Healthy Living

Dream Declarations & Activation – By Charity Virkler Kayembe

Through a little verse in Proverbs, God let us in on a great big secret: Life and death are in the power of our tongues (Prov. 18:21). This principle is confirmed in the book of Job, revealing that when we declare a thing, it is established (Job 22:28). These Scriptures make it clear that we are like our Creator Father in whose image we were made. Just as He did, we create our world with our words (Heb. 11:3).

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Delete and Block 28 – Rani Prem

Create your own Beauty from the Kitchen – Coconut Oil  (Part 2)Hello beautiful people!!!! By popular request I have decided to write a number of articles about natural beauty products and this article will solely concentrate on coconut oil, the elixir of the Gods.

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The Medical Medium – Acid Reflux & Celery Juice

Acid Reflux & Celery JuiceAcid reflux is not due to gastric acids or hydrochloric acid from the stomach as medical research and science believe. If you or someone you know is experiencing acid reflux regularly, the acid is either coming from a bacteria or toxins in the liver and even the small intestinal tract. In most cases, it is bacterial. Medical communities aren’t aware that this is what is really behind this unpleasant condition.

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Delete and Block 27 –  Rani Prem

  Create your own beauty from the kitchen Hello beautiful people!!! I grew up in a household where nothing was wasted. My mother use to say “stop wasting money” When you think how much money we spend on beauty products and vitamin tablets etc, are we crazy!!!!  I’m going to provide you with some great nutritional treats. No, in depth science, just quick explanations. Seriously if I can’t spell it or pronounce it, I’m not using it and I don’t want to bore you with the science. We are becoming a smoothie nation so let’s add the beauty from the kitchen. Avocados We all know avocado is good for us and most of us eat an avocado every day. How many of you throw the seed away? Did you know the avocado seed has huge anti-ageing benefits among other things? Improves cardio vascular health – 70% of the amino acid found in the avocado is in the seed. Essential oil found in the seed can control blood pressure and cholesterol. Fights stomach infections Rejuvenate skin and hair Strengthens the immune system Prevent wrinkles Improves hair growth Lose weight Increase energy levels and much more How to Consume Wash and place in the sun to dry (No sun, place it into the oven on 250 F, 120 C gas mark 2 for 2 hours until dry) Remove the brown layer, cut the white part and grind. Add to anything such as smoothies, soups, cereal and salads. It has no taste so won’t alter the flavours of your food. Keep in an airtight container. Note: only use a quarter of a... read more

Talula Little Mums & Toddlers Yoga – Lisa Writes for You Today

Hamstings! Sitting all day, sitting, sitting, sitting. That’s what I remember doing when my little girl was born. We would sit and feed, some days for hours! I remember when I started to get back into my yoga practice I couldn’t touch my toes! I hadn’t been thinking about me at all or the long term effects these repetitive non movements where having on me. I had this warped view that I would be able to just get back to old ways easily, but I was wrong. Without being consistently mindful of my posture, getting back into some form of healthy was going to be a struggle. Which muscle does sitting for hours effect? Your hamstrings of course. Today we will focus on our hamstrings. Below are a few simple exercises you can do to begin to gain back (or not lose) your hamstring range. Simple and also feels great on the spine; Forward Fold Standing legs hip distance apart with knees slightly bent Begin to fold forward from your hips Placing hands to opposite elbows Deeply bend the knees bringing belly to thighs Allow the head and neck to relax Let the arms feel heavy, allowing gravity to pull you closer to the ground Begin to start straightening the legs but keeping a slight bend in the knee You can sway the arms left and right if this feels good on your back. Come down to the floor on all fours; Low lunge Step the right foot forward Sinking the hips low and forward to get a stretch in the hips Begin to straighten the front leg coming... read more

Thinking You’re Not Good Enough – By Robbie Holz

Do you ever feel like sometimes you aren’t good enough? We all do. You’d be surprised how many people feel that way. We live in a culture with social media where we’re constantly exposed to everyone else’s successes. It’s easy to feel we don’t measure up physically, professionally or socially.

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Celery Juice – The Medical Medium – Anthony William Explores its Values

If you’ve ever experienced digestive problems such as constipation, diarrhoea, bloating, excess gas, stomach pain, or small intestinal bacterial overgrowth (SIBO), or looked into how the body works, you might have heard about the digestive enzymes we need to break down food. These digestive enzymes are crucial, but they’re not the only digestive enzymes your body uses. There are three other types of digestive enzymes you need and where they come from might surprise you: celery juice.

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Delete and Block 26 By Rani Prem

Classy Vs TrashyI saw an amazing looking lady on my usual trip to Sainsbury’s. I couldn’t help but stare at how well put together she was. Her makeup was immaculate and she had just used enough to enhance the beauty that she was born with. Her attire was spot on and she looked classy. She suddenly noticed that I was staring and from a distant of approximately one meter she shouted out ‘what the f**k are you staring at, b***h’ Wow!!! Ladies the only thing that popped into my head seriously trashy.

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Delete and Block 25 – By Rani Prem

What Am I?I was born and brought up in the UK. I am the first generation of my family to be born here. So what am I? Sure, I am British but am I also English? When asked what am I the first word that comes out of my mouth is English and interestingly many people that asked me the question say ‘no, you’re not white’ But what has the colour of my skin got do with what I am. We are the only country in the world that distinguishes between English and British, English being white and British being non-white. How does this make any sense?  Have you ever looked at a census form, well here is an example:

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Being More Open-Minded Toward Different People – By Robbie Holz

  “During the day, I don’t believe in ghosts. At night, I’m a little more open-minded.”    —Anonymous Being open-minded is easier said than done. Everyone is raised with a different set of values and beliefs.  Throughout our lives, we tend to surround ourselves with people who are like us and share our belief system. You sincerely believe that you’re right and those who think differently are just plain wrong. It’s that genuine belief that you’re right that’s behind your desire for other people to be, and think, more like you. You expect them to behave the way you want them to. Being open-minded to diverse people and beliefs can immeasurably enrich your life. Open-mindedness is the ability to be receptive to something new and different. Sounds simple enough but it’s difficult when that “something new” contradicts what you believe. Staying open-minded is tough to put into practice when you’re confronted with people who are very different than you. Keeping an open mind helps you to grow because you allow yourself to embrace new ideas and people. Here are reasons, and ways, to help you become more open-minded. We Each Interpret the World Differently Two people can witness the same incident and walk away with differing viewpoints on what happened. That’s because everyone views everything through a slightly different lens. We each categorize and understand the world based on how we were raised and our experiences. Our brains are wired accordingly which is why we each interpret the same information differently. Most disagreements are caused by different perceptions that created different realities. It doesn’t mean that one is necessarily “right”... read more

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