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Friday, March 02, 2007

That's a SPICY meatball!!!

Study: Hot chili pepper compound kills cancer without side effects

Wow! I knew that eating hot chili would do me good someday! Well, at least according to this article and the science behind the study. =)


What do you think? Do you eat a lot of hot food?

Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Eight Ways To Simplify Your Life And Have More Fun

Published 7/27/98 by Robin Sharma

Here are some suggestions on how to improve and enjoy your life more fully:

  1. Find Work That You Love

    Nothing complicates your life more than forcing yourself to go to work every morning when your heart tells you that you should be doing something else. Find work that is fun and uses your natural gifts. Wise people spend their days on pursuits that engage the fullness of their natural strengths. In doing so, they always meet with success.

  2. Go on a "News Fast"

    One of the universal laws of the mind says that "as you sow, so shall you reap." What goes into the mind determines what comes out. Break your addiction to the news. The killings, the violence and the calamity do nothing to add to your inner peace. To simplify your life, spend the next seven days away from the news. Read great literature or listen to soothing music instead.

  3. Learn to Say No

    The person who tries to do everything ultimately achieves nothing. What separates the peak performers from weak performers is that the first group says "no" to anything that is not important while the second group says "yes" to everything. Have the inner courage to say "no" to all those things you really don t want to do. As if by magic, you will begin to have time for the activities your truly value.

  4. Connect with Nature

    Nature has healing properties. It reminds us of what life is really about and connects us to the simple gifts that we all, too often, overlook. If you are feeling the stresses and strains of modern life, just imagine what a daily walk through the woods or a weekly hour spent watching the sun set would do for you. Even growing a simple garden in your backyard will bring a wealth of benefits.

  5. Laugh Daily

    Daily laughter will renew your perspective and rekindle the childlike enthusiasm that you may have lost. Most of us are too busy to laugh and too serious to smile. We have become caught up in our own sense of importance. We have forgotten to nourish the child within all of us who is just waiting to get out and have some fun. Never forget that children come to us more highly evolved than adults to teach us the lessons we need to learn. Study children. Learn from their natural wisdom. They will remind you that if you haven t laughed today, you haven't lived today.

  6. Sell your TV

    Do you have anything to show for all the time you have given to the box sitting in your living room? When you deeply reflect on all the hours, days, weeks and months you have given to your television, has it done anything to raise the quality of your life? While TV has some excellent programs, don t be a slave to it. Don t lose the best years of your life spending every evening on the couch.

  7. Be silent

    Silence is golden. In this crazy age we live in, the average person doesn t spend even an hour a month in silence. Yet silence renews us, it relaxes us, and it allows us to reflect on how we are living and make necessary corrections before it is too late. Get in the habit of taking daily "silence breaks." At the office, shut your door for 10 minutes, close your eyes and simply be still. It will be hard at first, but after a few days, you will find yourself feeling calmer and happier than you have felt in a long time.

  8. Eat less

    Benjamin Franklin once said, "to lengthen thy life, lessen thy meals." Yet in this age of over-consumption, we seem to have forgotten this simple piece of advice. Eating less will allow you to become healthier, more energetic and live longer. It is also one of the best ways to build self-discipline because you are not giving in to the weaker impulses telling you to eat more. Instead, you are flexing your willpower and doing what you promised yourself you would do.

Quotable Quote by Robin Sharma:
The person who tries to do everything ultimately achieves nothing. What separates the peak performers from the weak performers is that the first group says "no" to anything that is not important while the second group says "yes" to everything.

Friday, December 01, 2006

Alternative Medicine - Evidence?

I found some posts about Alternative Medicine and whether or not it works.

BBC has a series of specials testing several alternative medicine modalities and their claims for success.


What do you think?

Monday, November 27, 2006

'The Secret' to Success?

Do you know 'The Secret'? If not, go to www.thesecret.tv to find out what it is and how it can change your life.

The Secret is becoming such a huge phenomenon around the WORLD. Considering that the majority of the speakers in the movie were interviewed on Larry King Live! goes to show how much The Secret really can help you achieve and get anything you want in life.

To boot, The Secret will be featured on the Ellen DeGeneres show during the first week of December. ABC has an article on The Secret, too!

Click the link below to read the article:


Let me know what you think!

Sunday, November 19, 2006

Video Collection

Here is an amazing collection of videos for you to view. Videos range in topic from milk, to aspartame to fluoride and more.

You be the judge.

You and Your Milk

Genetically Engineered Food (GMO)

Aspartame: Sweet Poison

What's in Your Beef

How Mercury Causes Brain Degeneration

Suppressed Medical Discovery: Cure for AIDS by Dr. Robert Beck (part 1)

Suppressed Medical Discovery: Cure for AIDS by Dr. Robert Beck (part 2)

Suppressed Medical Discovery: Cure for AIDS by Dr. Robert Beck (part 3)

Fluoride Deception (part 1)

Fluoride Deception (part 2)

Fluoride Deception (part 3)


Hershey - Soy lecithin caused contamination

Hershey has determined that a soy ingredient used in chocolate making was the source of a salmonella contamination that prompted a recall of two dozen products.
Oh boy. I can see this incident causing a slight backlash against the soy manufacturers. Possibly expect to see more news releases from the 'soy' group in the coming days or weeks.

Personally, I don't eat soy that often. With the commercialization of soy in everything, soy manufacturing has gone from quality to mass production...and hence, the genetic modification of soy in order to meet the demand.

What do you think?

Bacterium of Virus?

Feeling a little under the weather?

If you want to find out if you're being attacked by a virus or bacterium, read these articles.


Either way, you can easily take care of the issue with one or more of the following:

  • Colloidal silver
  • Oil of oregano
  • Elderberry
  • Scullcap
  • Astragalus
  • Zinc
Obviously you should seek professional care when you start on a natural medicine plan to combat your illness. If you go to a Naturopathic Doctor ask them for the best way to tackle your current issue and also how to PREVENT it in the future.

Friday, November 17, 2006

Happiness and Your Health

Okay, I got some laughter in for today. I'll have to do some more later on to keep me in good mental and physical health.

What...strange you say? Do you think I am a bit odd for laughing for good health?

Well, if you don't believe me, the laugh may be on you. This Sunday November 19, 2006 at 10:00PM EDT, CNN will be airing a special called Happiness and Your Health - The Surprising Connection, hosted by Dr. Sanjay Gupta.


Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Tamiflu linked to abnormal behavior

The maker of the antiviral medication Tamiflu issued a new warning for the flu drug Monday, saying patients must be closely monitored for potential psychiatric problems, including delirium and suicide.

WOW. Now THAT is one strong statement.

The memo also cites the case of an 8-year-old in Japan who took one dose of Tamiflu and, about an hour and a half later, tried to run out the front door of his home. The child would not answer to his name and was growling, according to the memo, which was prepared in advance of an FDA pediatric advisory committee meeting Thursday....it was not yet known if the abnormal behavior was caused by the drug or the flu, which can cause fever and delirium.

That's the silliest thing that I have ever heard of. Did they really think that the kid's growling was caused by the FLU???

Read the rest of the article here. Let me know what you think.


Monday, November 13, 2006

If you trust Google more than your doctor...

"If you trust Google more than your doctor then maybe it's time to switch doctors." Jadelr and Cristina Cordova, Chasing Windmills, 08-21-06

Hehe, I found this quote a while back and find much truth in this statement considering how society has become so enthralled with the Internet.

However, on the serious-er side of things, we have to remember that the Internet may not necessarily hold the truths we are seeking. We must remember that the Internet is also a place for people to share their personal beliefs and thoughts. A witty writer may come across as a knowledgeable source, but you really should take it with a grain of salt.

When your health is in question, you can check the Internet for some information. But you should always seek the professional advice from your health care practitioner...preferably a Natural Health practitioner. (okay, that last part was MY personal opinion...but I say it with much truth and love and understanding)

Here's an article from CityNews.

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