Follow Your Healthy Instincts

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I’m writing this on Mother’s Day – a western tradition where we take a day to reflect on our moms. One thing that stands out when I think of “mothers” is instinct. All mothers have a natural instinct that is built into our DNA to protect our offspring – this applies to everything. Consider a mother duck […]

The #1 Thing I Do To Stay Healthy

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I have been in the health and wellness business for decades. Actually, I’d say that I was born holistic. As a young kid, I’d never let my mom know if I didn’t feel well; I’d just let my body deal with it on its own. I still do. I rarely get sick, though. My mom […]

The Best Foods To Eat When Detoxing [VIDEO]

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Out with the bad and in with the good. That’s my philosophy when detoxing.  When you detox, you are removing toxins from your body – that’s the goal. Your body won’t use toxins for food or fuel, and hence, toxins will remain undigested. They then circulate through your bloodstream and deposit in your tissues and organs, […]

Trace Minerals – A Powerful and Stealth Detoxing Tool

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Do you take a trace mineral complex? If not, you should because trace minerals are a very powerful detoxing agent – especially for detoxing from radiation. I recommend adding a trace mineral supplement to your vitamin protocol at least 4 times a week. You can get your daily trace minerals by eating a diet rich in these minerals, and by […]

How Food Makes You Feel Good

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Does the food you eat make you feel good or bad? Admit it; you over-eat from time to time, and you’ll get up from the table stuffed and feeling sick and sleepy. Spin this and look at your every meal in the opposite way. The types of food that you eat determine how you feel. So, be picky when you scoot your […]

Do Some Prevention Before You Fill That Prescription

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Modern meds. Are they over-used? Over-prescribed? Over-abused? Most of us realize that medications are not what they used to be. Be cautious and do your homework when your doc pulls out his pen and med-pad. Do some prevention before you fill that prescription. Antibiotics When antibiotics came onto the scene, they were miracle drugs – really. […]

Restoring Your Health Freedom

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Greatness comes from freedom, and the freedom to choose what YOU need for your health is one of the grandest freedoms you have. Everything on Earth is made by the Earth to support life. All life-supporting resources naturally grow and recycle to keep every living thing strong and healthy;  the Earth naturally balances the pH; it naturally cleanses the environment to prevent […]

Be Prepared – Flu Season Is Right Around The Corner

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Have you ever wondered why there is a “flu season?“ Why doesn’t the flu virus spread during Spring or Summer instead of the Autumn and Winter months? I read a very interesting research study from MIT that showed why the flu virus is contagious. This sort of answered my question. While examining the H1N1 flu strain, the […]

Eat In Halves And Lose Weight

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Most people I know are watching their weight – no matter if they need to or not. The weight loss trend is a multi-billion dollar industry – from diet sodas to personal trainers to lap-band surgery and tummy tucks. But, did you know that weight loss can be as easy as eating the right type of foods, and here’s the key […]

Keep It Real – Buy Local

A little boy has an outdoor homemade lemonade stand with a sign and he looks happy for a small business or money concept.

Do you remember selling home-made lemonade as a kid? While your mom or dad helped you make a pitcher of fresh-squeezed lemons sweetened with sugar, your “business partner” was setting up a rickety folding table in the front yard, and making signs. I wonder how many of these kids (including you and me) wound up […]