Good Health is Real Wealth Issue #8 - PDF Format

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January/February 2009 (Issue #8) Infoletter in pdf format, full color, 22 pages, 8.5'x11'


Letting Go of the Guilt Attached to Being Ill
By Annabel Fisher, EFT-Adv.

When I work with clients who are seriously ill, one of the strongest negative emotions they often feel around being ill is guilt. They feel guilty because they can't work or do the things they once did, guilty for needing care and support, guilty for resting, and guilty for not doing enough in general. The challenge with this limiting belief is that it influences our rest time. It can lead to us dismissing our bodies' needs because there is just so much to do and we should be doing more. We decide to soldier on, instead.

The Journey Is The Point
By Jini Patel Thompson

Below is an email I received from one of my readers named Abby (not her real name). I am so thankful to her for writing in and sharing truthfully about her healing journey. I wanted to share it with you, because I think her letter highlights difficulties that we all face, or will face as we strive to heal ourselves:

Lisa Marie's Gingered Apple & Carrot Soup
By Lisa Marie Bhattacharya, R.H.N.

This soup is quite easy to prepare, easy to digest and verrry nourishing! Great for cold, blustery Winter days to warm our cold, tired bones!

By Nicole Paull

I'd like to share the home remedy I came up with for self-treating vaginal yeast infections. After researching, I tried saline baths and apple cider vinegar baths, but didn't find they accomplished enough. I'd also seen a recommendation to douche with apple cider vinegar, but didn't like the idea of it. I tried applying wild oregano oil at a 20:1 dilution. Well, maybe I'm just sensitive, but after I peeled myself off the ceiling, I decided once was enough for that idea. Then I thought of...

How to Have Good Communications with Your Healthcare Provider
By Tom Robinson M.A.

In the March 2008 issue of Good Health is Real Wealth, I provided some useful strategies for getting excellent medical care. However, no strategy for getting top-notch treatment will work well if you don't have good communication with your provider. In this article I'm going to give you some suggestions and techniques for establishing and maintaining a free flow of ideas and information with your doctor.

Yeast and Inflammation.
By Carolyn Dean M.D., N.D

Inflammation is a HOT topic, an Internet search on the word turns up an overwhelming 37.5 million hits. Journals of inflammation, inflammation research associations, and drug companies are all scrambling to find a drug to treat this scourge.

Q&A with Jini Patel Thompson
By Jini Patel Thompson

Question: This past year we purchased materials from your company for our 23 yr. old son, who was diagnosed with IBD-UC in 2003. This past summer, we came upon a website: ("Back to Health Minerals") and wondered whether Jini (or your company representatives) have had any experience with that company or their representative/contact person, David Parish (spelling). We would appreciate your input. Thanks so much.

Browse Our Bookshelf
By Nicole Paull

A diet featuring plenty of fresh, organic vegetables is one of the best things you can give to your body. Here's the rub: Vegetables don't always taste that good.

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