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Month: October 2014

10 Ways To Restore Energy When You're Exhausted Or Burned Out

10 Ways To Restore Energy When You're Exhausted Or Burned Out

BY MARISSA HÅKANSSON      APRIL 5, 2013 You have the power to cultivate energy within your body in any moment. Even when you’re exhausted, burned out and feel like you’ve got nothing left to give, your body can guide you to a space of greater vitality, inner strength and wellbeing. Here are some strategies that I’ve used in my own life to do just that: 1. Rest when your body says rest. It’s important to follow your body’s cues…

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Dangers of A1 Beta Casein

Dangers of A1 Beta Casein

Sunday, August 21, 2011        Dr. David Jockers (NaturalNews) Dairy products are one of the most common foods consumed around the world. Some cultures survive on diets consisting of up to 80% raw cow, goat, &/or sheep milk. In the western world, however, dairy has become one of the most inflammatory foods. A recent discovery shows that a genetic shift in the casein molecule has produced a powerful toxin linked to numerous disorders and diseases. Milk contains two…

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7 Ways Probiotics DETOXIFY Your Body

7 Ways Probiotics DETOXIFY Your Body

By Sayer Ji        Contributing Writer for Wake Up World You’ve probably heard the buzz already about the many health benefits of probiotics, a word which literally translates to: pro- “for” + biotics “life” — FOR LIFE.  But did you know that these remarkable commensal microorganisms, which outnumber our bodily cells 10 to 1, and contribute over 95% of our body’s total genetic information, also break down highly toxic manmade chemicals which your body is either incapable, or…

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8 Ways to Put Yourself on Your Priority List

8 Ways to Put Yourself on Your Priority List

Finding Time for ”Me” Time By Ellen G. Goldman, Health and Wellness Coach How often have you found yourself thinking or saying the following? “I wish I had more time for myself.” “I’m so busy! I don’t have a moment to breathe.” “I need more hours in the day.” “I don’t have time for that.” We lead crazy, busy lives. And the one thing we never seem to have time for is ourselves. This problem seems even more pervasive as…

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What Everyone Should Know About Inflammation: A Cardiologist Explains

What Everyone Should Know About Inflammation: A Cardiologist Explains

BY DR. JOEL KAHN    JULY 8, 2013  Regular readers of MindBodyGreen are aware that a process in our bodies called inflammation is involved in many aspects of human health and disease. For example, you may have read that a breakfast of Egg McMuffins, sleep apnea, obesity and ultra-exercise are inflammatory, while turmeric, meditation and the Mediterranean diet are anti-inflammatory, and so on. Lost in the search for vitality and longevity is an understanding of what inflammation is and what…

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Being The Best Version of Yourself

Being The Best Version of Yourself

The greatest achievement in life is simple – Just be the best ‘you’ that is possible. Easy, right? Obviously not, otherwise we would all be performing at our peak potential at all times without ever letting our guard down. Doesn’t happen, right? But this is honestly the greatest honour we can give to ourselves, to our creator and to those we love and respect – to simply live the best life we possibly can by being the best version of…

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4 Habits That May Be Making You Unhappy

4 Habits That May Be Making You Unhappy

BY TINA WILLIAMSON    JANUARY 3, 2014  We develop habits in our younger years. When actions results in favorable, outcomes we will repeat that behavior; through frequent repetition and reinforcement, we will become conditioned, like Pavlov’s dogs. Whether habits are good or bad is a matter of opinion, but there are definitely patterns that are proven to provide more health, happiness and prosperity. Many habits we mistakenly think are making us happy are in fact causing our demise. Let’s start…

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Use Chia Seeds With Caution, Researcher Warns

Use Chia Seeds With Caution, Researcher Warns

Never eat them dry, especially if you have swallowing problems, expert says WebMD News from HealthDay    By Mary Elizabeth Dallas     HealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, Oct. 21, 2014 (HealthDay News) – Despite potential health benefits, chia seeds may pose a risk if they are not consumed properly, according to new research. The tiny, oval seeds – a rich source of fiber, protein and heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids — should not be eaten in their dry, raw form, experts cautioned. This…

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35 Ways To Radiate Positive Energy

35 Ways To Radiate Positive Energy

BY DR. DANIELLE DOWLING     APRIL 20, 2014  Life, as you know, is incredibly busy these days. Return emails, do laundry, pay bills, make dinner, buy an anniversary gift, call your mother and go to the gym. And then lather, rinse and repeat tomorrow. It’s easy to get so caught up in the day-to-day that we forget to think of others. Small gestures of kindness can make someone else’s entire day, make you feel good, and spread love near…

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14 Great Sources Of Clean Protein

14 Great Sources Of Clean Protein

BY NADYA ANDREEVA     DECEMBER 21, 2013  Clean protein is harder to come by than you might think. Pesticides, heavy metals, and antibiotics are abundant in almost all factory-produced nonorganic meat, poultry, fish, dairy, and eggs. Fast food joints pump almost all of their items with food flavorings and chemicals to increase shelf life. To avoid all the negative health effects, go for the following foods whenever possible. Make friends with farmers at the closest farmers’ market, read food…

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