sweet Wild blueberry Keto Smoothie is Easy to Make – I love this wild blueberry keto smoothie. It is perfect for a quick breakfast or makes a tasty afternoon snack. What makes it keto is that there are only a small amount of blueberries in it and all of the other ingredients are keto-friendly. I make it a little sweeter by adding a few drops of stevia to mine.

Deluxe Tasty Wild Rice Pudding – his wild rice pudding is a new favorite pudding of mine. It has a creamy consistency and it is still vegan which I like. It is not overly sweet and yet is a sweet pudding with lots of flavor and lots of wild rice which is full of health benefits.

Chia Pudding with Wild Blueberries is Vegan Keto and Yummy – This is a super easy creamy vegan chia pudding with wild blueberries. It is paleo and keto-friendly too. You can use frozen blueberries. Talk about a fast way to prepare pudding; it took me only 5 minutes to prepare.

Easy to Make Yummy Millet Pecan Pudding (Vegan and Sugar-free)  – Once you have cooked the millet, this Millet Pecan Pudding is very simple to make. It is for sure tasty and so healthy without sugar so you can have it for breakfast. And it has no milk or eggs which makes it a great vegan dessert. Also, what I like is that there is no sugar added. The raisins add some sweetness and then the healthy stevia does the rest making it sweet and yummy.

Here is a link to Vegan Dessert Recipes that are refined sugar-free and gluten-free too.

We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act, but a habit.”  – Aristotle


All these healthy habits are pretty obvious and simple to start. The trick is doing them long enough so they are an established part of your routine. This will take time and attention.

To help you with this, check out the 2 5 30 Online Courses in which you can learn new healthy habits and balance out your body. They are focused on alkalizing your body permanently and also applying food combining principles.

There will not be a single bit of refined-sugar or too much salt in any of the healthy recipes.

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