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Cell HealthRemember the periodic table from chemistry class? Do you remember all its elements? Well, dig them out of that dusty box in your brain, because those elements are also essential to our body’s cells.

In addition to proteins, carbohydrates, fats, and water, mineral supplements are an important requirement for cellular health. When planning a “clean” or “mindful” eating schedule, take minerals into account. Our bodies need two types of minerals: micro and macro.

Our body requires large quantities of macro minerals and trace amounts of micro minerals, but this shouldn’t suggest that we neglect the micro minerals. Generally speaking, a healthy diet is rich in minerals but it is still important to identify the sources in order to maximize the benefits.

Vital minerals include sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium, chloride, and sulfur.  Calcium and phosphorus form the mineralized structures of our body such as teeth and bones, and adequate amounts ensure healthy development. Deficiencies in these two minerals can cause various bone deformities and compromised bone structure. Inadequate amounts at the age of teeth development can cause the improper structure of teeth and increase the risk of cavities, fractures, and staining.

Sodium and potassium are crucial for the “message transmission processes” that are responsible for the entire activity of our nervous system. Deficiency of these minerals can cause disturbed activity of nervous system and can impair various bodily functions like sensations, cognitive function, and muscle movements. Sodium is critical for maintaining normal blood pressure.


It is not difficult to ensure you are incorporating these minerals into your meals. Sprinkle a small amount of high quality salt on top of an omelet or a vegetable salad. Better yet, drink a glass of room temperature filtered water first thing in the morning with 1 tsp of high quality salt and get the day started right!

Trace minerals should not be underestimated.

They are important components of blood and various enzymes that produce your body’s proteins. They also regulate a variety of critical bodily processes including cell renewal and repair, taste reception, metabolic processes, detoxification of poisonous substances and maintenance of blood sugar.

Be creative and include a number of ingredients to build one meal rich in minerals, instead of concentrating on just one or two minerals. For example, cook a meal decorated with green vegetables such as broccoli. Sprinkle some sea salt and kelp or dulse, which are sea vegetables loaded with minerals.

Make minerals a staple of your clean eating plan!

My favorite way to ensure my minerals intake is to drink coconut water daily.

Simple and easy. Make clean eating and looking younger easy because clean eating should not be difficult.

In good health,
Coach Connie


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Random Thoughts

JOY AT WORK! it’s simple

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It was early morning
I was one of the first to arrive at work.
On my usual route to get coffee this morning I decided to stop….
And read the sayings on the office doors.

You see, each office has a chalkboard on the door
and almost every day there’s a different inspirational quote.
Today I stopped and read each one…..

As I went from door to door and read each saying I got chills…..
I felt encouragement,
I could see hope,
I saw human connection,
I heard caring hearts


  1. What would it be like if you lived each day, each breath, as a work of art in progress?
  2. He who experiences the unity of life sees his own self in all beings and all beings on his own self.
  3. Be the sky not the clouds
  4. The greatest weapon against stress is our ability to choose one thought over another.
  5. Your present circumstances don’t determine where you can go; they merely determine where you start
  6. Breath
  7. You are imperfect, and you’re wired for struggle, but you are worthy of love and belonging.
  8. We are all faced with a series of great opportunities, brilliantly disguised as impossible situations

This is called JOY AT WORK! People who care about people and make differences every single day! All this, from a simple chalkboard on the outside of an office door. Change doesn’t have to be hard – sometimes it’s very simple but can have an impact you never dreamed!


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Metabolism is your body’s method of extracting energy from the food you consume. Metabolic rates vary by person, but they can be influenced by specific foods. Thermogenic foods help to increase the rate of metabolism by enhancing thermogenesis, a process during which the body burns the calories from the food you just ate and converts them to heat energy.


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