Body Wellness

    A big issue when you’re trying to control your weight is finding foods that help you feel fuller so you consume fewer calories throughout your day.  If you’re hungry, you’re thinking about food – not the hundred other things you need to be focused on! Proper management of portions can be a real challenge when […]

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    When you’re diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, figuring out the diabetic foods you’re allowed to eat (and want to) can be a challenge.  I’m a firm believer in foods that fill the gap.  Not just fill you up but actually satisfy.  These are foods that give you more than a meal item. If you have […]

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    Have you heard of whole-body vibration (WBV) therapy?  It’s a machine found in some gyms and there are versions that can be used at home. You sit, stand, or recline on a platform that vibrates for 15 minutes, conducting energy into your entire body.  Your muscles react to the input by contracting and relaxing rapidly […]

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    Here’s Vivien at the Temple Of Hephaestus in Athens. The building is pretty ruined but Vivien is timeless and lovely! Now, to business: I’ve been called a liar. The F-word (again!) The topic of marijuana, like the one on alcohol, has really brought the flies crawling out of the furniture. There are laughable individuals who […]

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    We hear a lot about so-called “medical marijuana” these days. It’s repeated often enough that people are starting to believe in it. You won’t hear this term spoken in my house! Nor will you smell the disgusting odor anywhere in my personal space. I have gotten up and walked out when people start with drugs […]

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    A bad food in a good food disguise… Knowing what foods are bad for your health can be difficult.  After all, how many foods now have “healthy” (or some other similar word) on the label?  How many are advertised far and wide to be good for you? In the seventies and eighties, I was one […]

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    Many of you now know that my ultra-mitochondria healing formula called Mito-Cell Rejuvenator contains generous amounts of Coenzyme Q10. It’s in the form of ubiquinone. From time to time, people who are not very knowledgeable, and get all their “information” from the Internet via Google, address me as a fool and ask if I know […]

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    The two most important vitamins for eyes are lutein and zeaxanthin.  Your body doesn’t produce either of them.  You can only get them through your diet. Protecting your vision is critical and the missteps you make (or the habits you have) today can have long-term consequences in the form of age-related macular degeneration (AMD) or […]

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    The world today is in turmoil. Diets today have hardly ever been worse. Is there a connection between the effects of poor nutrition and violence? Actually, there is. Now don’t write to me and tell me we were on the verge of starvation since the dawn of history. I know that. Yet human skeletons in […]

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    According to recent scientific studies, your gut is considered your body’s “second brain” – literally the third branch of your central nervous system. The good bacteria in your microbiome benefit so much more than simple digestion of your food and it’s critical to care for this delicate ecosystem properly. The Brain-Gut Connection There are more […]

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    The importance of sleep is something that can make me a little preachy. There are many reasons it tops my list of free things you can do right now to improve your mental and physical health. Getting enough sleep is critical to every cell in your body and one of the biggest connections is between […]

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    Ginger (Zingiber officinale) has a long and illustrious history. Indigenous to southeast Asia, this close relative of turmeric remains a common ingredient in Asian and Indian recipes, an excellent addition to teas, and is even featured in many specialty candies. The benefits of ginger are far more than culinary. For thousands of years, the powerful […]

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    The pollution you’re exposed to in the modern world seems to be everywhere. Air pollution, water pollution, unknown (or undetected) toxins in the home and workplace, pesticide use, and so much more bombard your system day after day. Then there are the “safe” compounds that are deliberately utilized in your life that are completely toxic […]

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    In a world filled with those who suffer from chronic pain, pharmaceutical companies (and illegal drug suppliers) are making a killing. Prescribed drugs have a fairly short lifespan in the treatment of pain. The doses get ever stronger, the effects gradually lessen, and the potential for addiction is incredibly high. When patients no longer find […]

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