In this post, I’d like to share some of the “Health” facts about me and what I believe in.
I wasn’t entirely sure how to name this post, but with Health I mean anything and everything.
Vitamins & Oils
I use vitamin supplements as a remedy for all the things healthy food promises, but never really does.
Magnesium has been a miracle worker for the digestion system.
Biotin for hair and nail growth.
Iron for tiredness.
I am looking forward to explore a lot more benefits from different vitamin supplements!
Speaking of hair, hot oil treatments can improve your hair so much.
If you do it in combination with the Inversion Method it will also stimulate hair growth.
I make myself a coconut oil hair mask at least once a week because my hair is in desperate need of hydration.
In May my hair was in the absolute worst stage it could possibly be, completely burned due to box dying my hair.
Today’s day it’s very closely to healthy again!
Food & Drinks
I don’t believe in the health benefits of water because I haven’t noticed ANYTHING!
But I drink those 2 liters daily anyhow.
Usually in the form of ginger tea or water with just a very tiny bit apple juice in it.
“Experts” say that fresh made food is much healthier for you and it’s easier to loose weight because you can control the sugars and stuff.
So about 1.5 year back we started making every meal from scratch and kept it healthy.
But if anything, I just started eating more because it tastes sooo much better 😉
I have written exercise in between the bunny ears, because I haven’t used my gym membership AT ALL in the past few weeks.
I’m embarrassed, but I really hated how the people there cared more about paying attention to me instead of just letting me do my thing.
Danish people don’t like small talk, so I will get back to it 😉
But I did do some things at home!
About 2 weeks ago, I have pushed myself to do the Squat challenge.
If my time schedule and legs allow it, I try to do 100 spread over the day.
Usually in sets of 20.
It’s effective to do them while you wait for your water to boil or your coconut oil to heat up 😉
I always had very muscular legs.
When I tighten my muscles, it feels rock hard.
I don’t think it’s very charming for a woman, but I did make all the “chicken legs” boys in high school very jealous 😉
Another thing not many people would believe is that I am quite flexible.
The first time I raised my leg somewhere between 90 and 180 degrees while laying down Jasper was shocked.
I made him do it too but that wasn’t very successful, haha.
I am now practicing to do a “Leg Hold“. I am about 3/4 to get there.
What are some of the facts about you regarding health? Shock me 😉