First take lots of nonessential amino acids because a full spectrum of protein is very important for healthy lung tissue. Valine, Isoleucine, Leucine, and Glutamine are all important. Also Creatine will help build more muscle and get your body back in shape because atrophy is common with lung disease, and Acetylecysteine is very important for healthy lungs.…
We move through life like machines on a mission. We unwillingly rise early, eat our typical breakfast, complete our stressful daily work tasks, eat dinner in front of the television and finish the day by collapsing in bed. We race against the clock to finish our daily responsibilities and we are rarely present. We dream of the weekend yet we spend half of the time running errands. Does this sound like you? Now ask yourself: What truly makes me happy and what part of my routine brings me…Continue
Yes, it is that time…to vote. I don’t get into debates regarding elections. As a matter of fact, I did not contemplate posting an article regarding politics.
However, because this is part of life, I will share a few thoughts for consideration.
When making a major decision regarding whom to choose, follow your heart or do as you…Continue
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Kumquats are a citrus fruit from China that ended up all over the world, Kumquats are ready for picking in the winter and spring... with many health benefits.
Kumquats are a small 1/2 inch size orange fruit with an olive shape. They have a bright…Continue
Having a hard time communicating with old friends?
Do you need more time alone?
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on October 25, 2012 at 10:51am — No Comments
The other night I watched the magnificent Starseed, Jane Fonda, at age 70 something in her latest film - Peace, Love, and Misunderstanding. Jane plays the hippie mom living in Woodstock (of course!). I was amazed at her radiance and ethereal beauty, laugh lines and all! Her estranged, uptight lawyer daughter (played by Catherine Keener) comes to Jane's chicken-filled farmette, in the middle of a divorce. You know the story: revelation, reconciliation, and so…Continue
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One flies above
The no-mans land
To reach the top
Of sheer rock.
Upon the rock
A room of stone
From womb of earth.
On walks through walls
To see the base,
Upon a base
An Egg of void
Enclosing needle long and sharp -
It has been here
From start of time
It´s end points to the End of Days -
Only the strongest of the heart
Can melt it with his fire of grace.
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You've called me...
Added by Anaid K.C. on October 24, 2012 at 8:41pm — No Comments
Many people are now familiar with the alternative healing modality, Reiki, as well as other forms of healing energy. For those of you who are not yet acquainted with this type of therapy, Reiki is a gentle technique that aids in relief from ailments as well as a treatment that provides stress release. The Reiki Master Practitioner is trained to transmit subtle energy through the hands, eyes, and chakras. Reiki treatments comfort the mind, body and spirit, leaving the client feeling relaxed…Continue
Tiger Nuts come from California, Europe, Northern African, and even Florida and have been around for over 4,000 years... and are full of health benefits. With a flavor and texture that reminds you of crunchy carmel/coconut, this great tasting old, yet newly discovered nut is wonderful!
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on October 24, 2012 at 10:46am — No Comments
It's always time to change, for when we stay in our comfort zone too long we become complacent and stop growing as human beings. This means we have lost our way. And if nothing changes, then nothings new, and the impossible stays impossible.
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on October 24, 2012 at 10:44am — No Comments
When my mother turned 40, she went into mourning. I remember her being depressed for weeks. When she turned 60, she was old, decrepit, and literally waiting for the grim reaper to come to the door.
That was almost 30 years ago. Now, more and more of my clients are calling me as they approach 60 and beyond. The startling and fabulous thing about most of them is, they are viewing this net phase of their life as an adventure.
There are tons of articles called, "Is 60 the new…Continue
There's a difference between being paranoid and suspicious because you are projecting your own thoughts and feelings onto others, and having a gut instinct about something. Once you learn the difference within yourself, you will be much more equipped to find peace where it needs to be and act when you need to act. One of the biggest problems women face is being made to think they are "crazy" for their intuitions and because of that never being able to tell the difference between intuition…Continue
Added by Cori Savenelli on October 23, 2012 at 12:46pm — No Comments
Everyone knows about Avocados... but did you know that Avocado Seeds are full of great health benefits?
Avocado Seeds have more antioxidants than most fruits and veggies on the market and polyphenols like green tea, plus they are full of more…Continue
Someone said, “We should teach our children Empathy” and went on to explain that children would then have compassion.
But in reality if we teach them to be “Vulnerable”... vulnerability leads to having feelings, which leads to having experiences…Continue
I can see straight to your heart,
its tender bits
ready to chance it again.
Fragile, yet filled
Added by Tonya Melendez on October 23, 2012 at 3:56am — No Comments
Have you ever felt the desire to bring more love into your life? Not the romantic, lustful love we read about in novels, but the practice of pure, accepting, unconditional love. How many times have most all of us said, "I wish I wasn't so angry and judgmental" or "I wish I could manifest real love in my life"? The benefits of bringing unconditional love into our lives are endless, it is something we all can do, all it takes is a little practice.
The first step to unconditional love is…Continue
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Gratitude….It's that time of year when our thoughts turn to the people and things in our lives that are most precious. We realize how very important yet fragile are our relationships, both family and friends. We think about what we have and even if we are facing challenges we’re somehow making it through. Gratitude. It is what humbles us and softens our hearts. I talk a lot about co creation and living miraculously and surely gratitude is a most important and essential piece of this way…Continue
Was it a falling star or waning moon
That left a golden path in sky
To lead me to Your door?
Or holy ghost´s concealen paln
To leave the traces in the plain
Under blue corns, forget-me-nots,
Marked by the flight of humming birds,
The stepping stones across the pond
Unseen but to the word respond
Mongst water lillies and red fish
As if were left upon a wish -
Is it a wish who leaves a…Continue
In the sweetness of friendship let there be laughter, and sharing of pleasures. For in the dew of little things the heart finds its morning and is refreshed. ~ Khalil Gibran
There is something special about the significance of "a new dawn, a new day." It's the end of a period of…Continue