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  • What is aversion Therapy?

    What is aversion Therapy?
    Aversion therapy a technique that is based on conditioning and behavioral psychology. It is unlike cognitive therapy and other forms of talking therapy, in that aversion therapy tends to focus on behaviors rather than cognitions and is goal-oriented with the focus on eliminating certain habits. The most common example of behavioral therapy is that of …
  • Risks of Drinking Alcohol as a Teenager

    Risks of Drinking Alcohol as a Teenager
    Everyone is doing it. You will look so cool. What could happen? I am responsible. I know what I am doing. These are the things we tell ourselves as teenagers. We can handle underage drinking. We are adults. In 2011, 189,00 individuals under the age of 21 were admitted to the emergency department due to …
  • 5 Ways Poor Oral Hygiene Can Affect Your Overall Wellness

    5 Ways Poor Oral Hygiene Can Affect Your Overall Wellness
    Taking care of your gums and teeth is more critical than you think as skipping yearly dental exams and forgetting to brush and floss may lead to cavities and tooth decay. Poor dental hygiene may also increase your chances of falling ill to more serious health complications such as the following: Memory Loss Exercising, eating …
  • The Technology of Same Day Dentistry: Fast Solutions for Today?s Hectic Lifestyles

    The Technology of Same Day Dentistry: Fast Solutions for Today?s Hectic Lifestyles
    If you have some dental issues that need resolving one of the reasons why you might have put off having the work done, is because you are struggling to find some free time in your diary to commit to the course of treatment that you need. Finding the time to pay regular visits to your …
  • Know the Deadly Differences: Alcoholism Vs. Alcohol Abuse

    Know the Deadly Differences: Alcoholism Vs. Alcohol Abuse
    Alcohol abuse and alcoholism affect millions of families with many of the same problems arising, but these two conditions are not the same.  Different diagnoses apply to each, with alcohol abuse being the less severe version of alcoholism. It?s essential to be aware of these differences in order to understand how these conditions affect such …
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  • Preventing ALZHEIMER?s

    Preventing ALZHEIMER?s
    Q: it seems more and more people are being diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. Can this be prevented or reversed? A: Folks are living longer, but not necessarily better, with drugs and machines that can prop us up, and frankly, keep the medical machine going. Some estimates put 85% of healthcare dollar capture from patients in […]
  • resource for mental wellness

    resource for mental wellness
      How Kids Can Talk to Parents About Depression Treating and Living with Anxiety Addiction and Depression: Treating Co-Occurring Disorders A Navigation Guide to Self-Discovery During Your Addiction Recovery Journey Recognizing and Treating Depression During Pregnancy Marriage and Mental Health: How to Cope When Your Spouse Has Been Diagnosed with Schizophrenia 7 Tips for Creating […]
  • NEWS FLASH: proof of Alzheimer?s reversed

    NEWS FLASH: proof of Alzheimer?s reversed
    http://www.medscape.com/ http://www.medscape.com/ http://www.medscape.com/ Hot off the press new protocol for improving cognitive function and reversing many measurable parameters of  mild cognitive impairment (MCI), the precursor to early dementia and eventually Alzheimer’s, which until now has been considered an irreversible disease.  No drugs have worked.  The “new protocol” (book will be published in the spring, by Dr. […]
  • DEEP DETOX starting September 22, 2016

    DEEP DETOX starting September 22, 2016
    I am developing a deep cellular detox to begin Thursday September 22 and run for 6-9 weeks depending on personal need.  Most detox  programs are designed to help you pee, poop and sweat more effectively.  That’s great!  And we’ll start there, but I want to go deeper and get into cleaning up the gut-brain axis, which will allow […]
  • Orenda International

    Orenda International
    If you are looking for a good weight loss program, I do recommend ORENDA's Clean/Burn/Shape program. Check it out. Very high quality, and with enough variety to maintain all necessary nutrients, based on whole foods but adding thermogenic (fat burning) ingredients. There's a lot about this program on the ORENDA website. What I want to focus on here is the AWAKEN/CLEANSE/FEED program, which is truly unique and designed to facilitate deep detox. You get a discount if you buy the whole system, called the ORENDA ULTIMATE PACK. Deep cleaning involves improving immune function. Our immune system is mostly white blood cells, and the lymphatic channels. White blood cells contain sacks of enzymes, called lysosomes, which break down any ?foreign? tissue in the body, including parasites, pathogenic bacteria, viruses, fungal overgrowth, and undigestible food. About 75% of the burden on our immune system over our lifetime occurs across the ?tube? (gastro-intestinal tract). The other 25% is through the nose and into the lungs.
 
 
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  • Foods to help with Blood Sugar Balancing - Video Cookery Demonstration

    Foods to help with Blood Sugar Balancing - Video Cookery Demonstration
    Sharyn Singer enthuses you to eat foods that help with balancing blood sugar and gives you some healthy options to foods we may love that are high in sugar.Click here to read full article about reactive hypoglycaemia....
  • Pea Protein Plus Ingredients

    Pea Protein Plus Ingredients
    The full ingredients for Pea Protein Plus are:Food blend: Amaranth, brown rice grain, spirulina, quinoa, flax seed hull lignans, chia, chlorella, millet, alfalfa, carrot, broccoli, rice bran and germ, artichoke, spinach, asparagus, kale, beetroot, parsley, chlorophyll.Sunflower oil, fructose.Fibre:...
  • Why a Protein Drink is Such a Good Idea

    Why a Protein Drink is Such a Good Idea
    We're all recommended to have a good breakfast to reduce the likelihood of energy slumps. Protein is the key component in our food that does this. We don't always have time to cook bacon and eggs and cereals just don't quite do it, plus they are often high in hidden sugars.Having protein in the morn...
  • Taking Natural Health Products - How Risky Is It?

    Taking Natural Health Products - How Risky Is It?
    Despite the fact that European legislation is increasingly restrictive on what we can say about food supplements and also what we can buy to keep ourselves healthy (along with the most important thing - good food), we can now legitimately show that food supplements are the safest substances to which...
  • Misinformation From Academic's Leaked Letter to the Health Minister

    Misinformation From Academic's Leaked Letter to the Health Minister
    The Alliance of Natural Health decided to leak a Reading University academic's letter attempting to influence the Health Minister. Elizabeth Williamson, a professor in pharmacology, was trying to get Andrew Lansley, the UK Health Minister, to push his medicines agency to bank a wide range of food su...