garlic broccoli brazil nuts citrus fruits blueberries artichokes salmon kiwifruit scallions sauerkraut olive oil tea apples avacados bean sprouts bran cabbage carrots cherries coffee corn dates eggs ginger grapefruit grapes/raisins kale mushrooms peas pomegranate juice
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chew gum smile more sniff lavender listen to music get outside & get some sun close your eyes & breath deeply & slowly adapt a “this too shall pass” attitude write in a journal talk to a friend get moving – walk or workout
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Exercising benefits your body in so many ways. From improving your body’s physical condition to elevating your mood, here are the top 12 reasons why you should exercise: Live Longer Improve Mood Improve Sleep Control Weight Increase Energy Decrease Stress Improve Confidence Increase Productivity Improve Heart Health Decrease Cancer Risk Decrease Arthritis Pain Strengthen Bones . . .
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