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START YOUR PATH TO GOOD HEALTH

FITNESS IS A LIFE-STYLE NOT A HOBBY OR COMMODITY

  1. Must sleep 8 to 9 hours per night; and remember that 2:30 am to 4:00 am is the most important rest time in complete darkness (not even alarm light).  Sleep naked if possible with no heavy blankets or clothing.  The body must be kept cool for release of hormones and maintain sleeping patterns. The less sleep the greater the risk of illness such as heart attacks.
  2. Eat within 30 to 45 minutes of getting up from bed.  Your body will go into preservation mode if not fed; high insulin levels as result.
  3. Do not eat 1 to 1 ½ hour before bedtime.  It raises body temperature and prevents body to release hormones during rest time.
  4. Eat 5 meals per day about the size of your fist.  Smaller portions allow for better digestion and less fat deposits.  About 10 – 15 grams of protein in AM and 10 to 15 grams of protein during late afternoon.  Mostly Carbohydrates around NOON hour to avoid down time.  Eat every 2 to 3 hours during the day depending on metabolism.  Start your day with protein and fiber filled breakfast.
  5. Workout at least 3 times per week for 30 to 45 minutes.  Long intervals with short rest periods yields best results.  Female will start to burn fat while doing cardio exercise after 23 minutes.  If doing strength exercises, then do cardio first. The opposite goes for male.  Focus all movements around your core muscles (mid body), the rest will follow. Example, if doing Zumba, Kickboxing or Yoga, hold your  chest high and stomach a bit in and high as to move the limbs from the mid-section.
  6. Eliminate all white flour (white bread), wheat and the like.  This is a highly inflammatory food derivative.
  7. Eliminate all wheat products for 2 weeks then you may add small portions back into your diet. Combine these with non-inflammatory foods such as very and fruits or nuts. You may replace all wheat with rye bread, coconut flour and buckwheat.
  8. Eliminate all dairy products and soy products.  These are highly inflammatory foods which will make you feel bloated and fat all the time.  These will contribute in you holding on to undesirable body mass.  Soy product will raise your estrogen levels which make cause water and other lipids retention.  Man should definitely avoid soy products but both can consume fermented soy.
  9. Do not eat after 8:00pm.  Any snacks are best eaten 1 ½ to 2 hours before bed time.
  10. Include a glass of 8 oz. water at least every other hour, especially when waking up in am with lime juice as desired.
  11. Do not drink water or any other liquids while the duration of the first 20 minutes of your workout.  Allow the body to reach a catalytic state and a challenging heart rate
  12. Do not walk around with a bottle of water drinking from it every few minutes.  Over hydration could be just as bad as dehydration.  It will affect your brain nutrient composition.
  13. Include Himalayan salt in your diet for everything.  You can eat as much as you want without any consequences.  A tea spoon of Sole (dissolved Himalayan salt) first thing in the morning with a glass of water will alkaline your entire body for the day.
  14. Nutrients to add to your diet:
  • Multivitamins/multi-minerals,
  • Organic coconut oil – provides MCT (nutrient for the brain),
  • Iodine drops – for healthy thyroid which controls metabolism
  • Monk fruit sugar, agabe, coconut sugar for low glycemic levels avoid or heal diabetes and others.
  • Red whale Krill oil is the best source for high quality Omega-3
  • Dim (Di-Indolone methane) – supplement for balancing hormones
  • If over 30, consider SeroVital-hgh (do the research on line)
  • Gonko Bilova extract – for oxygen to the brain and slow down aging

About ALIANAN ARIZA HANSHI

Ariza Hanshi is currently a 9th dan red belt, founder and present CEO to the AJWBA – a global Not-For-Profit governing authority, whose prime objective is to uphold and propagate the highest integrity and truest form of Budo through the teachings of the essential arts, Kuki Ninja tradition and Yoshin Ryu Sogo-Bujutsu Samurai traditions in accordance with the documented history of their families and lineage. Soke to the Shodoshima Ryu Karate ALL ARE WELCOME REGARDLESS OF OTHER AFFILIATIONS - THIS IS AN ALLIANCE - WE WORK, GROW AND EVOLVE TOGETHER. Hanshi has written his doctorate dissertations and holds thesis for professorship in Asian philosophy and martial arts He is the Founder and head master to the Kuki Ryu Ninpo, Hanshi to Takagi Yoshin Ryu Samurai Ju-Taijutsu and Soke of the Shodoshima Ryu Karate tradition. These disciplines are taught worldwide at the Five Rings Centers International under the guidelines of the AJWBA. Hanshi is a Life-Coach, healer, historical researcher, philosopher, orator, writer and electrical engineer with over 42 years of experience. Additionally, Hanshi also holds Shihan, 7th-degree black belt in contemporary Shinobi-Jutsu, 7th Dan in Jujutsu, 7th Dan in Kobujutsu (Weaponry) from the late, Professor Ronald Duncan Sr. Masters in Asian philosophy, a 6th Dan in Ikeda Daito Aiki-jujutsu...HE TRAVELS THE WORLD HOLDING SEMINARS AND CLINICS.