Life energy is the source of all creation. It is never too late, regardless of age, to make positive changes in one's life. Of course, today's changes aren't immediately noticeable, but they contribute significantly to improving the quality of life. It's not so much about living to 100 as it is about living a full life for as long as possible. To be free of pain and discomfort when thinking, walking, and traveling. The key is to strike a balance between healthy eating and physical activity. How we have used our life force up to this point determines how much energy we have.
According to traditional Chinese medicine, qi travels through the body via meridians, which are energy channels. As a result of the out-of-balance movement of qi energy, blockages in the body occur, resulting in health issues.
Other cultures have principles similar to qi, such as prana in Vedic philosophy, ki in Japan, mana in Hawaiian culture, and life force in Western philosophy.
Proper nutrition keeps the level of life energy high
Eat all of the rainbow's colors! Throughout the week, double-check that all of the different colors have passed through your table. The higher the raw food proportion, the better. You don't have to become a vegetarian, but you could make an effort to eat more at home than you do outside. When it comes to meals prepared by others, we never know exactly what's in the sauces or where the ingredients came from.
We have many opportunities to obtain vitamins and minerals from berries in Estonia, which makes it a wonderful place to live. The berries are good for your heart and brain, as well as your capillaries and blood vessel walls.
The best berries to support the high age of living energy are:
- Wild blueberries improve memory. American memory coach Jim Kwik confirms that regular consumption keeps the memory fresh.
- Another classic is sour cherries, which relieve pain, insomnia, and heart problems.
Nettle, goutweed, dandelion, and other weeds are all beneficial to the body. With the arrival of spring, you'll be able to pick up all of the above and consume it raw, as a salad, or in a smoothie.
- Horsetail is high in silicon content and supports the health of connective tissue, hair, and bones.
- Nettle is one of the most calcium-rich plants.
- Garlics contain sulfur compounds that protect the immune system. The wild garlic will soon be out of the ground again. Very good spring body cleanser.
Herbs basil, rosemary, parsley, oregano, sage, melissa contain anti-aging antioxidants and anti-aging compounds. Don't skimp them!
Turmeric relieves inflammation and chronic pain. Always consume it with black pepper, otherwise its effect is weak.
Melissa, sage, rosemary and green mint keep the brain young and stimulate blood circulation.
One very good heart tonic is cocoa, or raw cocoa, which comes from cocoa beans and is bitter. It lowers cholesterol, blood pressure and sugar in terms of its properties.
Colors on our table
- They contain antioxidants, beta-carotene, vitamin C and lycopene, which play an important role in neutralizing free radicals and protecting against cancer.
- Red meat contains iron, magnesium and copper and vitamins E and K. Increases cold resistance and reduces fatigue.
- Vegetables: Beet; radish; Red peppers; red chilli; beans; red cabbage; Red onion; tomatoes.
- Fruits: Strawberries; raspberries; cherries; rhubarb; blackberries; blackcurrants; apples.
- Spices: Cayenne pepper; ginger; cinnamon.
- All orange fruits and vegetables are rich in beta-carotene and antioxidants. Egg yolk is rich in minerals and vitamin D. These foods help keep the body dynamic.
- Vegetables: Carrots; orange pepper; sweet potatoes; pumpkin.
- Fruits: Orange; peach; cantaloupe (dessertmelon); melon; mango; guava; Apricot.
- Seasonings: Ginger; turmeric; cumin.
- Yellow foods play an important role in the body's energy system. All yellow fruits and vegetables are stimulating and rich in antioxidants. Citrus fruits are high in vitamin C and both grapefruit and lemon juice support the liver by removing toxins.
- The yellow category includes nuts and seeds that are rich in vitamins B and E and also contain iron, magnesium and zinc.
- Vegetables: Yellow pepper; yellow zucchini; yellow tomato; sweet corn; golden corn; parsnips; turnip; yams.
- Fruits: Grapefruit; lemon; melon; bananas; pineapple; an apple; pear.
- Spices: Saffran.
- Green foods are most important to us. Why? The answer is simple. These foods support our digestive system. They help expel toxins from our cells and cleanse the blood.
- They are especially rich in vitamins B, C and K as well as iron.
- Vegetables: Cabbage; broccoli; pocket shock; beans; pea; green pepper; asparagus; artichokes; green lenses; olives; avocado; cucumber; salad.
- Fruits: Kiwi; green apple; pear; lime; green grape.
- Seasonings: Parsley; basil; tarragon; pune; coin; coriander.
What makes green fruits exciting? Namely, the darker the leaves, the higher its nutritional value.
- There are fewer blue fruits and vegetables because they are more closely linked to our spiritual development.
- Blue dishes have a calming effect and are recommended in the evenings for a lighter meal.
- Vegetables: Seaweed, asparagus.
- Fruits: Plum; blueberry; blackcurrant.
- Spices: Blue sage, oregano, valerian.
- The color purple is associated with the crown chakra and the pineal gland and plays an important healing role in balancing mental disorders and the nervous system.
- Vegetables: eggplant; purple broccoli; beets; purple cabbage; Red onion; artichoke.
- Fruits: Purple grape; blackberry; ploom.
- Spices: Lavender; sage; thyme.
Get out in the fresh air for at least 1 hour each day. Fresh air helps digestion while also strengthening the immune system and making the body more resistant to disease. Exercise increases the levels of serotonin, the happiness hormone, in the body, which is the key to longevity.
If daily outdoor exercise is difficult for you or you want to invest even more in your body's well-being, these yoga exercises are the best way to avoid the negative effects of excessive sitting.