FullSizeRenderQuote of the Day: “To enjoy good health, to bring true happiness to one’s family, to bring peace to all, one must first discipline and control one’s own mind. If a man can control his mind he can find the way to Enlightenment, and all wisdom and virtue will naturally come to him.” ~ Buddha

Song of the Day: Don’t Walk Away Boy – Jade

Exercise of the Day: Pilates Reformer

Affirmation: “Everything that is happening now is happening for my ultimate good.”

Tip: I say GMO’s are GNo’s. A GMO is genetically modified organism which means it isn’t something that occurs naturally, it’s been modified from it’s original genetic makeup. They do this because they can enhance color, shape, texture and size of the produce and they can multiply it much quicker also. Sounds great right? Wrong. Here’s why. While we don’t have an accurate accountability of the health consequences of eating GMO’s just yet, we do know that just like many products in the past, scientists are worried they may pass on their mutant genes to bacterium in the digestive system. In addition, GMO’s require massive amounts of pesticides, herbicides and fungicides. These things are poisons, and should not be eaten or allowed to run off into our water supply. But they are, every day, by companies who care far more about the bottom line than they do about your health, your environment or your children’s future. Unfortunately, produce is not labeled NON-GMO and a large percentage of our produce in the U.S. Is GMO. What you can do is look for produce specifically labeled NON-GMO. Keep in mind that buying organic doesn’t necessarily mean NON-GMO. The FDA does not require a produce listed as organic to be NON-GMO. If you can find produce listed as both Organic and NON-GMO you have a good safe product!