Inflammatory Foods Can Lead To Chronic Inflammation

February 8th, 2012

INFLAMMATORY FOODS Chronic inflammation can lead to premature aging as well as many disorders and diseases including rheumatoid arthritis, atherosclerosis, hay fever, and Alzheimer’s disease.   The following foods should be avoided completely or eaten rarely if you want to avoid inflammation.  Key is to remember that inflammation is the feeding ground for disease and all disease has a component of inflammation, toxicity along with nutritional deficiencies.  Taking a superior omega 3 product like the Auum omegas (info found on my website) will manage inflammation and

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Does Colour Impact Our Life

February 6th, 2012

Colour. Take a moment and think about what comes to mind when you hear or think about the word colour.  I’m sure for most of us we associate colour in the simplest of ways by identifying with what our “favourite colour” is, but let me ask you this, have you considered how colour impacts our life? First, lets start by exploring how colour affects us physically and how it plays a role in our mood and then perhaps we can start to better understand the

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Discover Silica’s Anti-aging and Heavy Metal Detox Properties

January 25th, 2012

I love the fact the knowledge is power and with that we get to decide how we take care of our health.  Understandably it can be overwhelming to try and decide what we deem important and what we’ll pass on.  I think the more we get to know our bodies and our individual uniquenesses the better equipped we are to make the right decisions.  When it comes to supplements and deciding what you’ll take and won’t take don’t rely on the principle of, if I

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Intermittent Fasting and High Intensity Fitness Boost HGH

January 23rd, 2012

Just as I’m in the midst of doing a 9 Day (somewhat intense) Isagenix Cleanse (it’s been awhile since I’ve done one)  program which consists of 4 cleanse days within 9 days supported by 5 days of balanced meals and shakes it seems the universe is keeping me motivated and supported along the way with numerous articles popping up on the benefits of intermittent fasting.  This is just one of many that I’ve read over the past 5 days and for anyone that is considering

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Coffee Promotes Cortisol Production and Weight Gain

January 19th, 2012

There has certainly been much debate over the value of coffee and whether it provides us health benefits or not.  Which ever side of the fence you sit on (I am a coffee drinker myself and I am happy and satisfied with my one cup in the morning and do manage to every now and then to detox myself off for awhile) I think it always comes back to enjoying things in moderation.  This article I did find to be of interest as it’s certainly

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Orange: The Hot New Colour for 2012

January 18th, 2012

Well, they say all good things come to those who wait! I first started looking to add splashes of orange accents to my space a good two years ago and let me tell you it was a challenge.  It’s not easy being ahead of the times!  It took until last summer to finally start seeing bits of orange popping up here and there and with that I finally found some great eye popping orange and cream fabric that I could use for accent pillows. I

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Living Fearless in 2012

January 18th, 2012

Will you be fearless in 2012? It’s the start of a new year.  The time to ponder what resolutions and goals we’ll set for ourselves and how we’ll make this year different and perhaps even better then the previous one.  With renewed hope and desire for change we’ll jump in both feet first and see what happens! Like many of you I’ve thought about and taken time to set my goals for the year; everything from making simple changes to my heart’s desires.  Some I

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The Gift of Friendship

January 18th, 2012

Of all the things we acquire along the way in life I believe our bonds of friendships are by far one the most important things we do for ourselves and those we share our life experiences with be it for a short period of time or a lifetime. Friendships are wonderful things.  Unlike the family we are born into, friendships are the one thing we get to choose for ourselves.  We try them on and see how they feel and if we click, find that

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Stress and Your Foundation of Health

January 18th, 2012

How is your state of well-being when it comes to dealing with stressful situations in your life?  When life takes you sideways are you ready to deal or do you fall down the rabbit hole and try to crawl your way back and hope with fingers crossed you make it back in one piece! There’s no escaping stress, it’s a natural part of life these days.  Whether it’s self-inflicted or completely out of our control, it shows up and when it does why is it

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Are You Ever To Old?

January 18th, 2012

Are you ever to Old? If you’re like me this thought has crossed your mind more than once or twice.  I believe we all have moments when we think I’m too old for this or the really big one; I’m too old to start over, maybe if I were younger I’d consider it.  Now granted there may be times when these feelings have a practical place in our thoughts but I’d say more often than not, it’s simply not true. Generally when I’m thinking that

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