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Intermittent Fasting

January 12, 2015

Intermittent Fasting is the Best Remedy I’m a big fan of intermittent fasting for 24 hours once each month. Intermittent fasting each day from dinner (7:00pm) until lunch the next day (11:00am or so) is a great addition to your health program as well. My 24 hour fasts are with water only. Every once in a while during my longer fasts, I will add chia seeds to my water, maybe a little cayenne pepper and fresh lemon for variety and nutrients. My intermittent fasting always has a purpose. Sometimes I fast for myself, other times I fast to help others. Mercola talks about the benefits of intermittent fasting as well. Fasting was very difficult for me when I was a teenager. I remember one...

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How to Improve Memory by 12% with One Simple Change

January 07, 2015

If you're like many people you have probably wondered how to improve memory (especially as you age).  According to a recent study, you lose 12% of your memory when you think depressed or negative thoughts.  The memory loss isn't permanent and will return once you chase the negative thoughts away. But for "the glass is half-empty" kind of people, this can be a major problem. So, the next time you forget something, check your mood.  If you have "stinkin-thinkin" as Zig Ziglar called it,  do whatever it is that makes you happy and you may just remember that lost thought.  Worse case, you will feel happier and people will enjoy you more. Remember... U-POWER-U. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2015/01/150106130516.htm

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Treating Staph and MRSA with Colloidal Silver

December 03, 2014

Staph infection and MRSA are dangerous and never fun. I remember picking up staph in the emergency room from touching objects and then inadvertently rubbing my eyes. My eyes, forehead and faced swelled up so I looked like an Avatar. It wasn't a pretty site and took several weeks to treat it. What you should know about staph and MRSA: Staphylococcus aureus is the most dangerous of all the staphylococcal bacteria. Seek the advice of a competent physician who is also open-minded to alternative treatments using non-antibiotics if appropriate. The bacteria is spread by contact with an infected person, being sneezed on and inhaling infected particles, and by touching a contaminated object (telephones, door knobs, television remote controls, elevator buttons, etc.) Hospital workers...

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