Friday, May 30, 2008

Transfer Factors Videos

Here are a few videos giving information on what Transfer Factors are, where they come from and what they can do for the inmune system. Pretty amazing stuff! Check out Dr. Kurt Woeller at the end of the list.

Saturday, January 13, 2007

Wellness and Chinese Five Element Theory

Chinese Five Element Theory is a powerful tool to create wellness in your life. This short article in about is an introduction to how food can be used to balance the five basic energies (earth, water, metal, wood, fire) recognized in Chinese Five Element Theory.

Information on how to create a wellness program can be found in Gail Reichstein`s book Wood Becomes Water: Chinese Medicine in Everyday Life.

More wellness information can be found at: Liquid Multivitamins and Nutrition Information Ctr. and Relaxation Zone.

Saturday, December 30, 2006

One more spin around the sun.....

The ancient Chinese started counting spins around the sun 4700 plus years ago and according to that way of counting the year is not over yet. Modern Chinese adopted the Gregorian calendar about 80 years ago. They call it the Yang calendar. Mr. Arguelles who has researched Mayan Calendar, says our lack of balance is probably related to the way we count the years. The yin part is missing.

If you think about it, Mr. Arguelles makes a lot of sense. We still have 49 (dog) days from the first day of the Yang Calendar (Gregorian) to the first day of the Yin Calendar (actually solilunar) to prepare for the new cycle (a change from Dog-Metal to Pig-Water). More about Chinese year counting and regaining balance here.

Bringing about balance into our lives is a matter of knowing our strengths and weakness across the five elements. Wellness is the result of energetic balance of the five elements within the organism as it is expressed through the body organs.

To learn more about Chinese Five Element Theory you can visit:

More information on wellness available at the Relaxation Zone and Liquid Multivitamins and Nutrition Information Ctr.

As we leave the Red Dog Year (4703/2006) and go into the Red Pig Year (4704/2007) I wish all my readers continuous balance in all aspects of living.

Monday, November 27, 2006

Pilates can aid some with Parkinson's

Just received from a friend this interesting news for Parkinson sufferers. Although unrelated to my central topic here I think it is an important finding that is worthwhile sharing.

Parkinson's, a degenerative disorder, inhibits a person's ability to
control movement. Its most common symptoms include tremors, slowness of
movement, rigidity and poor balance.

The Parkinson Center of the Oregon Health and Science University in
Portland held a Pilates pilot program earlier this year,
and after it found improvement in the participants' rigidity and
balance it launched a twice-weekly class open to the public.

Instructors say the basic principal of Pilates — increasing core
strength and improving flexibility and balance — is extremely helpful
in countering the effects of Parkinson's in some people.

"A lot of times exercise is as much for the head as it is for the
body," said John White of Corvallis, Ore. "To feel like you can help
yourself in some way is really important."

More information on wellness at Relaxation Zone, the Liquid Multivitamins and Nutrition Information Center and Healthy Habits.

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Friday, November 24, 2006

The Benefits of Fasting

Rhio lists short articles by Dr. Alan Goldhamer, a chiropractor in California and others to introduce you to the concept of fasting as a way "maximizing the body’s self-healing capacities."

You can find more information on nutrition and wellness at: Relaxation Zone and "Liquid Multivitamins and Nutrients Information Center".

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Friday, November 17, 2006

Fast Food Nation

One of's Best Book of 2001 by Eric Schlosser, Fast Food Nation opened as a movie today. Check out the trailers at IMBD. Read author Eric Schlosser`s interview by Susan Gerhard at Greencine.

An excerpt from this interview follows:

"The book is a work of investigative journalism by me. The film is a Richard Linklater film. Two totally different people are having their say on the same subject. They're just really different. I think the only way the film could be good was if it's totally different, if it obeys its own rules."

More on nutritional wellness here.

Healthy Living News - C2NN

Health news from people that care at C2NN

You can also find stories on environment, society, science, animals, world and politics.

More information on wellness at: Relaxation Zone and Liquid Nutrition Information Center.

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Thursday, November 09, 2006


I just joined Care 2, a portal that allows you to network with people who care and want to influence the world positively.  They provide you with a free email account that generates donations to worthy causes.  You can also share news that can help other people find out how they can help and get involved with a particular cause.

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