2017 New Year's resolutions

2017 New Year’s resolutions

Now is a great time to start over and come up with a number of New Year resolutions. However, unless the New Year’s resolution fairy waves her magic wand and grants your wish, chances are that you are going to fail. Statistics from 2016 showed that only eight percent of people achieved their resolutions from the year before!  One of the main reasons is the multiplicity of goals set to be attained simultaneously, while nurturing unrealistic expectations about the speed, ease and consequences of each of those resolutions.1

According to Britain’s National Health Service, chances of success are greater when we make only one resolution, channeling our energy into changing just one aspect of your behavior.  So, which area of our lives should we focus on? Our health, of course.2

As Buddha said: “To keep the body in good health is a duty… otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.”

It is well documented that the build-up of food and toxins in the digestive system is a major contributing factor of all diseases. In order for your body to operate at peak performance, you have to provide healthy support to your liver,  have a clean and clear digestive tract, which, once properly cleaned, will fully benefit from receiving  the proper nourishment.

With the New Year stress and excesses behind us, now is a great time to start your cleanse.

As an added bonus, you’ll also likely shed a few pounds as the cleanse is clearing everything out.


REFERENCE

1- http://stephenshapiro.com/resolutions-that-work/
2- http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/Healthychristmas/Pages/NewYearresolutions.aspx