David Serio on Natural beauty from the inside out
Most of us know that beauty is partly genetic. But it’s also a function of good lifestyle choices–eating healthy foods, practicing proper hygiene, abstaining from tobacco and excessive alcohol. Every one of us can take what we’ve been given and improve, enhance and optimize our appearance and beauty.
Here are some suggestions:
1 Begin to slowly introduce healthier eating habits into your life—no dieting.
2 Take advantage of the two “W’s” and the three “S’s” that are free: Water, Walking, Sleep, Stretching and Sunlight. These are all relatively free other than taking your time.
3 Engage in some form of exercise or activity that you enjoy on a regular basis. It doesn’t have to involve going to the gym. Just do something consistently.
4 Consider doing a whole body cleanse to detoxify your entire system.
5 Finally, re-create yourself once a week by de-stressing and enjoying simple pleasures. This is the art of recreation that we should enjoy while we rest from work.
We’re often told that to be healthy and to look good, we must abstain from anything fun or anything that tastes good. But natural beauty is not skin deep. Rather, it comes from the inside out. Ask the right questions and make wise decisions. Your family, friends and colleagues will notice the difference in how you look and feel.