Emotions and Healing- from the July 2009 Woman to Woman Newsletter
We often tell ourselves that our negative feelings aren’t productive, so why dwell on them?
Emotions, health and stress
Release negative patterns — heal yourself emotionally and physically
The power of the emotional brain
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How to Make Lycopene Fight Prostate Problems Even Better, from Second Opinion Newsletter 11 y
By itself, lycopene can reduce PSA scores in men with BPH. But if you eat lots of onions and garlic along with the lycopene, you'll dramatically lower your risk of developing BPH in the first place.
How to make lycopene fight prostate problems even better
One of the biggest issues I deal with among men is prostate problems. Whether it's benign enlargement (BPH) or cancer, every male pat... read more
Spring Cleansing, from Brenda Watson Newsletter 11 y
Adopting a detox-friendly lifestyle can make all the difference when it comes to looking and feeling your best every day, and it includes choosing the right internal cleansing formula that best suits your individual needs.
The Mind Heart Connection, from ProHealth Newsletter 11 y
Messages sent from your brain, either hormonally or through nerve impulses, can tell the muscular tissue of your circulatory system to either relax or contract. With this communication network you can literally train your circulatory system to tense or relax.
How your brain, muscles, heart, and circulatory system communicate in dealing with stress - and why techniques for creating a 'relaxation response' are the cornerstone of mind/body medicine in hear... read more
Your Immune System and How it Works, by William Collinge, PhD, MPh, from ProHealth Newsletter 11 y
The immune system cannot be considered in isolation. In fact, it can be thought of as part of a larger system which could be called the healing system. This larger system also includes the mind and attitudes, the brain, the nervous system, and the endocrine system.
“The immune system cannot be considered in isolation. In fact, it can be thought of as part of a larger system which could be called the healing system. This larger system also includes... read more
Antiaging Inside and Out, from Valerie Saxion Newsletter 11 y
PS improves Attention Span as well as concentration and research shows it alleviate Depression - especially in the elderly. Phosphatidylserine helps to stabilize Brain Wave patterns in Epilepsy patients and Brain's utilization and metabolism of Glucose.
Anti Aging inside and out.
Everything from hair loss to memory loss it works.
"Call things that are not as though they were" Deny & Defy Age & get o... read more
How to Recognize and Treat 7 Different Bug Bites
by www.SixWise.com 11 y
An excellent, natural remedy to treat insect bites of all types is a simple paste made from baking soda and water. It's safe for everyone, including children.
How to Recognize and Treat 7 Different Bug Bites
Summer is just around the corner, and with all of the backyard BBQs, picnics and outdoor fe... read more
15 Tips to Fall Asleep More Quickly by www.SixWise.com 11 y
Grab a snack. Eating a heavy meal right before bed can keep you awake, but so can feeling hungry. A light snack, such as peanut butter on whole-grain crackers, can help you to get a good night's sleep.
15 Tips to Fall Asleep More Quickly
Most Americans sleep just six hours and 40 minutes a night, according to the National Sleep Foundation's (NSF) 2008 Sleep in ... read more
Allergies, Alzheimer's, Diabetes, Cholesterol,Asthma,Heart Disease,Cancer,Blood Pressure,Valerie Saxion Newsletter 11 y
Well as they say, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure! First, lets talk diet - what is on the fork that may be hurting or helping us?
Diabetes... In 3rd world countries they call type 2 diabetes the prosperity disease! Why? Because the victims of this disease can literally be inviting this opportunistic disease into the... read more
Resveratrol in Grape Skins Could Stop [Diabetes] Complications Such as Heart Disease, Retinopathy, and Nephropathy
Resveratrol, found in grape skins, peanuts, and red wine, has been detected by researchers at the Peninsula Medical School as a compound that assists cells in preventing electron leaks.
Resveratrol in Grape Skins Could Stop [Diabetes] Complications Such as Heart Disease, Retinopathy, and N... read more
Natural Antibiotics, from Valerie Saxion Newsletter 11 y
Vitamin C (orally) helps to prevent further Herpes Simplex Virus outbreaks in people who have previously infected with this Virus and Vitamin C (solution applied topically at frequent intervals) alleviates the symptoms of existing Herpes Simplex lesions and accelerates the healing of Herpes Simplex lesions. Vitamin C helps to prevent Influenza and shortens the duration of symptoms in Influenza patients.
In a world of high tech drugs,
the common use and over use of anti-biotics is rampant. Antibiotic resistance is a phenomena whereby the capacity of various pathogens (detrimental... read more
Guided Imagery: What It Is and How It Is Being Used to Help People Heal by www.SixWise.com
And when your mind becomes calm and peaceful, it prompts very real physical changes in your body. This mind-body connection is now being used to help people heal, deal with pain and overcome illness.
Guided Imagery: What It Is and How It Is Being Used to Help People Heal
Guided imagery helps your mind escape to a pleasant, relaxing environ... read more
Cause of Degenerative Diseases, Excerpted from Natural Choice Healthcare 11 y
When the primary organs of elimination begin to function abnormally due to an over-accumulation of toxic byproducts, the body will attempt to use secondary routes of elimination to cleanse itself
What Is a Toxin? A toxin (anything which the body cannot use for cellular metabolism) can be generated in several different ways. First, in the process of normal cellular functioning, each cell pro... read more
"How to double niacin's ability to treat high cholesterol" from Second Opinion Newsletter 11 y
As good as niacin is, I've found that sometimes it doesn't increase good cholesterol enough. But many years ago, I found a way to greatly increase the effectiveness of niacin.
I've used niacin in my clinic for years to help my patients treat their high cholesterol. It's a fantastic nutrient that actually increases your HDL. The higher your HDL, the better your body d... read more
Seven Types of Tea -- Including Five That Most People Don't Know Of -- and Their Health Benefits by www.SixWise.com 11 y
Research has also suggested that drinking oolong tea after a high-cholesterol meal may reduce the uptake of fats into your bloodstream.
Seven Types of Tea -- Including Five That Most People Don't Know Of -- and Their Health Benefits
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Stress, from Valerie Saxion Newsletter 11 y
There have been many cases of the elderly being diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease whose problem were later found to be due to a deficiency of B-12 plus the B-complex.
The B-vitamins should always be taken together. Typically if you have a deficiency in one of the B's before long you will have a deficiency in one of the others.
Sixty percent of Americans say they're significantly stressed on a weekly basis. Nearly that same number are also significantly overweight. Ummmmm, that should ... read more
Indigestion, from Valerie Saxion Newsletter 11 y
The ultimate purpose of Digestion is to break large pieces of Food down into molecules small enough to pass unhindered into the Bloodstream and further into individual Cells throughout the body:
The Digestive System is also responsible for chemically altering substances to allow their utilization by the body (i.e. metabolism) - only Vitamins, Minerals and Water are used by the body in their raw state without alteration.
One thing I notice when I travel is what people order when they eat at restaurants. I'm convinced of one thing: Most people don't know how to eat, what to eat and when to eat!
Do ... read more
The McDougall Newsletter, February 2008 11 y
On February 6, 2008 the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI), stopped the ACCORD study (Action to Control Cardiovascular Risk in Diabetes) when results showed that intensive treatment of diabetics increases the risk of dying compared to those patients treated less aggressively.4
I ntensive Therapy Means You Will Die Sooner
with Good Looking Numbers
I am outraged that no serious action is being ... read more
The two nutrients that can keep your skin young, from Second Opinion Newsletter 11 y
Similarly, a daily 50-gram increase in carb intake (that's about one bagel) caused a 36% increased likelihood of wrinkling and a 33% increased risk of skin atrophy.
The two nutrients that can keep your skin young
Everyone likes to look their best. So we all hate it when the wrinkles begin to take over. Unfortunately, we can't stop your skin from aging. Bu... read more
The Hidden Heart Attack Trigger, by Robert J. Rowen, MD, Second Opinion Newsletter, February 2008 11 y
Now here’s the danger: When any fluid gets too thick and the pressure gets too high, it can damage the sides of the pipe it flows in. And in the case of blood, the pipes getting damaged are your arteries.
The Hidden Heart Attack Trigger BY ROBERT J. ROWEN, MD, I’m sure you’ve known someone who died of a heart attack suddenly and without warning. One day they seemed the picture of... read more
Excitotoxins, Aspartame and MSG and Disease 11 y
When cells are energy deficient, no matter the cause - hypoxia, starvation, metabolic poisons, hypoglycemia - they become infinitely more susceptible to excitotoxic injury or death.
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h ttp://www.rense.com/politics6/excito.htm Excitotoxins, Neurodegeneration, Neurodevelopment, Migraines, & Seizures By Russell L. Blaylock, M.D. Author - 'Excitotoxins: The Taste That Kills' Fr... read more