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Nutritional Health Wellness, general

What are natural solutions for a Lipoma?

What are natural solutions for a Lipoma? Ever feel a lump under the skin and worried if it was cancer or a tumor? Well that is exactly what Paul Welling had feared. Having undergone years of perfectly normal annual check ups, Paul was told he had a small lump growing on his back. Alarmed he underwent some checks and was relieved to hear that there were no signs of cancer and this it was just a lipoma. So what was…

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Nutritional Health Wellness, general

Natural or unnatural?

Seeking to replace junk food from our diets requires a little extra effort. Just because something is natural, it may still be unnatural for us to consume. It is said that one person’s food maybe another persons poison. So how do we do the right thing? The best example I can give is to point to nature, those delicate cute beings, those birds that fly about in the trees; ever notice that no matter how many berry trees there are…

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Chiropractic Fitness Health

The Bookends of Fitness

At the start of a brand new year, “fitness” is the buzzword. Every year millions of people begin exercise programs with the goal of getting themselves back into shape. The 100 Year Lifestyle model incorporates an acronym into the buzzword: FitNESS. It stands for Neurology, Nutrition, Endurance, Strength and Structure. To ensure that your fitness experience is a positive one and that you reach your short and long term goals, you must consider the bookends of fitNESS. If you liked…

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Nutritional Health

Is milk good for me?

A cute slogan used by the milk companies in advertising was: “Milk… It does a body Good!”  Cute and trendy slogan but not a necessarily correct one because some people suffer health problems from drinking milk. Oh! you say? Interesting thing to know since when it comes to foods one person’s food is another person’s poison. Truth is milk is nature’s food for babies simply because they don’t have teeth and advanced digestive systems to handle regular food. When they can…

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Nutritional Health

Nutrition focus – Processed Meats Cause Cancer

It is now proven beyond any doubt that certain processed meats cause cancer. Processed meats – such as bacon, sausages and ham – do cause cancer, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). Its report said 50g of processed meat a day – less than two slices of bacon – increased the chance of developing colorectal cancer by 18%. the report is based on research that an estimated 50-gram portion of processed meat you eat increases the risk of colorectal…

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Metabolism in Weight Management

Diets create a lose / lose scenario where the glass is constantly seen as half full, of being denied things. When we replace the word Energy in weight management, meaning Energy Management, we are now dealing with a win / win scenario where the glass now becomes half full. Now the goal becomes focused on filling the energy glass vs. constantly trying to empty the glass full of fat. A Radical change in thinking, I will admit to that, but…

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Wellness, general

Teenage growth

Children undergo natural growth spurts under the timing of their body’s hormonal system and guided under the watchful nervous system. But growth means the body needs more materials to build itself up. Food is where we get these building blocks and by the time the digestive system processes the foods we eat they all break down into Proteins, Fats, Carbohydrates, micro-nutrients and water we add to our bodies. You can read other blogs we have written about the sources of…

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Anti-Ageing Secret – Low Insulin Imprint

Since the beginning of time people have been looking high and low, far and wide, for the secret to a long life. Scientists have studies cultures that have the longest life spans and discovered that their limited agriculture crops and their remoteness in the mountains have created an environmental advantage. The local diet consists primarily of Low Glycemic foods. This means they do not suffer from the typical chronic diseases seen in many communities in this world where Diabetes, heart…

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Colds & Flu – Natural Solutions

I grew up in Canada where winters are fierce and annual colds and flus are expected. However, now that I live in the hot and humid Philippines the frequency of colds and flus seems higher than freezing Canada. Strange isn’t it? So advice about how to take care of yourself when you experience a cold or a flu is a worthy topic for my blog… sort of a universal subject for my readers. If you liked this post, say thanks…

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Weekly Veggie Day

Some years ago David and Martha Welling took a trip to Belgium where they found the town of Ghent was the first town in the world to go vegetarian at least once a week. They planned a regular weekly meatless day, in which civil servants and elected councillors opted for vegetarian meals. School children also followed suit with their own veggie day. If you liked this post, say thanks by sharing it! Follow…

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