Quick Health Tip | 5 Breaths

Health Quick Tip By Leslie Kemp
MSI Instructor

One of the simplest things you can do that will have a dramatic effect on your dietary experience is to take 5 deep breaths before eating a meal or snack. This simple technique can be applied anywhere, anytime.




Benefits of taking 5 deep breaths before eating a meal or snack…

  •  It will allow you to connect with your food, bringing focus and added enjoyment to your meal. With this connection you are more likely to taste what you are eating and because you are more aware and centered in your body, you will better be able to gauge when you are full or still hungry so as not to over or under eat. As a nice side effect, being connected with your core, helps you to naturally make wiser choices while feeding your self. Remember anywhere you add breath, you add awareness.
  • Centering and calming your self before eating, will also aid indigestion. A
  • Relaxed system, with increased oxygen flow, is more receptive to nutrient absorption and less likely to experience indigestion.

So relax, breath, and bon appetite!

Eating for Beauty with Leslie Kemp April 12th Sunday 10am – 11:30am

Beauty is found in health. The by product of healthy diet is bright eyes, glowing skin, healthy hair,  and a normalized body weight whether that means a size 0 or size 12. Learn about the top “beauty foods” and the techniques to maximize the beauty of health.

Topics Covered …

*List of “Beautifying” foods, nutritional information as to why they have this affect.
*Recipes to utilize these ingredients
*Body image and its impact on diet
*Emphases on Health being Beauty

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About Leslie Kemp:
nutrional healthy eatingLeslie Kemp, CHHC. I have been actively involved in the health and wellness industry for over 15 years. I graduated from The Desert Institute of the Healing Arts in 2000 as a massage therapist.  This journey led me to also study aromatherapy, Thai bodywork, and Reiki. In my quest for studying and sharing healing modalities the missing component in my tool belt seemed obvious.  Hippocrates said it best, “Let food be they medicine and medicine be thy food.” So I attended the Institute of Integrative Nutrition. During my training, I studied over 100 different dietary theories, practical lifestyle management techniques, and innovative coaching methods with some of the world’s top health and wellness experts.

I am a member of The International Association for Health Coaches. In my practice, I work with women who have lost their spark to help them get their sass back by empowering them to make lifestyle choices that will allow them to thrive.


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