GOOD HEALTH IS REAL WEALTH
November/December 2008 (Issue #7) Infoletter in pdf format, full color, 17 pages, 8.5'x11'
Unearthing the Downside to Being Well
By Annabel Fisher, EFT-Adv.
I have just started a new six-week teleclass series on chronic illness, Tap Into Your Healthy Self, and in the first teleclass we discussed, and used EFT on, the downside of being well and healthy. This is a theme I have mentioned in a previous edition of Good Health is Real Wealth, and it is a concept which continues to fascinate me.
DMSO: Natural Healing Wonder
By Jini Patel Thompson
Lately I've been experimenting with an amazing natural substance called DMSO (dimethyl sulfoxide). It's gotten the most press as a topical application for relieving arthritis. However, that application is merely the proverbial tip of the iceberg for this multi-tasking healing aid. In many ways, it reminds me of wild oregano oil in that it has such a broad range of uses and the ability to produce such amazing results fairly quickly.
A Natural Approach to Candida Overgrowth
By Lisa Marie Bhattacharya, R.H.N.
Candida, a yeast-like fungus that exists in the body, is a dampness issue, as per Traditional Chinese Medicine. This means that there is a pathological excess of damp-related symptoms in the body. Candida overgrowth (I say "overgrowth" because it always exists at low-levels) presents several tell-tale signs. These include a feeling of heaviness, sluggishness, mental dullness, bloating, Vaginitis, Prostatitis, Athlete's Foot, low immunity in general (susceptibility to recurring infections) and cravings for sweets and breads.
Toxin-free Turkey, Anyone? Make your holidays organic this season
By Michelle Hancock
So the holidays are coming and you want to eat a little, well, if not healthier than cleaner. What better way to assuage your guilt over that extra helping of stuffing than to opt for certified organic foods?
The Other Side of Money
By Nicole Paull
My last infoletter article was about paying for natural healing. Since then, we've had some exciting times round-the-world reverberations from major bank failures, a massive government bailout of the credit market here in the U.S., stock markets on a wild rollercoaster ride, heightening apprehension about the future of the economy the kind of excitement most of us would be very happy to do without.
The Flow of Money
By Jini Patel Thompson
The flow of money is a principle talked about by even the most dogged entrepreneurs. Many top business gurus (like Dan Kennedy and Robert Kiyosaki) advise their clients and readers to donate a percentage of their profits no matter what their financial situation is. Robert Kiyosaki many of you will recognize him as the best-selling author of Rich Dad Poor Dad talks about when he and his wife were so poor they couldn't even afford an apartment and were living out of their car, and they still gave 10% to charity of whatever they made. Today, of course, they are extremely wealthy.
Keeping Hope Alive
By Tom Robinson M.A.
When life is difficult, as it often is when we have IBS or IBD, one of the most important things that help us keep going is the prospect of a better future. But given the many challenges, hardships, and disappointments that can come with IBS or IBD, hope like that can be hard to come by. Fortunately, there are things you can do to make hope for a brighter future real and then keep it alive.
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