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Blogpost.11.4.12.Accessing Your 99% World: WEEK FIVE

It takes a lot of courage to release the familiar and seemingly secure,

to embrace the new. But there is no real security in what is no longer meaningful . . .

for in the movement there is life and in change there is power.

.Recommendations to Stop or Prevent Glycation.

Say no to high fructose corn syrup (HFCS). This is nasty form of refined sugar, used widely as an addictive in many processed foods such as soft drinks, breakfast cereal, candy and chips. Read the labels on foods to find the hidden sugar. Know that anything that ends in “ose” is some kind of sugar. To look younger and feel younger, limit your intake of sugar. If you have to use some form of sugar, pure maple syrup is your best bet. Zylotol is also a healthy natural sugar substitute.

My Argument Against Socialism

In addition to Hurricane Sandy, the continued big news is the election. The presidential vote is one between voting for the incumbent who will continue leading us down the path of socialism or electing Romney who will begin giving rights back to the state and shrink federal government.

Examine What You Are Creating With Your Thoughts: WEEK FIVE

An Unexamined Life Is Not Worth Living.

                                                --Socrates

Examine What You Are Creating With Your Thoughts: WEEK FIVE

An Unexamined Life Is Not Worth Living.

                                                --Socrates

Aging Factor #3 (Something we Can Do Something About)

Like Inflammation and Oxidative Stress, Glycation is something we can do something about. First we need to understand it. Glycation is what happens when the sugar and protein molecules from your food get all stuck together causing a tangled mess (imagine your hair on its worst day when you can’t get a comb through it). When glycaation happens, organs stiffen so they can’t function properly. For example:

            • If the heart gets glycated, it can’t pump blood through the body efficiently.

What is the Root of Any Problem?

For every person who is getting at the root of a problem there are hundreds just snipping away at the leaves.

The root of any problem is our thinking. Our thoughts create our feelings, Our feelings create our actions and our actions create the Results we are experiencing.

Monday Morning Tip: Experiencing Your Smart Part World – WEEK FOUR

Now you understand a bit about each of the words you live in, the following experiment will help you tune into each world and experience the difference. For this experiment you will need:

            •  A watch with a second hand

            •  A yard, park or gymnasium

Reducing the Aging Effects of Inflammation and Weight Gain

Last Friday I wrote about the aging affects of inflammation. This Friday, I will share the doctor's recommendations to prevent or stop inflammation and its aging effects

Achieve and maintain a healthy weight.

Tips for attaining and maintaining a healthy weight:

     • Eat breakfast. Missing breakfast slows down your metabolism so food doesn't burn as well.

When Two Belief Systems Collide

Psychologists call it Cognitive Dissonance when an individual has two opposing belief systems they can't resolve, which often causes intense, psychological pain. The Dead Poet's Society, a movie with Robin Williams, is an excellent example of a young man experiencing cognitive dissonance.

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