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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.

Health Benefits of Hiking are Amazing!

Hiking in Mother Nature is divine! The health benefits of hiking are amazing. Not only does hiking improve your physical health, it also improves your mental, emotional and spiritual health. Hiking induces endorphins to be made by the pituitary gland. Endorphins help relieve pain and induce feelings of pleasure or euphoria. Other health benefits of hiking include heart health, brain health, joint health, and immune system health. YAY to the health benefits of hiking.  

Here is a wonderful article on the health benefits of hiking from Fit and Me. The article is entitled: The 9 Benefits of Hiking That Will Have You Exploring New Places All Day Long.

Here is the full article. 

Have you ever gone for a really nice hike before? Taking a lengthy walk can be a really rewarding experience, both mentally and physically. The benefits of hiking are quite numerous and they are definitely all worthwhile the experience. Things like increased heart health, weight control, a better mental outlook, better mental function, and socializing with others are just a few of the benefits that you can reap from going on regular hikes.

In our opinion, there is nothing better than getting in tune with Mother Nature and walking through a forest or up a mountainside. To find out what all of the benefits of hiking are and what they entail for you, just keep reading to get all of the valuable info that we have to offer.

Benefit #1: Helps You Socialize

Benefits of Hiking

Hiking

The first thing that we really like about hiking is that it is quite a social thing to do. Sure, if you prefer to get some peace and quiet and hike by yourself, just you and nature, you can definitely do that. However, generally speaking, people go hiking in groups with friends or even with tour groups. Therefore hiking is a great way to socialize and spend time with your friends.

We all know that adults are busy creatures and between children, work, and other responsibilities, we don’t get nearly enough time to catch up with our old buddies. Hiking is definitely a great way for you to catch up with old friends.

Even better is if you take part in hiking or tour groups because it will get you out there, help you make friends, and enlarge your social circle. This is especially beneficial if you spend a lot of time at home or cramped inside a cubicle. The fact of the matter is that nobody likes to be alone and we all need friends. If you don’t have many friends you may want to try joining some kind of outdoor hiking group.

Benefit #2: Burning Calories & Losing Weight

One of the biggest benefits that you can get from going on regular hikes is that it is extremely healthy in terms of weight loss and maintaining a healthy weight level. Hiking does not only involve walking of course. When you hike, often you put on some thick clothes, heavy hiking boots, and usually you also pack a pretty big backpack that is full of food, supplies, and other goodies too.

While simply walking some trails may not seem that strenuous, that is definitely not the case. Depending on the level of difficulty of the hiking trail in question, plus the amount of gear that you are carrying, not to mention the speed at which you walk at, you can burn up to 500 calories in just 1 hour of hiking.

Of course, the more gear you carry with you, the faster you walk, and the more difficult the trail is, the more calories you will burn. If you want to increase the difficulty of your hike and thus the number of calories burned, you can choose to hike in hilly or mountainous terrain. It is actually shown that hiking at higher altitudes can help burn an increased number of calories due to the extra strain that is put on your body due to the altitude.

Moreover, if you don’t have too many calories in your system which are ready to be turned into energy, your body will turn to your fat deposits to produce energy, thus directly contributing to weight loss. Even better is the fact that exercise helps to boost your metabolic rate, thus helping your body burn calories or fat at an increased rate, ultimately also helping you to lose weight even faster.

Benefit #3: It’s Great For All Fitness Levels

Benefits of Hiking

Something else that we really like about hiking is that it is great for all ages and fitness levels too. If you aren’t in very good shape and are just getting started with leading a healthy lifestyle, you can go for a short hike on relatively flat terrain.

That is a relatively good starting point and will get you used to exercising. Once you progress and start to become fitter you can increase the difficulty of your hike by choosing to hike through harder terrain, and eventually even progress into something like mountain climbing. You can also increase the difficulty by carrying your gear with you or walking at a faster pace, thus making it ideal for people who are already in fairly good shape.

Moreover, hiking, especially in fairly easy conditions, is something that children and seniors can do too. Speaking of children and the elderly, hiking is a great way to get the whole family engaged in some healthy physical exercise.

Benefit #4: Working Out Your Muscles

Another thing that is extremely beneficial about hiking is that you actually get a pretty good full body workout that helps to keep your muscles in shape and even build them bigger too. This does of course depend on the difficulty of your hike, but even minimal walking is still good for the muscles in your legs.

Walking over rough terrain such as a forest or mountain scene definitely does put your legs to the test, therefore working out your glutes, quadriceps, and hamstrings too. However, if you choose to walk uphill, the strain put on your muscles gets multiplied, thus actually strengthening and enlarging your muscles.

Moreover, if you are hiking in very extreme terrain you might be forced to climb over rocks, ridges, and trees, thus also utilizing your core, back, and arm muscles. Also, since you probably have a hiking pack with food, first aid tools, tents, and maybe some extra clothes, you will also work out your core, back, and shoulders thanks to the virtue of carrying around a bunch of heavy equipment.

Benefit #5: Create Your Own Exercise Path

Benefits of Hiking

Something which we really like about hiking is that it gives you the opportunity to chart your own course and work out the way in which suits you the best. Hiking is fantastic because you can hike anywhere you want.

That could be in your local city whilst you explore landmarks, you can go for a hike at the nearest beach and maybe even go for a swim, you can hike through the forest and get in tune with the trees, or you can go for a difficult mountain hike too. The variety you get from hiking is definitely a big bonus.

Moreover, you can also choose how fast you go and how hard your exercise is. You can walk at a very slow pace if you choose, you can go at a brisk walk, or if the mood hits you, you can even take a jog too. It’s a really good type of exercise because you can also choose the distance you go. It’s great because you don’t have to go to the gym and get yelled at by sometimes snooty instructors and you can see the finest of nature at the very same time.

Benefit #6: Controlling Health Problems

The next thing that hiking is good for is to keep you healthy. What we mean by that is something as simple as hiking can help combat diabetes. It is a well-known fact that regular exercise can help control diabetes by controlling blood sugar levels. Hiking is a good way to utilize your muscles, as we discussed earlier, and this using of your muscles moves glucose from your bloodstream by converting it into energy.

In essence, this has to do with your metabolism because the more you hike, the better your metabolism gets, and the more sugar gets removed from your blood, something which is essential when it comes to controlling diabetes.

On that same note, hiking is also a form of cardiovascular exercise and it can be light or strenuous cardio exercise depending where you hike and what gear you are carrying. The point is that cardiovascular exercise is of course very good for you. It trains your heart and lungs to be more efficient in terms of delivering blood and oxygen to your muscles, thus increasing physical performance.

Regular cardiovascular exercise is also shown to help control cholesterol levels, control high blood pressure, decrease your resting heart rate, lower the instance of cardiovascular and arterial disease, and helps lower the chances of suffering from a traumatic event such as a heart attack. If you want to be heart healthy and keep your body in top condition, hiking is definitely a good way to get started.

There is also something that is even better than cardiovascular health and that is the healing of your body, especially from diseases such as cancer. It is shown that long distance hiking helps to improve the antioxidative capacity of your body and may also increase the amount of antioxidants in your body. An increased amount of antioxidants in the body is very good because it helps to fight off cancerous disease in ontological patients, also known as those who suffer from cancer.

Benefit #7: Increasing Moods & Happiness

Benefits of Hiking

Yet another benefit that comes along with hiking is that it has the ability to help make you happier and increase your mood too. One of the main ways in which hiking helps to make you happier and even lessen the severity of depression is because of the outdoors. It is shown that exercising outdoors or even just simply being outside helps people feel happier. There is just something about the serenity and beautiful nature of the outdoors that seems to improve people’s moods.

There is of course also the fact that hiking outdoors is a form of exercise, exercise which causes you brain to produce feel happy chemicals. When you exercise your brain produces neurochemicals such as serotonin as well as various endocannabinoids. Serotonin is a natural chemical present in your brain which produces feelings of happiness, elation, and a sense of increased general well-being, thus making you feel happier and helping to deal with things like depression, stress, and anxiety at the same time.

At the same time, endocannabinoids, some of the compounds present in marijuana, also help to make you feel happier, more relaxed and less anxious, and can also reduce the perception of pain. If you are sick of feeling down in the dumps, hiking might just be the solution you need to make you happier and improve your mental health.

Benefit #8: It Won’t Cost You A Fortune

Something else that you might just appreciate about hiking as a form of exercise is that it won’t cost you very much. Sure, to go hiking on a regular basis you may want to get a decent pair of hiking boots and maybe even a good backpack to carry the essentials with you, but past that you really don’t need anything. You don’t have to buy expensive gym memberships and you don’t have to waste money on transportation either. All you need to do is to put on a pair of shoes and get outdoors.

Benefit #9: Increasing Brain Power

The final thing we want to mention when it comes to hiking is that it helps to get the juices flowing to your mind. It is shown that hiking helps people be more creative, helps with problem-solving skills, and also helps people increase their attention spans. Fresh air is always good for the brain, plus it doesn’t hurt to take some time apart from our computers and smartphones either! Being outside can actually make you smarter!

Conclusion

As you can see, there are many benefits of hiking. The fact of the matter is that even though hiking may not be the most intense form of physical exercise around, it is still more than enough to provide you with a wide variety of health benefits. Both your mind and your body will feel much better from something as simple as hiking through the forest. If you haven’t already tried hiking you don’t know what you are missing out on, so strap on some boots and get out there!

 

 

Earthing and barefoot walking improves overall health

Earthing and barefoot hiking

Earthing

It’s time to get back to nature by taking off your shoes and walking on the earth: grass, sand, dirt, on the beach, etc. Barefoot walking is making a come back and for good reasons. It’s called Earthing! It means living in contact with the Earth’s natural surface charge. You are grounded when you are Earthing. By barefoot walking or by just placing your bare-feet on the ground while sitting, you will receive negative electrons from the Earth and your body will feel more relaxed. Inflammation and sore muscles will decrease and your state of mind will be more joyful. There is something magical about barefoot walking on Mother Earth.

Earthing is both a timeless practice and a modern discovery. When you are grounded to the Earth, you receive healing powers from Mother Earth. Our Mother is here to help us heal.

As a kid, I remember going barefoot in the back yard and when I was at the beach. It felt good, but I did not know of the benefits and neither did anyone else. I discovered the re-born aspects of Earthing from a book, called, “Earthing: The most important health discovery ever!” The authors are Clinton Ober, Stephen Sinatra, MD and Martin Zucker. Clinton and thousands of other people, many who are documented in the book, have seen their health rebound from Earthing. It makes sense as humans for millions of years were connected to the Earth by being barefoot or by wearing shoes that connected to the Earth. Shoes of the past were made from natural plant fibers or animal hides and these shoes had the Earthing connection. Since the invention of plastic shoes, and high-heeled shoes, narrow toe box shoes, etc., the health of humans has declined with aching  joints, bad posture, back pain, foot pain, muscle soreness and overall inflammation. Inflammation is a driving component in illness and disease.

When you start to do some Earthing, take your time and just stand on the Earth’s natural surfaces. Later on, you can walk and before long, you might even go barefoot hiking. The more you do it, the better you will feel from being grounded to the Earth. Even when the weather gets cooler and eventually, cold, you can still do some Earthing. I know as I Earth in all types of weather. Your body will adapt to the ever-changing weather of Mother Earth. I have found when it’s chilly or cold, just stand in place and your bare feet will slowly warm up the ground. Strive to Earth for about 20 minutes or longer if you can. I have felt the best benefits when I Earth for at least 20 minutes, but any amount of Earthing has healing benefits.

Many people who Earth have experienced many awesome healing benefits. Here is a list of some of the health improvements that people have reported: Improved Posture, reduction and sometimes, elimination of back pain and foot pain, better sleep, increase in mental focus and power, healthier immune system, reduction in arthritis, reduction in blood pressure, reduction is stress levels, including a reduction in cortisol, increase in libido, increase in energy, healthier skin, healthier metabolism, and much more.

What are negative electrons and why does the Earth contain them? According to science, atoms are made of extremely tiny particles called protons, neutrons, and electrons. Protons and neutrons are in the center of the atom, making up the nucleus. Electrons surround the nucleus. Protons have a positive charge. Electrons have a negative charge. The natural frequencies of the Earth are made up of waves of energy and the motions of subatomic particles called free electrons cause these waves. Electrons have a negative charge. These electrons give the Earth’s surface a natural, negative charge. There is a constant flow of electrons to the Earth’s surface from rain and lightning strikes. By grounding, we receive and absorb these negative electrons into our bodies. These free negative electrons reduce free radicals in our bodies and reduce chronic inflammation and bring a state of homeostasis to our bodies. Our body’s natural electric state is restored.

Here is some more wonderful information about Earthing. Information!

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 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. 

 

Oysters for Health!

One of the most nutritious and powerful foods are oysters. Oysters for health! Growing up near the coast in Virginia, I ate a lot of seafood, including oysters from the Chesapeake Bay. Back then, I had no idea how heathy oysters were. I do now. 

Oysters are known as an aphrodisiac in some cultures. Perhaps it’s the shape and texture that make them an aphrodisiac, but the real reason is the powerful nutritional value of oysters. Oysters are packed with healthy protein and fat, both of which are needed for hormonal and neurotransmitter production and assimilation. Oysters for health! Oysters contain the most zinc of any food and zinc is the most important mineral for the immune system. White blood cells need zinc to be produced and to work properly. Zinc is needed for a healthy prostate and many men need a boost in their prostate health. Zinc is also needed for healthy muscles and healthy bones. Besides zinc, oysters contain the following nutrients: vitamin D, vitamin B12, iron, copper, manganese, and selenium. Oysters also contain high levels of niacin, riboflavin, thiamin, vitamin C, phosphorus, potassium, and sodium. Finally, oysters are a huge source of beneficial cholesterol, antioxidants, omega-3 fatty acids and water. Oysters even contain a small amount of vitamin A and vitamin B6. Oysters for health!

Another awesome benefit of zinc is its ability to keep testosterone levels at healthy levels. Men have much more testosterone than women, but women need that small amount of testosterone at healthy levels or women will see a decrease in muscle tone, energy and libido. Oysters for health!

The best way to obtain all the nutrition from oysters is to eat them raw, like I do. Squeeze some lime or lemon juice on the oysters and add some good cocktail sauce, preferably organic and homemade. If raw is not your style, roast, sauté, bake or grill the oysters. You will still obtain a huge benefit from the oysters if they are cooked. 

One last note of the benefit of oysters is their ability to absorb toxins and to assist in ushering the toxins out of your body. Your liver, which does most of your body’s detoxing through its phase 1 and phase 2 detoxification pathways, will love it if you start consuming some oysters. Oysters for health!

Here is some more fantastic information about oysters from the Weston A. Price foundation. Oysters

 

Chronic Disease

Chronic disease is everywhere in our society. What is going on? Has it always been this way? How many people do you know that are suffering from a chronic disease? Chronic disease is much larger than it use to be and it’s due to all the environmental toxins in the food, air, water, beauty products, skin care products, clothing and modern medicine, including pharmaceutical drugs and vaccines. Do you realize all the toxins in vaccines and the damage being done to babies and kids?
What is the answer to preventing and curing chronic disease? I can tell you that the answer is not modern medicine and all the drugs and surgery. The answer in preventing and curing chronic disease is five fold: primal eating, earthing, circadian rhythm, emotional health and some exercise.

Barefoot Walking!

It’s time to get back to nature by taking off your shoes and walking on the earth: grass, sand, dirt, etc. Barefoot walking is making a come back and for good reasons. It’s called Earthing! By barefoot walking or by just placing your bare-feet on the ground while sitting, you will receive negative electrons from the Earth and your body will feel more relaxed, inflammation and sore muscles will decrease and your state of mind will be more joyful. There is something magical about barefoot walking.

Earthing is both a timeless practice and a modern discovery. When you are grounded to the Earth, you receive healing powers from the Earth.

 

Sunshine and Vitamin D

It’s time to embrace the beauty of nature, especially the sun and to get outside and do some sunbathing. Sunshine and Vitamin D go hand in hand during certain times of the year, depending on where you live in the world. Be sure to allow the sun to shine on a large section of your body for at least 20 minutes, a few times a week. If you are pale, start with 5 minutes and gradually work up to 20 minutes.
Vitamin D is very important for a healthy immune system, skeletal system and neurological system. It’s helps with the absorption of calcium. Vitamin D can affect as many as 2000 genes. It’s called the sunshine vitamin as the body can covert the UVB rays of the sun to vitamin D through a conversion process done by the liver and kidneys.
When sunbathing to acquire vitamin D, do not wear sun block. After the 20 minutes of sunbathing, if you want to put on sunblock, use natural sunblock with zinc oxide. Sadly, most of the sunblocks on the market are full of toxins and damage the skin.
Embrace the Sunshine and Vitamin D and have a healthy and vibrant day!