Saturday, October 30, 2010

"Strenghten Your Hair, NATURALLY!"

All women experience some hair loss as they grow older, especially after menopause. Hair loss among women can be caused by many things...Hormones, heredity, poor circulation, illness, surgery, radiation, skin disease, sudden weight loss, high fever, iron deficiency, diabetes, thyroid disease, drugs... prescribed and street, stress, poor diet, fungal infections, chemicals such as hair dyes, and vitamin deficiencies. Here are some nutrients, herbs, and recommendations to help if you have hair loss.

*Fatty Acids..................................improves hair texture
*Raw Thymus glandular.............Improves immune function (Do not give to kids)
*Vitamins B, B3, B5,B6...............Are important for the health and growth of hair
*Biotin............................................For skin disorders which is linked to hair loss
*Inositol.........................................Vital for hair growth
*MSM............................................Aids the making of Keratin (a protein that is a major component)

Gotu Kola Calms the nervous system and slow stress relate hair loss, just follow the dosage on the label.

Dr. Pratima Raichur(Naturopathic Doctor and Esthetician in NYC)
This paste encourages new growth:
Use 1/2 tsp of fennugreekpowder and 3/4 cup of unsweetened Coconut milk can energize the scalp.Apply paste cover your scalp with a plastic cap for 30 min then wash with a gentle shampoo. "Do this treatment twice a weekfor about 2 months."
* You can find fenugreek powder in the spice section of the supermarket*

Massage soothe the scalp...Where as the heat of stress collects in the head; when the head is hot the hair root becomes unstable, which in turn causes hair loss. Massage your scalp with Sesame oil.

Thursday, October 21, 2010


"CoLoR mE hApPy"

For All of us who love the effects of Natural Healing... Here is some information you may find useful on Color Healing. Everyone is affected by colors, often more than they realize.

 Color is intimately tied to all aspects of our life, especially to its visual aspects. It permeates our language, our culture and our health. We use colors to describe our physical well-being, our emotions, our attitudes, and our spiritual experiences.

 There are some colors we like more than others and there are some we do not like at all. Instinctively we are drawn to the colors that we most need at any particular time. Color can be used to alter our physical, emotional, mental and spiritual conditions.

On those days you feel a little less spirited, try wearing something colorful and brighten your home by opening windows and/or curtains for natural light.

In the winter, try drinking a nice fruity or spicy hot tea or cider.
In the Summer, try drinking a cup homemade  lemon aid,  fresh squeezed orange juice, apple juice, etc... Not only will the smell liven you up, but so will the association of colors!

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

"BACK TO THE BASICS" Sweet and Spicy Tea

This is a great tea for the winter and equally great for an upset stomach! Honey and Ginger has many, many healing properties. To list them all would take me days! So, here is my wonderful recipe...I'm sure you'll enjoy it! Hey, but if you want to know the healing qualities, Check in my blog and facebook page! while your enjoying this tasty/spicy treat.

Tuesday, October 19, 2010


Can you say OLD FASHIONED goodness!!?? This is what cheese is suppose to be! My Family Loved it! It has a cream cheese/ racotta cheese consistancy but a fetta taste!...And It Don't smell!!! I have a real problem with the smell of synthetic cheeses! This is very, very easy, few ingredients and it's not time consuming( My kinda Party!) I would definately recommend it! For Method go to and look under cheeses.

Monday, October 18, 2010

You and Your Scale... 6 Rules of Engagement

(1) Weigh yourself only once a week or your scale may feel like it's being stalked!

(2) Avoid Violence. Never take your frustrations out on your scale just because "You Can't Handle the Truth"

(3) Weigh with as little clothes on as possible, Your scale can be in a torture chamber and still won't laugh or tell your secrets.

(4) Approach your scale with confidence. Never let your scale see you sweat.

(5) Never Weight in at night. Any scale will tell you, even the most fit ones weighs fluffy after hrs.

(6) Don't scheme, Your scale knows all of your tricks. Like holding on to the shower curtain with one foot off of it.

Saturday, October 16, 2010


Astragalus Is good for low immunity due to diseases such as cancer, fibromyalgia, stress, chronic fatigue syndrome, and poor appetite. It has been used in traditional medicine to treat shortness of breath, weakness, colds, flu, night sweats, respiratory disease, lingering diarrhea, uterine and rectal prolapsed, boils, and sores. It only grows in Asia and is generally regarded as safe.

Research was done on 19 cancer patients and 15 healthy people at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, TX. A special prepare extract was given to each participant. The research concluded that Astragalus contained a potent immune stimulant that restored the immune systems function in the majority of the cancer patients.

*Astragalus seemed to key in on:

  1. Bone marrow where the formation of immune cells takes place.
  2. Polysaccharides; which are compounds that stimulate the white blood cells production.
  3. Increase the activity of killer T cells which are the body’s natural defenders that hunt and destroy abnormal invaders.
  4. Increasing the production of Interferon, A natural protein. This Protein allows for cells to thicken, building a wall, so that viruses have a harder time getting in.
*This information is for Educational purposes Only...

Friday, October 15, 2010

"10 Tips For Healthy Skin Care"

"Your Skin is the largest ORGAN of your body" and just like any other organ in the body we must take special care of it. Finding a wrinkle, pimple, or blemish can be an eye sore for most people. However there are may causes... some are in our control, some are are not but I will leave you to decide...However here are a few things that effects your skin.  Stress, Medicines, Un Natural Skin Care Products, Smoking, Drinking, Poor Diet, Mistreatment To The Skin, Too Much Sun, Dry Un-moisturized Skin, Hormones, and the list goes on...There are some "NATURAL REMEDIES" you can use to Undo some of the damage.
(1) Stop: any thing that is causing skin damage like, those from my list above.
(2) Water: is a must (just like any other organ in the body, The skin needs flushing constantly with Good Ole' H2O.
(3) Antioxidants: Start with the most common Antioxidants...Vitamin E, C, and Beta-Carotene. These three fight free radicals in the body and prevent cell damage caused by medications, the sun, stress, etc...
(4)Vitamin A: is an Excellent healer of damaged Skin.
(5) Vitamin C: may be the the most important because not only is it an antioxidant, but it's also essential for developing connective tissues.
(6)Collagen: bind cells together. It maintains the integrity and firmness of the skin; which in turn, means less wrinkles.
(7) Selenium which is a trace mineral that is ultra effective to riding free radicals caused by sun damage. (I suggest you take a multivitamin with selenium in it; less than 100 mg, or consult with your Natural Health Practitioner) because the dose that's right for you just depends on how much of this mineral you are already storing in the body and/or getting in your diet. How much you're getting also depends on the region in which you live and how much of the local produce you are eating; "selenium is in the soil"... so you may want to do some research.
(8) Hormones. Hormone does so much, they can make you look and feel more youthful or they can make you feel and look older. The key is to keep balanced hormones; and the way to that, is to try and balance them "NATURALLY" with soy, legumes, and tofu. These foods have what is called phytoestrogens (plant compounds) that mimic the female biological/hormonal system.
(9)Fatty Acids. Fatty Acids are not made in the body, but you get them from foods like eggs, nuts, veggies, butter, and whole milk. You can also take a supplement of either flaxseed oil or evening primrose, if you are vegetarian or vegan.
(10)Good ole Fashion R and R (Rest and Relaxation). Too much hanging out, partying, pulling all nighters, will definitely have an effect on all the organs including the skin. 

Wednesday, October 13, 2010


♥ ACEROLA ♥  Is a fruit of the rain forest, it is most similar to the cherry and has one of the richest sources of vitamin C.
NUTRIENTS:::This fruit consist of Beta-carotene, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, vitamins A, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, and C.
USES:::has antioxidant, anti fungal  and astringent properties...useful for diarrhea and fever...helps to hydrate the skin and support the liver.


Did you know that not all bacteria is bad for you? There is actually some good bacteria's that helps in disease prevention and that nourishes. Acidophilus is one of them, as soon as we are born our bodies begin to gather these types of bacteria's for protection. One way that these micro-floras are transported is through the mothers breast milk, then later through a variety of foods. Acidophilus produces nutrients such as B vitamins, they produce enzymes that aid in the digestion of proteins, carbs, and fats.

MAY HELP:- Vaginal Yeast Infection, Urinary Tract Infections, Lactose Intolerance, Diarrhea, fibromyalgia, Irritable bowel syndrome, lupus, high cholesterol,osteoporosis, indigestion, constipation, and gas.

INSTRUCTIONS:- Take with food.

GOOD FOOD SOURCES:-fermented milk products like yogurt and kefir, however; high temperatures will destroy acidophilus. so it's best not to heat it.

CAUTIONS & POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS: -Check with your doctor before taking if you have gastrointestinal problems. Check with your Natural Health Practitioner for a suitable dosage.

Monday, October 11, 2010

"Breast Cancer Awareness"

Fighters Tea

Fight sickness this winter and all year around with this tea that the family will L.O.V.E.... This tea has so many healing properties, I don't know where to begin. So I'll just list a few:

Cancer fighter; cold-flu-and inflammation fighter, inhibiting cell proliferation specifically in the Lining of the skin, colon, brain, breast, and lungs; helpful at reducing plaque-forming bacteria in the mouth; prevents E.coli; keeps your Kidney, bladder, and urinary tract in good health and the list goes on....

*LemonCranberry Tea*
1 cup of boling hot purified water
2 tbsps 100% pure organic concentrated cranberry juice
2 tsps of fresh squeezed lemon juice
3 tbsps of pure raw honey (add more or less to suit your taste)


Saturday, October 9, 2010

"BACK TO THE BASICS" *Cinnamon Rice Flour Pancakes*

:::A wonderfully light and grainy tasting pancake:::

If you are: *Allergic to wheat*weight conscious*choosing not to use cane sugar*Want to eat light & healthy.
♥ Ingredients ♥
Rice Flour, Baking Powder, Truvia (Natural sweetener from the stevia leaf), Salt, Buttermilk, Egg, Water, Cinnamon, Olive oil


(Before beginning any workout regime, consult with your physician.)

Hourglass Female Body Shape 
::Shapely upper and Shapely lower::

~~~~ WORKOUT DO'S~~~~If you have an Hourglass female body shape, your muscles bulk up faster, so do NOT add weights to your exercising routine until you loose body fat.Favor: impact sports that require high speed and low to medium resistance that involve both upper and lower body.

Isolated exercises: L-kicks, leg-outs, leg curls & lifts, vertical scissors, arms push-outs, biceps curls, triceps kickbacks, upright rows, front & behind-the-neck presses - all at high reps (30-50 repetitions for each exercise.)
Whole-body workouts: long-distance swimming (crawl stroke only), jumping rope, 5 tibetan rites, fast walking with no incline, skiing, stationary biking (low resistance).

~~~~WORKOUT DON'TS~~~~Avoid: jogging, roller-blading, step classes, walking on an incline, kick-boxing, spinning, and high-impact aerobics.


(Before beginning any workout regime, consult with your physician.)
Spoon Female Body Shape.
::Smaller upper and Shapely lower::.

~~~~ WORKOUT DO'S~~~~Any movements that require lower body flexibility, strength, and coordination, with absolutely NO resistance or weights - as the Spoon female body shape is already heavier on the lower body.

*Isolated exercises: marching in place on toes, all variations of push-ups, L-kicks, leg-outs, one-legged leg lifts, side leg lifts, standing knee to opposite chest, and vertical scissors.
*Whole-body workouts: brisk walking with no incline, 5 Tibetan rites, skiing, jumping rope.

~~~~WORKOUT DON'TS~~~~all leg curls, presses, and extensions; squats, spinning, step classes, kick-boxing, skating, roller-blading, swimming, long-distance running, high-impact aerobics.


(Before beginning any workout regime, consult with your physician.)

Cone (Triangle) Female Body Shape
( Shapely upper and Thin lower)

~~~~ WORKOUT DO'S~~~~Quick, short movements with low resistance for your upper body. Focus more on high resistance on your lower body and abdomen to strengthen and add mass, improving the proportion of your female body shape.

  Isolated exercises: all lower-body exercises with medium/high resistance...such as squats, upper and lower abdominal crunches, hamstring stretches, and upper-body stretches.
Whole-body workouts: jumping rope, 5 Tibetan rites, racquet's sports, slow walking on inclines, stationary biking/stepping with medium/high resistance.

~~~~WORKOUT DON'TS~~~~All upper-body exercises with weights, bench presses, rowing.

Friday, October 8, 2010


(Before beginning any workout regime, consult with your physician.)

Rectangle or Ruler Shape(Thin upper and lower)

~~~~~WORKOUT DO's~~~~ Anything that requires long and sustained aerobic movements - without weights until you reach your ideal weight. Do a stretching routine before and after any workouts, and - most of all - do not skip abdominal exercises; start with them, as you'll have more energy.

Isolated exercises: upper and lower abdominal crunches, full sit-ups, push-ups, spinning, and all upper- or lower-body exercises using medium/high resistance.
Whole-body workouts: long-distance running on an incline, 5 tibetan rites, roller-blading, long-distance swimming, water aerobics, kick-boxing, jumping rope (preferably with a weighted rope), stationary biking/stepping, skiing, any elliptical machine - all with medium/high resistance.
~~~~WORKOUT DON'TS~~~~ Exercises that may cause discomfort to the lower back region (vertical scissors, leg lifts and side leg lifts); as soon as you add abdominal strength and hamstring flexibility, you may start doing these too.


Home Made Loaf Bread straight from my Bread Machine, Ultra easy to make!
:::Always a hit with my family:::
No additive or No Preservatives, usually last 2 to 3 days
Ingredients: flour, water, olive oil, sugar, yeast, salt, dry milk.

Thursday, October 7, 2010

"Sweet Healing"

♥ ♥ ♥ HONEY ♥ ♥ ♥
My favorite sweetener!!! Well, Honey has sooo many good and valuable properties within it, you will literally need to read a book or a few days of online research. But here are a few of my favorites.
♥ Allergies
♥ B1,B2, B3, B5, B6
♥ small Quantities of Zinc, Copper, Iodine,
♥ anti-Inflammatory
♥ Antiseptic
♥ Kills Bacteria
♥ Prevents Infections
♥ Accelerate Skin Healing
♥ Traps Moisture in so Bacteria can't grow
♥ Heals burns
♥ Clears upset stomach
♥ Good for Skin and hair(makes good moisturizing mask and good conditioner when mixed with olive oil.)
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