Circulatory system: Thirty minutes of raising your heart rate and getting your circulatory system all hot and bothered. Check this little clip out.
I started out just walking, and then picked up the pace. This little activity once a week will make all the difference in your health. You can definitely add to it and pick up more than once a week if you are conditioned to more work.There are also some great programs available to help you get in better shape.
Just remember balance is key.
This is the first in a series of posts about the different systems in our bodies and how to care for them.
We have all heard you are what you eat so I like to eat well. It happens, sometimes we don’t treat our digestive system right. When the pizza and donuts make it past my lips and enters my digestive system there is no way I’m gonna let myself turn into a pizza faced donut shaped body.
Water, water and then some more water. Can I say it again, drink water and clean your system. Do you wash your dirty clothes with soda or juice? No you wash with water and soap. When it comes to soap for the digestive system pick your brand that works for you. I choose wheatgrass, but there are so many ways out there that cleanse your digestive track. Try a few and see what works for you. It can be a simple salt water cleanse once a week or use of a basic cleanse product. Then take 5-10 minutes to do some abdominal exercises.
It might amaze you how much better you feel just by keeping your digestive system healthy. Give it a try!
Here is a wonderful recipe that we made last night. So Yummy!
Winter Red Sauce over Spaghetti Squash
1 medium organic spaghetti squash
1 can organic tomato sauce
1 can organic tomato paste
3 tbs virgin organic olive oil
1/4 to 1/2 cup gimme lean soysage (sausage)
1 small organic green pepper
1 small yellow onion
1/2 cup mushrooms
2 cloves garlic
2 tbs organic Marvini crushed fresh Italian seasoning or to taste, up to 3 tbs.
2 tbs organic brown sugar
2 tsp sea salt
1 tsp pepper
Preheat oven to 350.
Wash squash and split length wise, scoop out seeds. Place cut side down add about 1 inch water to glass baking dish. Bake for 45 minutes.
In large sauce pan simmer olive oil, soysage, onion, pepper, and garlic until tender.
Add mushrooms and saute for about 3 more minutes.
Add tomato sauce, fill can with water and add
Add tomato paste and Italian seasoning.
Add brown sugar, salt, and pepper.
Cover and simmer till spaghetti squash is done.
When squash is done, fork out the inside and plate it, butter the squash for a richer dish. Spoon Red sauce over top sprinkle with parmesan cheese. This is a colorful healthy winter dish that will give you energy to face the coldest night.