Ok…So I have been on and off of it…feeling guilty and not knowing if I should or shouldn’t…but after hearing an Institute for Integrative Nutrition (IIN) module with Joy Bauer on it and researching it on the web for cross references, if discovered like most things… it’s all within balance..ENJOY!
-3-5 cups of coffee a day for middle aged people are 65% less likely to develop dementia or Alzheimer’s. (Alzheimer’s Journal 2009)
-Only women age 65+ who drank more than 3 cups a coffee per day had 33% less decline in memory over a 4 year period than women who drank 1 cup.
-White, Green and Black tea have the same amount of caffeine dependent on brewing time. http://www.livestrong.com/article/146904-caffeine-in-green-tea-vs-black-tea/
//Unfiltered = (Turkish, French Press, Expresso Coffee)// raises your LDL (bad cholesterol) so it’s not recommended for those with high cholesterol to drink often. If this is you…alternatively just use a shot of regular filtered coffee when getting a latte :-)***
//Sleeping Issues = Caffeine spikes within 20 min and lingers 3-8 hours// so make sure you’re not drinking it 3-8 hours before sleepy time.
//Decaf = Sensitive to coffee// if you get headaches, become irritable, nauseous, or shaky from caffeine…you may want to stick to drinking decaf
//Gastro Intestinal Issues = Crohns, Colitis, IBS? Both regular and decaf is an irritant. Listen to your body if you drink coffee and it makes you feel unwell in the stomach.
This book is quite amazing! An a must read if you are looking to get more insight on the human condition. Jonathan explains it with simple clarity with deep insight and intellectual sensibility. Most people pursue happiness outside themselves. Others think that it comes solely within. Jonathan explains how it comes from in between.
Happiness is not something that you can find, acquire, or achieve directly. You have to get the conditions right and then wait. Some of those conditions are within you, such as coherence among the parts and levels of your personality. Other conditions require relationships to things beyond you: Just as plants need sun, water, and good soil to thrive, people need love, work, and a connection to something larger. It is worth striving to get the right relationships between yourself and others, between yourself and your work, and between yourself and something larger thank yourself. If you get these relationships right, a sense of purpose and meaning will emerge. – Johnathan Haidt
My Shilajit Concoction:
-1/2 Almond milk
-1/2 cup Young coconut water
-Dash of Cinnamon
Shilajit is considered one of the most important substances in the Indian system of Ayurvedic medicine. It’s name means “nectar of God”.
It has been used for thousands of years for longevity and a host of other ailments. Shilajit is a thick, blackish-brown mineral pitch resin that oozes out of cracks in the Himalayan mountains as the summer heat raises the temperature of the rock.
Shilajit is composed of centuries old, decomposed plants which are a potent source of vitamins, minerals and other nutrients. It just may be nature’s most potent trace mineral source. It’s a powerful adaptogen, helping protect against all types of mental and physical stress.
- As a powerful immune system booster
- Treat diabetes
- Treat respiratory conditions
- Treat coughs
- Sexual enhancer
- Potent vitamin and mineral source
- For longevity
- For anti-aging
- As an energy booster
- As an adaptogen
- Treat arthritis and joint pain
- Reduce inflammation
- Aid memory and thinking
- Reduce stress
- Reduce physical and mental fatigue
- Treat anxiety and depression
- For better powers of concentration
- Maintain heart health
- Treat high blood pressure
- Improve digestion
- Treat gastritis, constipation and indigestion
- Protect the liver and pancreas
- Increase blood circulation
- Protect and maintain the thyroid gland
- Increase metabolism
- For proper enzyme secretion
- For it’s anti-microbial properties
- Increase physical strength and endurance
- Treat premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction
- Treat urinary problems and kidney stones
- To detoxify the body and remove toxins
- Treat anemia
- Treat ulcers
- Increase natural growth hormone production
UNDERSTAND THAT IT IS NOT YOU… IT’S THEM. THE BLAME GAME…
Impossible people have complete mastery of blaming skills and the inability to see themselves and to take responsibility for their actions…further projecting their bad behavior on you to. Blaming is what impossible people do, and they do it well.
Chances are, the more often they blame you, the more they themselves are actually at fault. Instead, you are only facing the facts, for your own sake.
If you accept responsibility for your own faults and resolve to improve yourself, it’s probably not you. Impossible people “can do no wrong.”
Remember the last fifty times you tried to have a civilized discussion with an impossible person? Chances are, every such attempt ended in you being blamed for everything…
Enagic is going big and it going GLOBAL!
With offices in Australia, Canada, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mexico, Philippines, Singapore, United States of America.
Soon more offices will be opening in Indonesia, Brazil and India!
I am proud to be a distributor and am grateful to be sharing this wonderful water and information on health with others!
It is exciting to see that Kangen water has even reaching and touched the lives of some pretty famous celebrities such as:
– Bill Gates
– Demi Moore
– George Lopez
– Sammy Hagar
– Peter Townsend
– Carlos Santana
– Magic Johnson
– Steven Segal
– Stevie Wonder
– Kirk Warner
– Donvan McNabb
– Erin Brockovich
– Jillian Michaels
– Donna Karan
– Ron Perlman
– Pat Boone
– Ringo Starr
– Steven Tyler
What you do most desire in a relationship?
I have discovered along the long, traveled and beaten path that I desire: Continual Growth and Development. Patience and Perseverance. Emotional Adaptability.
As an explorer in the realm of emotions and interpersonal communication, I trust and believe that I will learn a lot about what makes a relationship good or bad.
My thoughts on love and love relationships…amongst physical attraction, and common interests, the notions of reciprocity and being able to be present, creatively conscious and mutually responsive in a relationship are no doubt a few fundamental keys to a successful relationship.
I am continually learning that the true test of a happy relationship is whether myself and the other person can steer the right course between evolution and stability, avoiding the reefs on both sides.
CHEERS TO LOVING!