Remember that no matter how difficult our lives may seen, we are never alone… the Universe is here to help! Regardless of how you handle the continuing challenges of the business and personal issues during these times, please remember that peace and empowerment are available for the asking from Spirit. Focusing on what raises your vibrations, whether it be your communion with the Divine, your honoring of your Loved Ones, or some other investment in your beliefs, will add harmony and balance to your personal energy. Why not find all the help you can get?! Dimensions Reiki is ready to help you release your stress and teach you how to connect with YOUR Spirit Guides to provide the insight, strength, and determination you need to maintain your highest vibrations. Check out our personal energy sessions, psychic readings, and diverse classes and workshops designed to guide you in finding the Spiritual YOU ! Happy Holidays from Dimensions Reiki! Check out all of our events online at http://dimensionsreiki.com/calendar. Jeff Carpenter is a Reiki Master Teacher, spiritual scientist, psychic reader, negative energy remover, soul coach, and spirit medium who owns Dimensions Reiki, 169 Main Street, Suite 105, Matawan, NJ. Registration is required for all events; please email email@example.com or call 732-832-1036 to register. Dimensions of Spirit
Are You a Health Nut? Have a Pistachio! By, Erin Mumby Did you know that pistachios are one of the healthiest nuts? Pistachios have vitamins, minerals, and fats that will help improve your health. They are a great source of, calcium, iron and copper! Pistachios have a high content of oleic acids and antioxidants like vitamins A & E. Pistachios have less fat than other kinds of nuts like Pecans and Macadamia nuts. Pistachios are high in protein. They help to control your appetite. Their high amount of protein keep you energized throughout the day. Pistachios make you full and are perfect for managing weight. Pistachios are good for your blood! A healthy heart is just one great benefit. The monounsaturated fatty acids found in the nuts help to lower high blood pressure. Pistachios are also known to help lower lipids and lipoproteins in the blood. This helps, which ultimately helps to lower bad cholesterol and raise HDL cholesterol. Good cholesterol reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease. They can also help to fight against diabetes! One cup of pistachios contains 60% of your daily-required phosphorus. Phosphorus works to break down proteins into amino acids, which helps to improve glucose tolerance. Pistachios are known to improved digestion. They help with promoting the growth of probiotics in the digestive tract. They help with constipation. Pistachios are full of dietary fiber and nutrients. Our guts need the bacteria that pistachios provide to stay healthy. Pistachios are available in all different forms. However, raw, unsalted pistachios are the ones that are the most nutritional. They should be in their natural color without any added food dyes. It is recommended to buy nuts that are in their natural form because they will be the least processed. Pistachios should be stored in airtight container. If this container is stored in a cool, dry place, the pistachios will be enjoyable for many months!
Pistachios are great for your skin. Vitamin E is present in pistachios. Vitamin E is great for protecting the skin from aging. Vitamin E also can help protect skin from UV rays, which will make sure that your skin isn’t damaged in the sun. Raw pistachios can also benefit dry skin. The fatty acids in pistachios help to give your skin a glowing complexion. Pistachio oil is also great for the skin! Pistachio oil is used as a moisturizer to relieve dry skin. It is often found in massage and aromatherapy oils! Consider adding a handful of these healthy nuts into your diet! Throw some in a green salad! You could also use some pistachios to make a delicious trail mix. Add some pistachios, basil, and olive for a unique pesto sauce. Grind some pistachios up and add them into a smoothie. These nuts are great on their own too! However you serve them, pistachios are a great new addition to your diet.
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