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Morning Rituals for Health Abundance

Having a proper morning ritual, (even if you don't eat rawfood) can do wonders for your health. This particular ritual was taught to me by rawfood All-Star, David Wolfe.

  1. Wake-up. Half of success is just showing up!

  2. Center yourself. Whether you call it presence, God, the universe, Atma or anything else, center yourself by connecting to the source. A simple 10 minute mediation focusing on the breath is enough. Nothing fancy needed.

  3. Brush your teeth with natural tooth paste like Tooth Soap or an extremely diluted solution of food grade hydrogen peroxide and water (mix 3 drops of food grade hydrogen peroxide with 8 ounces of water and then dip your brush inside of the solution).

  4. Drink 16 ounce glass of water with a little lemon, pinch of sea salt, 1/2 tea spoon of MSM and 2 drops of food grade hydrogen peroxide. This helps to flush the system.

  5. A good sign of a healthy system is having a bowel movement first thing in the morning. Get in the habit of drinking your energized water first and then having your bowel movement.

  6. As Frederic Patenaude mentioned on his blog, exercise is key! Don't even miss a day. Walking, push-ups, swimming ...anything will do - Just Do It.

  7. Shower! Check out a few products here to help you get the glow, or feel free to Ask Sarma. I personally am a fan of dry brushing.

  8. Without discipline, I usually feel a lack of hunger till about 12:00 noon, (more on this later). Around noon sometimes I'll have a morning super-food smoothie or some light fruit. If you are just starting out on the rawfood approach or are detoxing/ill, I recommend having green vegetable juice instead of a superfood smoothie.

What about you? How does your morning ritual/routine look? Open for comments.

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