100 Days to Health – Day 015 | Be Grateful

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100 Days to Health - Day 15 | Be Grateful

Week 3 –  Day 15 Week 3, Let’s get Grateful

Be Grateful

This week you will be focusing on counting your blessings and writing them down. You may be single, married, widowed, employed or unemployed, rich or poor but each of us has at least one thing to be grateful for.

I remember listening to Ron Heagy speak at a seminar, he rolled out onto the stage in a wheelchair, using his chin on the control-stick. At the age of 18 just before entering college on a football scholarship, Ron had been dumped by a wave on a beach in California and had broken his neck.

Ron, who has been paralysed from the neck down for over 20 years, opened his mouth and said, “I woke up this morning and was grateful I could breathe.” Most people would think he had nothing to live for yet here he was travelling around being an inspiration to many.

Each one of us has at least one person or thing we can be grateful for. This week write them down and keep your list somewhere safe. Read it when you need to.

Even the so called “bad things” are to be counted as blessings, as they either lead to better things, teach valuable lessons, or work together for our future good in some way or another. It is only when we look back that we can see how things actually improved from that point on. Be determined to learn from these episodes, to grow from them and be thankful.


“I will be thankful for everything.”


Perfect Health – Chapter 2 and Chapter 16
Herbal Fiber Blend Take 3 capsules with a glass of water in mornings

30 minutes later

Aimega - 3 capsules

BarleyLife - 1 capsule

BarleyLife and Aimega can be taken together


Write a “What I am Grateful for” list and keep it as a reminder. Start with your warm comfortable bed and the rest will come to you!


Condiments allowed

Canned and Packaged foods allowed

Try and use only packaged foods that contains ingredients that you understand and are comfortable ingesting.

Hot beverages – any allowed

Cold beverages allowed – anything except diet sodas


AVOID: Artificial Sweeteners


This is not a diet, it is a lifestyle. Know that a lifelong habit cannot be changed overnight. With each month that passes, strive to improve your overall diet.

This is not a give-up lifestyle, It is an “Add-To” lifestyle. Know that wrong cravings will eventually be fewer and farther apart. Cravings for good foods will increase with time. 
Eat as well as you can, for as long as you can. Do not feel guilty for not sticking to the lifestyle 100%. A reward system is often beneficial. Don’t be too stupid to get well.
Look back continually, to see how you have improved. Do not stock the fridge and pantry with “No-No’s”. Do not become a martyr or a fanatic. Never give advice if it not asked for. 
And be grateful!
Get the Basics in Place
A glass of water in place before you eat anything.

Raw vegetables before cooked.

Daily sunlight.

Exercise 6 days a week, even if it’s just 5 minutes.

Always give thanks for your food.


Follow these guidelines from day 16 until day 22:

If you haven’t ordered the AIM products or our Starter Pack, it’s not too late! If you want to jump-start your health order it and jump in starting with the amounts from the 1st week!

Wake up:  Drink a glass of filtered water with your Herbal FibreBlend.
Get moving for 10 minutes today.
Drink a glass of water and take 3 Aimega capsules. 
BarleyLife - 1 capsule
Breakfast: before 10am
Start with a minimum of one fruit portion. After the fruit you can eat anything. If you feel good on the fruit only, you add a small handful of raw nuts for variation. Almonds, Cashews, macadamia, Hazel and Brazil nuts are some of the raw nuts that are beneficial, and sunflower, pumpkin and pine kernels are some of the seeds that like nuts are an excellent source of protein and beneficial to your health.
Mid-morning: before 12am
Drink a glass of water; you can eat or drink anything after this.
Lunch: before 3pm
Start with any raw vegetable, make sure its a side plate full. Anything afterwards.
Mid-afternoon: before 5pm
Drink a glass of water. You can eat or drink anything afterwards.
Supper: before 8pm
Start with the usual raw vegetables or a crisp fresh salad. There is no restriction on how much raw food you eat. 
After 8pm
Only raw fruit and vegetables. 


Roasted Sweet Corn Salad

6 corn, cut off the cob

2 red bell peppers or tomatoes, diced

2 cups broccoli, finely chopped

2 spring onions, finely chopped

2 avocados, cubed (optional)

3 Tbsp extra virgin cold pressed olive oil

Juice of 1 lemon

Mary-Ann’s Organic Seasoning Salt to taste.

Gently combine all the ingredients in a large salad bowl and serve.

Marinated Pea Salad

2 cups of peas, fresh or frozen

2 red bell peppers, diced

2 cups white mushrooms, sliced

Combine with the following marinade dressing:

1/2 cup cold pressed olive oil

2 Tbsp tomato puree

Juice of 1 lemon

A handful of fresh herbs, basil or coriander/cilantro

Mary-Ann’s Organic Seasoning Salt to taste

1 tsp dried chilli flakes (optional)

Blend well and pour marinade over the salad ingredients. Allow salad to chill and marinade in the fridge for 20 minutes. 

Steamed Broccoli and Avocado Salad

2 cups broccoli, lightly steamed 

2 avocados, cubed

Juice of 1 lemon 

Mary-Ann’s Organic Seasoning Salt to taste

optional red bell pepper and mushrooms thinly sliced

Combine the ingredients in a salad bowl and drizzle some cold pressed olive oil over before serving.

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