*Kale and other greens of the mustard family (this does not include spinach, chard and beets)And here's what she specifically says about meditation and patience:
*Whole grains, used whole, possibly sprouted, not as flour except occasionally
*Cooperation and Inclusiveness
*Clean Air and Water
*Gardening or otherwise growing things
*Prudent Avoidance of Toxic Purchases..
Meditation done regularly has many positive health benefits. The brain is proving to be more plastic and changeable than was once widely believed. Practicing meditation can really change our experience of everything for the positive. You DO have time because if you relax and meditate, you'll have more energy more consistently...and more time to work with. That's good medicine... Real Alternative #12.Fortunately, I love kale! Sadly, I don't prepare it nearly often enough. I think I'll make an effort to buy it more often!
In modern times, developing patience may be one of the most important practices of alternative medicine. It gives depth to all activities, slows us down and helps us be more present, makes us respect ourselves and others more, and goes beneath the surface and appearance of everything. Real Alternative #13