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Protect yourself from Electromagnetic Fields

Protect yourself from Electromagnetic Fields

Protect yourself from Electromagnetic Fields

Protect yourself from Electromagnetic Fields! Is this modern world of ours, modern technology is cool, amazing and improves our lives to some degree. However, there is a dark side to this technology because of all the electromagnetic fields that they emit.

It’s important to learn how to protect yourself from Electromagnetic Fields. You may think that there are no problems with these electromagnetic fields, but there is and there is research to prove it. These electromagnetic fields are affecting our immune systems, endocrine systems and even our cellular systems, especially the health of our mitochondria.

The following article is all about learning how to Protect yourself from Electromagnetic Fields. This article comes from EMF Warriors. Here is the link to the article on the EMF Warrior Website. Protect yourself from Electromagnetic Fields

You can also read the article below.

EMFs are everywhere but you can’t see, smell, hear, taste or touch them – the only way to determine if your home is safe for you and your children is to test. All EMF warriors who are serious about identifying nnEMFs in their environment have an EMF testing meter close at hand. To ensure you or your family are not being overexposed you need to test areas where you spend lots of time – your home, office and even your car. Testing is the most important thing you can do to protect yourself and your family. You can also hire testing equipment or engage a professional such as a building biologist to test your environment for you.

Common sources of nnEMFs in your home or office (excluding fake lights):

  • Bluetooth devices
  • Cordless phones
  • Computers and laptops
  • Digital alarm clocks
  • Electrical wiring
  • Microwave ovens
  • ‘Smart’ appliances
  • Smart meters
  • Smartphones and tablets
  • Solar panel invertors
  • TV screens
  • Wi-fi routers
  • Wireless modems
  • Wireless video game consoles
  • Wireless burglar alarms
  • Wireless baby monitors
  • Wireless printers

Some other hazards you might be exposed to that come from outside your home or office:

  • Telecommunication tower antennas and base stations
  • Radio and TV antennas
  • Electricity substations
  • High-voltage cables
  • Your neighbours’ smart meters.

The next step is to educate yourself. The best way is to join www.emfwarriors.com to access our free library and information on this website.

Here are some immediate actions everyone can take to improve their EMF hygiene

  1. Get into the habit of waking up and getting morning sun. Nothing beats the full spectrum rays coming from the sun. Expose your face and whole body if you can – about 30 minutes a day first thing around sunrise is optimal. If you can go to the beach to get the photons from the sun, electrons from the sand and minerals from the ocean. If you live away from the coast go for a bare foot walk in the park. No sunglasses.
  2. Determine if a smart meter has been installed in your meter box (usually without your permission or knowledge) If so ask your utility company to replace it.
  3. Replace all cordless phones in your home with wired versions – you could, alternatively, if you must buy a low-radiation DECT cordless phone to reduce the amount of nnEMFs travelling about.
  4. If you can’t use a landline to make a call use speaker mode on your smartphone holding the phone at least 30 cm away from your body. If you need privacy purchase a pair of air tube headsets.
  5. Use ethernet cables instead of wi-fi. Use an ethernet cable to connect all computers (includes baby monitors and tablets) to the internet, rather than a wireless router. Not everyone loves this option, as you can’t just stand up and walk around with your computer. But the extra benefit is that data transmission is much faster. Only turn on your wi-fi router when necessary, typically when visitors require access. Otherwise keep it unplugged from the electrical outlet.
  6. If you have to work with electronic devices at night, wear blue blocking glasses. (Some say you should also wear them during the day if you’re working indoors under artificial lights.) The glasses help reduces the intensity of the blue light getting into your eyes, and reduce the degree to which melatonin is suppressed in your system. You can also install f.lux on all computers; and you enable Night Shift mode on your iPhone if you have one.
  7. Build a sleep sanctuary and switch off everything in the bedroom or don’t have any devices in there to begin with. That means phones and tablets are turned off and in another room, no digital alarm clock or TV and all lights are off. Sleeping in total darkness promotes melatonin secretion in your body, and helps you rest and recover deeply.
  8. Most of all, whenever you can, take a break and get out in nature – get some sun, get some surf, and put your bare feet on the ground, whether that’s on weekends, on holidays or before work.

Sleep your way to excellent health

Effective Sleep

Healthy Sleep

Sleep is one of the most important aspects of life to ensure a healthy body and mind. A good night sleep revives the immune system, improves brain health, restores healthy bacteria in the digestive system, and revives the endocrine system (hormones). Unfortunately, millions of people suffer from insomnia and other sleep issues. It’s an epidemic. The following article by Kate B. Forsyth, a writer for Be Healthy Today, will help you on your journey to a better and healthier sleep regime. 

7 Proven Tips to Ensure a Good Night’s Sleep

Sleep is one of the most important factors a body needs in order to function properly. However, due to the day and age we now live in, plenty of other factors get in the way of us getting the sleep that we deserve. There’s stress at work, stress at home, heck, even stress from the environment.

There are many things that people do to make sure they get the best sleep. Some have nightly rituals, some invest in the best sleepwear, some even hire people to help them get to sleep. If you are able to rest fully and properly, you will get tons of benefits, both mentally and physically.

What exactly will you get? Well, if you regularly get a good night’s sleep, you will have healthier skin and a more youthful appearance. It encourages healthy cell division. It will improve your ability to learn new motor skills by 20 percent. It boosts your brain health. Developing good bedtime habits ensures that your body gets the rest it needs, helps you better manage stress, and provides you with more energy during the day. And finally, it improves productivity and also the overall quality of life. Basically, if you have healthy sleeping habits down pat, they will greatly improve your overall life.

Here are some tips and tricks that guarantee you to be sleeping like a baby and waking up full of energy.

  1. Avoid Caffeine. Nicotine, and Alcohol

Caffeine is a stimulant that can keep you awake. Make sure to avoid drinking coffee, soda, tea, or chocolate at least 4–6 hours before your intended bedtime.

Also, smokers should not use tobacco products too close to sleeping time. Smoking alters the expression of clock genes in the lungs and the brain. This ruins and disrupts a restful sleep. It’s been noted that smokers experience restless sleep and are more likely to suffer from insomnia.

With regard to alcohol, yes, it may help to bring on sleep. However, once the body starts to process the alcohol, it increases the number of times you wake up during night. Make sure to limit your alcohol intake to at most 2 glasses, and avoid drinking within 3 hours of bedtime.

  1. Exercise, Exercise, Exercise

Regular exercise promotes good quality sleep. As little as 10 minutes of aerobic exercise every day is enough to improve your quality of sleep. This makes sure you don’t feel sleepy during the day.

In addition, regular exercise improves the symptoms of sleep apnea as well as insomnia. Also, it increases the amount of time you spend in the deep and restorative stages of sleep.

Working out in the morning or early afternoon is the best choice. If you exercise too close to your bedtime, it interferes with your sleep. Try to finish moderate to vigorous exercises at least 3 hours before bedtime.

  1. Limit Daytime Naps

Many people  make naps a regular part of the day. Although napping is a good way to make up for lost sleep, if you have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep at night, napping can make it worse.

However, if you can’t stop yourself from dozing off, make sure to limit the napping time to 15–20 minutes. Also, make sure to take them in the early afternoon. Having late-day naps decreases your sleep drive.

  1. Set a Sleep Schedule

It’s a good idea to keep a consistent sleep schedule. That means getting up and going to sleep at around the same time every day, even on weekends or when you’re on vacation. Experts recommend at least 7 hours and at most 9 hours of sleep every day.

This helps regulate your body clock and helps you fall asleep faster and stay asleep for the rest of the night. Keeping a schedule also makes you feel more energized when you wake up.

For bedtime, choose a time when you normally feel tired. If you feel drowsy a few hours before your intended bedtime, do something mildly stimulating. Some examples are washing the dishes, arranging your books, or calling a friend.

During the weekends, do not sleep in. If you need to make up for a late night, a short daytime nap will do.

  1. Dim the Lights

Before going to bed, dim the lights and put away electronic devices with backlights. Dimming the lights boosts your body’s melatonin production. Melatonin is a naturally occurring hormone that helps regulate your sleep-wake cycle. What happens is if it gets dark, your brain secretes more melatonin, making you sleepy.

Also, this means no more late-night binge watching. This is because the light from the TV suppresses melatonin. Also, most programs nowadays are stimulating rather than relaxing.

  1. Make Your Room Conducive for Sleep

Keep in mind that your bed is for two things only: sleep and sex. That’s it.

Make sure there are no disruptive noises that can be heard in your room. Also, ensure your room temperature is just right. Many people sleep best in a slightly cool room with adequate ventilation.

If you still have some trouble falling asleep, try using scents that can help you zone out. Smells like ylang-ylang, lavender, and chamomile activate the alpha wave activity in the back of your brain. This leads to a feeling of relaxation and will help you sleep more soundly.

And of course, make sure you have a comfortable bed and pillows. It is essential that your sleeping posture keeps your head and neck in a straight line in order to avoid tension or cramps that can prevent you from falling asleep.

  1. Don’t Force Sleep

There are just some nights where you can’t fall asleep easily. And the more you toss and turn, the more your eyes remain open. If you find yourself unable to sleep after about 15 minutes, get out of bed and do something that will relax you. Some light reading or listening to soothing music are good examples.

 

Author Bio:

KATE

Kate B. Forsyth is a writer for Be Healthy Today, who specializes in health and nutrition. Her passion is to help people get an overall transformation of health that lasts a lifetime. In her blog posts, she goes beyond research by providing health-concerned citizens doable and simple tricks to achieve a healthier lifestyle.

 

Crohn’s Disease

Digestive health issues are a huge epidemic in our society and one of the of most alarming digestive diseases is Crohn’s disease. Crohn’s disease is growing at a fast rate and unfortunately, modern medicine does not and will not have the answer or cure. Why are many people suffering from Crohn’s disease?

Crohn’s disease is classified as an Irritable Bowel Disease and it is a chronic inflammatory condition of the gastrointestinal tract. Crohn’s disease is also classified as an autoimmune disorder where the body attacks itself. It mainly occurs in the last part of the small intestine, called the ileum and the beginning of the large colon. However, Crohn’s disease can occur anywhere along the entire gastrointestinal tract, from the mouth to the anus and it can affect the entire thickness of the bowel wall. 

Some of the most common symptoms of Crohn’s disease include the following: persistent diarrhea, rectal bleeding, an urgent need to move bowels, abdominal cramps and pain, a sensation of incomplete evacuation and constipation. Other symptoms can include fever, loss of appetite, weight loss, fatigue, night sweats and a loss of normal menstrual cycles. 

The main cause of Crohn’s disease is a poor diet made possible from our modern society with the large processed food companies, fast food restaurants, agricultural chemical products in the form of pesticides and the ever increasing genetical modified organisms (GMOs) in the food supply. All of these modern applications to our food supply wreck havoc on our entire digestive and immune systems by greatly weakening the body’s ability to generate proper levels of stomach acid (hydrochloric acid), the body’s ability to absorb nutrients within the small intestine and the body’s ability to keep the proper balance of bacteria, mainly in the large intestine, but throughout the entire body. When these functions of the body are weakened or destroyed, disease sets in and one of these diseases is Crohn’s disease. Simply put, Crohn’s disease is the inability of the digestive system to digest, absorb and assimilate the nutrients necessary for a healthy body and mind. This sets the stage for the body to start attacking itself because the body sees the undigested food in the blood steam as a foreign invader. Couple the undigested food with the chemicals from food and body care products and the stage for general war against the body is set. 

The best way to mitigate or cure Crohn’s disease is a complete lifestyle change, beginning with healthy food. The most healing diet includes the following foods: grass fed beef, pastured chicken, wild fish, pastured eggs, oysters, avocados, coconut oil, olive oil, cod liver oil, bone broth from pastured animals, raw pastured butter, raw cow or goat milk, raw cow or goat yogurt and kefir, homemade vegetable juice, steamed vegetables, raw apple cider vinegar, raw honey and perhaps, some fruit here and there. All of these foods need to be hormone free and organic. Each person with Crohn’s disease will be at a different stage in their dealing with this disease and the above listed foods will vary from person to person. Some folks will be able to eat some fruit and cooked vegetables and some will not. Some folks will be able to digest raw milk and some will not. Some folks will have to eat a completely raw primal diet to ensure the best path to healing. Grains, beans, pasteurized dairy, nuts, seeds, added sweeteners, starches and raw vegetables need to be avoided to ensure the best healing of the digestive system. Avoid all processed foods, fast foods, GMO foods and pesticide laden foods. 

Certain supplements will be helpful and these supplements will vary from person to person. These supplements include the following: HCL with pepsin capsules, digestive bitters, digestive enzymes, probiotics, raw cod liver oil, whole foods based vitamin C, whole foods based zinc, other whole foods based vitamins and minerals, adaptogenic herbs, terramin clay and other supplements. 

Besides a radical change in diet, other lifestyle changes include the following: using very little body care products and these body care products need to be organic, getting outside as much as possible and soaking up the sunlight, following circadian rhythm, doing some Earthing (putting your bare feet on the Earth), engaging in moving your body, deep breathing, emotional expression and healing, reducing stress levels, spending time with loved ones, and standing up for yourself. Of course, there are other healthy lifestyle changes to incorporate into your life and it will vary from person to person.

Crohn’s disease is a challenging and sometimes, a major life altering disease. If we are going to see any reduction in Crohn’s disease with the hopes of curing it, we start with what we eat and we eat foods that have healing energy and properties; and from there, we start to radical change the way we live on every level of life: physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. 

Circadian rhythm

Circadian rhythm is becoming more popular and for great reasons. When you strive to follow circadian rhythm you will begin to feel better. You will have more energy, a stronger immune system, a better working mind, a better sex life and a happier outlook on life. 

By following Circadian rhythm your hormones, especially leptin and melatonin, will become more effective in helping you feel amazing. Most folks are bathed in artificial lights too much and for too many hours after the sun sets. This throws off the production, timing and effectiveness of leptin and melatonin and a host of other hormones and neurotransmitters such as insulin, cortisol, dopamine and serotonin.

A huge health issue in the world is the lack of quality sleep. With staying up way past dark in artificial lights, melatonin will be greatly affected and it will not be sufficiently produced. The blue light from the cell phone, computer screen and light bulbs blocks the enzyme that converts serotonin to melatonin. Insomnia sets in and major immune problems can come into play because melatonin is the body’s main anti-oxidant and the body needs sleep to repair and to rebuild. Another hormone, that is a major anti-oxidant, is prolactin. Prolactin will only turn on if there has been sufficient production of melatonin. No wonder so many people have compromised immune systems. 

Strive to do your best in following the sun and circadian rhythm around the year and the four seasons: winter, spring, summer and autumn. 

Here is a video of mine on the benefits of wearing blue light blocking glasses

Blue Blockers

Here is another article from the Weston A. Price Foundation.

Weston A. Price

Following Circadian Rhythm will truly improve your health: physically, mentally and emotionally.

Cure for Cancer

Everyone has been touched by cancer, by knowing a relative or friend who had or has cancer or by having cancer, yourself, in the past or currently. Most all of us know someone that has died from cancer. Why is cancer such an epidemic in our society? Will there ever be a cure for cancer? Will modern medicine ever discover the cure for cancer or does the cure for cancer lie within the power of Mother Nature?

From my research and investigation, the War on Cancer from modern medicine is not working and the real cure for cancer lies within the natural world. 

The cure for cancer is a combination of several aspects of life, beginning with eating organic and truly healthy food, with a good amount of raw foods, including raw animal protein and raw animal fat. Other natural health aspects to cure cancer include using healthy body care products and cleaning products, following the circadian rhythm of the Sun as best as you can, walking barefoot (Earthing) on natural surfaces, sleeping well as sleeping dictates a healthy or unhealthy immune system, a healthy or unhealthy hormonal system and a healthy or unhealthy bacteria balance, drinking pure and filtered water, avoiding GMO foods, avoiding heavy metals such as mercury, aluminum, fluoride and lead, avoiding negative people and negative thoughts as best as you can, eating with the seasons, moving your body, engaging in some sort of strength training, breathing deeply throughout the day and engaging in a daily meditation and prayer practice. 

I could write much more on these natural health aspects that, when combined, make up the best and real cure for cancer, but instead, I will leave you with a 30 minute audio on The Real Cure for Cancer. 

The Real Cure for Cancer

 

Primal Radiance

Primal Radiance is about getting back to the way we were born to live, with amazing health, energy and vitality. In order to live with awesome health, we have to re-learn how to live in harmony with ourselves and with Mother Nature. As a whole, we have lost our way and we are greatly suffering with an overall unhealthy society. The rate of illness and disease is staggering, but it does not have to be this way. 

Primal Radiance is a revolution to bring health and healing to the world, through healthy food, seasonal eating, circadian rhythm, primal movement and exercise, barefoot walking known as Earthing, deep conversations, deep connections with others, meditation, deep breathing, more play, less stress, more energy, less material goods, more soulful and spiritual experiences, more emotional living and expression, more laughter and an overall shift in thinking and living to make the Earth and ourselves to become more joyful and healthy. 

Gillette Nutriton inspires and motivates people from all walks of life to live with awesome and amazing health, well into their golden years. Primal Nutrition and living with Primal Radiance is the best prevention and cure for illness and disease. 

Here is the link to my Primal Radiance Show on Zeno Radio. Primal Radiance

Listen to my archive on Primal Radiance!  What is Primal Radiance? 

Take small steps on a daily basis on your journey to living with amazing health: physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. 

 

Seasonal Affective Disorder

In the winter season, many folks experience seasonal affective disorder. Seasonal affective disorder is also known as winter depression, winter blues, or seasonal depression. It is a mood disorder, in which people who have normal mental health throughout most of the year experience depressive symptoms in the winter. 

The best way to beat seasonal affective disorder is through seasonal eating, circadian rhythm, earthing, exercise and deep connections with others. These healthy factors will balance hormones and neurotransmitters throughout your body and brain.

Watch the video below for more information on how to defeat seasonal affective disorder and feel happy and awesome during the winter season.

Health and Healing

Spice Master G is in the house of health and healing!
Spreading the news of organics, grass fed beef and good ole grass fed butter.
Foods we are meant to eat, that our ancestors ate; and they did not have these chronic diseases of our modern world.
Cancer, heart disease, arthritis and diabetes are running amok, along with fatigue, digestive problems and insomnia.
It’s time to get rid of the GMOs, the low fat processed crap, the refined sugar and artificial toxic sweeteners. Are you ready for some health and healing?


Take back your health with lots of healthy fat, protein, and veggies, good sleep, filtered water, sunshine, outdoor activities, circadian rhythm, Earthing and community with family and friends.
2016 is the year for awesome and amazing health, and 2016 is the year for out of the box thinking, doing and being! Health and Healing is the mantra for 2016!

Seasonal Eating

Follow circadian rhythm and eat in season. Seasonal eating is the way to eat. This is the way we are designed to eat. With seasonal eating you eat more fat and protein in the late fall and winter and more carbohydrates in the late spring and summer.

Bt following seasonal eating, your hormones and neurotransmitters will be more in balance, especially if you couple seasonal eating with circadian rhythm; and sleep and rise with the sun.

More information on seasonal eating in the video below.

Nutritionist in Denver

Being a nutritionist in Denver is exciting and fun as I help one person at a time to achieve awesome and amazing health! My confidence and the results with my clients allows me to state that I am one of the best, if not, the best nutritionist in Denver. My passion is on fire when it comes to spreading the truth about healthy food and how nutrition is the best prevention and cure for illness and disease.

Being a nutritionist in Denver, I know that people are busy, perhaps too busy, and they are stressed; and they want to enjoy life, with a full social calendar and outdoor activities such as hiking, biking and snowboarding; and they want to stay healthy; and this is where I stand out! I have done the research and I know that being healthy is more than just good nutrition. Nutrition is the foundation of a healthy body and mind, but there are other aspects of life that are very important and I know some of these key aspects.

The most important aspects, other than nutrition, are the following: emotional health and expression, stress reduction, exercise and the two missing links called circadian rhythm and earthing. These two missing links are so important to living an energized and vibrant life. Circadian rhythm is about doing your best to be awake and asleep with the rising and setting of the sun, eating foods that are in season and minimizing being on the computer and cell phone after the sun sets. Earthing is about placing your bare-feet on the the Earth: grass, sand, dirt, etc. With Earthing, you will receive negative electrons from the Earth and these negative electrons will decrease inflammation and increase your energy and overall health.

I enjoy being a nutritionist in Denver as I teach my clients more than just nutrition. I teach them life skills that help them live long and vibrant lives without succumbing to a chronic illness or disease.

Here is some awesome information on Earthing. https://earthing.com/

Check out some of my previous blogs on Circadian Rhythm and Earthing. If you want to talk with an amazing nutritionist in Denver, please call me. I offer a short evaluation for free.