Saturday, December 19, 2009

Legumes, Mastic Gum, Sea Salt and Vinegar News

2009 is winding down and 2010 is nearly upon us. This is a time of year where new resolutions begin to form in our minds. We want to be better people, healthier and to live life to it's fullest. These kinds of profound changes usually come with a significant price tag. There's one additional catch: money can't buy them. Only dedication, effort and sacrifice is an acceptable form of payment. But ultimately, if we invest ourselves wholeheartedly, we often find that the end result is a bargain. The rewards far outweigh any personal cost that was needed to make it happen. is a site which strives to provide free information that can be used to improve lives. Please have a look at this week's content and see if there's something there that might help you take a step in a better direction.

Monday - Salt, Sea Salt and the Sodium Potassium Ratio

Tuesday - Mastic Gum and Digestive Health

Wednesday - Does Vinegar Lower Blood Sugar?

Thursday - Product Review - ReserveAge Ultimate Antioxidant

Friday/Weekend -
Are Legumes Healthy?

Better yet, in this season of gift giving, why not share what you've learned on with those that you care about? I hope what you've read serves you and your loved ones well. I hope that all of your holidays are blessed with an abundance of good health and joy. My best wishes to you all in 2010 and beyond!

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Pycnogenol and Eye Health

The holidays are rapidly approaching. This time provides "last minute shoppers" a unique opportunity to give the gift of good health. The web site recommends several affordable and unique presents that you can share with the ones you love ... knowing that it'll bring them both joy and wellness.

Link #1 - Pine Bark Extract (Pycnogenol) for Eye Health

Link #2 - Give the Gift of Natural Health This Holiday Season

Link #3 - What is DIM (Diindolylmethane)?

Link #4 - More Healthy and Unconventional Gift Ideas

Link #5 - The Cancer Prevention Convention

The best gifts don't require a lot of money. But the one thing they have in common is that they show others that you truly care. I hope you'll consider giving a health promoting gift this holiday season. If you do, the benefits may extend far beyond the next couple of weeks.

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Exercise and Weight Loss

It's good to be back home. I was away on family business and just plain old business-business last week. But by now I've had the opportunity to catch up with things at and I'm sure glad that I did. See for yourself why this is my favorite natural health blog on the 'net!

Link # 1: Using Exercise to Manage Weight

Link # 2: Guided Imagery, Indian Gooseberry and More

Link # 3: Apples May Help Protect Against Cancer

Link #4: Gardening for Good Health

Link # 5: Red Clover for Men and Women

I hope you all had a blessed Thanksgiving and that your holidays are shaping up to be both healthful and equally joyful. Please take good care of yourselves and each other!