We Salute You Today
Alex Reid here with your Monday roundup.
Today, we salute all of the soldiers who have died while serving our country.
There’s something to be said about someone who risks her life to protect others.
As we fondly remember the brave, the loyal, and the fearless…
I turn our attention to the theme “honor.”
These honorable men and women have three key things in common...
And there are practical health-based steps we can take to follow in their footsteps...
Honor your mind. Before you go into battle, your greatest weapon is your mind. It shapes the way you think, what you say, and how you behave. So invest in your mind. In times of distress, it’s common for things like memory loss, fogginess, and confusion to kick in.
As our country is in an invisible war of its own right now, I can’t think of a better way to invest in your mind than by using Lion’s Mane mushroom. Scientists have identified it as a powerhouse nutrient for the brain and nervous system.
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Honor your body. As tempting as it might be to ditch your morning run or load up on sugary and salty treats all day long, resist the urge. I say this not in some pious way, but out of genuine interest in your wellbeing.
Now more than ever, we all need energy to complete our daily tasks. We need that youthful vitality that will keep us alert and ready! When we take care of our bodies, they take care of us.
When you eat clean, you look better, you feel better… sometimes, it’s as if you’re a whole new person.
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Honor your heart. Take this in both a literal and figurative sense. A physically strong, healthy heart is something you appreciate more and more in your later years. That’s one of many reasons scientists recommend getting your share of omega-3 fatty acids.
The same applies for a figuratively strong heart; joy is your strength in tough times. Content people tend to outlive those consumed by bitterness, depression, and anxiety. That’s where dopamine and serotonin, the “happy chemicals,” come into play.
So as we remember those who have brought this country so much honor, let their spirit live on through you… as you make honorable decisions for your health and your family.
Better yet, share this message today with someone whose loved one died protecting our freedoms.
To your health,
President, Longevity Insider HQ
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