Saturday, April 30, 2011

Touching the children of the World

Yes one person can help lots of people this mother is making a big difference about real food & junk food.
MannaRelief Partners with Convoy of Hope

Fitness Tip:The Ball: Hug-a-Ball your fitness ball, video

Fitness Tip: That vacation you’ve been planning or the business trip you can’t get out of can sometimes have a negative effect on diet and your fitness routine. In fact, sometimes it takes several days or a week to get back into the normal routine and feel like your self again. Although you’re away from home and it’s more difficult to follow your normal routine, you still shouldn’t go all out and blow all the progress you’ve made. Try to get a little exercise everyday and take Only 100% organic Natural Vitamins, Minerals, Phytochemicals and Glyco-Nutritionals.

Preparation: Stand tall, holding the ball against your navel. Rest your arms over the top of the ball using your palms to press the ball to your navel. Lengthen your spine upward, pull in your navel and engage your abdominals.

Breathing: Exhale as you fold your upper body against the ball, inhale and release.

Execution: Bend your knees slightly and curl your chin towards your chest. Fold your upper body against the ball, spreading your shoulder blades apart and rounding your spine. Hold this position for up to 30 seconds and breath normally.

Comments: This is a great stretch for your hard-working upper back and shoulder area. It feels wonderful!

Ken Anderson
Cell 541-840-6811

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

One in five children in USA diagnosed with obesity

Americans are fattest people in developed world (still)

Childhood Obesity Epidemic

Dangers Of Childhood Obesity
Dr. Travis Stork warns that some children suffering from obesity may have clogged arteries that may lead to a possible heart attack before the age of 30.

Stress and Childhood Obesity
Dr. Robert Lustig explains the possible connection between stress and obesity in children

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

50% of U.S. adults take vitamins & dietary supplements

ATLANTA — About half of U.S. adults take vitamins and other dietary supplements -- a level that's been holding steady for much of the past decade, new government figures show.

But the data also show a booming number of older women are taking calcium.

Federal officials released figures Wednesday showing that the use of dietary supplements has grown since the early 1990s when it was about 42 per cent. The data shows use levelled off in 2003 through 2008, with about half of adults 20 and older taking at least one dietary supplement.

The biggest change was for calcium. Two-thirds of women 60 and older take it, up from 28 per cent in the early 1990s.

Experts note the ranks of the elderly have been growing, and include many women who have been encouraged for years to take calcium to help protect against osteoporosis.

The information comes from national, in-home surveys in 1988-1994 and 2003-2008. The surveys in the past decade included more than 2,000 people each year. Interviewers not only asked participants what supplements they took, but also asked to see the bottles to verify their answers.

Use of multivitamins -- the most popular supplement -- crept up to nearly 40 per cent.

Most people who take vitamins and other supplements are educated, have good incomes, eat pretty well and already get the nutrients they need from their diets, the surveys suggests.

"It's almost like the people who are taking them aren't the people who need them," said Regan Bailey, a nutritional epidemiologist with the National Institutes of Health.

Federal surveys have only recently started asking people why they take supplements, Bailey said.

The government supports some supplements as an option for certain people -- such as iron for women who are pregnant, folic acid for women thinking of getting pregnant and calcium for older women.

But health officials say people should talk to their doctors first, and consider enriched foods that can accomplish the same goal.
The Associated Press
Date: Wednesday Apr. 13, 2011

Much of the new data is in a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report released Wednesday.

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Fishy fat from soy is headed for U.S. dinner tables

WASHINGTON, D.C. Most people have heard about omega-3 fatty acids, the primary constituents of fish oil. Stearidonic acid, one of those omega-3s, is hardly a household term. But it should become one, researchers argued this week at the 2011 Experimental Biology meeting.
In any case, stearidonic acid should at least become a welcome constituent of kitchen larders. The scientists’ reasoning: This fatty acid can provide fish oil’s heart and other health benefits – without the fishy taste or high cost of finned fare. Beginning next year, it also can be supplied without harming a single fish.
Numerous health organizations advocate that Americans down at least two fish meals a week, notes Eileen Kennedy, dean of Tufts University’s Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy in Boston. This emphasis on seafood is not because nutritionists prize fish, per se, she says, so much their wanting to see consumers get more of two long-chain omega-3’s in the animals’ oil: eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). Says Janet Raloff in Science News, April 13, 2011

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

5 to 8 legged frogs & dwarfed frogs from pollution

BETTER LIVING THROUGH CHEMISTRY? Frogs are a semi-aquatic variety of the proverbial canary in the coal mine. Frogs are visibly sensitive to pollutants in their environment. Hermaphrodite frogs, five+ legged frogs and dwarfed frogs are being correlated with man made chemicals that are polluting in our waterways. As our homes accumulate different kinds of chemical pollutants our children are most vulnerable. Their small bodies take in more air and more food per body weight, they crawl they put their hands in their mouths and when we measure fire retardant chemicals in their bodies the concentration is higher while their developing bodies are more at risk.
We all must supplement with All Natural Vitamins, Minerals etc.

Monday, April 11, 2011

Nothing for Health & $34+ Billion for Department of Homeland Security

After 9/11, the White House gave rise to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), designed to prevent terrorist attacks on U.S. soil. Since its inception, billions of dollars have been poured into it. The budget allots $34. billion to the DHS and remember only 3000 died one time & 700,000 die a year from drugs they get from there doctors. ? ? ? Wellness is the key. HMO will only give drugs that kill people. All Natural Vitamins & Minerals are safe not even one person has dies in the last 6 years from them.

DWI & Modern medicine, # of deaths from each.

Very powerful. Very sobering. Hard to watch at times video.

Eating or using the phone while driving are probably equally as dangerous. Hope you all watch this. Yet Modern Medicine kills 40 more people in USA every year.

It is one of the most intense and powerful commercials that I've ever seen (and I've seen a few thousand) and it is spectacularly well crafted.

Australia should be complemented for having the guts to "show it like it is", getting this campaign out to all of its drivers by airing it nationwide on TV and in cinemas ...
This will have a tremendous impact on all who see it.

>> DUI <<

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s (NHTSA) traffic fatalities in 2010 (DWI and all others) was only 32,788. That is with 1.09 fatalities per 100 million vehicle miles traveled. In 2010 an estimated increase of nearly 21 billion miles in national vehicle miles traveled.

Remember Drugs from doctors kill 41 times more than DWI and all other road deaths.

Friday, April 8, 2011

Free introduction class on social media's use as a profitable business tool

Free Social Media presentation. During the seminar, David discussed how you can use social media as a profitable business tool. I have taken this class & am looking

If you missed the presentation or would like to watch again, we
have made the complete presentation available here:

I am looking forward to taking this class tug and starting next week. This 1 hour introduction will simply amaze you on how big the social media is and how easy it is to use it to develop your business.
I will take down this post next week, 4/15/2011 (tax day). You must act now to watch this WEBINAR. It’s an introductory offer to his 12 week course. Go to for more information.

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

NC bill threatens the naturopaths, herbalists & midwives as felons

NC bill threatens to criminalize naturopaths, homeopaths, herbalists, midwives, aromatherapists as felons

Monday, April 04, 2011 by: Ethan A. Huff, staff writer (NaturalNews)

Alternative health practitioners in North Carolina (NC) and their patients need your help to defeat a stealth bill that flew under the radar of most everyone in the natural health community. Senate Bill 31, which clarifies the penalties for the "unauthorized practice of medicine," essentially criminalizes the practice of unlicensed forms of medicine, which includes the work of many naturopaths, homeopaths, herbalists, aromatherapists, and even some midwives in the state. The bill was adopted by a judiciary committee in early March, and it recently passed the NC Senate. Now, the NC House is set to vote on the bill tonight, and unless NC governor Bev Perdue vetoes it, the practice of natural medicine for many in NC may soon become a more severe criminal offense.

SB 31 states that anyone who practices medicine or surgery without having been first "licensed and registered to do so" will be guilty of a Class I felony. Class I felonies in NC are the least severe kinds of felonies, but they do include things like burning crosses on private or public property, and sexually exploiting children. So if passed, SB 31 will essentially make those who practice alternative medicine without an official, state-sanctioned license and permit, criminals of the likes of sexual predators and cross burners.

You can read the short bill for yourself at the following link:

Proponents of the bill say it fixes a loophole in the current law that classifies out-of-state practitioners who practice without a license as Class I felons, while in-state practitioners who practice without a license are only guilty of a Class I misdemeanor. But what the bill actually appears to do is make it even harder for alternative practitioners who literally cannot be licensed in NC because their work is not "approved," to practice at all. After all, who is going to be willing to provide alternative medical services for consenting patients when doing so makes them a felon?

SB 31 is really just another way to target alternative practitioners and reign in the practice of medicine to only that which has been approved by the government overlords. And the timeline for defeating this bill is very short. Alternative practitioners in NC, and those who safely and successfully use their services, need your help now to successfully defeat this bill.

Citizens for Healthcare Freedom (CHF), a nonprofit health freedom organization in NC, says the bill is "not in the interest of the citizens of North Carolina" because it affects many alternative practitioners who will be put out of business if it passes. The vast majority of these practitioners have been practicing for years, and they have helped thousands of patients over the years using methods not officially sanctioned by state medical boards (

The NC House is set to debate and vote on SB 31 at 7:00 pm tonight. And whether or not you live in NC, this bill contributes to setting a precedent of intolerance for natural and alternative medicine, so it is important to oppose it regardless of whether or not you live in NC.

You can reach the NC House to oppose the bill by calling (919) 733-7928.

You can reach Governor Bev Perdue's Raleigh office by calling (919) 733-4240.

Remember, when contacting government officials to express your thoughts, always be respectful, but firm in your discourse. Clearly and succinctly express opposition to SB 31 on the grounds that it further erodes health freedom in NC by criminalizing those who practice alternative medicine. Also, urge support for the CHF Consumer Health Freedom Act, which establishes the freedom to practice alternative medicine without criminal penalty (

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