This is a superb article published in Medscape that I highly recommend reading to educate yourself about some of the facts linking endocrine disrupters and health, and whether this is…
Hi folks, I am not going to write a long post about mercury; here is an article from Townsend Letters about mercury: Mercury: The Quintessential Anti-Nutrient Mercury is something that we…
fodder for thought regarding how important it is to buy salmon that is ORGANIC
Nice blog with a helpful recipe for coriander detox pesto similar to the one I created only in credit to the writer this one has with a bit more mineral…
This is my tweak on the traditional pesto and my own pesto recipe to create a ‘pesto’ that adds in healing and detoxification supporting ingredients to your usual diet. Tweaking ‘normal’ foods like this to sneak in even more healthy ingredients is a superb way to add to your diet in a consistent and sustainable way.
I am not a fan of the “all-or-nothing” approach as for many when they slip off the healthy eating phase, they fall and then stay fallen! And when you ‘fall’ you feel bad; and this is not what life is about. Eating healthy should be a decision that is made that makes you feel good and feels good to do so. You, me, or any health professional should not approach health in an overly strict or punishing way. This simply leads to self-esteem issues and is a poor example for our children and peers.
So taking what you like and making it better; is definitely a strategy that will be achievable and far less overwhelming. Agreed there will be some changes that may take adjusting to; and these will be worth it. Chose to focus on where you are going and how you will feel. This is very important.
Any discussion on cancer is going to be controversial, and emotional, and difficult. The response to my article has been phenomenally positive; thank you.
Some persons however have chosen to judge me before the article has even been read or not understand completely why I took the time to write this article; that’s ok. It’s not about me. I would like to open my heart to you and explain why I am so passionate about sharing this information, why I am not scared to place my neck out on the chopping board when it comes to the truth, and why it is so very important that we support the persons pioneering the therapies that work to support the cancer patient.
by Andrea Cullen
February 14th 2014
Spring is on the way! We have had some warm days here in Reno, although I see that at home Ireland is taking a battering from storms and high tides 🙁
How’s this for some contrast:
Here in Reno, Nevada where I am on a break writing and studying; the weather is such a contrast with very little rain if any. Here are some photos from my walk home yesterday across the wetlands.
So are you ready for Spring?
Need something to focus on that is positive while winter is still kicking ass? To prepare you to emerge from the cocoon of winter into spring?
Yippee I have FINALLY completed writing and spell checking my latest e-book titled Prepare for Christmas Detox Plan.
To read more, download the diet, menu plans, supplement recommendations, and recipes please follow this link to obtain your OWN PERSONAL COPY or email us in the office on email@example.com to order your copy.
I get so excited when I complete my e-books and just sent off copies to some of my closest training and professional friends so that they can have a sneaky preview peak. Thanks Keegan Smith, Ronan O’Brien, Adam James Parr, Matt Chappell, Aidan Shanahan, Barry Hennessy; gratitude and rock on as they say.
I will keep this post brief as I am away on holidays. However, this YouTube clip by Bruce Lipton is too important to not mention in its own blog as well as in brief passing on Facebook.
Beliefs have PROFOUND effects on the outcome of our lives and our health. Beliefs can change and alter the playing field for our genetics. If you believe that you are at the destiny of your genes please spend 10 minutes and watch this clip; especially if breast cancer runs in the family or affects a close friend or colleague.
How can we influence a positive outcome if we have been dealt a weak genetic hand? This list is not exhaustive (as then this would not be a short blog!) but touches on some areas of importance: