You have infinite potential but sometimes your results don’t reflect that potential. Deeply ingrained unconscious beliefs (feelings of certainty about what something means) are influencing these results in ways you cannot see. When you have a deep belief, even unconsciously, it can sabotage your potential through the actions or non-actions you take based on the belief. That then creates the less-than-desirable results that hold you back from real success.
If someone asked you to talk about American culinary traditions, you would most certainly include the art of grilling. Originating in the southern United States, barbecue culture has become so massive that cooking on the grill has become incredibly popular across the entire country. For many people, the word “barbecue” spurs thoughts of high-fat foods, such as pulled pork, brisket or glazed ribs. But this doesn’t mean that all barbecue foods are bad for you. There are many ways to use the grill to make healthy meals, and we’re here to help.
Although more women than ever before are coming into my office at least somewhat aware that imbalances in their thyroid might be at the root of symptoms that are making their lives impossible to enjoy, they often have no idea what to do about it.
Common hydrogen peroxide is great stuff with many uses ranging from cleaning wounds to working as a deodorant, and is a dirt cheap alternative which helps to avoid high priced cleaning products as well as the chemicals they contain that some environmentally and health conscious people want to eliminate from use.
Though overindulging in sugar may not lead to death, there’s more and more evidence that overconsumption of sugar is behind the inflammation that is at the root of so many serious diseases. The association between sugar and inflammation doesn’t hold true with naturally occurring sugar, like the kind found in fruit. It’s the added kind — designed to boost taste or prolong shelf life – that should be avoided.
Whenever a patient presents with symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), the first thing I want to know about isn’t what’s coming out, but rather, what they are putting into their bodies. One group of very common foods, FODMAPs, is a well-known IBS trigger, and avoiding them can be the key to relieving the bloating, diarrhea, nausea, constipation and other symptoms of IBS.
Mention the word “enema” and the person you are speaking with will either get it or they won’t. For the growing number of individuals who are in the know about the health benefits of enemas, however (and you may be one of them), the procedure has become an integral part of their regular health routine. Experts and those who practice it regularly both agree that for vibrant health, increased energy, the elimination of toxins and a multitude of other reasons, enemas are vital for overall health maintenance.