| STAY HEALTHY
& CALM WHILE TRAVELING
By Béatrice Duplantier-Rhea N.D.
Unfortunately, traveling has become hazardous to our health. We are about to leave our home where we have put a lot of efforts in organizing our health programs the best we can. We have succeeded in feeling healthy and enjoying vibrant health. Some of us had been given pretty scary diagnosis in the past, based on painful symptoms and do not feel these symptoms any more. We may even feel so well that the diagnosis is reduced to a forgotten nightmare and the latest medical input is that maybe the named disease was misdiagnosed. With this coming trip, we feel that we are about to abandon this wonderful, somewhat miraculous homeostasis and shelter.
Yes, we cannot deny that everywhere we go and find ourselves mingling with crowds, we are going to encounter more bacteria, viruses, microorganisms, more pollution, fast foods and NO HERBS
An airplane ride has become quite stressful. We need to arrive two hours before departure (we are told three hours for international). We are put through several x-ray checking. If someone is picked up for more thorough checking, all suitcases are opened and searched, the body, the clothes and the shoes are searched and one must proceed barefoot through the metal detector (Do not forget to leave with socks on).
Once on the airplane, we are packed worse than sardines! The recycled air and water are carrying all the germs that crowds can carry plus all the chemicals added to kill the germs who have learnt how to mutate since the beginnings of time
The food and drinks served are acid and mucus forming. Within a short time, one can start hearing and feeling around the spells of sneezing, coughing and complaining while the poor babies and toddlers start crying and screaming. The children are getting nervous... the hostess comes to the rescue with a can of coke, full of sugar, which makes matters worst within a short period of time!
This does not mean that we have to stay home in our little happy shelter. When we have to travel we can do it without too much damage. I consider the trial like going through a bad storm and the next day there will be beautiful sun. But, to be able to enjoy that sun and not to have to stay in bed, we need to keep ourselves in good shape. This little discipline is all the more important if we plan to attend business as we step out of the plane.
WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT
Before going to the airport, do 20 minutes of exercise stretching and deep breathing in silence, preferably outside to be in tune with nature and its natural strength. Drink a good cup or two of organic, plain vegetable soup rich in minerals. In your hand luggage, you need to take a small bottle of Celtic water to drink before going through the custom.
You could buy some Evian water in airports after the customs.You need enough food for the hours involved in traveling and a little more in case of delay.
Finger foods include (choose with your blood type list): carrots, artichokes, tomatoes, steamed green beans, celery, presoaked walnuts and almonds, Granny Smith apples, sprouts, Belgian endives, avocados, dried figs, cooked chestnuts wrapped in zip-log bags (I tell the custom that I am carrying my food).We cannot carry glass containers.
It is good to have the XYLITOL CHEWING-GUMS to chew at take off and landing.
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