The Seven Secrets of Healthy Weight Loss for Women

Why are you looking to lose weight? Is it to improve your appearance, your health, or even both? If it is advice you are after then the good news is that there are a number of secrets that you can use that are aimed specifically at women to help you successfully lose weight and hopefully achieve your weight loss target.

Secret number ONE

As simple as it sounds you just need to eat healthily. Forget about all the faddy, hip diet plans that you see on the TV, in the news and on the internet the number one secret is simply just to eat healthy meals. I know it sound like common sense, but if you spend your day eating, french fries and burgers, you are going to put on weight no matter how much you exercise. I know there are a bewildering range of information on diets and exercise but by following the basics will help you start to achieve your weight loss targets

Secret number TWO

Is not just about exercise but to take part in regular exercise. This doesn’t necessarily mean having to join a gym or health club, it can simply mean taking the stairs instead of the lift or walk to the shops in stead of using the car, these are the simple steps you can take to start off your exercise program, doing this 3 to 4 times in a week can, after a few weeks give you the confidence to try some other form of exercise, maybe try swimming or an aerobics class, by introducing some form of exercise into your daily routine it becomes second nature and you will begin to feel better and healthier

If you remember to start things slowly and not do things to quickly then you can design an exercise plan than suits both you and your daily routine, if you are wondering where to start then there are plenty of health and fitness magazines that give good sound advice, Also searching the internet for health and diet plans can be a good start. Both of these secrets can start you on your journey to weight loss and a healthy lifestyle

Secret number THREE

Is portion control, especially when you go out for a nice dinner, Now I know you want to enjoy yourself and you don’t want to be thinking about the number of calories you are eating and you also don’t want to settle for one of the “healthy” options on the menu. The secret is you don’t have to, you simply have to think about the size of the portion you order. Now, these days most restaurants serve huge portions, and that’s where you can get yourself into trouble when eating out. The secret to eating out, without spoiling your day, is to have your waiter control the portion size for you. It’s becoming much more acceptable for diners to ask for a portion of their meal to be served, and the other half to be put into a doggy bag to take away.

The thing is, when you eat out, it’s easy to feel some guilt if you leave without cleaning your plate. You’re spending your hard-earned money on that food, and when you leave some food on your plate, your mind sees that as a waste of money. So if you have smaller portions you can eat everything on your plate and your subconscious mind feels really pleased.

These are the first three secrets to losing weight and living a healthy life, if you want to learn the other FOUR secrets then please go to www.myhealthywomen.com, and sign up for the free 7 day eCourse

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Health Tips for Pregnant Women

Pregnant women have special health and nutrition needs. They are eating for two people, for themselves and for the new baby that is growing inside their womb. So they want to be sure they are eating healthy foods. It is important for pregnant women to watch what they eat and drink. For example, doctors advise the strict avoidance of all alcoholic beverages during pregnancy.

It is also recommended to take a folic acid supplement. Folic acid is included in any good quality brand of prenatal vitamins, as are other important nutrients such as B vitamins, minerals like calcium, etc.

If you are trying to conceive, experiencing some symptoms of pregnancy, or are now pregnant, you will want to eat a balanced and healthy diet. Your body will experience many changes as the months go by. Be sure to get plenty of rest. Fatigue is a common complaint of pregnant women. Your body is going through a lot of stressful work to create a human life. You are doing something totally amazing. And you deserve a rest, don’t you think? Of course you do. So take plenty of breaks, sit down, even take a nap every day if you can.

You and your baby will need more calories during the pregnancy stages. Some doctors estimate that you will consume round 300 additional calories each day. Just make sure the added calories come from healthy foods, not junk food. It is normal to have some cravings, because you need extra nutrients, but these cravings can be lessened by taking prenatal vitamins. You body wants and needs added nutrition, to help your baby grow, so eat plenty of health foods such as yogurt, fruit, bran muffins, veggies, etc.

Stay away from cigarettes and from people who smoke them. Second hand smoke can be bad for you and for your developing baby. Also avoid chemicals of all kinds. Don’t use, inhale or be around any paint, harsh cleaning compounds, bug sprays and pesticides, weed killers, or any serious chemicals such as those.

Get some mild exercise every day. Going for a walk is the best form of exercise. This gets your blood flowing and increases oxygen levels in your body. Don’t do any sit ups or crunches or tummy exercises. And avoid doing any heavy lifting.

Talk to your nurse or doctor on a regular basis. Pregnant women are going through a special time in their lives and they have special needs, special eating habits, special vitamins, etc. Take extra special good care of yourself so you will have a healthy pregnancy and a healthy baby.

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Menopausal Years – The Wise Woman Way

Menopause, like puberty, is a period of transition and metamorphosis. It consists of three stages: isolation, melt down, and emergence. Each stage calls forth new energies and new perceptions of ourselves. Each stage has different demands, different tasks, and different needs.

Wise Woman ways, such as simple ceremony, compassionate self-care, and daily use of dooryard plants, can benefit women going through menopause tremendously. Please allow me to share with you some of my favorite herbs for easing hot flashes, sleeplessness, and other distresses of The Change. They’re easy to find; you may already know them as weeds! These plants, and their cautions and contraindications, are described in detail in my book NEW Menopausal Years, The Wise Woman Way. Please refer to it before you decide whether or not to use any of these green allies to aid you during your menopausal years.

Calcium intake during and after menopause must be high to maintain health. But calcium in pills can’t compare to calcium in plants when it comes to maintaining healthy, flexible bones. Bones are made of a dozen minerals besides calcium (potassium, manganese, magnesium, silica, iron, zinc, selenium, boron, phosphorus, sulphur, and chromium), all of which are found in rich supply in the roots and leaves of edible weeds and herbs. Eating weeds is my preferred way of preventing osteoporosis and ensuring freedom from heart disease, depression, headaches, leg cramps, and joint pain.

There are scores of calcium/mineral-rich plants to choose from, such as the aromatic leaves of sage, peppermint, lemon balm, bergamot, rosemary, and thyme; the cooked or fresh greens of lamb’s quarters, amaranth, dandelion, chicory, comfrey, stinging nettle, chickweed, parsley, watercress, kale, collards, and cabbage; the flowers of red clover; and the roots of yellow dock, dandelion, chicory, and burdock.

For maximum extraction of mineral richness, I cook with these herbs, drink them as infusions, and steep them in vinegar.

Seaweeds have incredibly generous amounts of calcium and minerals too. I make it a practice to eat seaweeds such as kelp, dulse, and nori daily, as condiments, and seaweed such as wakame, hijiki, arame, and kombu once a week, cooked with carrots or in a soup. I feed seaweed to my goats in the form of powdered kelp and to my plants in the form of a liquid emulsion. That’s why we all have shiny hair, sleek skin, bright eyes, and lots of energy.

Hormones are a hot topic for menopausal women. To help myself with hormonal surges and drops, I prefer to use tinctures of plants rich in plant hormones (phytosterols) rather than prescribed hormones (estrogen replacement or hormone replacement), which actually elevate the risk of heart disease and osteoporosis, contrary to advertising, and are linked to increases in breast and uterine cancers. Women whose blood is rich in plant hormones have the lowest rates of cancer in the world. Plants rich in phytosterols include roots of dong quai, ginseng, wild yam, black cohosh, black haw, dandelion; flowers of hops, yarrow, red clover; leaves of stinging nettle, sage; berries/seeds/hips of chaste tree/vitex, fenugreek, roses.

Favorite herbs for menopausal women include the following:

Oatstraw infusion (Avena sativa) strengthens the nerves, helps reduce emotional distress, promotes sound sleep, keeps the bones and heart strong, and strengthens libido. The tincture is a stronger sedative but not nourishing to the bones and heart. Oats for breakfast is an excellent way to “take” this herb, but avoid pills and capsules. Oatstraw baths are exceptionally calming.

Nettle infusion (Urtica dioica) strengthens the adrenals, eases anxiety, increases energy, helps prevent night sweats, builds blood, and protects bones and heart. Eating cooked nettle is another excellent way to gather its benefits, as is nettle vinegar. I avoid freeze-dried, encapsulated, or tinctured nettle, believing all these forms ineffective and over-priced.

Motherwort (Leonurus cardiaca) – tincture of the fresh flowering tops – is a favorite with menopausal women, their daughters and their mothers. A few drops (up to 25 at a time) will calm emotions, relieve heart palpitations (and strengthen the heart), reduce the severity of hot flashes, increase vaginal lubrication, moderate and eliminate PMS and menstrual cramping. Motherwort vinegar is a fantastic tonic, and tasty – thank goodness. The tea is violently bitter and disliked by 99 out of 100 women, including me – yuck!

Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale) – any part, in any form – is a superb strengthener for the liver, the control center for hot flashes. Dandelion improves digestion, especially of calcium, helps relieve headaches, and sees to it that the liver provides steady blood sugar supplies. Dandelion wine (from the blossoms) is the most elegant way to take this remedy, but the cooked leaves and vinegars (as well as the pickled parts) of the roots and/or leaves are also excellent nourishing digestives. The tincture, especially of the root, is considered the strongest medicine, but doesn’t contain bone-building nutrients, so is less ideal than the other forms.

Here are some startling facts about menopause:

  • The Grandmother Hypothesis maintains that “menopause, like a big brain and an upright posture, is one of the essential traits of the human which allowed us to colonize the world.”
  • Menopause is not a recent phenomenon, but an ancient women’s mystery, with special gifts for the woman who uses its energies wisely.
  • Estrogen is not one hormone, but many, and our bodies continue to make estrogens all of our lives. The adrenals, the fat tissues, and perhaps the uterus make estrogens.
  • The levels of hormones in a woman’s blood are never higher than when she is in menopause.
  • Herbal hormone (phytosterols or phytoestrogens) are usable by the body and, in contrast to prescribed hormones, protect against breast cancer.

Legal Disclaimer: This content is not intended to replace conventional medical treatment. Any suggestions made and all herbs listed are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, condition or symptom. Personal directions and use should be provided by a clinical herbalist or other qualified healthcare practitioner with a specific formula for you. All material contained herein is provided for general information purposes only and should not be considered medical advice or consultation. Contact a reputable healthcare practitioner if you are in need of medical care. Exercise self-empowerment by seeking a second opinion.

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The Fit Way to Woman’s Health

Traditionally fitness, muscle building and gym work outs have been seen as an all male activity. But lately the hype over a healthy lifestyle and fitness in the society today has led to females jumping in on the bandwagon as well. However it is important to note that men and women have different needs when it comes to fitness.

While most men tend to focus on muscle building when they hit the gym, women on the other hand concentrate more on weight loss. Most women fitness exercise focuses on the upper back and also the stomach muscles, especially those who have just given birth. It is important for women to work on toning their overall muscles and strength training.

Below are a few things that women can take into consideration when building muscle strength.

1. With a strong body, day to day activities will be easier. Be it chores, lifting children, going to the market or even doing the laundry. This will no doubt reduce possible straining of the muscles which could lead to unwanted injury.

2. Strength training can aid with losing fat. If done 2 to 3 times a week for the span of two months, you gain two pounds of muscles which would mean losing approximately 3.5 pounds of fat. More muscles mean less fat. Thus increasing your bodies metabolism to burn calories.

3. Fighting osteoporosis. Weight training increases spinal bone mineral density which aids against preventing osteoporosis.

4. Weight training also improves cardiovascular health. By keeping your heart active, it helps lower bad cholesterol and blood pressure. Not to mention, it also improves the glucose use in the body by 23 percent thus decreasing the risk of diabetes.

Many women associate weight or strength training to having big bulky muscles but rest assured that is not always the case. This could be the road to a much healthier you. Not only does it give you a healthier body, but it develops a healthier attitude in life. Women who engage in regular training are more confident and positive towards the things they do.

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Female Herbs For Sexual Health – Dong Quai – A Herb For Better Sexual Health and Wellness

Dong Quai is seen as the ultimate female herb for sexual health and overall wellness and has been taken for thousands of years. Here we will look at the numerous benefits the herb provides…

Nutritional components

The herb contains a number of nutrients and has high concentrations of, Vitamins A, B3, B12, B-complex, C, E, as well as the following minerals – Calcium, iron, zinc, sodium, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, silicon, tannins and resin.

For peak sexual wellness a women needs to have correct hormonal balance, strong blood circulation to the genital region. Mental stress, Fatigue and anxiety can all see sexual desire plunge.

In recent years the importance of Estrogen in women’s sex drive has been proven. Low estrogen levels are associated with lack of desire, arousal, and issues that may cause intercourse to be painful and levels need to be balanced.

Here are the major benefits that Dong Quai provides:

A Blood Tonic

The herb is often diagnosed as a blood tonic. It works by strengthening, stimulating and harmonizing the blood and helping it flow to all extremities of the body. Some symptoms that can be associated with blood deficiency are: Menstrual disorders, pains or discomfort in the abdomen, pallid skin, tinnitus, blurred vision, and palpitations. Strong healthy blood flow is a key to enhanced libido.

When we get aroused our heart beats faster and blood needs to be pumped to the genitals and Dong Quai assists in this.

Combating PMS and the Menopause

The herb contains zinc and calcium, which are often deficient in women suffering from PMS. It also helps to regulate hormonal balance. The herb helps reduce the symptoms of menopause and PMS, helps with menstrual cramps. It also balances estrogen activity within the body.

In conclusion, acts as a general tonic for the whole female reproductive system.

The Liver

The herb works to clear toxins from the liver, and promote healthy function within the organ.

The Muscles

Dong Quai has qualities which help restore and relax muscle and joints. It is anti-rheumatic. It can penetrate the tissue to reduce inflammation, remove toxins, ease aches and also stimulates circulation to prevent pressure in the area causing discomfort.

Nervous tension

The herbs nutrients of – magnesium, B12 and vitamin E, help to regulate the nervous system and ease pressures placed upon it. It acts to combat anxiety and stress and relax the body

Body Resistance

Dong Quai is renowned for fighting bacterial infection. It contains the trace element selenium and contains the natural antioxidant vitamin E, which enhances selenium absorption and both help the immune system fight infections and disease.

Digestion

The herb eases bloating, fights stomach cramps and calms the whole digestive tract.

Combine Dong Quai with Other Herbs

There is no such thing as one herb curing every ailment and while Dong Quai is a fantastic herb in terms of its impact on sex drive, it works even better when combined with some other herbs such as:

Horny Goat Weed

This herb plays a key role in increasing levels of Testosterone and nitric oxide. While testosterone is seen as a male hormone it is also important for women and sex drive plunges of levels are low. This herb tops it up naturally. Nitric oxide allows the muscles of the genitals to relax and take more blood in, which is a key to a satisfying orgasm. Finally the herb helps to fight stress and boost energy and mood.

Damiana

Damiana produces a feeling of sexual expectation and mild euphoria which relaxes the body, reduces stress and anxiety. The herb also relieves depression, lifts mood as well balancing female hormone levels and controlling hot flushes.

Get Them ALL in the Best Herbal Sex Pills

Dong Quai can be found in all the best herbal sex pills and when combined with other herbs, you have a powerful boost to wellness and sexual health at the same time, to get more from sex and more from life.

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Men’s Health Issues

Men’s health concerns seem to have faded away as women’s health issues have come to the forefront of media and medical attention. Most men take their men’s health concerns seriously only when they become too ill to work or in too much pain to ignore a problem any longer.

The health of men and potential problems are numerous and just as serious as many women’s health problems and require yearly doctor checkups as well. Mens health concerns are often overlooked and some are discovered too late to provide assistance or care for and it simply does not have to be that way.

Men and women’s health concerns share a top contender for the cause of death for both men and women and is heart disease. If a man or even a woman changes their lifestyle and makes the necessary visits to their physician, heart disease can be detected and even prevented.

Health can improve with lifestyle changes including eliminating smoking and alcohol from daily life, regular exercise and eating a healthier, balanced diet. Statistics state that approximately 350,000 men die every year in the United States from heart disease and it can be avoided.

Cancer affects a mans health and claim almost two hundred thousand lives every year from lung cancer, prostate cancer and colon cancer. Again, men’s health and lifestyle changes as well as more frequent visits to the doctor can prevent or treat these life-threatening conditions along with the introduction of supplements or herbs like Saw Palmetto for the prostate. The reduction of fat and eliminating smoking and alcohol consumption as well as increasing the consumption of fruits and vegetables into a daily diet can help prevent or maintain health during the treatment of these kinds of men’s health issues. Another cancer that can present a challenge and isn’t often heard of is testicular cancer.

A male health concern that isn’t spoken of very often is that men are prone to become affected by both anger management issues and depression. Men are far more likely than women to commit suicide and early recognition and treatment can be effective and improve a man’s quality of life. Men’s health issues also include diabetes, obesity, fatigue and frequent urination.

As men it’s critical to stay as healthy as possible. One of the best ways of doing this is to eat a healthy diet and do regular exercise. However, in today’s busy world this isn’t always that easy so it’s best to find a workout routine that fits around your work schedule.

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What You Should Know About Planned Parenthood

For over ninety years, Planned Parenthood (PP) has supported specific healthcare and preventive care services for women. The organization offers reproductive healthcare information and healthcare services, information for young people, men and women worldwide as well as sex education. This system helps people make responsible decisions about health, family planning and sex.

There are currently 83 locally governed affiliates of Planned Parenthood across the United States, operating nearly 800 health centers targeting the various needs in the communities they serve. The focus falls mainly on preventive primary care that reduces the number of unwanted pregnancies and the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. Testing, treatment, planning and screening for various types of cancer are also available.

This system is also powers the reproductive health and rights movement. They advocate for policies that allow Americans to get access to sexual healthcare and reliable information. There is current support for the introduction of free birth control in health insurance policies, according to the federal legislation act that will kick in from August 2012. Four million activists, donors and supporters nationwide get involved in PP campaigns to protect women’s rights and health.

The Planned Parenthood Federation of America also includes an Action Fund that engages in educational and electoral activity. As part of the Fund’s activity we ought to mention legislative advocacy efforts as well as public education campaigns. The Planned Parenthood is an independent and not-for-profit organization even if it functions as a political branch for the Planned Parenthood Federation.

Planned Parenthood is affiliated with numerous women’s groups and family planning institutions and independent providers in developing countries. Poverty, the absence of basic services, war and oppressive politics block individuals’ access to essential sexual and reproductive healthcare information. Planned Parenthood has solid collaborations with organizations in Asia, Latin America or Africa to support education and healthcare.

This kind of contribution indirectly generates improvement in local communities worldwide, both in terms of health and social education programs. Fighting for more rights and access to basic healthcare represents an important part of the activity that Planned Parenthood takes part to in less privileged parts of the world.

Hopefully, things will gradually improve worldwide, for women’s health and sexual education. And the benefits deriving from such improvements touch on the well being of entire communities. Reliable reproductive information leads not only to a control of unwanted pregnancies and abortions, but it also to helps reduce the spread of sexually transmitted diseases that plague modern mankind.

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Top 5 Healthy Food Guidelines For Pregnant Women

Eating well during pregnancy is important because it impacts the health of the mother and the child. The baby needs an adequate supply of nutrients to develop properly. Not only this, an expectant woman’s body needs energy to cope with the pregnancy symptoms. Thus, the meals should consist of a variety of foods loaded with proteins as well as foods containing starch.

1. Adopt a Balanced Diet

With a few exceptions, you can continue to eat normal during pregnancy. Your diet should include vegetables, fruits, whole grains, dairy products and lean meats in a balanced proportion. Women are worried about gaining pounds during pregnancy. Therefore, they do not eat fats. One can eat fats in a limited amount. Constipation is a common problem in pregnancy. Increasing the intake of fiber can relieve the problem of constipation.

2. Eat Frequent Meals and Treats

A healthy eating plan should consist of frequent meals and treats. It could be a handful of nuts, a slice of fruit or a glass of freshly made juice. In the earlier stages, women suffer morning sickness and as they enter the third trimester, they are suffer acidity and heartburn. The best solution is to eat small, frequent meals. Smaller meals are easier to digest and can be great for women suffering morning sickness and acidity. It ensures that the stomach stays full. It also keeps a tab on the number of calories you consume helping you maintain healthy weight. Other snacks you can eat are humus with breads, low-fat yogurt, salads, raisins, ham and child carrots.

3. Avoid Certain Foods

Your body is more vulnerable to food-borne illnesses during pregnancy. Consuming wrong foods can cause severe health problems from indigestion to miscarriage. It is advisable for pregnant females to avoid sushi, raw eggs, Tilefish and swordfish. Give up tobacco, alcohol and coffee. Try to avoid soft cheese unless it is made of unpasteurized milk. Skip the hot dogs and deli meats for a while.

4. Get more Iron and Folic Acid

Iron and folic acid are among the most essential nutrients when carrying. Doctors usually prescribe vitamin supplements to make up for vitamin deficiencies, but it is always a better option to obtain nutrients and vitamins in their natural form. Dietary iron prevents anemia in pregnant women. Leafy greens, lean meats, peaches, kidney beans, raisins and apples are good dietary sources of iron.

As far as folic acid is concerned, it prevents birth defects in the developing fetus. Foods rich in Folate include mustard greens, avocado, oranges, strawberries, kidney beans, black-eyed peas, collard greens, spinach and broccoli. A lot of cereals are fortified with folic acid and safe for consumption during pregnancy.

5. Drink plenty of water

In addition to eating a healthy and balanced diet, you should drink plenty of water. Fluids help flush out toxins. Additionally, it prevents dehydration. It keeps the skin looking fresh and supple and keeps problems such as dry skin at bay.

The food you eat is your baby’s main source of nutrition. So, pay attention to everything you put into your mouth.

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The Health Benefits of Tang Kuei for Both Men and Women

Tang Kuei, also known as Dong Quai, originally hails from traditional Chinese herbal medicine. It consists of the dried, powdered root of this herb and is now commonly available in the western world in capsule form. It can also be taken as an herbal tea. It is most commonly known as a woman’s herb as it is commonly used by women experiencing menopause as a hormonal regulator. But its health benefits go way beyond this single use and extend to both sexes.

Tang Kuei is, of course, primarily used by women in matters relating to hormonal balance. It is rich in phytoestrogens, botanical substances that mimic the action of estrogen. It has the ability to balance female hormone levels, reducing the levels if they are too high and increasing them if they are too low. It is used during the menstrual cycle as well as during menopause and perimenopause. It can therefore be of assistance with such symptoms as hot flushes, mood swings and headaches.

It is also an excellent blood tonic. This is attributed to its specific vitamin and mineral composition which includes vitamin B12, Folic Acid, Biotin, Nicotinic Acid and Cobalt. The Cobalt helps increase the haemoglobin content of the blood which assists in the transportation of oxygen to the cells and with the removal of carbon dioxide. Chinese women claim that it helps them maintain their youthful beauty. Perhaps this is attributable to its action in the blood, which in turn keeps the skin cells healthy. Additionally, because of its ability to improve circulation it is good to use when recovering from illness or injury.

Tang Kuei is also beneficial for both male and female fertility. Female fertility is aided by the balance of estrogen and the normalisation of the ovulation cycle. The antioxidants in this plant have also been shown to improve sperm quality. This herb has also been used as a nerve tonic, helping to reduce anxiety as well as have an overall calming effect on the nervous system. As such it can be useful as a sleep aid.

Another claim is that Tang Kuei can help with the production of white blood cells due to its level of phytochemicals. This can assist with the treatment of inflammation and therefore inflammatory diseases. This herb should not be taken by pregnant or breastfeeding women, or women suffering from breast cancer, or those suffering from gastrointestinal problems.

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Health Tips For Men and Women

Here are some health tips you might find useful. I myself have survived a serious health problem and not just survived it but emerged from it at the age of 58 in the best health I have ever enjoyed.

DAILY EXERCISE:

Lots of walking/running/cycling. Bodies like to be worked so work yours. Just bear in mind a gradient approach and don’t over-tax it.

STRESS:

Human beings are tough creatures so I’m not over-keen to play the “stress” card. A busy, active, responsible life with a few thrills and spills is recommended. But get sufficient rest and sleep and give yourself some down time. Take a walk and get yourself some space. As well as ensuring you get sufficient rest, get sufficient WHOLESOME food food and liquids. These common-sense measures can go a long way to preventing high cholesterol and blood pressure weight gain, insomnia, headaches, acne, and even hair loss. The body will work fine until its is impeded from so doing: so much of what ails us comes about because, quite simply, we poison or damage ourselves

QUIT CAFFEINE AND TOBACCO:

This maybe easier said than done but the health benefits if you can pull it off are tremendous. Believe me, I’ve been there! And if I can kick these habits so, my friend, can you!

AVOID DRUGS AND ALCOHOL

These are poisons. The pharmaceutical industry works hard to convince us to drug ourselves on every pretext – and the drugs touted are very often catastrophic to health. In a great many instances good nutrition is a better solution or indeed prevention and as a technology nutrition has left the pharmaceutical approach back in the stone age.

Drug companies however cannot make money out of getting us to eat properly or take vitamins. Indeed they cannot make money out of our being well.

GET REGULAR CHECKUPS:

I recommend two things: a standard blood test by which you can monitor cholesterol levels and so forth and periodic visits to a kinesiologist.

Kinesiology is a highly advanced piece of technology and in the hands of an expert practitioner it is a wonderful and very accurate diagnostic tool.

With it one can establish whether any organs are not working properly and not only establish the specific herbal/nutritional remedy that will resolve the matter but the amounts of that remedy one needs to take. My kinesiologist has been able to detect and resolve issues early before they became life-threatening that mainstream medicine never would have been able to detect.

I have been greatly impressed and helped by Kinesiology and highly recommend it.

SUPER FOOD

They are calling it a super food and a “nutrient power house.” In my view this natural, organic whole food deserves such accolades. It nourishes at a deep cellular level. Since I have been using it I have enjoyed a remarkable resurgence of my vitality and overall wellness. Throughout my body everything simply started working properly. I have been so impressed by this fantastic product that I am about to publish a free book that will tell you all about it:: what it is, what it does and why its results are so miraculous. I am giving it away to anyone who wants a copy. Including YOU, dear reader.

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