Aug 092016
 
How To Incorporate Self-Care Into A Busy Schedule

Photo via Pixabay by Jeviniya Self-care is extremely important for our minds, bodies, and emotional well-being. But what do you do when your schedule seems too busy to incorporate time for yourself? Many people ask themselves that same question every day, and the answer is, you have to do what works for you. There are […]

Dec 082015
 
Miraculous Mineral For Peaceful Mind And Healthy Body

Magnesium is an undervalued mineral which could dramatically improve the way you feel. Few people know the importance of Magnesium. Some may have heard of its safety and effectiveness in lowering blood pressure. However that’s only a fraction of Magnesium’s healing powers. Benefits of Magnesium Magnesium is a building block of teeth, bones and muscles. […]

Sep 022015
 
How To Prevent Most Dreaded Diseases

Most of the diseases we all fear, diseases that decimate us, start with a chronic inflammation. When the inflammation goes on unnoticed and uncontrolled – as it’s often the case – it begets heart disease, cancer or Alzheimer’s disease, to name some of the leading killers. There isn’t any one foolproof cure that can unequivocally […]

Dec 252014
 
Sugar and Flour Alert

Prohibition was the time when the government controlled (actually blocked!) consumers’ access to a substance (in this case, alcohol) known to be – when used in excess – destructive to human health and society. We all know what happened next, the mafia with Al Capone at the helm took control over the market of illegally […]

Dec 252014
 
One Secret To A Healthy Life

As a wellness coach, I look at health from a holistic perspective. Our Western medicine divides the human body into many sub-systems as evidenced by the existence of medical specialties. We go to a general practitioner to complain about an issue, if it’s difficult to define, we’re told “it’s nothing to worry about”; if it […]

Dec 222014
 
Eating Habits and Disease

If you REALLY think about it, there is an obvious correlation between eating habits and disease. If you exclude consequences of lifestyle choices (I’m referring to smoking, alcohol consumption, drug use, etc.) and contagious diseases, most of the remaining ones are related to eating habits. Consider such common maladies as GERD, allergies, diabetes, high blood […]

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