Typically, Caucasian women start greying in their mid 30's, Asians in their late 30's and African Americans in their mid 40's. When I began to go grey in my early 40's I always wanted that perfect white hair like Glenda the Good Witch in the Wizard of Oz. But such was not my luck. I spent … [Read more...] about Hair: To Dye Or Not To Dye…That Is The Question
My great grandfather died early from a heart attack while digging a hole to plant a rose bush in the backyard. His foot hit the head of the shovel and he just collapsed, leaving his large family in shock. My grandfather on my mother's side died early of a heart attack before I was born. He … [Read more...] about Are You A Heart Attack Risk?
During the thousands of years that our forebears traveled in small hunter-gatherer bands, the sexes did different jobs. Women gathered, men hunted. Those jobs required different skills. Up until the 'modern era' we often lived separately in same sex houses. With good reason. Men and women … [Read more...] about Dare To Detox Your Marriage
True Detox cleansing to address chronic disease is not a short term crash diet. Nor is it a quick week-end “cleanse in a box.” It is a powerful healing support system that has a modern history starting in Switzerland. The famous Swiss physician and pioneering nutritionist, Max … [Read more...] about Modern History Of Detoxing To Help Heal Disease
Strawberries, a member of the rose family, are not just the symbol of Venus, the goddess of love. They were one of my mighty warrior foods when I was detoxing my body to heal from cancer. Quercetin, a natural antioxidant and anti-inflammatory agent found in abundance in strawberries, can … [Read more...] about Fighting Cancer With Strawberries