Sedona, AZ, October 04, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- A recent CNN report revealed that both adults and children commonly have high levels of toxic chemicals in their bodies, some reporting as much as 40 to 80 different kinds of industrial waste products, all of which are ingested through eating and breathing.
As the year's end approaches, one should be reminded to keep working towards their 2011 New Year's Resolutions. For many, that usually includes something health related. Too often it's common to make and break our goals, so here's a little reminder that it's Not Too Late to make a huge difference before the year's end. And with the holidays approaching, people are Encouraged to over indulge. Akashic Magazine wants to help people stay Fit.
Akashic is an up and coming philosophical lifestyle publication. This full color glossy mag, which launches January 2012, is kicking into high gear with the 30 Day LOVE Challenge. It's all about loving the body by refusing to put known toxins into it, and instead opting for healthy choices.
Sure, many of attempt to eat well, but what is good for the body? These days, sifting thru labels on products can be a daunting tongue twister of compounded scientific phrases. It seems like everything is filled with some sort of chemical additive, and yet, society in general continues to opt for convenience and low prices.
This month Akashic Magazine challenges the world to break free by abstaining from any or all of the following ...
high fructose corn syrup
genetically modified products
antibiotic induced milk and meats
sugar and processed sugar substitutes
caffeine .. coffee, tea and sodas
liquor, wine and beer
nicotine... cigarettes, chew tobacco, hookah
From October 15 through November 15, participants are asked to abstain from one or all of the above, and replace these habits with organic fruits and veggies, fresh juices, long walks, lots of exercise--and safe sex.
People can sign up by contacting the firstname.lastname@example.org and report back with their successes or frustrations. The individual's results and story will be reported in the first news stand issue … but the grandest prize of all is good health.
Contact Brooke Kelley for more information at 504.432.6590 or online at email@example.com.