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Certified Feng Shui Expert Laura Cerrano provides weekly Feng Shui Tips and insights, paired with the latest scientific studies, discussions about additional supportive healing modalities and healthier lifestyle choices for the body, mind and spirit.

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6 Feng Shui Tips to Help Improve The Overall Energy Flow of Your Kitchen (no matter how big or small)

Laura Cerrano

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I was invited back to mydomain.com to provide Feng Shui Tips on how to enhance the overall energy flow of your kitchen. The tips are practical and easy to follow. It just requires an adjustment of habit with self and awareness to your surroundings. Topics covered; the importance of your stove, colors, lighting and more! If you have follow up questions, feel free to ask.

To read the article click on: 6 Best Feng Shui Kitchen Tips


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Feng Shui expert with 21+ years of experience. She provides bicoastal consultations and workshops for residential, real estate developments, Fortune 500 companies, and healing facilities. She is currently conducting research for her upcoming book that focuses on bridging the gap between the ancient wisdom of Feng Shui and modern day science to establish the practice of Feng Shui as a credible form of health care.

99 Reasons To Declutter: # 5 Keep Your Kitchen Clean To Lose Weight

Laura Cerrano

One of the principles in Feng Shui when addressing your kitchen is to keep the sink, counter space, inside the fridge, pantry closet and cabinets clear of clutter. Really, it's ideal to have the entire space in ship-shape.

In Feng Shui terms, this lifestyle habit and practice of well-being creates a better flow of energy movement, while also calming unhealthy urges and a busy mind that could lead to stress. We are all becoming more aware in how stress could impact our lives. Symptoms could include low energy, insomnia, over eating, head aches, feeling depressed and a low immunity system which could lead to grander scales of problems.

So, could keeping your kitchen clean really be beneficial?
— Question from the skeptic

You bet!

Science is catching up to prove the benefits of living a Feng Shui lifestyle.  

A study was conducted in Health Education and Behavior, from the Cornell Food and Brand Lab. Researchers took photos of 200 house kitchens and weighed the women living in them. They found that women in homes with an abundance excess items displayed in the kitchen (including food projects) weighed 20lbs more then those with clean kitchens (hardly anything stored out in the open). 

Another recommendation from the Cornell Food and Brand Lab study is to add a bowl of fruit to encourage healthy eating.

 

The principles of Feng Shui has been saying this for over 4,000 years.

Respect your home, which also reflects the level of respect toward yourself and choosing to live a healthy lifestyle inside and out.