Law 1: Get plenty of fresh AIR
The air we breathe plays an essential part in our health and
functioning. Long-term exposure to toxic or polluted air can compromise the health
and functioning of the cells and organs of our body leading to increase
susceptibility to infections and various forms of disease.
Some long-term effects of polluted air include: Lung cancer, heart
disease, chronic respiratory disease, and even damage to parts of the
brain, nerves, liver, or kidneys, etc. Staying inside and not allowing
fresh air to flow in house can also have adverse effects to health as
Moreover, we should practice deep breathing to ensure lungs are full of
oxygen and exercised properly.
Law 2: Drink enough WATER daily
We cannot think of water without thinking of life itself. Water carries elements of life and has the ability to transmit and maintain them. Our body is made up of about 75% water, and about 3/4 of our planet’s surface is covered with water with a vast amount of life forms. Every single cell is made up of water including the cells in our own body.
Water is critical for the life and functioning of cells, tissues, and organs in our body. Consequently, thought processes, movements, nerve function, blood circulation, digestion, elimination of waste, etc., depend on water for their normal and effective functioning.
We should drink half our body weight in water. Nevertheless, fruits and vegetables are essential cause they are mostly water.
Law 3: Get adequate amounts of SUNLIGHT
The Sun provides the basis for all life on earth. It is the source of energy for all life form including plants, animals, and humans. The body manufactures vitamin D after being exposed to sunlight.
Vitamin D is critical for the body because it helps the body absorb calcium and helps it keep the right amount of calcium and phosphorus in the blood. Without sufficient vitamin D, bones can become thin, brittle, or even misshapen.
Once the sunlight touches the skin the melanin converts it into energy just like it does the chlorophyll in plants. In humans we call it a suntan, or your skin glow, in plants its photosynthesis. Melanin and chlorophyll or related thus we need to eat enough greens and get sufficient sun
Law 4: Eat foods that have strong NUTRITIOUS values
We are literally what we eat. What we eat plays a significant role in the functioning of our body, health, and well-being. What you decide to eat and how you decide to prepare it will impact your health in more ways that we give thought to. Several food groups have been promoted by the US Department of Health which provides the public with some general diet and nutritional guidelines on how to eat sensible.
Having a diet that is at least 80% alkaline is a great idea to consider when considering the kind of diet that is useful for our body. Eating food with little or no nutritious value can, over time, lower the effectiveness of the body’s defense system and compromise your physical and mental health.
Its an excellent idea to consume Irish moss and Bladderwarck daily to ensure proper nutrition since; so many GMO food, and artificial additives.
Law 5: Get an adequate amount of SLEEP
More and more studies are suggesting that sleep plays a critical role in people’s physical as well as their mental health and functioning. Lack of sleep can compromise immune system effectiveness, which can lead to various forms of health problems. Some experts believe that lack of sleep can make the body become resistant to insulin, a hormone which helps carry glucose from the bloodstream to cells. Other problems resulting from lack of sleep includes lack of mental clarity, memory problems, moody disposition, and higher stress level.
The Body resets itself during sleep each. The average person needs 7-9 hours of quality sleep.
Law 6: Get regular EXERCISE
Regular exercise has a host of health benefits. For example, when fat gets into the muscles of the heart it can interfere with electrical impulses necessary for the proper functioning of the heart. Regular
aerobic exercise can make your heart stronger and work more efficiently by reducing the amount of fat that can build up.
Some other benefits include, reduced risk of developing diabetes, control of type II diabetes, reduce risk for high blood pressure, reduce level of current high blood pressure, control weight gain, build healthy and strong bones, muscles and joints, improve blood flow throughout the body, improves the body’s capacity to use calories, and reduces both mental and physical stress.
Exercise can be as simple as walking around the neighborhood. Some form of body movement should be done daily for optimal health.
Law 7: Emotional Well being
Taking time out of a busy schedule to relax, meditate, laughter and gratitude can act as good medicine. Until recently, meditation has been largely recognized as a spiritual practice. Meditation is now recognized as having many benefits for health and well-being. In some cases, it has been implemented in the management of some forms of illness, management of stress, and even in accelerated learning programs.
In the area of health and wellness, meditation is known to increase blood flow and slow heart rate, relaxation, reduction of physical and psychological stress, reduce anxiety attacks, and even build self-
Laughter is really good cause it boosts immune system instantly and lowers blood pressure.
Gratitude is a choice to be thankful and count life's blessings rather than to dwell on troubles and hardships. Choosing to be thankful for the good things in life promotes a happier frame of mind. To practice this, make a list every night of at least ten things for which you are thankful. Gratitude will do wonders for it activates the law of attraction.
Law 8: Faith
The eighth and final law of health is trust in a higher source. Just like each of the other laws, this one is critically important. Naturopathy may be slow to work, and if you do not have trust in the process, you will not stay the course. We have been conditioned to believe that our doctors know more than we do about how to properly care for the human body. However, what doctors do, most of the time is disease care, not health care. They suppress symptoms instead of healing the root problem. Naturopathy, on the other hand, allows the body to heal itself, which can be a long, slow process. It can involve a healing response (also sometimes called a healing crisis). If you begin to fear that the process is not working or try to suppress the symptoms of the healing response, the process will be halted, and healing will not take place. It is vitally important to remember this law and trust the process rather than going back to eating acidic food.
Your perceptions and interpretations of external events, regardless of their nature, determine your physical and mental reaction to them, and consequently their influence on your health and well-being. Feelings of helplessness only blocks the creative ability of your mind making you feel like a victim of circumstances rather than the master of your destiny. Therefore, trust in divine power is essential
Law 9 Self Discipline
Self-discipline is defined as correction or regulation of oneself for the sake of improvement Without the law of self-discipline none of the other laws can be activated. The other laws would merely just be information without the action of applying the first 8 laws.