Sunday, 13 March 2011

Natural News -Twelve unsustainable things that will soon come to a disastrous end on our planet

This guy, Mike Adams just speaks so much sense.  Lovely article pulling so many of our global problems together in one simple piece.

(NaturalNews) If you look around what's really happening in our world today, there's an inescapable pattern that curiously emerges: Much of what's going on is simply unsustainable. It can't go on for much longer, in other words. And it must collapse due to the laws of economics or physics...  click to continue reading

Wednesday, 9 March 2011

Asked to leave a supermarket!

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Have you ever been asked to leave a supermarket? I have. It happened yesterday in a local Sainsburys. My crime? I was carrying 2½ pounds of Chorkie. She wasn't doing anything naughty, she wasn't making a noise, she wasn't dirty, infact she was not on the floor or in contact with anything but me. I was out with my 6 year old and needed a couple of groceries. I could have popped home and dropped her off, but that would have wasted half and hour.

As I passed the supermarket door I was complimented on my tiny puppy by a lady wearing the supermarket uniform. I looked wistfully at the supermarket door and mentioned that I needed to buy a few things, shame I could not go in. "Of course you can" she said, "You are ok so long as you don't put her on the floor." "Really" I said! So off I toddled, small puppy tucked firmly into the crook of my arm.

Wrongly Convicted? The Case for Saturated Fat - Health & Wellness

( Recently the Harvard School of Public Health issued its criticism of the new USDA 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans, complaining that among other things, the new guidelines were too soft on red meat. It points out that a porterhouse steak has 44 grams of fat, 16 of which are saturated fats, and that should mean eating red meat sparingly.

Sally Fallon Morell, president of the Weston A. Price Foundation, disagrees and faults the guidelines for continuing to demonize saturated fats based on unsound science..... Click to continue reading

Tuesday, 8 March 2011

Feeling winter heaviness? Five common cleansing foods and herbs to lighten up

(NaturalNews) If the approach of spring has you eager to get up and go, but you're feeling weighed down from winter hibernation and heavier foods, it's time to lighten up.

For most of us, especially those who live in colder climates, it's somewhat natural to feel sluggish after the winter months. However, the heavier foods and inactivity can lead to imbalances in the body that often create feelings of depression or moodiness, as well as laziness and/or congestion......  Click to continue reading

Monday, 7 March 2011

What could be more important than good health?

A couple of years ago, after a series of family set backs.  Double redundancies, business difficulties, selling our much loved home etc, I was left depressed, weak and debilitated.  Visits to the doctor really achieved little as I was not in their eyes 'ill' but neither was I 'well'.  It was left up to me to find a way of bringing my mind and body back to wellness.

I searched the internet, read everything I could lay my hands on about illness, nutrition and vitamin & minerals.  By a combined effort I have coaxed myself back to heath.  Initially, I learned about raw foods, and juicing and the wonders of superfoods, but I am sure that anyone who has tried juicing will admit that it takes a huge commitment to keep juicing all the time.

Imagine my excitement recently when I discovered some products that have the beneficial effects of juicing, without the continual fandango of shopping, washing, juicing and cleaning all the equipment afterwards.  Oh it is nice to juice, but who has the time every day?  I am told that there are 97 reasons to use Limu Plus! and I do not think convenience was even listed as one of them.  Check out further the full benefits of this amazing tonic. 

But perhaps my personal favourite item in this range is the VitaOne multi vitamin product.  It has the benefit of the nutrition that I include in my home made juices, but it is just so convenient!  Each daily allowance comes in a handy pack of that day's tablets.  Conveniently priced too, as it works out at about £1 a day.  Pop a few packs into a handbag or briefcase and they can be taken even after leaving home in the morning.

Ok, well I have to admit that I am so impressed that I now have my own website of these products.  When I find something really good, I just want to share it with family and friends.  I will tell you of the other great things in this range later, unless you want to have a look for yourself.........  website here

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