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Can Cancer be cured in 16 weeks~ See this Video

Some great information in this video. I was amazed. I have for many years now believed in natural health and alternative medicine! It works for me!!! I think we have to have a lifestyle change to be healthy these days, becoming more vigilent, watching and knowing exactly what we are ingesting. Remember “we are what we eat.” Animals eating GMO food..we eat the food–well we are consuming GMOs. I hope that you enjoy this very informative video. For more information on this topic please go to http://ihealthtube.com Dr. Leonard Coldwell

Wishing you great health!!! and a very happy year!~ Bobbi

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February 14, 2012 Posted by | Cancer | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Starve Cancer??

Hope you enjoyed the video. Wishing you a happy, healthy lifestyle! ~ Bobbi

December 8, 2011 Posted by | Lifestyle Change | , , , , , | Leave a comment

What we eat matters!

There is no time like the present to make that decision to change your lifestyle. A healthy lifestyle could add years to your life. Here is a great video that will reinforce what you probably already know. It is one of the best that I have seen in a while. I want to share it with you.


To your vibrant health!

April 4, 2010 Posted by | Tips For Natural Health | , , , | 2 Comments

Night Shift Job – Tips For Better Sleep

If you work a night shift job you probably ready for a few tips for better sleep.  You are also most likely  already familiar with the circadian rhythm.  The term in latin means about a day.  Most things in life operate around circles or cycles including the life process itself.  Our Circadian clock or rhythm is located in the hypothalamus area of the brain.  These rhythms repsond to light cues and sets brain wave activity that regulates the melatonin, regenerates our cells and various other things at night and it also helps to establish sleep patterns.

There are certains things that can upset this pattern.  These things are…jet lag, shift work, medications, life threatening situations that go on for a period of time, PTS, major life changes…just to name a few.  These can all create circadian rhythm disorders.  According to the Cleveland Clinic, these are usually treated through lifestyle changes that help the individual to create new sleep patterns that allow them to lead a more balanced life.  They often use light therapies where the regular bedtime is slowly moved to the actual desired bedtime.

Sleep is very important to over all health.  The shift worker is especially susceptible to sleep problems stomache and digestive issues, etc. Because of the way we are designed the body regulates itself based on the circadian rhythm.  At night our digestive system slows down, hormone levels change and the body makes melatonin (the sleep hormone), blood pressure, heart beat etc. change at night.  So it is important to be more careful what you eat and drink, also keep active during breaks at night and have a light meal before you go to bed.   No caffene for at least 4 hours prior to sleep and no exercise or exciting movies, etc. before bed time.

The following video shares tips to help you get better sleep and be more relaxed about you night shift job. I think you will enjoy it.

Here is to your good night sleep!

 

September 1, 2008 Posted by | Lifestyle Change | , , , , , , , | 3 Comments