4 Raw Vegan Dressings!
The Problem of Parabens
Women Who Light the Dark
Health Risks of Using Cell Phones
While cell phones are very useful in today's society, the negative or flip side of cell phones poses a very serious health risk.
Introduction to Bach Flowers
Stealing From The Homeless
How to be a Healthy Vegetarian for Beginners
There Are NO Accidents!
Many spiritual leaders today espouse that there are no accidents. Yet if that is true, why do people loosely use the word "accident" all the time?
Raw Chocolate-Raspberry Brownie Bars
The layers of this recipe work so well together, the raspberry layer is soft and sweet and the chocolate layer will leave you wanting more.
5 Yoga Practices That Beat Stress
When we are faced with a deep stretch or strength-building posture, our bodies feel challenged and our minds may begin to protest.
Robyn O'Brien at TEDxAustin
Am I Capable of More?
So many of my patients struggle with cravings, weight issues, and late night snack binges. Knowing that certain chemicals in foods, called exorphins, can act as addictive drugs may help to develop strategies to improve health.
You need to know a little bit about exorphins because the makers of processed food, Big Food, know all about these chemicals. In fact, they manipulate ingredients to stimulate our appetites and initiate an addictive cycle of overeating and subsequent disease states.
Knowing about these foods can help you control overeating. (And to learn more about how Big Food gets you hooked on junk foods, check out The End of Overeating by former commissioner of the FDA Dr. David Kessler and Salt, Sugar, Fat byjournalist Michael Moss.)
Is there anything to help a person with what doctors say is Multiple Sclerosis, lesion in spine and brain in MRI test and balance is off?
First, perform the Full Body Detox for 3-weeks.
Add OXY-DROPS (20-30 drops) to every glass of water you drink from now on.
Change your diet greatly. Less or no meat, dairy, refined grained and starches, sugar, etc.
Start performing deep breathing exercises too!
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