5 Ways To Use Activated Charcoal

5 Ways To Use Activated Charcoal

Good for everything from teeth whitening to curing stomach aches Activated charcoal is an ancient healing cure for all kinds of health issues. Now it’s a hot new health and beauty trend for your skin, stomach problems, detoxing and teeth whitening. What is activated charcoal? Activated charcoal is made from carbon sources such as bamboo, coconut husk, willow peat, wood,…

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Depression: The Key to Weight Loss?

Depression: The Key to Weight Loss?

Years ago in our family hedge fund business, we hired an assistant named Anne who was a terrific asset to the team and lots of fun to work with. We had a good time churning out projects. She was also very pretty (with gorgeous hair, electric blue eyes, and creamy skin) and maybe 50 pounds overweight. Anne wasn’t happy with…

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Healing Old Patterns And Enhancing Vitality With Body Mindfulness

Healing Old Patterns And Enhancing Vitality With Body Mindfulness

Body mindfulness involves focusing intentionally in the moment with the addition of body awareness to anchor and enhance the benefits for brain and body. Benefits include rewiring the brain towards more optimal functioning, increasing access to feel-good hormones towards building emotional strength and potentially shifting or healing age-old emotional patterns. The following are two personal body mindfulness practices that I…

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Not All Water Is Created Equal

Not All Water Is Created Equal

Gel-Water Hydration For Optimum Health And Weight Loss Your body depends on water to survive. Every cell and organ in your body needs water to work properly. Water promotes cardiovascular health, helps regulate your body temperature, keeps your skin supple and helps cleanse your body inside and out. Headaches, brain fog, fatigue, weight gain, insomnia, poor digestion and a host…

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Depression and Mindfulness

Depression and Mindfulness

To beat back the Great Bleakness that is clinical depression takes a lot of falling sick. For the depressive, there is often no choice about sinking into despair—darkness so overpowering that it would shock the uninitiated. For us, it can be a daily occurrence. But to fall sick mindfully, to observe our experience of depression—that skulking trickster, part physical malady…

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