Inspiring your Positivity 

The health benefits of positive thinking go far beyond what we may have thought in the past. Researchers continue to explore the affects on positive thinking and the results are amazing.
  • Increased life span
  • Lower rates of depression
  • Lower levels of distress
  • Greater resistance to the common cold
  • Better psychological and physical well-being
  • Better cardiovascular health and reduced risk of death from cardiovascular disease
  • Better coping skills during hardships and times of stress
from the Mayo Clinic

Below is a Positivity Pledge that is a wonderful read first thing in the morning or anytime. Print it out and place it somewhere visible so each day you can remind yourself of all the positivity surrounding your life (that you may have just self-talked yourself out of).

If you would like to explore more positive readings take a look at some of these books from Norman Vincent Peale.

In Health, 
Lisa Fallon Mindel CHHP AADP
Whole Body Beautiful

Summer is around the corner and that means hot days, sweaty workouts, and quick mini meals so we can enjoy more outdoor time with the family. Fresh, raw, cool, and refreshing foods are on the menu. I love my raw Gazpacho as it is versatile, quick and easy!
I store the extra (always make a few batches) in glass mason jars in the fridge.


Lisa Fallon Mindel CHHP, AADP | Whole Body Beautiful
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