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Being in balance with the season.

In the wintertime it is definitely not the time to go through the burn, it's definitely not the time to push yourself. It is time to be conservative, to enjoy, to take care of yourself.

Like the weather, you are closing down a little bit and you are looking more to yourself, the time to keep warm, to eat healthy food, soups, casseroles, keeping that nourishing inside of

you.

Particularly in the winter, you need to keep yourself hydrated, there is a dryness in the air.

You need to eat food that keeps you hydrated. Not drink cold drinks, eat more root vegetables, squash, carrots, potatoes, parsnips, pumpkins, morrow, porridge.

This is the time of the year when you perhaps spend more time in the kitchen and you can overdo it, so just be appropriate, is about being balanced in harmony, being mindful working with the season.

So, listen to your body. Your body is always talking to you.

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Happy New Year 2020!

Love & Qi!!!,

Shifu Orlando Schiaffino, Simo Ana & Little Dragon Salvatore.

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