OK, today I’m gonna share some nutrition advice. Not because I’ve suddenly become an expert in the health and wellness field. But because I want you to be the best YOU possible. And me, too.
I found this nutrition advice in several places online.
It’s what health and nutrition experts call a salt and soda soak. Hmm, they’ve got me hooked so far. And the first step involves dry brushing. Because that “stimulates the lymphatic system which aids in detoxification.” And evidently, “an Epsom salt bath (especially when mixed when baking soda) aids in muscle aches, inflammation, and radiation detoxification.”
Wow. Did you even know you could detox from radiation? OK, I like this nutrition advice. Tell me more. According to one of the articles I read about the salt and soda soak, it’s “a radiation-neutralizing bath designed to help you detox and to clear your system of ionizing radiation, a particularly invasive environmental factor that can devastate your immune system.”
Plus, “baking soda and Epsom Salt baths also improve your circulatory health and reduce blood pressure.” Yeah, I don’t see any downsides, yet.
Also, “Epsom salt helps flush out toxins and heavy metals. The process is called reverse osmosis. And it literally pulls toxins out of your body.”
And all this time you thought you took a bath or shower just to get clean. Silly YOU. They’re so much more.
Of course, since salt is involved, experts recommend you drink plenty of water. And that’s just a good idea anyway. Because your body tends to literally dry up without it.
Want some great tips for how to set up your salt and soda soak? Great. I’ll share the ones I found. And I think you’re gonna love this. So, make sure you add it to your self-care to-do list.
Here’s the “recipe” for the setup:
- Add between 5 tablespoons to 2 cups of baking soda to the bath.
- Then add 1-2 cups of Epsom Salt. The amount depends on the condition you wish to treat.
- Swish it all around to make sure it all dissolves well.
- Finally, soak in the bathtub for 10 to 40 minutes.
One expert said you should “shower with fresh cold water after your bath.” I know that sounds like a shock to the system after relaxing in that relaxing bath. But apparently the hot to cold transformation will “improve your circulation. And it can help filter out toxins in the body. Because it stimulates constriction and subsequent relaxation of the blood vessels.”
Nice. I love the sound of the whole thing. Don’t you?
And I think you should be just as caring for your goals and dreams as you are for your skin. Because goals and dreams tend to dry up when you don’t nurture them, too. And you start with your Vision. That image you have of yourself that only YOU can see.
So, that’s why the very first lessons in RondaReady YOUniversity are designed to help you discover your Vision. And they can help you focus your energy in that direction.
I could share more of the benefits, and there are plenty. But how about we have an actual conversation about it? Book a free call with me, with that handy calendar below. And give me a chance to see where you wanna go in life. I’d love to help YOU if I can.
Let’s talk right after you take the nutrition advice I shared. I think a salt and soda soak is calling my name.
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