Archives for January 2014

Oh Sugar!

“I love to eat - Kit Kats or cookies-and-cream ice cream. I need sugar like five times a day.” Kim Kardiashian During the holidays, I ate too many sweets.  In the New Year, I started working-out and avoiding desserts, but experienced powerful sugar cravings.  Curious, I did some research and learned that sugar has become problematic for a majority of the population. According to some reports, sugar is predicted to have a greater health risk than Hepatitis, HIV, Polio and Cigarettes combined. 
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Jump Out of Your Skin

Spirit is Love Set On Fire How often have you found yourself immersed in the daily trials and tribulations of life, caught-up in negative emotions.  When untreated, these emotions can lead to illness and physical pain.  Emotion can be healthy, but uncontrollable emotions, the ones you just can't shake, are an automatic response left over from childhood.  How your subconscious was programmed in childhood is what controls you 95% of the time. It can actually seem simpler and easier to
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Wisdom from Beyond

"Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve." Napoleon Hill Before I realized my own psychic powers, friends convinced me to visit their psychics.  By age 40, I had received at least one psychic reading per decade. One thoughtful clairvoyant, at Frederic Street in Toronto, gave me a lovely angel brooch to pin on my lapel.  She said, "You really should talk to your angels more often!"  At the time, I never talked to "my angels" because I didn't believe in them. Another
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What’s Killing North Americans?

'Tis the season of over-indulgence and the festive spirit.  Despite being fun and tasty, research shows that your favourite foods may be killing your body, mind and spirit.  It's a New Year and perhaps it's time for some positive changes. You don't need to have Celiac Disease to suffer from the negative effects of gluten.  Ingestion of gluten can cause cognitive problems like forgetfulness and difficulty concentrating, also known as brain fog.   In an article by Jane Anderson, reviewed by
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