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10 Reasons to Own A Himalayan Salt Block & How To Use It

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via 10 Reasons to Own A Himalayan Salt Block & How To Use It

perhaps the idea of cooking on a big brick of sunset-hued crystal is totally new to you.

A Hint of Salt, Not A Lot

HPS won’t immediately upon contact transform food into an unbearable salty mess. Instead, your pink salt block will impart just a hint of its very interesting salt flavor into your food.

How To Use & Care For Your Himalayan Salt Block

Always cook food on the same side of the block.

Recipes Ideas To Get You Started

(links in the article link above)

Seared Flank Steak

Salt Block Asparagus

Salt Block Crisped Whole Fish

Watermelon and Feta on a Salt Block

Salt-Frozen Parmesan Ice Cream

(the last 2 are weird enough to actually try! Like maybe THIS salt on watermelon won’t freak me out!) 🙂

 

 

Posted in Bath & Beauty, Uncategorized

MAKE YOUR OWN NATURAL VINEGAR HAIR RINSE

Although plain white vinegar will work just fine, Apple Cider Vinegar seems to be the favorite hair care vinegar. Some say that wine vinegars may be less drying for those with dry scalp conditions.

via Make Your Own Natural Vinegar Hair Rinse

i used white vinegar out of desperation the other day after a walk had me all sweaty…Now my hair ISN’T sticking up in the air! ( i have dreds). Its actually behaving VERY well! and i haven’t spritzed it ALL DAY! (with a mixture of oil & water)

Just the ratio was too high! For it was more like an eigth 1/8-1/4th cup! Where only 1 or 2 tblsp are actually needed! Ty Yeshua! 😀

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Posted in Medical

Stressed? 10 Ways to Protect Your Kidneys

https://www.kidney.org/content/stressed-10-ways-protect-your-kidneys

3. Set aside time to relax. Relaxation means something different to everyone. Carve out “me” time in your calendar to do something you find relaxing. This can include things you can do easily at home on a regular basis, such as yoga and meditation, or something that may be more of a special treat, such as taking a vacation or getting a massage.

2. Limit salt and caffeine. High caffeine intake can lead to jitters and doesn’t always mix well with the physical signs of stress. Set aside the salt shaker and read nutrition labels to determine the amount of sodium in the foods and drinks you consume. Limiting salt and caffeine intake is especially important if you have high blood pressure, which is the second leading cause of kidney disease and also increases your risk for heart attack and stroke. (The salt thing is really for this, your kidneys vs blood pressure).

4. Exercise regularly. When you exercise, your body releases endorphins – chemicals that have been shown to boost mood and reduce feelings of pain. Regular exercise can also help lower high blood pressure and even small amounts of physical activity have been proven to lower stress levels. Take the stairs instead of the elevator or escalator, lift free weights while watching TV, and park your car further from the store or get off the bus a stop early to increase your steps. (Dancing is my favorite form of exercise…the MAJOR key here is endorphins, exercise amounts that provide long term stress relief…many of us are ‘afflicted’ with something! So may be painfully difficult at first, walking is another choice)

6. Maintain a positive attitude and outlook. How you think impacts how you feel, so maintaining a positive outlook and reducing stress can play an important role in staying healthy.

7. Get plenty of sleep. A good night’s sleep goes a long way. Being well rested is more important than many people realize. Did you know that studies have shown that not getting enough sleep may lead to an increased appetite and in turn, weight gain?

8. Don’t keep your feelings inside.Talk to a friend, loved one, spiritual leader, or healthcare professional. Write about how you’re feeling in a journal. When you put your problems on paper, it’s easier to think about possible solutions. Making a list can help you evaluate and prioritize what issues need to be addressed, in order to calmly tackle the causes of your stress. (As Christians, we have Yeshua to speak freely with…who would’ve thought that being with Christ leads to a less stressful lIfe?- Great Atheist argument, plus…what are the statistics health wise, for those who know/repented much they have followed Christ vs those who ‘enjoyed’ sin? 🙂

9. Set goals and expectations. Try using the SMART method so that your goals are Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Trackable.

10. Listen to music. Whether slow and soothing, or beats to get you moving, listening to music (and even dancing and singing along!) can put you in less stressed mood.  

(Hmmm, advocate how a life in Christ provides less stress, a support system too! For no one speaks of the LACK of support/help one receives living willfully alone. Willfully alone, in Christ, one is not alone.)

Hallelujah.

Posted in Entertainment

Touch Season 1 Episode 7: Noosphere Rising Source

Touch Season 1 Episode 7: Noosphere Rising Source: Netflix this episode dealt with how the numbers loose their randomness at times and that science has no explanation for it…religion does- its called prayer. (Note of caution: The previous episode mentions Revelations 22:22 and what the video said it was, DID NOT correlate to what my […]

via Netflix — Genesis 1:31 Creative Ministry