There are currently 1.1 - 1.4 billion smokers and tobacco users
in the world and about 4.9 million of them will die this year
from smoking and tobacco related diseases. Tobacco IS NOT just
another Consumer Product .This misconception would have to go
down in history as one of the most successful product marketing
shams. Why? How is it that a product can be marketed as giving
flavour and satisfaction, when what you really get is addiction,
sickness and poverty.
Tobacco is one of the few legal ...Read the rest of this entry »
What is the Wellness Industry?
Wellness is anything that makes you feel healthier, stronger,
see better, hear better, feel better, or fight symptoms of
What is the Sickness Industry?
The sickness industry is the healthcare industry i.e. anything
concerned with being sick and treating symptoms of sickness. The
Sickness Industry has little to do with preventing illness,
being stronger or healthier.
What is important about the Wellness Industry?
The Natural Marketing Institute (NMI), ...Read the rest of this entry »
It is a must for all of us to be conscious of the proper
nourishment that our body needs. While all of us are aware that
it is important to have an intake of three complete meals per
day, with at least snacks in between, many, though, are not very
conscious of meeting the body’s daily nutritional needs, while
attending to their daily menu. Knowing the importance of
balancing each meal according to the necessary nourishment
needed by our body will help greatly in minimizing risks of
disease, ...Read the rest of this entry »
Traditional Chinese Medicine and Infertility
Although health and healing are the common goals of Traditional
Chinese Medicine (TCM) and allopathic medicine, their ideas on
the etiology of disease, disease itself and the process used to
regain health are decidedly different. The allopathic physician
learns that disease must be cured by prescribing medicine, which
kills bacteria or renders a virus ineffective; at times surgical
intervention is a necessity.
There is nothing inherently wrong with ...Read the rest of this entry »
Eating for Health, Happiness and Successful Weight Control by
Dr. William Parsons
Don't diet, just eat and lose weight!
First, the following "diet" is really not a diet, in the
conventional sense, but a natural way of eating. It allows one
to eat essentially anything one wishes, while attaining weight
loss or weight control goals and consuming the necessary
nutrients for a long and healthful life. The term "diet" implies
restrictions by either eliminating or radically reducing the
intake of ...Read the rest of this entry »
Antibiotic overuse (especially for the common cold) has led to
antibiotic resistance. Natural antibiotics and anti viral herbs
that may boost immune system are discussed, plus the types of
cold and flu, and cough and cold in a weak immune system.
Most people don't realize that western biomedical understanding
didn't include the immune system until very recently. The first
vaccine was developed in the late 1800's, and most of the immune
system was not understood until the 1960's. Oriental ...Read the rest of this entry »
Motivation, Discipline, & Persistence
This book is meant to be primarily practical. It contains theory
and philosophy as well, but its main function is to be a tool to
improve your life. But most of the solutions in this book are
not one-time magic bullets. You must continue to apply many of
these frequently in order to bring yourself back into balance,
and to maintain that balance.
NEW HABITS, NEW LIFESTYLE
But, as imperfect humans in a very demanding and distracting
society, we have ...Read the rest of this entry »
Water: Pure and Simple
Thirsty? Before you reach for that soda, beer or sports drink,
how about reaching for something that has been around since the
beginning of time—water. Water is one of the most pure, most
essential nutrients on the face of the earth. We drink it, wash
with it, swim in it and spend nine months developing in it.
Every living thing consists of water: plants, animals and
humans; each one of us is made up of approximately 70% water.
Water is an important and precious ...Read the rest of this entry »
This page is dedicated to the busy woman who juggles
professional and personal life so efficiently but seems to
frequently forget to include herself in her timetable. Women
superheroes look gorgeous on TV, magazines and comics. So can
YOU -you're the daily superhero who comes unnoticed and most of
the time, disregarded! It's time to come out.
Give yourself the rewards fit for royal ladies, princesses and
queens- PAMPER yourself!
No, keep your wallets and step out of those walking shoes. ...Read the rest of this entry »
According to the Australian Council of Trade Unions’ (A.C.T.U.)
1997 survey, fifty per cent of workers had suffered some form of
stress at work in a 12-month period. The statistics in care
professions were even higher, with the Department of Education
and Training in Western Australia reporting in its 2002
Attitudes To Teaching Survey that seventy per cent of teachers
identified workplace stress as a cause for concern in their
Stress in the workplace is becoming a major ...Read the rest of this entry »