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The AHHA website (ahha.org) has a page footer horizontal photo menu under the heading DISCOVER ALL OF THE RESOURCES IN THIS WEBSITE. There are four menu items visible at a time. By clicking on the triangle at the end of the row, you can access five more sets of four. We invite you to enjoy using this menu to explore the 24 resources available for you on our website.… Continue Reading →

On the Path – Article

Tim Custis, NMT

Have you ever been told you’ll just have to live with pain, that nothing can be done! Did you question what you were told? Did you try to find help anyway?

The article link below discusses Tim Custis’ journey to healing through multiple doctor appointments, chiropractic and BioSync. It is very important to work with healthcare practitioners that you feel comfortable with and can trust.

Remember to embrace change in your life and your body. Don’t quit! Keep looking for the results you want.

Article Link: On The Path by Tim Custis, NMT

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Are Canola Oil and Cottonseed Oil Healthy?

David Getoff, CCN, CTN, FAAIM

People need to, as much as possible, stay away from soybean oil and canola and cottonseed oils.  Cottonseed is particularly harmful because cotton is a plant that is not considered to be a food. However, cottonseed is used frequently in many processed and prepackaged foods, because the oil is considered a food, and because it is cheap to grow and maintain. Since it is not a food crop, growers spray all kinds of pesticides and herbicides on it that are illegal for food crops.  It has even more toxins in it than typical soy … Continue Reading →

Hot Water Therapy & Hydrogen – Video

with Faris AlHajri, PhD-AM

Hot water therapy enhances the hydrogen in your body organs.

In the video link below learn how hydrogen is the most powerful antioxidant and plays various vital roles in your health system.

Video Link: Hot Water Therapy & Hydrogen with Dr. Faris AlHajri 

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Peanut vs. tree nut allergies – Research Article

“Having a nut allergy may not necessarily mean your nut-eating days are over, according to a study published in Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology.” from a healthnotes® NEWSWIRE research article “If You Have a Tree Nut Allergy, You May Still Be Able to Eat Nuts.”

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How to Build Vitality and Stop Energy Vampires from Draining You – Article

Judith Orloff, MD

Each day we encounter a wide range of energies, both positive and negative.

The article link below describes the journey of one empathy to learning how to protect herself from the negative energy from others that drained her.

Learn how you too can benefit from positive energy and block the negative.

Article Link: How to Build Vitality and Stop Energy Vampires from Draining You by Judith Orloff, MD

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Balance Stress and Optimal Health – Video

with Emmett Miller, MD

Dr. Miller offers you a deeper understanding of how the mind and body can work in harmony to produce healing, balance and wellness.

In the video link below learn how this deeper understanding can help you to reclaim your inborn personal wisdom and integrate with the scientific knowledge and techniques of modern medicine.

Enjoy the benefits of uniting the seemingly disparate fields of knowledge and experience.

Video Link: Balance, Stress, and Optimal Health with Emmett Miller, MD

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Biodegradable plastics – Issue

A growing number of American consumers are realizing that their waste disposal decisions have an environmental impact. Increasingly, people are willing to pay more for products with biodegradable packaging that is “environmentally friendly.” There is now major interest in developing the technology to produce more advanced and effective biodegradability of plastics. A review of recent articles on this topic seems to indicate vastly different climates in the U.S. and abroad. We note that the definition of biodegradable has come under challenge in U.S. courts. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and the State of California have issued the most stringent regulations.… Continue Reading →

Taking Care of the Caregiver – Article

Donna McCullough, PhD

Imagine how it would be if everywhere you went, everyone you encountered spoke to you in a loving way. As a caregiver, you are doing an important job, but you must first love yourself before you can pass that love to others.

The article link below uncovers how you become the loudest voice in your head, and often an unkind voice.

Learn how to put your effort and focus into creating uplifting messages for yourself when you feel overwhelmed.

Article Link: Taking Care of the Caregiver by Donna McCullough, PhD.

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Millet: Not Just for the Birds!

Judy E. Buss

If you are tired of eating brown rice too often when wanting to include whole grains in your diet, millet comes to the rescue, just in time before you begin to dream about a twelve-cheese pizza… Delicious and inexpensive, millet has a lovely delicate sweet flavor and like all whole grains, is a nutrition-dense seed that provides multiple health benefits. Its nutrients are delivered in a slow and sustained release for hours after a meal.

The tiny, gluten-free, round yellow seeds originated in North Africa in prehistoric times and eventually spread to all other parts of the … Continue Reading →

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