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Fit Body: Inhaling the Joy of Life Conscious Breathwork

by Marlaina Donato

Our first breath is instinctual and belly-deep, but as we grow into life, everyday stress and trauma can bring us into the shallows. Mindful breathing can help guide our breath back to its original, healthy rhythm. Both the brain and organs benefit from increased oxygen, and the vagus nerve that connects the two—prompted by changes in the body’s pH levels—releases acetylcholine, a neurotransmitter responsible for lowering heart rate. Read More

Healthy Eating: Nutritional Protocols for Cancer

By Linda L. Isaacs

In the early 1960s, Dr. William Donald Kelley, an orthodontist in Grapevine, Texas, found his health rapidly going downhill. He had become emaciated, with a tumor protruding from his abdomen. Since CT scans and needle biopsies were not available in that era, he was given the presumptive diagnosis of pancreatic cancer with liver metastases, and told to get his affairs in order. Instead, Kelley put himself on a nutritional protocol.  Read More


Inspiration: Conscious Holidays
By Lin Weiss, MH CYT

Breathe in the sights and sensations of this sacred season of Light. Take a few moments to be still and listen to the wisdom of your heart.  Listen with your inner ears and feel your heart beat. Attune to its natural rhythm with your breath.

If you take just a few moments now to experience your soul’s essence in this way, you will raise your vibrational frequency. This process is a way of receiving and inviting the life force energies into one’s own being. Harmonizing mind, body and spirit in this way elevates consciousness, revitalizes the spirit and brings radiant, vibrant health and wellbeing.  Read More

Sustainable Living: Burn Notice, Safe and Sustainable Fireplace Practices

One of the charms of winter is enjoying the warmth and glow of indoor fireplaces and wood stoves. It also emphasizes the need for sustainable, safe and healthy practices—especially when it comes to maintaining air quality. Read More

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Plant Medicine: Smaller Couldn’t Be Bigger-Nanotechnology & CBD
by J Garnet

For centuries, people lived with the idea that bigger is better, a bigger house, a bigger boat, a bigger car. It appears that smaller is the new big, even when it comes to medicine. With the development of nanotechnology, it seems that electronics are not the only products that are getting smaller. Nanotechnology is now being used during medical treatments and surgical services and is even being used to make medicine more effective.  Read More



Greetings!!

Letter from the Publishers

Greetings!

It seems this year we’ve had cold weather come earlier. We had hoped to have the wood heater installed to keep us all toasty warm in The Cabin by now but I feel certain it will happen. Until then, it’s like camping out and you know, some people travel long distances to do this on purpose. Read More


affirming naturally by Doyle Ward

affirming naturally:  I have unlimited potential.

 by Doyle Ward

You have more than 55,000 thoughts each day. Many are the same thoughts over and over again. Every single one is an affirmation; this also includes everything that you say. By reducing your negative thoughts and words and increasing the positive ones, you can reshape your life.  Expecting a better day helps to create a better life. The only place we have to take action or make changes is the present  moment.  Read More


GLOBAL BRIEFS

Cruise Line Abandons Plastic Bottles
Electric Vehicles Get Their Own ‘Gas’ Station
Making Meat Without Animals
Government Order Reduces Animal Testing
Pond Plants Offer Protein Strategy
Forests and Shrubs Lower Medical Costs
Biosolar Leaf Purifies Air in London



HEALTH BRIEFS

Eat Mushrooms to Lower Risk of Prostate Cancer
Reduce Blood Pressure and Heart Attacks With Better Gut Bacteria
Maintain a Healthy Diet and Weight to Lower Cataract Risk
Train Students in Mindfulness to Reduce Stress and Improve Grades
Eat a Better Diet to Improve Gut Bacteria
Marry to Halve the Risk of Dementia
Extreme Weather Events Affect Mental Well-Being
Eat Nuts to Reduce Odds of Death From Heart Disease



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