Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Let's Get Weird!

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Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Mineral Supplementation

There are three ways of supplementing with mineral
1 - Elemental Minerals - Elemental minerals are metals. In patients under 40 8-12% of the metalic minerals are absorbed into the body. Over 40 this absorption drops to 3-5%. Lets look at Calcium Lactate for example, 1000mg of Calcium Lactate contains only 140mg of elemental calcium. So if only 10% is absorbed that means on 14mg of calcium is actually absorbed. Many of the essential minerals in their elemental for can actually be toxic to the body.

2 - Chelated Minerals - This is the type that farmers use to feed their livestock. Chelated Minerals have digestive engymes added to increase absorption. This type of mineral has a 40% absorption rate.

3 - Choloidal Minerals - This type of mineral has been designed with a negative (-) charge. The intestinal lining carries a positive (+) charge. Since opposite charges attract each other this tyoe of mineral is 98% absorbed.

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    Tuesday, October 18, 2011

    Mineral Conspiracy!

    Did you know that the food we eat today does not have any where near the mineral content that it did when this country was founded?

    The US Senate did!

    BACK IN 1936!

    Here is Senate Document 264 explaining why we have a mineral deficiency in this country. And the medical community says "You get all the vitamins and minerals from your 4 basic food groups"

    Makes one wonder if they know we are mineral deficient and they don't want us to supplement because its a waste of our money, who really profits from our mineral deficient bodies?

    74th Congress, 2nd Session, June 5, 1936

    "Our physical well-being is more directly dependent upon minerals we take into our systems than upon calories or vitamins, or upon precise proportions of starch, protein or carbohydrates we consume."

    "Do you know that most of us today are suffering from certain dangerous diet deficiencies which cannot be remedied until depleted soils from which our food comes are brought into proper mineral balance?"

    "The alarming fact is that foods (fruits, vegetables and grains) now being raised on millions of acres of land that no longer contain enough of certain minerals are starving us - no matter how much of them you eat. No man of today can eat enough fruits and vegetables to supply his/her system with the minerals they require for perfect health because their stomach isn't big enough to hold them."
    "The truth is that our foods vary enormously in value, and some of them aren't worth eating as food... Our physical well-being is more directly dependent upon the minerals we take into our systems than upon calories or vitamins or upon the precise proportions of starch, protein, or carbohydrates we consume."

    "This talk about minerals is novel and quite startling. In fact, a realization of the importance of minerals in food is so new that the text books on nutritional dietetics contain very little about it. Nevertheless, it is something that concerns all of us, and the further we delve into it the more startling it become."

    "You'd think, wouldn't you, that a carrot is a carrot - that one is about as good as another as far as nourishment is concerned? But, it isn't; one carrot may look and taste like another and yet be lacking in the particular mineral element which our system requires and which carrots are supposed to contain."
    "Laboratory test prove that the fruits, the vegetables, the grains, the eggs, and even the milk and the meats of today are not what they were a few generations ago (which doubtless explains why our forefathers thrived on a selection of foods that would starve us!)"

    "No longer does a balanced and fully nourishing diet consist merely of so many calories or certain vitamins or fixed proportions of starches, proteins and carbohydrates. We know that our diets must contain in addition something like a score of mineral salts."

    "It is bad news to learn from our leading authorities that 99% of the American people are deficient in these minerals, and that a marked deficiency in any one of the more important minerals actually results in disease. Any upset of the balance, any considerable lack or one or another element, however microscopic the body requirement may be, and we sicken, suffer, shorten our lives."

    "We know that vitamins are complex chemical substances which are indispensable to nutrition, and that each of them is of importance for normal function of some special structure in the body. Disorder and disease result from any vitamin deficiency. It is not commonly realized, however, that vitamins control the body's appropriation of minerals, and in the absence of mineral's they have no function to perform. Lacking vitamins, the system can make some use of minerals, but lacking minerals, vitamins are useless."

    "Certainly our physical well-being is more directly dependent upon the minerals we take into our systems than upon calories of vitamins or upon the precise proportions of starch, protein of carbohydrates we consume."

    "This discovery is one of the latest and most important contributions of science to the problem of human health."

    Saturday, October 15, 2011

    Just a Little Extra Effort

    Just a little extra effort is all it takes.

    Just a little extra effort is the difference between success and failure,

    You are responsible for your results.

    Will you give 212° of effort?

    Tuesday, October 4, 2011

    Talking To Ourselves

    Here is an article by the psychological self help motivational speaker, Denis Waitley. This is fantastic advise.

    We're all talking to ourselves every moment of our lives, except during certain portions of our sleeping cycle. We're seldom even aware that we're doing it. We all have a running commentary in our heads on events and our reactions to them. Here are some tips to remember:

    • Be aware of the silent conversations you have with yourself. Are you a nurturing coach or a critic? Do you reinforce your own success or negate it? Are you comfortable saying to yourself, "That's more like it." "Now we're in the groove." "Things are working out well." "I'll do it better next time."

    • When you fail, view it as a temporary inconvenience, a learning experience, an isolated event, and a stepping stone instead of a stumbling block.

    • When you have even a small success, reinforce that success by rewarding yourself and feeling pride, rather than feeling lucky or guilty for the attention.

    • When you receive a compliment for any reason, simply respond: "Thank you." And accept value graciously whenever it is offered.

    • Always greet the people you meet with a smile. When introducing yourself in any new association, take the initiative to volunteer your own name first, clearly; and always extend your hand first, looking the person in the eyes when you speak.

    • In your telephone communications at work or at home, answer the telephone pleasantly, immediately giving your name to the caller. And when you call, give your name before you ask for the party you want and before you state your business. Leading with your name underscores that a person of value is making the call.

    • Don't brag. People who trumpet their exploits and shout for service are actually calling for help. The showoffs, braggarts and blowhards are desperate for attention.

    • Don't tell your problems to people, unless they're directly involved with the solutions. And don't make excuses. Always talk affirmatively about the progress you are trying to make.

    Apply these tips and keep the running commentary in your head on a positive note!

    Denis Waitley

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    Monday, October 3, 2011

    3 Triggers to Health Challenges

    3 Triggers to Health Challenges 

    When we get right down to it there are only 3 things that can be traced to trigger all malfunctions of the body. Everything else is related, everything comes down to:
    • Inflammation
    • Immunity
    • Digestion
    There are over 12,000 diseases of the human body and they all have a component, a cause that can be related to one or a combination of all three.

    Look closely at your health challenges, no matter what they are all are basically linked to Inflammation and immunity coming in from the digestive system. Many times then affecting blood sugar and adrenal-thyroid issues.

    Once we accept that there are over 12,000 plus diseases and they all come from the same basic place; that these fundamental bio-chemical causes are behind every degenerative disease from cancer, heart disease, diseases of the nervous system, diseases of the kidneys, diseases of the lymph system, all the ways we age and most of the ways we die are also connected to inflammation, the immune system and digestion. The evidence is overwhelming.

    We can believe this to be true, and there is no compelling evidence to the contrary or we don't. If we don't we are just not being rational about it.

    Think about this a moment, traditional medicine never looks at the root causes of a problem.
    • We have arthritis pain, they give us an anti-inflammatory drug.
    • We have reflux, they give us acid reducing medications
    • We have "elevated" cholesterol, they give us cholesterol lowering medications
    • We have osteoporosis, they give drugs to stop bone loss
    • We have high blood pressure, they give us a drug to lower your blood pressure. 
    What do these treatments have in common?

    They all treat a symptom, none of them address the root cause of the condition and eliminate the cause. That's why you never get off these medications. By not addressing the cause your health deteriorates and you take more and more medications.

    So if we look at all these medical conditions and trace them back to their root causes, we can then address ways to improve these conditions.

    That is precisely what we were taught in pharmacy school, to decipher the root causes then educate the patient on how to eliminate those root causes.

    My mission is to show that there are bio-chemical reasons for these conditions and ways to correct them so we don't have to be committed to the current medical model of just treating symptoms with ever increasingly dangerous medications that don't heal or improve anything.

    I want everyone to understand that there is a bio-chemical cause; a bio-chemical etiology; a bio-chemical beginning so we can examine our choices in a clear headed manor, free of the "religion" of modern medicine.
    There are options, if you dare to explore them. Join me and we will discover them together.

    Keith Abell, RPh CIP MI
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    Sunday, October 2, 2011

    How To Pay Less In Taxes

    This is a subject everyone wants to know about, but nobody wants to talk about.  

    They say that the only two things in life that are guaranteed are death and taxes.  Since you're not dead yet, and you are reading this, might I suggest you hop on my calltomorrow night and learn from one of the premier experts when it comes to structuring your business.  

    Most people fly by the seat of their pants in this business when it comes to accounting and setting up their business properly.  Don't miss this amazing opportunity to hear once again from the President of Nevada Corporate Planners, Mr. Scott Letourneau tomorrow night at 5pm Pacific Time. 

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    Call everyone you know and tell them to get on this call.  

    Keith Abell, RPh CIP MI

    Good Fat Bad Fat

    To understand how fats affect health, we must begin by realizing that there are two opposite stories about fats. There are fats that kill, which we should avoid. And there are fats that heal that we must obtain from our food.

    Much has been said about the fats that kill. They are associated with deaths from cardiovascular disease (43%), cancer (23%), diabetes (2%), and other degenerative diseases that kill 68% of Western populations. Only a 100 years ago, this was rare indicating that these deaths are from diseases of lifestyle, not genetics.

    The problem with our focus on the killer fats is that it is an inadequate focus. If we were to remove all bad fats from our diet, and do it perfectly (100%) we would still die if we did not bring in and optimize the fats that heal. This is because we cannot live without the fats that heal, and removing the bad fats makes no guarantee of obtaining the good ones.

    The story of the fats that heal, the good fats, the essential fatty acids is therefore the more interesting and important story by far. To bring the neglected good fats into our diet, we must identify their sources, their functions, and the signs of their deficiency. 

    What are the good (essential) fats?

    Certain fats are defined as 'essential' because:

    1. The body cannot make them;
    2. They are required for normal cell, tissue, gland, and organ function, for health, and for life;
    3. They must be provided from outside the body, through food or supplements;
    4. They can come only from fats (hence fat-free diets cannot supply them);
    5. Their absence from the diet will eventually kill;
    6. Deficiency results in progressive deterioration, can lead to death;
    7. Return of essential fatty acids to a deficient diet reverses the symptoms of deficiency and results in a return to health.

    What happens when we don't get enough good fats?

    The short answer is: Every part of the body gradually deteriorates and falls apart. No cell, tissue, gland, or organ can function normally without them. Here is a longer list:

    * Dry skin
    * Constipation
    * Low energy levels
    * Brittle hair and hair loss
    * Poor nail growth
    * Deterioration of liver and kidneys
    * Behavioral changes due to brain deterioration
    * Glands dry up
    * Immune system deteriorates, resulting in more infections, poorer wound healing, and increased cancer
    * Digestion problems, inflammation, bloating, allergies, autoimmune conditions
    * Bone mineral loss
    * Reproductive failure: sterility in males and miscarriage in females
    * Retarded growth of children
    * Tingling in arms and legs due to nerve deterioration
    * Vision and learning problems
    * Insulin resistance
    * Increased risk of overweight
    * Increased cancer risk
    * Increased cardiovascular risk
    * Decreased ability to cope with stress
    * In mental illness, increased symptoms
    * Decreased lung function
    * Decreased tissue oxidation

    What are the functions of essential fatty acids?

    Essential fatty acids have many functions throughout the body. They are involved in:

    * Energy production. In a study with athletes in Denmark, it was shown that within one month of giving athletes one tablespoon per 50 pounds of body weight per day of an oil blend with an Omega-3: Omega-6 ratio of 2:1, stamina increased by up to 40 or even 60%. Athletes could exercise longer before reaching exhaustion, recovered more quickly from fatigue, could exercise more often without over-training, healed quicker from injuries, built muscle faster, and had less joint pain.

    Energy improvement is also seen in non-athletes and older people. The EFA blend also improves mental stamina.

    * Brain Function. In work with the blended oil, consistent improvements were seen in brain function, and research with EFAs from other sources has also shown brain benefits. Among these are elevated mood, lifted depression, increased calmness, better handling of stress, less hyperactivity, better focus, better mental processing, faster learning, increased intelligence, better concentration, and improved motor coordination.

    Among the mentally ill, EFAs can decrease hallucinations in schizophrenics, elevate mood, lift depression, improve symptoms in bipolar and obsessive-compulsive disorder, and improve brain function in Alzheimer's disease and autism.

    EFAs are also required for vision.

    * Skin, Hair, and Nails. EFAs are required for healthy skin and hair, and are required for normal nail growth. They moisturize skin and prevent dryness.

    * Cancer. Omega-3 EFAs may lower cancer risk.

    * Cardiovascular Disease (CVD). Omega 3 can decrease most CVD risk factors, including high triglycerides (blood fats), blood pressure, platelet stickiness, fibrinogen, and lipoprotein(a). N-3 also keep the inside of our arteries smooth. N-3 and n-6 keep the heart beat regular.

    * Diabetes. EFAs are required for insulin function. Omega-3 make diabetics more insulin-sensitive.

    * Weight Management. Omega-6 slightly and Omega-3 more effectively help reduce fat production in the body. They also increase fat burning and heat production in the body, and shift the body from burning glucose to burning fats. Saturated, monounsaturated, and trans- fatty acids do not help to manage weight. Sugar triggers increased fat production in the body. Starch can also lead to overweight.

    * Digestion. EFAs improve gut integrity, decrease gut inflammation, and decrease 'leaky gut' that can lead to allergies.

    * Allergies. EFAs reduce symptoms of allergies. They work best if digestive enzymes rich in protein-digesting protease are also used.

    * Inflammation. Omega-3 reduce inflammation. Digestive enzymes are also helpful.

    * Autoimmune Conditions. Omega-3 dampen the over-response of the immune system in autoimmune conditions. Again, enzymes are also helpful.

    * Injury. EFAs speed the healing of injuries.

    * Bone Minerals. Omega 3 oils improve bone mineral retention, thereby inhibiting the development of osteoporosis.

    * Stress. EFAs, by optimizing serotonin production, improve response to stress. People report feeling calmer, getting stressed less easily, dealing with stressful situations more calmly, and losing their temper less often.

    * Sleep. EFAs improve sleep in some people.

    * Hormones. EFAs improve hormone functions. Hormone levels may decrease, yet the effects of hormones remain normal. EFAs thereby ease the work load of glands.

    * Organs. EFAs are required for liver and kidney function.

    * Reproduction. EFAs are required for sperm formation, the female cycle, and pregnancy.

    To learn more about the highest potency Omega 3, 6, 9 supplements available on the market today contact me.

    Keith Abell, RPh CIP MI