10 Unconventional Actions for Better Health

sun_benellesHere are 10 Unconventional Actions for Better Health:

1) Keep cell phones away from reproductive DNA. As WhyAutismHappens has shown, damaged paternal reproductive DNA is causing up to 80% of autism. Most autism is an extension of damaged parent’s benelles. Men are particularly vulnerable because they get radiation at two inches. Keeping your cell phone a minimum of 8 inches away from your reproductive DNA might keep autism out of your family.

2) Get more sun. Regular sunlight exposure might be the greatest overlooked cancer preventative of our times. Sunlight exposure reduces your pancreatic cancer risk by nearly 50%, as well as a host of internal cancers.*

3) Avoid estrogenics. A University of Texas study found 455 store-bought food containers and storage products leached synthetic estrogens and caused estrogenic activity (Yang et al 2011). Estrogenic activity is likely what is causing autoimmune disease such as lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, and fibromyalgia. You reduce estrogenics by not eating from plastic lined cans, drinking from plasticware, or using lotions on your skin made with artificial chemicals.

4) Use healthy placebo effects. The placebo effect is how our mind heals our body. In the old days, we attached the placebo effect to healthy habits, like getting fresh air, drinking tea, or resting. Then, corporate America usurped the placebo effect, attaching it to chemical prescriptions and radiological scans, both of which cause harm to our benelles. We have to get better by paying to harm our self; really?

5) Avoid chemical cleaners and soaps. Kitchens, bathrooms and laundry rooms have become little air pollution factories inside our homes. Our lungs circulate the harmful airborne chemicals around our bodies. This causes continuous, low-dose damage to our benelles, which goes on to cause cancer and disease. This could easily be prevented with common organic dish soap, which is successful for cleaning dishes, toilets, floors, counters, and even removing stains on clothes. I recommend Seventh Generation Natural Dish Liquid (I have no financial connection to them but love how their product works without harming my family).

6) Care for your skin. Your skin is a precious organ, producing essential vitamin D and protecting you from toxic antigens. That’s why you should not voluntarily harm your skin with the harsh chemicals in conventional lotions, sunscreens, soaps, perfumes, shampoos, et al. Using natural oils and soaps, as well as getting morning or evening sun will keep skin benelles healthy.

7) Don’t drive distracted. One of the greatest dangers we face every day is driving. Many people talk about how dangerous texting and driving is, but so many are still doing it. Research shows texting causes us to drive worse than being legally drunk, so why do it?

8) Reduce extracurriculars. Trying to be involved in everything makes some people feel important, but is not the path to satisfaction, as it leads to busyness instead of accomplishment of goals. Plus, over-involvement generally harms sleep levels and quality of diet, which leads to obesity and disease. If you’re too busy for sleeping, physical activity, eating natural foods and meditating…then re-prioritize your time!

9) Don’t spend too much. The further you depart from financial security, the greater your stress, and stress kills benelles. The greater your financial security, the less abuse you are obliged to take in the workplace, meaning you can make healthier choices, like saying “no” to metabolism-disrupting shift work or harmful psychological abuse from a bad boss.

10) Take care of the environment. Our benelles are connected to the environment. When we damage the environment, we are damaging ourselves and our children. You don’t have to be parsimonious; go ahead and leave the lights on all day, but spend a few extra dollars to get LED bulbs.

Our benelles are connected to the choices we make. Protecting our benelles leads to good health.

* Neale RE et al “Association between ambient ultraviolet radiation at birth, skin type, skin cancer history, and pancreatic cancer” AACR PCC 2012.

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