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HOW TO INCREASE VITAMIN A FORMATION AND CAROTENE ABSORPTION

Tom Sokolowski | Vitamin A is important for good vision and the health of the retina, immune health, cognitive function, the health of your baby yet to be born, the health of your skin, your gut, your bones, and your nerve cells right down to the healthy expression (turning on and off) of your genes. Ready formed vitamin A is ...

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Do Dishwashers Cause Allergies?

Tom Sokolowski | According to the hygiene hypothesis children develop healthy immunity by exposure to bacteria in their surroundings and the modern tendency in the industrialised world to keep children away from the dirt, thoroughly wash and sterilise everything they might come into contact with and overuse antibiotics (as well as eating produce from animals routinely fed antibiotics) has contributed ...

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How To Build True Confidence

by Joe Martino | What does it mean to have confidence? Or to build confidence? In the world of self-help, or even in the world in general, it seems that having or building confidence is a big issue and is often misunderstood. The typical belief is that we must build confidence in order to feel good about ourselves and what we are ...

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This 122 Year Old Woman Has The Most Important Secret To A Life Of Longevity

By Dr. Bruce King | The primary determinant of health for the average person is thought. Not genetics, not exercise or nutrition, but the mind. This has been shown over and over again by the scientific fields of psychoneuroimmunology, psychoneurocardiology, psychoneuroendocrinology, not to mention cancer research and all the various psychosomatic disorders that have been studied. If you doubt that thought affects ...

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These 3 Excuses Are Holding You Back

by Vanessa Petronelli | Over the years I have discovered that excuses play a major role in why we often don’t make necessary changes in our lives. These excuses stop us from moving forward, from taking more time for ourself, from investing in our well-being and ultimately the achievement of our dreams. They keep us playing small, and prevent us from becoming ...

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What Years Of Anxiety & Insomnia Taught Me About How To Effectively Deal With It

by Tom Bunzel | As I review posts on Facebook I am amazed by how many of my friends express their dissatisfaction with not being able to sleep at night, and then being tired during the day. This is such a common complaint that an entire industry has grown out of it—not just in pharmaceuticals but also in the self-help area ...

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What If We Treated Physical Illness Like A Mental Illness?

by Arjun Walia | A large meme recently went viral around the internet bringing up the idea that we should treat mental illness as we would a physical illness. The meme basically equates telling someone with a mental illness that they’re just not trying hard enough or putting in enough effort with saying the same thing to someone with a physical wound, like ...

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Parliament to Debate Legal Status of Cannabis 12th October

The Government will debate whether to legalise cannabis after a petition received 200,000 signatures. A petition started by James Richard Owen, who argues that the legalisation of the production, sale and use of cannabis could bring in £900million in taxes, save £400million in policing and create over 10,000 new jobs. The petition reached 200,000 signatures today, and the Government announced that Parliament will debate the issue on 12 October. ...

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What if You Lived as if Your Favourite Quotes Were Gospel

Chris Paradox | What if you treated the hard earned life wisdom of History’s great quotes as a modern version of The Gospel? I did and it changed my life. We say something is “gospel” or “the gospel truth” because the bible tells us that The Gospel (the stories of Jesus Christ’s life) is the truest truth known to man, ...

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Do What You Love. It’s Your Gift To The Universe

Chris Paradox | This is me doing what I love… We all know that when we’re engaged in an activity we don’t like or find boring, time drags…especially at work, where we can’t help clock watching, even though it seems like the minute hand is going backwards!  On the other hand we all have at least one activity, that we ...

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