Good Health Is Real Wealth Issue #14 - PDF Format

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I Won't Get the Attention I Need if I'm Well
by Annabel Fisher

In November last year, I presented to a conference of EFT Practitioners on a topic which always comes up when I work with a client who is chronically ill – the downside of wellness. My presentation was based on the idea that if we are sick, there may be many hidden fears, which sabotage any attempts to become well and move forward in our life towards full mobility and vibrancy...

Foods To Balance Bowel Motility
By Jini Patel Thompson

If you’ve got chronic diarrhea, then one of the things you’ve likely tried to slow down your bowel motility is psyllium seed powder or ground flax seed. Likewise, if you suffer from constipation, you’ve likely tried the same remedies. How is it that the same substances work for completely opposite maladies?...

Taking Stock
By Nicole Paull

The year and a half or so when I was ill, for all its unpleasantness, was a time of great learning and growth. Enough good things came out of it that had I the option, I wouldn’t choose NOT to have gone through that difficult period...

Potent Skin Infection Remedy
By Jini Patel Thompson

Doctors give some fungal infections of the skin the general name “tinea.” Superficial fungal infections are found in the top layers of the skin and mucous membranes, the hair, and the nails. Examples of fungal infections of the skin and other external surfaces...

The Body's Great Need for Water
By Lisa Marie Bhattacharya R.H.N.

Water is the basis of all life and that includes your body. Your muscles that move your body are 75% water; your blood that transport nutrients is 82% water; your lungs that provide your oxygen are 90% water; your brain that is the control center of your body is 76% water; even your bones are 25% water.

Hidden Salt a Risk to Children
By Michelle Hancock

Mardi Joughin loses her sweet disposition when she talks about the dangers of unnecessary salt in processed foods. When the retired nurse and grandmother of two recently read the label of an instant noodle product marketed at children, she was horrified to discover that the salt ...

Q & A: Thinning Hair
By Jini Patel Thompson

Dear Jini,
I had a mini freak out this evening. I know it shouldn’t have come as a shock, but after I got out from the shower, I noticed, I mean really noticed that my hair was sooooo thin at the front that one could see my scalp. It has thinned quite a bit over the past few years and is getting progressively worse...

Take Time to Listen…. to Yourself
By Tom Robinson, M.A.

When we have a chronic illness, it often seems like the voice inside our head never stops talking about how bad our illness, our symptoms, and our lives are. And the more it talks, the worse we feel...

Spiritual Energy: Your Renewable Resource
By Rena M. Reese, MS

What are you?
Ask that question of a thousand people and the vast majority will likely respond with their occupation or job. I am a parent, teacher, lawyer or a whatever-I-do-toearn- money-and-fill-my-day. Yet this is not who we are. We are not what we do. Think about that for a moment; while it sounds simple, do you really know who you are when extricated from the identity a profession, role or achievement provides?

Oil Pulling
By Robert Smith

Oil pulling is said to be a powerful means of maintaining good health as well as an effective cure for a variety of ills. This is an ancient technique, first described in 5,000-year-old Ayurvedic texts...

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Too Nice For Your Own
Good by Duke Robinson
Reviewer: Nicole Paull

Every now and then, you come across a book that not only provides new insight, but also gives you a bridge -  practical how-to’s to help you make the crossing to more effective behaviors, problem-management, etc. Listen To Your Gut by Jini Patel Thompson is one such book...