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My Husband Explains How He Lost 100lbs – Very Proud Of His Achievement

 

This video is about an hour long but very interesting for those who are way, way overweight and really would like to lose some and get back to their healthy selves. It can be done with ease and not to the detriment of your nutrition.

First of all, he explains how he was introduced to the ionized Kangen water and how by hydrating his body he began to cease getting these horrible cramps in his legs and then how the weight started coming off. He then was introduced to Isagenix and with its nutritional program, it began to drop off rapidly. I also started the program and within two months I lost more than I needed to, so am now on a program where I am now concentrating on keeping my weight at a healthy level, and am now taking their supplements that work on a cellular level to keep my body and skin from aging.

If you are interested in the Kangen water you can go to David’s site http://davidvoth.kangendemo.com

If you are interested in Isagenix go to http://davidvoth.isagenix.com

If you are in Australia and interested in either, email me at lesley@davidvoth.com

 You have a weight problem? “If you don’t do different nothing will change” 

 

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Did You Know – 02/25/2019

  1. Cranberries are great for stronger teeth. Apparently according to  the Oral Health Foundation the polyphenols dark-colored berries such as cranberries and blueberries are ale to prevent harmful bacteria from sticking you gums and teeth. They suggest eating these berries straight after a meal to make the most of the benefits. Source

 

2. Researchers from Northwestern University in the US have developed a wearable skin patch that can screen your sweat for potential diseases and health markers. It is not available for purchase as yet but a great idea and hopefully will not take too long to come on the market. Source

3.  Cheese is not only good for the soul it is also beneficial for the heart . An Australian study found a Mediterranean diet rich in cheese  can significantly boost health outcomes for those at risk of heart disease. They believe even more so than a low-fat diet. My nieces wife Franny will love this.❤️

 

4.  You may have heard that on average a person will swallow 8 spiders a year in your sleep. Probably not so. There is no scientific record of it ever actually happening. Spiders get most of the information about their surroundings through vibrations. Snoring, breathing and heartbeat will probably scare them away.

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5.  Pablo Picasso once said “When I was a child my Mother said to me, ‘If you become a soldier you will be a general. If you become a monk you will end up as the Pope’ . Well I became a painter and wound up as Picasso”

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Hydrogen water – Why It works – Why You Need To Know 💦

This is a fantastic video on Hydrogen-rich water. Do you suffer from Arthritis, cramping and lactic acid after exercising, skin problems etc? Because Hydrogen is a mild anti-inflammatory and able to penetrate any compartment of your body,  it is able to penetrate the walls of your cells and further the nucleus of your cells. It is essential to your well-being. He also talks about a 90-day experiment of bathing in hydrogen-rich water for skin health. (reducing neck wrinkles… us girls certainly want that)

Anyway, this video is 18 minutes long and could change your life. Also, it gives you more reasons why a Kangen Water machine is essential in your household.

More info: USA 281-918-9687

                    Australia 041-783- 9002

                   NZ: +61-41-783-9002

 

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Home Made Tomato Sauce

I made this tomato sauce the other day as we have an excess of tomato’s  in our garden. Pasquale cooks his over a fire. I did not – I used the stove. I did stick to the recipe and cooking time, that was an exception for me as I can’t help adding a bit of this and a bit of that. Staying with his recipe proved to be the only way. It smelt fantastic while cooking and taste is what I have been looking for a long time. I did the separation of skin and pulp with a colander with big holes. I just swished it around till only the skins were left in the colander. 

Any way if you want the real thing you should try it. It is time-consuming I have to admit but the taste was ‘excelento’

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Dermatologist Recommendation – A Good Water Machine💦

“When tap water contains a high concentration of minerals like magnesium, lead, and zinc, it’s known as hard water — and the minerals can leave a film on skin that causes dryness. “Heavy metals turn the oils on skin into a thick substance that plugs glands, aggravates conditions like acne and rosacea, and prevents moisturizers from being absorbed into the skin,” says Dennis Gross, MD, a dermatologist in New York City. “Investing in a home filtration system will lighten the mineral content of water, and Gross recommends adding chelators, like vitamins A and C, to skin care because they counteract the coating deposited by hard water.”
Kangen Water machines have proved to be more than adequate  for producing hydrating, ionized,  alkaline water. The machine is manufactured  in Japan by a company called ‘Enagic’  that is 40 years old,   that in itself speaks for the fact in this day in age that it has a good reputation and product.
To find out more information on the machine for USA go to  LifeChangingWater
For more information in Australia  email me at lesley@davidvoth.com

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How Our Skin Absorbs Chlorine 💦

This is another good reason we should be showering with Kangen Water. Our health is not about what we inject into our body it is also about what we put on our body and tap water that comes from our city supply in most cases has chlorine infiltrated into the water. We drink it, we flush it, we do our washing in it and in most cases we shower in it. 

Enagic has this shower system called ANESPA DX  .This gadget is great for you hair, skin, and of course you are not breathing in harmful toxins while you are bathing or showering

 


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Plus there is a free Ebook- On the advantages of Kangen water.

 

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Common drugs can halt the progression of skin cancer

I read this article today online from the Australian Courier Mail. I thought it was rather interesting and hopefully promising for anyone that has developed skin cancer.

 

COMMON anti-inflammatory drugs could stop skin cancers turning into deadly ulcerated melanomas, Queensland researchers have found.

A study by the Brisbane-based QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute has shown that regular use of some anti-inflammatory painkillers including aspirin and ibuprofen reduce the likelihood of melanomas becoming ulcerated and thus worsening survival odds.

Statins, a popular cholesterol lowering drug, were also found to lower the risk of the condition, with researchers suggesting this medication might “modify inflammatory mechanisms in the body that cause melanomas to become ulcerated.”

Conversely, the 787-person study found that diabetes sufferers were at increased risk of developing ulcerated melanomas which occur when the top layer of skin disappears.

Lead researcher Lena von Schuckmann said further studies were needed, but the findings, published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology, were “really exciting.”

“Potentially, down the track, we can find some causations and potentially find some modifiable risk factors for melanoma ulcerations,” she said.

Meanwhile, a University of Queensland study released yesterday found that adding aspirin to some cancer drugs could boost their effectiveness.

The mouse study, published in journal Clinical Cancer Research, showed that mixing the painkiller with Sorafenib, a cancer inhibitor drug, “strongly enhanced its effectiveness” for treatment of lung cancer and melanomas with RAS genetic mutations.

Cancer Council Queensland chief executive Chris McMillian said ulcerated melanomas were associated with poorer survival outcomes because they were fast growing.

“Research into this area is vital to help us better understand how to detect and treat melanomas early to improve survival and reduce long-term effects on patients,” she said.

“If you notice a new spot on your skin or a change in the size, shape or colour of a spot, it’s important to visit your GP as early detection saves lives.”

 

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