Tag: stress

Dr. LJ’s Alkalinity Challenge

Alkalinity Challenge July 30 – August 12, 2012 In 1931 Dr. Otto Warburg won the Nobel Price for discovering that cancer cells can only proliferate in a low-oxygen, high acid environment. Most of our preferred foods that we eat on a daily basis are highly acidic. Learn some tips, tools and techniques to balance your pH and alkalize your body chemistry. Join me on … Read More Dr. LJ’s Alkalinity Challenge

Are you “Hungry for Knowledge”?

They say ” Knowledge is Power”! Thus, the knowledge of the food products you ingest needed to sustain your life is very important indeed. After all,what good is life if you don’t have your health. If you are interested in learning the ins and outs of how to better maintain your health in terms of what and what not to eat then check out … Read More Are you “Hungry for Knowledge”?

Patience

                                                         Patience Patience is quiet. It has been my experience that a passive composure is required to insure this most beneficial key in life. It’s having the ability of remaining in a state of constant tolerance. Even though … Read More Patience

The Sweetness of Slumber

Are you getting a good night sleep? So you may not be aware, but your health and well being are directly connected to the quality of your sleep. Sleep time is a restorative period that allows your body to regenerate and recharge. It’s liken to a computer. If you keep running the computer and never shut it down, it slows down and does not … Read More The Sweetness of Slumber

The Power of Breath!

Breathing is the most important thing we do as humans and is vital for life to exist. Improper breathing results in insufficient oxygen to our cells and organs and causes tightness in our neck and shoulders. Most people breathe shallow because they use their chest to breathe. Proper breathing is done from your diaphragm and it is the natural way babies breathe. Somewhere along … Read More The Power of Breath!

Living in Balance!

Life is a juggling act and to master it, you have to be a great manager of time and resources. To me, living in balance means that I distribute the ratio of work, play, pleasure, and family into an equal blend while meeting my  fiscal obligations and having some extra time and money for travel and to experience  life while keeping my sanity and … Read More Living in Balance!

10 reasons to smile!

1. Smiling Makes Us Attractive We are drawn to people who smile. There is an attraction factor. We want to know a smiling person and figure out what is so good. Frowns, scowls and grimaces all push people away — but a smile draws them in. Smile to look better. 2. Smiling Changes Our Mood Next time you are feeling down, try putting on … Read More 10 reasons to smile!