Today I wanted to share the benefits of Moringa with you. I recently researched some of the benefits for a customer, and found that overall there are so many health benefits from this plant I just had to share.
I have even ordered myself the powdered format from Amazon, and now take this daily alongside my partner.
Improved Blood Circulation
Reduces Blood Pressure
Cancer fighting benefits
Eases joint pain
High in Protein
Great as a cleanser
Please watch through this short 6 minute video to hear how it is making a difference in peoples lives.
As in all supplementation, please check with your GP first before taking additional supplements as some could clash with your medication.
Let me know if you found this information valuable, so I can share more of the same…
Many people who I have spoken to regarding weightloss or improving health, have all said they needed inspiration to continue.
Inspiration comes from within, motivation will help, but you yourself have to become inspired.
It’s also great to have a group of people, a network to help you achieve your goals. Start by being accountable, tell your nearest and dearest your desires, let them hold you accountable to achieving what you waid you would set out to achieve.
Track your actions and achievements – break your goals down into bite sized chunks and tick of each milestone as you reach it.
Now this lady in the video below has been an inspiration to me especially as she started out her fitness regime in her 50’s. She wanted to improve her health initially, and now she inspires and teaches ladies 50 and over how to be their best self.
Today’s very inspirational video shows that no matter your age it is never late to start to look after your health.
I hope you take away from this as much as I have.
If you are inspired by this leave me a comment below.
I was at a Dinner and Dance Ceremony last Saturday for the Women with Vision organisation.
It was founded by a marvellous and courageous lady called Jammie Koroma who herself suffered from FGM.
The ‘Vision’ of the organization is to create a safe and friendly environment to share experiences and ideas on issues pertaining to women in our society.
The activities of the group are targeted at women and girls aged 16 years and above from the Reading community, to meet socially, network, reflect, share ideas, discuss and plan events around culture and gender-related issues.
WwV meets every last Sunday of the month, and we organize awareness-raising talks on health and wellbeing to enable women in the community to understand the particular issues or topics, and the legislative and social provisions that underpin them.
They participate in other community activities, share information, empower and support each other, individually and collectively, so as to improve quality of life and facilitate integration and contribution into society in Reading.
We had a great time listening to some of their stories and I was inspired that out of adversity they had created an organisation which has empowered and encouraged women who have suffered abuse to have a voice, become stronger and most important to love themselves and find love and trust again!