Monthly Archives: December 2013

Bowel Gas and Carcinogenesis

Have you ever wondered how much damage you would do to yourself having to regularly hold your gas in? Then for your benefit, we return again this week to Michael Weiner, a nutritionist and doctor of ethno-medicine, whose book “The … Continue reading

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3-Day cleanse using all food

As you approach a Christmas celebration and the potential for ending a long season of overindulgence, you might consider the need for a body cleanse. On the other hand, maybe you are suffering from insomnia, fatigue, poor digestion, headaches, poor … Continue reading

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Non-Organic & toxic: “I don’t want [industry people] gambling with my kids”

Studies Involving Toxic Exposure from Non-Organic Foods Earlier this year, I wrote about a study which compared the nutritional value of organic versus non-organic foods (go to this link to see the previous post). The study out of Stanford University … Continue reading

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Laugh Long and Often to Boost Your Immune System

We really do need to laugh more often. Whether it is to keep us healthy or to establish an inviting atmosphere at home or at the office, taking lighthearted approach can reap great benefits. From How to Treat and Prevent … Continue reading

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Lower back self-therapy

One of my favorite exercises is a hanging leg lift/knee raise off a pull-up bar. This exercise offers several benefits: 1) Strengthen core, firming and defining abdominals, provide support for spine. 2) Opens the back, especially the lower back which … Continue reading

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