Tag Archives: stress management

Where Health and Leadership cross paths Part 2

Writer’s note: If this one sounds familiar, it is another post from my archive, but it is also a follow up from last week’s post on the relationship between detox and leadership. The article below was originally titled, “Courage in … Continue reading

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How is your sleep?

So How IS your sleep? I’ve recently forced myself to change my sleeping habits. Before I was busy taking care of my blogging efforts into the night, using my sleep resource as an account to overdraw for my unhealthy routine. … Continue reading

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Med toxicity level: Get help from Epocrates

You’ve heard how taking drugs can add to your daily toxicity, right? The questions are, “How much toxicity?” and “what are the known effects?” I found this helpful link from Gerald Roliz, CNC, in his book “The Pharmaceutical Myth”  (2013). … Continue reading

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Trouble complying with your plan?

What determines your successful compliance with a plan, whether it be a diet plan or otherwise, is your perceived benefit versus your perceived sacrifice. Do you understand the benefits? Do you believe the benefits outweigh (no pun intended) what you … Continue reading

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Ancient Fasting – Modern Issues

I was recently inspired to go back to the Old Testament to read what was written about healthy diets. This was prompted by my blogger-friend Erika Glenn when in her December 29th article “Promise Fast: Fasting For The Promises of … Continue reading

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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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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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