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The choices you make in six essential areas determine whether you follow a lifestyle that results in permanent good health or one that can lead to distress, illness, depression an imbalanced system that leads to disease.


1. What you eat.


Your diet should consist of about 75% fruits and vegetables and 25% everything else. This keeps your body and in its natural healthy state, and can help prevent injury and disease.


2. What you drink.


Use stimulants such as coffee and alcohol sparingly. Drink 100% fruit juices and pure water.


3. How you exercise


Get 30 minutes of whole body exercise three times a week. Help your body stay flexible. You'll be surprised at how good it feels and how the tendency to suffer injuries is reduced.


4. How you rest.


Good sleep every night is essential to your body's ability to heal and recharge itself. Avoid stimulants and heavy meals before you go to sleep.


5. What you breathe.


Clean, smoke-free air is also essential to permanent good health. If the air smells "bad", it's probably not healthy.


6. What you think.


Your self-thoughts and self-talk are life changing - ask me about this. Stress can be a killer. Find ways to think calming thoughts at home and work.




Dr. Mary Lou graduated from the prestigious Palmer Chiropractic College in Davenport, Iowa, and has practiced in Texas and Georgia for over 20 years.

She is now serving the Placitas and Albuquerque areas.

"The doctor of the future will give no medicine but interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet, and in the cause and prevention of disease."

Thomas A. Edison

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