While Sakamoto said her diet had always been pretty good, one habit she had was to eat one or two bowls of cereal before going to bed. Such late-night dietary mistake sent Sakamoto to sleep with elevated insulin levels, interfering with what otherwise may have been peak levels of the natural release of human growth hormone from the pituitary gland.
So another new year has dawned, you have things in your life you'd definitely like to change, but you know from long experience that traditional New Year's resolutions aren't going to get you very far.
Very few people, if they’re honest, enjoy going to work every day in an environment filled with distrust, political maneuvering, and so many of the other ugly things that characterize too many groups and organizations. And most folks, if you ask them, would say they wish things were different where they work. In fact, a recent Gallup poll suggests that up to 77% of individuals said they were miserable in their jobs.
After years of hearing raves about Coconut Oil for everything under the sun. I did some research, started consuming it and using it everywhere...it's a lot lighter than I thought it would be and I found this fun post online for 52 ways to use it.
It seems that all we are hearing about in the news today is the billions of dollars that insurance companies will be spending to assist those who suffered from the ravages of Hurricane Sandy this past October. But there is more, MUCH MORE that the media should be telling those whose homes and lives were devastated by the hurricane. Their health issues now may very well be linked to exposure to toxic fungi.
Like many of you, I’ve had the “pleasure” of working for a boss or executive who seemed to enjoy reminding me how “in charge” they were. Like many of you, I didn’t enjoy it.
On the other hand, servant-leaders place enormous value on people and their inherent humanity. They seek to foster collaboration, understanding, mutual respect (crazy, I know), and wholeness, both within themselves and others.
Technology propels PE into new eraCharlotte ObserverKristie Oglesby, PE teacher and Health Department chairwoman, said the Providence Day Wellness and Athletic Intensity programs began a pilot program in 2011 to align themselves with the school's...
My gift to all of you is the life changing and lifesaving knowledge this newsletter has imparted to you in 2012. I know that sounds trite and even a bit narcissistic, but I don’t mean for it to be. Knowledge is power. However, far too often in the healthcare world, we get information, but not knowledge. Why? I believe it is because the facts regarding the cause of illness and diseases are obstructed by the American model of heath care. It is one that is working tremendously for the economy, but not for we, the people. To me, it is really this simple; if you own a $400,000 business, you want more than anything for it to become a $500,000 business, and you’ll do anything in your power to accomplish that. That same quest exists in medicine today. Healthcare is currently a $3,000,000,000,000 ($3 trillion) annual (12 months) business. Like any business, it wants to grow. As a matter of fact, optimistic prognosticators are convinced that it will become a $300,000,000,000 business within the next 5 years.
I remember with crystal clear clarity (not to mention joy and gratitude) the year I quit guilt. I gave it up cold turkey. And my life changed drastically. Years of beating myself up for my shortcomings, mistakes, and failures were erased in the moment I fully understood just how useless guilt is.
What IS Guilt? Guilt is an emotion that occurs when a person believes that they have violated a moral standard.”
To understand where your guilt comes from, you must first revisit your personal values and core beliefs. You may be holding on to outdated programs that no longer serve you as an adult. You may be giving your power away to a belief system that no longer applies to your life. You need to identify who and what defined the moral standards you believe apply to you, as well as what constitutes a violation.
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