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Essential Oils So Naturally Good For You

Here are just some of the uses that essential oils have. Never choose fragrant oils as they are not pure. Essentially, Essential oils are pure. It’s almost like having a first aid kit in your bathroom as they have uses for all sorts of medicinal and cosmetic conditions. Some are a little expensive but that is because it is not as easy to procure the oil from some plants and the cost are more. 

I pinched this information off the Dr Axe site as sometimes it is easier to look at infograms  for information than reading screens of text

Try it you will just love the smell anyway.❤️

 

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Reduce Stress Naturally

 

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There are times when the stress in your life takes your breath away.  Your mind scrambles and you are unable to think or take action in a practical, calm way. You can’t always go to the beach for a beautiful quiet place or under a beautiful tree or pasture sometime you are in traffic, in a hotel room, somewhere that is not so aesthetically beautiful. You need to take action just where you are.

Two things I do:

1. Stop just sit still, or stand still count to 10 – Just be still. (thats what I call an Oh Shit! moment)

2. Breathe – Don’t panic,  Take four deep deep breaths before you do anything. This is a good practice when someone has upset you and you need to do this before you reply. It will help you to stop saying something you may regret later.

Here are some suggested ways to reduce stress, naturally: 

  • Give your mind a break from information overload. We live in a world that includes too many forms of stimuli, like television, radio, cell phones and the Internet. Make a sincere effort to get away from this by turning them off when not needed. We all need time in the day to shut down the noise. Be silent and just listen. Make a time before the family wake up. I find that 5am is a good time for me for those night owls maybe once everyone is in bed shut that tv off and just sit in silence for even a couple of minutes to start increase the time as the weeks go by. You will find your sleep will be more restful and your energy levels will increase. Always have a full glass of filtered water before you go to bed and when you rise. Going to bed hydrated will allow that good night sleep that is so essential to our bodies. 
  • Start meditating. Find a quiet spot in your home or office and learn mindful meditation techniques to clear the mind of all the day’s stresses. Learn to listen to your body by deeply breathing in through your nose and out through your mouth, making note of your heartbeat and the sensations of your body.
  • Allow positive thoughts to replace negative ones. Focus on the good things in your life and let those things that don’t really matter in the grand scheme of things dissipate. By paying attention to the positives, the negatives won’t seem as powerful in your life. Before you go to sleep write down 5 things that you are grateful for that has happened in that day. I have a note book by my bed so that it reminds me to do this. Believe me it makes a difference.
  • Some time in the morning or evening  get outside and take a brisk walk, ride a bike or go for a run around your community. Bring extra Kangen Water® to keep hydrated during exercise. Taking in the fresh air and clean water will have a naturally refreshing effect on your spirit. Good time to go for a walk hand in hand with your spouse and or kids.

 

 

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Symptoms for HGH deficiency

I thought these symptoms rather interesting especially in children as I was under the impression that they would be naturally producing HGH as part of the young growing active time in their life. I expected it in Adults not our younger generation.

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Cholesterol Is Not The Cause Of Heart Disease !

I found this article rather interesting. Interesting because I have always been told I have high cholesterol. I have never taken any medication for it, because my triglycerides are a good level and from what I have read this is really what counts. I eat as clean food as I can, I exercise, drink plenty of water (sometimes in the form of alcohol mind you). Besides you have to die of something.

Anyway for those who do take medication I recommend you read this article from top to bottom, then maybe you will reconsider what you eat and then get off that medication that you do not really have to take. Some researchers believe is quite dangerous.

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Here are some exerts from the article.

‘Heart disease is one of the leading causes of death, and cholesterol is frequently given the blame. But is it justified?’

‘As explained by Dr. Kummerow, ( who wrote the book Cholesterol Is Not the Culprit) trans fats prevent the synthesis of prostacyclin,2 which is necessary to keep your blood flowing.’

“When your arteries cannot produce prostacyclin, blood clots form, and you may succumb to sudden death. Avoiding trans fat is therefore imperative for cardiovascular health. Vaccenic acid, found in cow’s milk, while a naturally-occurring trans fat, has an entirely different composition and does not cause the adverse health effects associated with hydrogenated oils.”

“Of course, the other thing I mentioned is that if you don’t eat trans fats, you will not interfere with the flow of your blood. The trans fats will have no influence because if you don’t eat them, they’re not going to be there. That’s the other reason for heart disease. If you don’t eat trans fat and the oxidized fat, you won’t have heart disease.”

“I personally have not taken oral vitamin D in over four years. I get all of my vitamin D from exposure to the sun. The benefit of doing it this way is that your body has a built-in biofeedback mechanism that regulates the amounts of vitamin D that is made. This ensures you’ll have just the right amount your body needs.”

“I want to remind you that sugar is another primary dietary culprit in the development of heart disease. To protect your heart health, you need to address your insulin and leptin resistance, which is the result of eating a diet too high in sugars and grains. To safely and effectively reverse insulin and leptin resistance, thereby lowering your heart disease risk, you need to:

Avoid sugar, processed fructose, and grains if you are insulin and leptin resistant. This effectively means you must avoid most processed foods
Eat a healthful diet of whole foods, ideally organic, and replace the grain carbs with:
1. Large amounts of vegetables
2. Low-to-moderate amount of high-quality protein (think organically raised, pastured animals)
3. As much high-quality healthful fat as you want (saturated and monounsaturated from animal and tropical oil sources). Most people actually need upwards of 50-85 percent fats in their diet for optimal health—a far cry from the 10 percent currently recommended.”

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Naturally endowed with talent

This is so cute

Naturally endowed with talent

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