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Autosuggestion and Guided Imagery with Jean Luc Mommaertz, MD

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
Autosuggestion is different from guided imagery or hypnosis. It is a form of making choices oneself rather than from the hypnotherapist.          

Choosing the Right Treatment

submitted by: admin on 09/19/2013
Choosing the right treatment when you're challenged by serious illness is often not easy. We tend to trust our physician because we don't know medicine, but how do you know that your doctor knows enough to make the best decision? It points out the importance of getting opinions from more than one health care practitioner and from doing research on the...

Making Choices that Don't Help

submitted by: admin on 05/29/2024
Making bad choices are often conscious. New Year Resolutions and legislation don't work. Education through school programs, family values, and role models are important. DTC and other ads undermine our intelligence.

Making Conscious Choices

submitted by: admin on 10/10/2013
  John Renesch is a self taught social entrepreneur who has published 14 books and hundreds of articles on organizational and social transformation. He is actively engaged in teaching social transformation and in this video focuses on how making conscious choices can influence positive change on our cultural values and operations.      

Menu Choices--I'll Have What He's Having

submitted by: admin on 11/13/2013
A University of Illinois study looked at what people would order when eating together as a group. They found that they tended to order many of the same things. Apparently, people want to "fit in" with the people they eat with. They also noticed that people were happier if they were making similar choices as those sitting around them.  Dr. Len...

Obesity Genes Influence Food Choices

submitted by: admin on 10/12/2013
An article published in the May of 2012 issue of the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition showed that people with variation in certain obesity genes tend to eat more meals and snacks, consume more calories, and often choose high fat, sugary foods. It may be possible to minimize this genetic risk by changing one's eating patterns through conscious eating.              

Proactive Prevention Now! With Russ Jaffe, MD

submitted by: admin on 10/14/2013
It is very important to prevent disease rather then detect it early. 1% of our population spends 30% of our health care dollars. We need to improve how we deliver care and how we live our lives if we want to feel better and conserve our money.              

School Kitchen Garden Programs Work

submitted by: admin on 10/14/2013
  Grow it, try it, and you just might like it! That is the motto many schools are using to encourage kids to eat more fruits and veggies. A program out of Australia published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior in March of 2013 recruited 764 kids in grades 3-6 and 562 parents. Each class had 45 minutes a week in the garden with a trained...

Suppose Our Life Path Has Always Been Right-on with Scout Bartlett

submitted by: admin on 10/16/2013
The way life unfolds is usually unpredictable. However, as one looks back, there is an uncanny meaning to whatever choices we made. Scout gives some interesting examples.              

The Choices We Can Make About Covid 19

submitted by: admin on 09/11/2020
We can and must make choices about our destiny, especially when it comes to the mandates about Covid 19. We must not acquiesce to lockdowns, face masks, or social distancing. We don't have to take the vaccine for Covid 19. We are not bound by the mandates of the FDA, CDC, NIH, or WHO. Time is running out and we cannot continue to be victims. What we can do...

The Necessity for Social Transformation

submitted by: admin on 10/17/2013
Without social transformation we cannot evolve to a much needed evolutionary change where we are committed to service and the development of true community historically based on self-centered narcissistic greed and survival of the fittest. John Renesch is a social entrepreneur who has published 14 books and hundreds of articles on organizational and social...

You Have Cancer, Now What?

submitted by: admin on 10/12/2013
When most people get cancer they feel an urgency to begin treatment from mainstream oncologists. It is important to understand options from both mainstream and CAM resources. Examples are given. Integrative strategies are difficult to create, but they are what we need.

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