Holiday Wellness Tips: Supporting Your Spleen
Indulgence at Christmas! Let's not forget to show some love to our bodies, especially the hardworking spleen! In Chinese medicine, the spleen plays a crucial role in digestion, and with all the rich and delicious festive treats, it could use a little extra support.
You're probably thinking like me, how am I going to manage all this festive food? I can't keep saying, I'm so sorry I can't eat that, or you eat it and feel really bad the rest of the day!
So how can we support our Spleen over this festive period and say yes:)
Here are a few tips to give your spleen some TLC:
Opt for Balanced Meals: Include a mix of nourishing foods like fruits, veggies, and lean proteins alongside those tempting holiday delights.
Stay Hydrated: Water is the spleen's best friend! Keep yourself well-hydrated to aid digestion and support overall well-being.
Herbal Support: Consider incorporating spleen-friendly herbs like ginger or mint into your teas. They can work wonders for digestion.
Mindful Eating: Slow down and savor each bite. Mindful eating not only supports digestion but also allows you to fully enjoy the flavors of the season.
Tap your Spleen Neurolymphatic Points: Your spleen neurolymphatic points can be found beneath the breast, on the rib cage, tap for the count of 30 around the area anytime of the day but especially after food or Watch my “Love your spleen” reel on Instagram to see how to tap your neurolymphatic spleen points.
Remember, it's all about balance! The spleen loves balance. Let's celebrate the holidays with joy and gratitude, ensuring our bodies feel their best. Cheers to a happy and healthy festive season!
If you would like any support with your digestion or other health issues using a holistic approach, you may find a Kinesiology treatment helpful as it delves into the interconnectedness of body, mind, and energy, to identify imbalances in the body's energy flow and address them through gentle techniques that promote harmony.
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