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Anthony Carranza

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Jerry Nelson

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  • The Menopause Transition

    "Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food."- Hippocrates

    Menopause is a transition in life that women sometimes dread, anticipating the discomfort of hot flashes along with other symptoms such as nervousness, depression, irritability, and mood swings.  Women can come to feel badly about themselves and have a poor body image, in part, because of negative perceptions associated with menopause, some of which are …

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  • Elizabeth Warren Makes CDC Official Lie to Congress

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    Senator Elizabeth Warren – in trying to make a dig at Senator Rand Paul for his remarks about vaccines causing “profound mental disorders” – ended up making a top Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) official lie to Congress. Dr. Anne Schuchat, director of CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, lied about …

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  • Nutrition Tips for a Healthy Pregnancy

    "Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food." - Hippocrates

    This week’s blog is dedicated to Fit Kids February, which from my mind’s eye starts with a healthy pregnancy.  Rather than write on nutrition for children, I thought to take a step back and focus on ways that women can nourish themselves during their nine month journey.  Nutrition during pregnancy, in turn, can greatly impact …

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  • What is the art of the Ninja really?

    What is Ninjutsu really?

    What is the art of the Ninja? What are its origins? What is it for and how is it practiced?
    Join us for EM Techniques interview with Shihan James Loriega a student of the late Prof. Ronald Duncan also known as the father of American Ninjutsu. Overexposed in film, saturated in …

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  • Elizabeth Stoker Bruenig on Vaccines – A College Grudge?

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    Some “journalists” spread misinformation denying the dangers of vaccines because they are trained to by CDC, for which they deserve none of the protections intended for a free press and should be fully investigated by Congress. For The New Republic’s newly-hired Elizabeth Stoker Bruenig – who wrote hit-pieces against Rand Paul and Chris Christie …

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  • Mind Nutrition: What’s Your Mental Diet?

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    Mental Diet? Most would feel we have enough already with nutrition, exercise, and healthy lifestyle to keep us busy and on the path to wellbeing. However, a vital aspect of nutrition is not just the supplements we feed the mind, but also what we are taking in on a daily basis via the media, music, …

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  • Vitamin and Mineral Supplements

    "Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food." - Hippocrates

    A New York Times article last week titled, Stupid Pills, by Timothy Egan points out how many people take vitamin and mineral supplements in an industry that is minimally regulated. While drugs have to be proven to be effective before they are sold to the public, dietary supplements do not. In the article, some …

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  • Illegal Childbirth Sometimes Safer

    In Holland, one-third of children are born at home. That is quite a contrast to home births in the United States, where several states have laws restricting certain categories of midwives from assisting with home births. (Maartje Blijdensein/AFP/Getty Images)

    Names and places have been changed to protect identities.

    Thursday, July 23. It’s 10:32 p.m. and midwife Mary Anderson has already negated a few hospital childbirth policies as she illegally tends to a woman laboring in Rockville, Md. Melissa Trainer has been in labor for 45 hours and doesn’t know she has another three hours …

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  • Obama Contradicts Himself on Vaccines, Paul and Christie Get Slammed

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    Likely GOP presidential candidates Senator Rand Paul and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie are being slammed in the media for giving their own honest and consistent positions on the role of vaccination choice, with Paul further slammed for bringing awareness to vaccine injury. Yet it was President Barack Obama who gave contradictory stances on vaccinations …

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  • Nutritional Support for Low Thyroid Function

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    Usually when we think about the thyroid gland, slow or fast metabolism comes to mind and its effect on body weight. Mary Sholom, in her book, The Thyroid Hormone Breakthrough: Overcoming Sexual and Hormonal Problems at Every Age, points out that the thyroid has many functions.  It plays a role in the processing of …

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  • Did Andrew Wakefield Out The CDC Whistleblower For Money?

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    Five months have elapsed since senior CDC scientist Dr. William Thompson – who spoke out about the suppression of research results linking autism to early measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine administration – was prematurely outed without his permission by de-licensed British doctor Andrew Wakefield. Yet one question still lingers: why did he do …

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  • The Role of Nutrition in Learning

    "Let food be thy medicine and medicine by thy food."

    We do not hear much about the role of nutrition in learning of school-aged children other than high sugar and refined carbohydrates in the diet, which research has shown can reduce IQ scores by as much as twenty-five points.  Refined carbohydrates actually turn into sugar during the digestive process.

    Patrick Holford, in his book, New …

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  • MEDITATION: INVITATION TO A FAMILY REUNION

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    The A380 is such a large jetliner! As it climbs to 40,000 feet, you don’t feel like you are moving very fast or elevating quickly. At that altitude, you rise above the discontent below. The heavens above now appear to be in your midst. Here one feels strangely a part of the peace and beauty …

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  • 15 Fitness Habits You Should Start in 20s

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    When your in your 20’s you tend to live in the moment without a care for what tomorrow will bring. However, maintaining good physical health requires you to plan ahead and establish a routine so you will be healthier now and in your later years. It is important to get an early start and implement …

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  • The Health Benefits of Butter

    "Let food be thy medicine and medicine by thy food."- Hippocrates

    As a child I can recall many of the joys of eating butter drizzled on cooked vegetables, especially baked potatoes.  Back in the day, potatoes were actually cooked in a oven for at least forty-five minutes and had crispy skins that were part of the delight in eating the potato.

    Some years down the road …

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  • The Scoop on Low-Fat Diets

    "Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food." - Hippocrates

    Many people discussing their diet plans think in terms of low-fat options as a way to shed those unwanted pounds.  There are so many misconceptions around the role of fat in weight loss that I thought it would be helpful to share some of my understanding of the current state of affairs around low fat …

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  • Autism Investigated Announces Awards for 2014

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    Announcing Autism Investigated’s Awards for 2014, and the winners are…

    Scientist of the Year: Dr. Boyd Haley

    Dr. Boyd Haley is a chemist and international authority on mercury toxicity who has not been afraid to speak out against wrongdoing. Case-in-point: when Robert F. Kennedy Jr. chopped chapters on thimerosal’s role in causing autism out of …

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  • Praying Mantis Kung Fu the practice and history. Part 2.

    EM Techniques interview with Master Longfei Yang

    Master Longfei Yang of the Praying Mantis Kung fu system shares the origins of the system.  The history and insights and special ways of practice.
    Join us for the second part of Em Techniques interview with Longfei Yang…
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    Through my lens…

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    Seven Star Praying Mantis…

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  • New Year’s Food Traditions

    "Let Food Be They Medicine and Medicine Be Thy Food." - Hippocrates

    On New Year’s Eve, it can be fun to share a cultural food tradition that symbolizes health and prosperity for the future. What I find interesting is that many of these traditions are associated with some of the healthiest foods on earth.  Pomegranates are eaten in Mediterranean countries as a symbol of abundance and fertility. …

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  • Health and Happiness Starts in the Kitchen

    "Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food."

    Health and happiness are more closely related to the foods we eat than many of us realize.  If we are mindful of how we react to food, some are nourishing to the body and we feel energized.  Others are depleting, which makes us feel sluggish and hardly on the higher end of the happiness food …

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