There is growing research to support the theory that the subconscious mind has the power to help us to achieve health, happiness and success.
The subconscious mind works away in the background, secretly helping us to forge our path in life. Your subconscious mind feeds off who and what we surround ourselves with. That's why, on my long runs, I like to listen to audio books - particularly motivational books. Even though I am not listening intently, my subconscious mind will store some of the information.
Mood boards can also be really helpful for the subconscious mind. Collect pictures and phrases of your targets, as well as things that have meaning for you. Place these somewhere you will see them every day and research suggests you have a greater chance of achieving those goals.
You will need:
1 large head of broccoli, chopped
1 small jalapeno (optional)
1 tbsp feta cheese
1/2 tsp dried dill
1) Heat a non-stick pan over a medium heat and add 1 tbsp of coconut oil
2) Add the broccoli and jalapeno and cook for 4 minutes
3) Combine the eggs, feta and dill in a small bowl and mix thoroughly
4) Add to pan and cook for 4 minutes
5) Flip the omelette and cook for an additional 3 mins
Have one meat-free day every week. Meat can be hard to digest, so why not give your body a day that places lower demands on your digestive system? Increasing your vegetable intake on that day will boost your levels of vitamins and minerals, too.
Obesity. It's the modern epidemic that is the root cause of many health problems. To try to alleviate this, we look for reasons to get healthier. We try to give people reasons to get fitter, slimmer and healthier, coating the message in campaigns and articles.
Earlier this month I was at an overseas conference. A clue as to my whereabouts - Sinatra sang a famous song about this city. There I got chatting to an Irish businessman who was also attending. Over a 20-minute chat, our conversation diverted towards a mutual love of running.