Are you in need of a little Body Balance?

 

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I know that you wouldn’t be visiting my page unless you were interested in physical and emotional well being, both for you and a natural extension of that is your families. I’m sharing something with you today, that may interest you and I know will help you on your wellness journey.

When clients ask me about vitamin supplements my immediate response is… the ideal place to get your vitamins and minerals is though eating clean, fresh, real food daily.

Now I appreciate that in this rushed, busy world we find ourselves living, that doesn’t always happen and having vitamin supplements can fill a nutrient hole. (Yes it may also be required  for a medical reason) .

There is however a supplement that I do believe in and many health care professionals in Australia and New Zealand, whom I respect, have been recommending a product called Body Balance. The results they are seeing with their clients have been incredible.

So what is Body Balance?

Body Balance is a liquid nutrition formula with very many health supporting nutrients – it is different from all the other products out there in the crowded marketplace for the following reasons:

Body Balance is whole food. It is made of nine different sea vegetables that have been blended for better absorption. It also contains organic cold pressed inner fillet Aloe Vera. Supplementing your nutrition from whole food instead of from manufactured pills or capsules means that your cells are getting nutrition naturally and importantly immediately.

It is free of pollution. The nine sea vegetables are harvested from the most pristine waters of the northern oceans many meters below the surface. This is probably the most pollution free environment on earth. The Aloe Vera is grown on a volcano in Mexico the most mineral rich soil on earth.

Body Balance is naturally rich in nutrients. Minerals have been washed into the oceans for millions of years, so the nine sea vegetables and Aloe Vera together yield over 121 vital nutrients that the body needs every day. More than any other kind of food Body Balance delivers a very broad spectrum of bioactive phytonutrients necessary to support to intercellular and overall health.

It is organic. Body Balance is processed with pure water and contains no chemicals. Only naturally sourced preservatives are used, which is why it has to be refrigerated once it is opened.

Body Balance is in an ionic form. This makes the absorption rate of Body Balance extremely high in comparison to the much lower absorption rate of pills and capsules. End result the Body Balance is absorbed (over 90% Vs 12-20%!!) and the rich nutrients are active as opposed to have avery expensive urine/pee, which is what happens with most vitamin pills!

Body Balance is delicious and easy to take. People who have difficulty taking pills or capsules, find that Body Balance is a very easy way to get quality nutrition on a daily basis.

Body Balance is a dream come true. Virtually everyone benefits from taking Body Balance. When you give the body what it needs it has the opportunity to address its health challenges. It’s never too early or too late to give your body the nutrition it needs in a form it can utilise fully.

I know I have a fairly “clean” diet most of the time, but since taking this product daily (first thing in the morning before I have breakfast – decided that’s the best way to fast track straight into my cells!!) I too have noticed improvements – in focus and clarity during the day and better sleep at the end of the day!!

I’ve been taking Body Balance daily (almost) for over three years now and I know the wonders it’s doing for my overall wellness. I recommend it to my clients only when I firmly believe that they will benefit…and many have.

I more than happy to share it with you.

If you’re interested to know more or order now contact me [email protected]

 

caroline Silk

Be Healthy, Happy & Amazing!

Caroline x

 

 

 

Wow I’ve been slack…but according to who?

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I knew that I hadn’t posted for sometime, but I was a little surprised to see that its been 6 weeks!

My intent is to blog weekly, ideally on a Monday, so that I can share my musings of wellness and weight loss with all of those amazing people who care to listen.

But as each week came along, each week I’d think about it and each week I’d do nothing about it.

Was I unmotivated?

Maybe a little…mmm maybe a lot. I think I had a case of the can’t be bothereds.

Interestingly it was not as though I was not doing anything at all when it came to my business. I was sending out my weekly newsletter, posting in my private wellness & weight loss Facebook group (hint hint: come join me here) being active in various social media groups, running one of my 14 day programs. And then of course there is the other half of my life – being a mum, partner, friend, daughter, sister, sister-in-law, daughter-in-law, aunt, dog walker and employee!

In fact now that I’ve thought about it and listed it above, I have been doing quite a lot…just not blogging. 

When I entered this online world as I did in March 2014 with my enrolment into Bschool (online biz school), I really didn’t know what I was getting myself into. I knew I wanted to join this world, I knew I wanted to reach more people with my wellness message…share my musings, expertise and stuff!

As we all know hindsight is a beautiful thing, or as one of my coach’s liked to call it kindsight.

If I was to start again I would do it all very differently. I would turn it all around, do it in a way that felt good for me, rather than what I thought I should be doing, or what someone else told me to do.

What is the right way for someone does not mean its the right way for you or me. Each person is unique and everyone has their own path to walk.

It’s true in business, it’s true in your wellness journey and it’s so true in the path you choose to walk in life.

Hindsight is a beautiful thing.

I think we are all guilty of judging ourselves a little harshly.

We have an expectation of where we should be, whether it be in business, in health, in life. There are in many cases, unwritten laws of how we should behave, how we act and where we should be on life’s ladder.

We compare. We feel judged or we pass judgment on others and ourselves.

How do you rate yourself, right now?

Are you a kind or a harsh judge? And if you judge harshly, what or who is your measuring stick?

Be kind to yourself…always. And I’ll be kind to me too!

caroline silk

Be Healthy, Happy & Amazing

Caroline x

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Eating Green Is Eating Clean

Yes we are now officially in Spring. Spring has sprung, though my partner argues it’s not truly here until September 23, at the time of the spring equinox, but that’s another story!

As you may or may not know, my Eat Clean Reset Your Body 14 day programme is ready for you right now and I’d love you to join in the fun if you feel inclined (dare I say you desperately need?) to give yourself a makeover from the inside out.

Another way you can give yourself this kind of makeover is by including more greens.

I know you know eating  greens are good for you but have you considered including these in your daily diet?

Hungry for Change is a website I admire so I’m very happy to share their fabulous info!

1. Seaweed

eating greenOften overlooked because it is not a land-dweller, seaweed is insanely good for you. While providing a whopping amount of vitamins and minerals, seaweed’s golden ticket is iodine. Iodine is found in very few foods and is essential to a healthy thyroid. With more people avoiding iodised salt for a slew of reasons, mild iodine deficiency is growing more common. When deficient, a person may have difficulty losing weight, feel fatigued, perhaps depressed — experiencing general thyroid malfunction. Whip up a tasty seaweed salad for lunch to keep your thyroid chugging along.

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2. Micro greens

Move over regular arugula (commonly called rocket)! Micro greens are simply mini versions of your favourite produce, and man do they pack a punch! As “toddler plants,” they contain more vitamins and flavour than their mature counterparts. There is an endless variety of micro greens from which to choose, from mustard and watercress, to turnip and sunflower — each with a unique, tantalising flavour. As an added bonus, micro greens are crazy easy to grow in your kitchen, and will supply your meals with some tasty, uber healthy green nutrition.

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3. Lacinato Kale (aka Tuscan/Dinosaur kale)

This is your grocery-store-kale’s dark, jurassic-looking cousin. With 100 percent of your recommended daily allowance of vitamins A and K, and 88 percent of your vitamin C requirement, the rich compounds of kale have been linked to cancer prevention. It is a little sweeter and nuttier than your regular kale, so go ahead and experiment!

4. Moringa

Recently growing in popularity, moringa is a leaf that is chock-full of goodies. It assists with blood sugar stabilisation, lowers blood pressure and cholesterol, is loaded with energising and depression-fighting B vitamins, and containing 90 nutrients that benefit the human body. It is antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant-rich. Cook with the oil, or flavour meals with the leaves. Never heard of it? Discover all of the wonders of moringa here.

5. Avocados

OK, so you may be pretty familiar with avocados, but they are so delicious and nutrient-dense that they deserve a mention. They are full of monounsaturated fats, which increase satiety and can assist with weight loss. Avocados are anti-inflammatory, blood sugar regulators, and may even prevent strokes. Buy them once for the high amount of potassium, fibre, B vitamins, and vitamins K and C; keep buying them for their glorious, creamy texture and your newfound obsession with guacamole.

Green foods are good for you, but they don’t have to be boring. Trying a new green every week can keep your meals interesting and your body healthy.

As you add more and more vegetables into your diet you’re actually crowding out other foods that may not be as nutritionally dense as veggies and you have the added bonus of less calories.

Avocados are my absolute favourite, and happy to admit I eat most days! Can you see the benefits of more greens in your diet?

Be Healthy, Happy & Amazing! 

Caroline x