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Wellness After 30 – Article

Diane R. Randall, MA, HHC

Diane R. Randall, MA, HHC

How do you define your wellness? As we age, it can be difficult to wake up with a sense of purpose. How can you overcome this hurdle?

The article link below explores the work that it takes to achieve wellness, and the reasons to continue to strive for optimal health- physical, mental, and spiritual.

Learn great strategies to get the most out of this time and start creating a life that honors your wellness!

Article Link: Wellness After 30: Getting the Most Out of Later Life by Diane R. Randall

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How to Fight Off a Cold or the Flu

David Getoff, CCN, CTN, FAAIM

David Getoff, CCN, CTN, FAAIM

Sometimes you can fight off a cold or the flu if you follow this protocol the moment you begin to feel sick. Take real vitamin A (not beta carotene) less than 60 minutes after you begin to feel tired or get that “I’m going to be sick tomorrow” feeling. Take 75,000 to 80,000 IU of it and also take at least 1,000 mg of vitamin C. Throughout the day take at least 1,000 mg of vitamin C per 40 pounds of body weight. So, if you are 120 pounds, take at least 3,000 mg of … Continue Reading →

Selective Awareness – Video

with Emmett Miller, MD

with Emmett Miller, MD

Play some mind games with Dr. Emmett Miller.

In the video link below learn about the differences between the conscious mind vs. unconscious mind, and how the unconscious mind avoids thinking about unpleasant things to protect the conscious mind.

It’s easy to miss something you’re not looking for.

Video Link: Selective Awareness with Emmett Miller, MD

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Vitamin D for hives

Aisle7-17_Photo-Blog“Adding vitamin D to the treatment regimen of people with hives—technically called chronic urticaria—decreases symptom severity, according to the Annals of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology” from a healthnotes® research article “New Hope for People with Hives.”

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Asthma-Friendly Gardens – Article

Tom Ogren

Tom Ogren

One of the major keys to asthma prevention is avoidance. If we’re willing to make some simple changes in our environment, allergies caused by gardening can be largely a thing of the past.

The article link below provides twelve tips to building your own asthma-friendly garden.

Learn how you can have a green thumb without the pollen problems!

Article Link: Asthma-Friendly Gardens by Tom Ogren

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Touch, Caring and Cancer – Video

with William Collinge, PhD, MPH and others

with William Collinge, PhD, MPH and others

One of the most helpful forms of support you can offer a loved one with cancer is the use of touch. A simple 20 minute massage can reduce symptoms and side effects of cancer in half.

The video link below shows you that caregivers can learn some basic skills for touch and massage to use with their loved ones who are cancer patients.

Pass your love and good wishes through your hands.

Video Link: Touch, Caring and Cancer with William Collinge, PhD, MPH and others

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Vaccine safety

vaccinationThe controversy about vaccine safety was escalated by the new California law that eliminates all personal and religious exemptions to vaccinations for children attending any public or private school. The most recent challenges question research methodology and conflicts of interest. Those affected by this new law might want to review related articles while being careful to take these two factors into consideration.

ISSUE: Vaccine validating research

AHHA strives to maintain a neutral position on issues. For those interested in learning more about this month’s issue, the following online articles have been compiled to get you started on your research.

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Strong Bones = Youth & Vitality – Article

Monique N. Gilbert, BSc

Monique N. Gilbert, BSc

The quality of our skeletal structure has a direct impact on our appearance, vitality and energy level.

The article link below explains the role of calcium absorption in helping the body’s skeletal structure, and which foods help in the retention of this vital mineral. Diet isn’t the only factor! Many things are at play when it comes to the health of your bones.

Learn what all these different factors are and how you can use this information to positively impact the way your body absorbs and stores calcium.

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Healthy Eating on a Budget!

Judy E. Buss

Judy E. Buss

There is a growing public realization that a wholesome diet plays a major role in good health and disease prevention. Unfortunately, some believe that healthy eating is expensive and that they are unable to afford it. The good news is, for a number of reasons, this belief is a myth! Eating nutritious fare is actually cheaper than eating out or consuming highly processed food at home.

When living under circumstances where you have no say over grocery shopping and meal preparation, or when dining out, healthier choices can still be made and portion size controlled. Contrary to … Continue Reading →

Hot Water Therapy & Hydrogen – Video

with Faris AlHajri, PhD-AM

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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