Immunity, Energy and Synergy

How to choose the right Dietary Supplement for you! Zinc Zinc deficiency was only discovered in the 1960’s. Since this discovery it has become well established that zinc plays an important role in normal function of the immune system. Zinc is an essential mineral for basic cell activities with numerous complex jobs in the body and interactions with thousands of proteins. It is estimated that only 10% of the zinc within our bodies is able to be utilised in the fighting of infections. Zinc is involved in normal development and function of cells facilitating innate immunity. Zinc deficiency adversely affects the growth and function of T and B cells, which are involved in the body’s immune response. In recent times Zinc deficiency has become more prevalent worldwide affecting a wide range of age groups. Zinc deficiency can be classified by severity and is divided into severe or marginal. Sever…
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Quantum Healing

Our modern medicine such as using chemical drug to heal disease by considering our body as bits and pieces , rather than as a whole , has many adverse effects, which is a major cause of death worldwide. Holistic medicine is a whole body healing; Human body has a capacity to heal by itself without any adverse effects, yields better results. Quantum healing is one of the novels holistic medicine begins to emerge. Matter is not made out of matter, but energy. Matter can be converted in to energy, energy can be converted in to matter is a theory of aduality given by Nobel laureate Hans Peter Duerr. Body tries to rebuilt each time, when it oscillate between energy and particles. Each healthy cell of our body emits photons by DNA, disease is an altered emission of photons. Inside and outside of our body consists of energy. Photons jumping in and around the body encircling an individual and counter photons may be jumping outside is known as quantum entanglement or quantum tunneling.…
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Boost Your Immune System Now.

I am sure you know the virus numbers in the UK. The Sates had 128,723 COVID19 DEATHS and 2,681,811 cases; they have just had over 40,000 new cases a day for four out of five days this Tuesday. Texas alone had over 5,596 new cases in one day this June. There will be more to come, it will keep mutating, SARS, MERS. The US are the biggest consumers of junk food full of chemicals that weaken the immune system. Well, in Thailand, that has more Chinese tourists than any other country, there have been 3162 cases with 58 deaths and the hospitals are quiet. In addition, their cancer to heart death ratio is half that of UK’s Why, you may ask? A strong immune system is the main reason. Most Thai’s eat very little processed food and eat a Thai Herb called Moringa Oleifera. It grows everywhere like buddleia in UK. I have been trying to promote Moringa in UK/Europe. However, do you know what I hear? ‘If this plant was as good as you say, we would have heard about it.’ (We in the west kno…
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A Lot Can Change In 3 Days…

Last week, Peter and I had a life-changing experience, which involved tears, laughter, and a whole lot of trusting the process. Over the course of three days, were taken to new depths of self-discovery, were surrounded by amazing human beings, and experienced awe and appreciation on an entirely new level. So, where was this magical place? At the In-Person Intensive for the Transformative Nurse Coach Certificate Program. The culminating piece of experiential learning which wraps up a powerful 6-month journey. Now, I have so much to say about this, and it’s difficult to even begin to sum up the impact of this experience. But, because I know that insight is derived from reflection, and that value is better shared than kept to oneself – I’ll try. For me, there were three specific moments that completely changed my world.     Moment #1: When it became real. As I looked around the room at every single individual, I felt an unprecedented se…
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Nurse Coaching Isn’t For Robots

Now, to be clear from the start, I’m a huge proponent of documenting patient progress, across every clinical specialty. And in our profession, hours spent on the computer has become an accepted part of our job. As nurses, we’re taught to live by the adage, “If it wasn’t documented, it wasn’t done.” Yet while technology was supposed to make our professional lives easier and more streamlined, the reality is a much different story. According to a study of 767 nurses, we spend more than ⅓ of our time behind a computer screen “documenting,” clicking away during our patients most vulnerable moments. I can’t tell you how many times my patient and their family were weeping in front of me, and I was typing away to make sure that during a chart audit I had all my bases covered. That I didn’t leave a single box unchecked. I was too freaking busy to take 5 minutes to sit down and simply be with my patients and connect with them on a human-to-human level. Overwhelmed with a never-e…
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MARS CAKE IN FIT VERSION!

Mars FIT Cake! There are a few classic bars that I like very much, and Mars is definitely one of the leaders! It was only a matter of time to recreate the legal version with date caramel and dark chocolate. It turned out sensational so save the recipe and go ahead!

Preparation:

At the very beginning, pour dates with boiling water and set aside to cool. Grind dry ingredients in a blender or coffee grinder and toss into the dish. Dissolve coconut oil and honey and add to dry ingredients. Add small amounts of water while stirring until the mass is plastic. Transfer to the bottom of the mold lined with baking paper (diameter 20cm) and paste evenly. Put in the fridge.Heat the milk in a small pot (do not boil!). Add gelatin, nougat aroma, sweetener and bitter cocoa. Mix to combine ingredients.Put cottage cheese and yogurt into the blender. Add warm milk and blend to a homogeneous consistency. Transfer to the prepared bottom and put in the fridge.Pour out wate…
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Listening for the Echo

Listening for the echo’ is a fundamental technique taught in every Asian style of bodywork. ‘Listening for the echo’ is experienced when a practitioner is in full expression of compression or a stretch. The ‘echo’ is the ultra-subtle sensation that occurs when the spindle cells and the brain communicate. Within the belly of the muscle or the tendon, there is the computer department, the group of specialized cells whose job is to detect pressure, heat, and intention, etc. As these neurological assemblies register and record impulses, they also bio-electrically submit this information to the central nervous system. This eventually includes the brain which response accordingly, issuing the appropriate reaction. The time required for this communication to complete the essential full cycle is where the ‘echo’ is to be experienced. We are eavesdropping on this communication with consciousness, respect, courtesy, and sensitivity. This enables us to procure the most desirable techniq…
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How to Excel at Living Life’s Purpose

Everyone question’s their existence and reason for being here. We all need to find and live our life’s purpose if getting up every morning is to mean anything. Our life’s purpose tends to concern our career, our family life and our place in society. It can be different for everyone, though, and can encompass several of these factors. It can also change during life’s journey. We do not stay static as human beings. Life moulds and changes us, and hopefully for the better. Dynamic Inner Questioning People tend to come to a fork in the road of life before they reflect on their life’s purpose. Perhaps some trauma or sickness helps raise the necessary and associated questions, too. In any event, we all come to ask: • What is life about? • How do I find meaning in my life? • What should I do with my life? • How can I find self-fulfilment? Though normal, asking these kinds of questions also concerns a sense of belonging. We all want to fit in while seeking true and lasting mea…
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Yoga Benefits That Convince You to Start Your Practice Now

Yoga is a mind and body practice with a 5,000-year history in ancient Indian philosophy. Various styles of yoga combine physical postures, breathing techniques, and meditation or relaxation. Yoga can change your physical and mental limit rapidly while setting up the brain and body for long term health. Major retreats like 200 Hour yoga teacher training, 300 Hour Yoga Teacher Training, etc are provided which improves mind control and body and enhance well-being. Whether you are 90, 55, or even 13, yoga can help you. Many yoga institutes and local gyms offer yoga classes that are open for every age group and fitness levels. It’s exciting to enter a room full of young teens, athletes, middle-aged moms, older gentlemen, and even fitness buffs and bodybuilders. Everyone can feel accepted and included and, unlike other sports or classes. YOGA ENCOURAGES OVERALL HEALTH AND WELLNESS Yoga isn't just about working out, it's about a sound way of life. The act of yoga enables students t…
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Neuromuscular Therapy

Neuromuscular Therapy (NMT) is a very specialized form of manual massage therapy. Neuromuscular Therapy By definition, Neuromuscular Therapy is the utilization of static pressure on specific myofascial points to relieve pain. This technique manipulates the soft tissue of the body (muscles, tendons and connective tissue) to balance the central nervous system. In a healthy individual, nerves transmit impulses (which are responsible for every movement, function and thought) to the body very slowly. Injury, trauma, postural distortion or stress cause nerves to speed up their transmission, inhibiting equilibrium and making the body vulnerable to pain and dysfunction. Neuromuscular Therapy massage works to stabilize low levels of neurological activity to maintain normal function and overall health. Neuromuscular Therapy will be used to address five elements that may be causing you pain: Ischemia: Lack of blood supply to soft tissues which causes hypersensitivity to touch Trigger …
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