Vitamin B12 Fights Nerve Pain and Defends Your Heart and Brain
Did you know that a deficiency in vitamin B12 could be an underlying cause of nerve pain and is associated with higher risks for heart disease and increased symptoms and severity of brain disorders? Foods rich in B12, like fish, meats and dairy, are a natural way to restore your health
Situation Update – Dec. 1st – ROGUE government must be ABOLISHED by the people
In today’s Situation Update, we highlights the latest interview with 3-star General Thomas McInerney, who is calling for President Trump to invoke the Insurrection Act, declare martial law and initiate mass arrests of the traitors involved in this criminal election theft (which is actually an act of war against America).
Interestingly, today the We the People Convention is now calling for President Trump to invoke “Limited Martial Law” to hold a new election under military rule. Read their press release here.
Full transcript of bombshell interview: Gen. Michael Flynn, Gen. Thomas McInerney with Brannon Howse – Identity of KRAKEN revealed
Brannon Howse of World View Report broadcast an interview yesterday morning, featuring Gen. Michael Flynn with his first public comments since he was pardoned by President Trump. You can view the full interview at the WorldViewWeekend.com website
When you see the likes of Rafael Nadal battering the ball around a tennis court, it might not be immediately clear how yoga and tennis fit together. However, yoga has been a key ingredient in improved tennis fitness, and it’s changed the way the game is played.
Breathwork Helps Tame Stress, Benefits Your Mind and Body
Controlled breathing helps lower your heart rate and blood pressure, improves your immune system, lowers stress hormone levels and balances carbon dioxide and oxygen blood levels
Most people are shallow breathers, with most of the effort coming from the upper chest, but deep, abdominal breathing activates the parasympathetic system, helping to calm and relax your mind and body
Carbon dioxide (CO2) helps utilize oxygen, so raising CO2 tolerance helps improve your health. A practical exercise developed by Dr. K. Buteyko can be done in minutes a day to improve your CO2 tolerance
Belisa Vranich, psychologist and author, calls breathing exercises “massively practical.” Consider doing them for a few minutes each day, including Box breathing, coherent breathing or relaxing 4-7-8 exercises
To say 2020 has been a challenging year for most of us is a profoundly serious understatement. While it’s easy to fall into quiet despair, now might actually be the best time to cultivate positive mental health habits such as gratitude
Paradoxically, suffering can yield a grateful heart, if approached with care and mindfulness
Enhancing your well-being can be as simple as taking some time each day to reflect on what you’re thankful for. A simple and proven way of doing this is to keep a gratitude journal
If for whatever reason you cannot join your near and dear ones this Thanksgiving, consider making good use of technology. Instead of a text or a phone call, you could use Facetime or Zoom for a virtual face-to-face
You could even set up a monitor at the end of the table and patch in family members virtually so you can talk while sharing your Thanksgiving meal in separate quarters
On Monday, I published Dark Days Ahead, and of course, the answer to darkness is Light. There are many ways we can employ the Light in our lives, and the darker life gets on the outside, the more we need to embrace the Light on the inside.Some minds tune themselves only onto darkness, and we have to be careful about them and what they say. “Our modern civilization is being strangled, coerced into a very narrow pen where speech and ideas must align exactly with a very specific narrative,” write the people over at Electroverse. Continue reading →
Berries aren’t called superfoods for nothing. A review covering 336 scientific articles on these fruits has shown that berry consumption can go a long way in preventing and managing Type 2 diabetes and its complications
If you are anything like me, you better be checking your blood pressure. Mine blew sky high this morning, and lucky for me, I live in a natural hospital, so I received treatments right away. Stress is going off the Richtor Scale for millions, but my wife said, probably it is more like billions.
The cool and windy energy of Autumn encourages us to slow down, draw our focus inside, and stock up our inner resources for the winter ahead. The fall is a vital time to re-energize, renew, and revitalize through our yoga practice. Traditional Chinese Medicine associates the season of autumn with the energy of the Lungs, and many of the videos in this month’s collection focus on opening and strengthening the chest and upper body. We hope you find a deep sense of nourishment, inner-strength, and resilience with this collection of free yoga videos for October.
Drinking plenty of both green tea and coffee is linked to a lower risk of dying from any cause among people with type 2 diabetes, suggests research published in the online journal BMJ Open Diabetes Research & Care.