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Are You Healthy Enough to Survive and Thrive During Economic Collapse?

Published on February 11, 2016 by   ·   2 Comments

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Any time we speak about the economy, it is a natural reaction to discover onlythe economic methods to protect ourselves. However, our general health – physical, mental and spiritual – cannot be overlooked, as these areas form the foundation for rational thinking and for taking quick and meaningful action in any critical situation.

Simply put: if you are healthy and fit, you are able to adapt and thrive during any external challenge.

Plus, changing the macro economy is out of your hands, even if you have a full understanding of what is being engineered, yet improving your health is 100% in your control. With a stronger body and a sharper mind you’ll be much more prepared for anything life throws at you.

Here are 7 simple but powerful life hacks to get healthier and build your resistance to whatever direction the economy travels.

1. Apple Cider Vinegar: Take 2 tablespoons of Bragg’s apple cider vinegarwith 6 ounces of cool filtered water twice a day. We’re learning that gut health may be the key to overall health. Drinking apple cider vinegar every day keeps the doctor away because it hacks your gut and gives it a massive natural dose of beneficial probiotics referred to as the “Mother” on Bragg’s bottles. Early studies show apple cider vinegar may have prevented and even cured smallpox, though they didn’t know how it worked back then.

“Today we know that apple cider vinegar is a highly effective disinfectant and also alkalizes the body, which would naturally lead it to be more disease resistant. In addition, it contains potassium and numerous enzymes that aid in digestion, has antiscorbutic properties, and has been used effectively for numerous health issues since ancient times. Prebiotics that feed probiotics are also present in quantity.” Healthy gut, healthy person. Here’s a free in-depth guide for how to use apple cider vinegar.

2. More Gut Health Tips: Don’t drink chlorinated water, because chlorine kills bacteria, good or bad. Don’t eat food with pesticides or herbicides because even in small doses it could kill your beneficial gut flora. Don’t eat animal products that are treated with antibiotics because they, by name and effect, kill the probiotics in your gut. Avoid heavy alcohol consumption as it may also kill your healthy bacteria. Eat fermented foods like homemade sauerkraut.

3. Walk: If you’re not into fitness, the least you can do is take a stroll every day. Wake up early, put on your socks and running shoes, throw in your headphones, grab a bottle of water and go for a hike in the park. Get some sun on your face, soak in the glorious nature around you, listen to your favorite tunes, breathe deeply, and sweat out your toxins. You’re adding years to your life and it’s kind of fun. Bonus Hacks: Take the stairs at work or to your apartment. Park far away from store entrances and hoof it. Every bit of effort makes you stronger than you were yesterday.

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Readers Comments (2)

  1. Completely cleansed of all pills even though its hard to deal with. I’m ready.

  2. I think that will be the biggest problem is everyone that depends on pills for everything.




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