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NEWSTART lifestyle program
Our bodies are our possessions that cannot be replaced when they break down. It requires constant maintenance to serve us well and it is our responsibility not to shorten our lifespan through poor choices and habits. Fortunately, it is up to us how we keep our bodies, minds and spirits in shape. It’s important that our relationship with ourselves is a big part of the process, as punishing or hurting ourselves for something can lead to negative habits.
Regulating blood sugar levels is also important for a good metabolism. The glycaemic index (GI) is a scale that measures the effect of food on blood sugar levels.
Foods with a low GI are digested and absorbed more slowly, so blood sugar levels are less elevated, resulting in a longer-lasting feeling of fullness and more stable energy levels. A low GI diet can help control weight and prevent diabetes, both important for metabolic health.
CPTG™ essential oils
Lifelong Vitality Pack
9 types of collagen, NMN,
CPTG™ essential oils
Deep Blue Polyphenol complex
Muscle And Joints Sample Pack
Face + Body
restores tired skin
Serenity blend and capsule
Anchor: steadiness, courage
Arise: inspiring, focusing
Making your living environment chemical-free aims to minimise or completely avoid the use of harmful chemicals in household cleaning and personal hygiene. In doing so, we reduce our negative impact on ourselves and our families’ health, animals and the environment, while cleaning effectively. We can also have an impact on businesses by reducing their sales by not buying their harmful products and encouraging them to change their product line, while reducing our own expenses. We can also replace our cleaning tools (sponges, brushes, rags, etc.) with natural and environmentally friendly alternatives.
If you want to create a safer and greener home for yourself, your family and your pets, it’s worth reducing the use of harmful chemicals and replacing them with natural solutions.
How do we avoid being sick?
Is it really 100% natural?
The term „100% natural” is generally used for products that claim to be made from natural ingredients and do not contain artificial, synthetic or chemical substances. These products usually contain plant based ingredients, minerals or other natural derivatives.
However, the claim „100% natural” is unclear and has an internationally standardised definition, but does not necessarily mean that the product is completely organic or healthy. Manufacturers and marketers often use this term to make a product appealing, but the reliability of such claims should always be critically assessed. For example an ingredient is considered to be a natural derivative if it contains more than 50% natural ingredients.
Health and environmental organisations in many countries monitor product advertising and labelling to prevent scams and misleading claims. If it is really important to you to buy natural and healthy products, always check the ingredients, look for organic certification and check reliable sources about the safety of products.
inhaled from the palm of the hand or released into the air by a diffuser
diluted and applied to targeted areas
one drop under the tongue, in water or in a vegetable capsule
CBD VS copaiba essential oil
There was a time when CBD oil was very popular, it was put in almost everything, including food and cosmetics. It begs the question, is it really as good as they say?
Based on a medical lecture, I gathered the properties of CPD oil and compared it with copaiba essential oil. One of the main differences between the two oils is their effect on CB1 and CB2 receptors in the endocannabinoid system. The endocannabinoid system plays an important role in maintaining homeostasis and regulating various processes in the body. Key components are the CB1 and CB2 receptors, which interact with cannabinoids such as CBD (cannabinoid) and THC (tetrahydrocannabinol).
CB1 receptors are mainly found in the brain and nervous system, but are also found in the lungs, liver and kidneys. They interact with the psychoactive compound THC (tetrahydrocannabinol), which can cause mood, appetite, pain and sensory changes. CB1 receptors are involved in the regulation of brain processes including memory, coordination and pain perception.
CB2 receptors are more widely distributed in the immune system and other tissues such as the skin, gastrointestinal tract and immune cells. The main role of CB2 receptors is to regulate the immune response and reduce inflammation. When CBD (cannabinoid) or other cannabinoids bind to CB2 receptors, they are able to regulate the immune response and reduce inflammatory processes.
Copaiba essential oil
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