This Week's Recommended Articles and Recipe
use my huge collection of natural health articles, reviews, and resource
links below to develop a personal program that will help you meet
your health goals without expensive and often dangerous prescription
Articles for the Week of December 7, 2013
Good Weight Loss Foods
A significant part of losing weight is controlling the number of calories
that you consume. However, good weight loss foods are not merely those
which are low in calories. There are also foods which can kick start
your metabolism, or help you to control your cravings by satiating
your hunger for longer. Here are eight of the best foods to add into
your diet if you are trying to lose weight.
Touch Pain Relief
Paul Newcomb's classic tome on how to relieve all kinds of aches and
pains with a simple "hands-on" technique that anyone can
use. If you or anyone in your family suffers pain, you need to know
how to do the Gentle Touch.
Milk - Nature's Recovery Drink?
New research suggests an effective recovery drink may already be in
your refrigerator: lowfat chocolate milk. Grabbing lowfat chocolate
milk after a tough workout helped give both trained and amateur athletes
a post-exercise training advantage.
Recipe of the Week
week we have Leah's Pumpkin Cookies.
My daughter-in-law Leah Day is not only one of the world's great quilters
(check out her hugely popular Craftsy
Free Motion Quilting Class), she also bakes some darn right terrific
cookies. Her pumpkin delights as spelled out in this week's recipe
are one of favorites.
Articles for the Week of December 1, 2013
to Have Clear, Healthy Skin
Your skin is a complex organ, one that consists of three layers that
are optimally organized to protect you against disease and injury.
Once you're read this important article, you'll know exactly how to
nourish all the layers of your skin naturally.
In this fascinating article, Dr. George Meinig looks at the
important research of Weston Price, which appears to prove that root
canal may well be contributing to chronic and degenerative disease.
Root canals apparently do not contribute to dental health.
Five Day Relationship Fast
My longtime friend and correspondent Michael Bobier prepared
this interesting article which will give you some important insights
into relationships and how they too can become toxic. Includes details
on how to fast from a relationship that's causing you pain.
Articles for the Week of November 23, 2013
to Make Healthy Energy Balls
You know, most of the so-called "energy bars" at the supermarket
are so full of sugar and additives that you almost want to cry if
you read the list of ingredients. Well, I have good news for you today
because Dr. Ben Kim has decided to reveal his powerful and secret
recipe for tasty, healthy snacks that'll give you an energy boost
almost as electric as sticking your big toe in a light socket.
Secret of Contentment
If you're hobbled by wanting all kinds of stuff (both material and
non-material), then you're not even close to feeling content with
your life. Well, read this blog entry of mine and I'll show you an
exercise you can do that'll put you on the road to being happy with
what you have instead of constantly wanting what you don't have.
Problems Associated with Halitosis
Halitosis is usually caused by a variety of minor factors. Sometimes,
however, chronic bad breath can be a sign of more severe health problems
within your body.
Articles for the Week of November 16, 2013
to Wash Your Hair
If your hair is lank and dirty and people on the street point at you
and mutter under their breaths about ugly hair, your parents most
likely never taught you the best way to wash your hair. Well, despair
not because there is definitely a best way to wash your hair, to end
up with hair like the gals in the slick magazine advertisement. Read
today's featured article and you too will know the BEST way to wash
People Eager to Die and Kill for Their Group
People with extremely strong ties to their countries or groups are
not only willing, but eager, to sacrifice themselves to save their
compatriots, according to psychology research from The University
of Texas at Austin. During our troubled times with so much hatred,
the information in the article is good to know.
Chickens in a Dog Crate
Back yard chickens are a new trend and the popularity of this trend
grows with each passing day because people want a source of organic
eggs from chickens that aren't confined to cages only slightly bigger
than they are. Unfortunately, greedy manufacturers charge outrageous
prices for even a modest chicken coop or tractor. In this article
by my son Josh, you'll learn how to keep chickens in an inexpensive
Articles for the Week of November 9, 2013
Tips for Insect Bites
I swatted away some flying bug when I was outside petting Bobby the
Long-haired Stray Cat this time last year, and that got me to thinking
about the wasp bites that so pissed me off a few summers ago, so then
I wandered into the office and wrote this blog entry. So there! And
if you don't get a big kick out of reading Tip No. 5 in this entry,
then you need to kickstart your sense of humor back into gear.
to Make Healthy Smoothies
I don't know about you, but next to sipping on lemonade in heaven,
having a healthy and tasty smoothie down here on earth might be the
next best thing. Well, maybe that's a stretch, but, hey, everyone
likes a good smoothie and in this pictorial Dr. Kim will teach you
how to make a healthy, beautiful smoothie.
Drugs Most Often Prescribed for Insomnia
Nearly one out of two visits to a doctor's office for help with a
sleep disorder result in the prescription of potentially addictive
medications. If you're having trouble getting to sleep at night, please
read this article before turning to prescriptive drugs as a solution.
There are better alternatives.
Articles for the Week of November 2, 2013
Raw vegetable salads. They're not the most fun thing to make, especially
when you've been cooking for an hour or more and have prepared a main
course and several sides. Fortunately, Josh Day discovered a trick
to escape the doldrums of salad making and he shards all the details
in this interesting and fun-to-read article.
Gurus Ate Meat
It's not common knowledge, but many of the natural health experts
often cited by strict vegans as being against animal foods actually
encouraged the moderate consumption of clean animal foods like free-range
eggs, raw milk cheese, and deep sea fish. Read this article and open
your eyes to what the gurus really wrote and believed.
Your Nails Reveal about Blood Circulation
Your finger and toe nails provide a quick look at your overall health
status. There's also a very easy test anyone can do to check the status
of their circulation. Read this important article by my friend Dr.
Ben Kim and you'll have yet one more good indicator regarding your
level of health.
Articles for the Week of October 26, 2013
to Grow Lettuce
In this article by the good folks at Heirloom Seeds, you'll learn
how to grow your own lettuce for those delicious evening salads.
Why pay through the nose for supermarket lettuce that's often contaminated
with herbicides and pesticides when it's so easy to grow your own?
to Clear Brain Fog
I understand wanting to have a clear head with a functioning brain
in the ol' skull cavity, so in this blog entry I point out a few healthy
foods you can use to dissipate brain fog when it comes rolling in.
Myths of Vegetarianism
The late naturopath Dr. Stephen Byrnes takes vegetarianism
to task in this controversial and fascinating article that debunks
many of the "myths of vegetarianism." Must reading for all
vegan, raw foodists, and would-be vegetarians.
Articles for the Week of October 19, 2013
Hey, if you've been wanting to learn how to meditate but haven't had
the time to take up the practice, you need to read this article which
provides all the "how to" details for a simple but powerful
meditation that'll only take you one minute to do.
In this blog entry I share one of Dr. Ben Kim's favorite nut butter
recipes. If you've never tried nut butter, you really should make
a batch because you're going to love the stuff. I promise.
to Shake Off a Bad Mood
Some bad moods emanate from home, an angry argument. And others seem
to have no specific trigger, out of nowhere a darker veil descends.
Here's something you may not know: bad moods are contagious. Check
out this interesting article and learn how to push away a bad mood
when one darkens your day.
Articles for the Week of October 12, 2013
Health Benefits of Physical Touch
Gentle physical contact is good for your health and universal well-being.
Read Margaret Chuong-Kim's article and see how babies who were gently
touched more often do better than those who were not.
Top Ten Superfruits
More than a dozen industry publications for functional foods and beverages
have referred to various exotic or antioxidant species as "superfruits"
-- like mangosteen and goji -- yet this category presently does not
have a working definition. This article helps to identify each of
the ten species.
Health Benefits of Japanese Cuisine
The fresh seafood and plethora of vegetables that make up the heart
of Japanese cuisine are excellent for your body. Even steamed white
rice, which is not the devil it's made out to be, can be good for
Articles for the Week of October 5, 2013
Fasting One Day a Week Good for You?
Is fasting one day a week good for your health? To answer this question,
let's take a look at what happens in your body when you begin to eat
and drink nothing but water.
Budgeting for Financial Health
My mother kept our family out of debt her entire life with a simple
cash-based system called envelope budgeting. You don't hear much about
envelop budgeting in our cash-less society, but if you're in debt,
it may be the answer you've been looking for.
Theory of Self-Deception
Self-deception is a common everyday phenomenon. Someone who sees the
facts, but refuses to admit them, is generally described as unreasonable
- wrongly, say two German university researchers.
Articles for the Week of September 28, 2013
Free Motion Filler Designs
you have ever had trouble with free-motion quilting on a domestic
machine, or are interested in learning some exciting new designs,
my daughter-in-law Leah Day has an excellent course that'll help you
expand your quilting horizons. Once you've stitched each of the 50
unique fillers included in the quilt pattern, you'll be able to tackle
any free-motion project with ease.
Post Workout Smoothie
If you enjoy exercise, you know it's important to provide your body
with something healthy when you finish that particular session so
you can rebuild healthy cells. Try this delicious smoothie by Dr.
Kim and your body will shout, "Hallelujah!"
Healthy Hair Tips
In these days of dirt and dust and pollution in the air we breath,
it's amazing any of us have any hair left on our heads. Well, if you're
not already bald, you'll most likely find the five tips for health
hair in this blog entry to be worth learning.
Primer and Three Dental health Tips
If you still have teeth, this is a MUST read article because my friend
Dr. Ben Kim's going to tell you all about toothpaste and then a biochemist,
physiologist, and doctor of dental surgery is going to share his best
three tips for improved dental health.
Articles for the Week of September 21, 2013
"Five More" Productivity Tip
this short blog post, I provide all the "how to do it" details
regarding the "Five More" productivity tip. If you have
a hard time staying focused and/or on task, this is a must read. The
technique is extremely simple and easy to do. So take two minutes
and learn it and then use it to increase your productivity every day
for the rest of your life. Wow!
Great Health Hoax
Medical "science" loves to cite their double-blind studies as proof
that this or that drug or new procedure will cure this or that disease.
Then, when the new drug or procedures actually working in the real
world, on far too many occasions, people start getting sick or dying
and the new breakthrough turns out to be one more instance of medical
pie in the sky. Read this article to learn how medical "science" has
been scamming all of us for decades.
Realistic Fitness Goals
Fitness isn't an easy feat, especially when you're
committed long-term. That's why setting goals from the beginning is
so crucial to keeping with the program.
to Make Guacamole
Though it's not one of Dr. Ben Kim's secret Korean recipes passed
down for hundreds of generations, the directions provided in this
pictorial will allow you to serve a tasty and healthy guacamole to
your family without having to spend more than a few minutes preparing
Article for the Week of September 14, 2013
Healthy Eye Exercises
Learn these three simple eye exercises to reduce eye strain and to
build better vision. These exercises are easy to do and will only
require a minute or two of your busy day to practice. The results
are certainly worth that small time expenditure.
for Breakfast Diminishes Appetite All Day
Try adding some protein to your breakfast, like salmon or eggs, and
you may experience a diminished appetite for the rest of the day.
Treatments for Ear, Nose, and Throat Infections
Here are two popular and easy to find herbs that may help naturally
treat ENT infections.
Bowel Flora and Sauerkraut
idea of microscopic organisms living and reproducing within you probably
seems creepy at first. But when you see the good these beneficial
bacteria do for your health and well being, you'll want to welcome
them aboard instead of wanting to throw them over the side.
Article for the Week of September 7, 2013
Your Vision by Swinging Your Eyes
brief article, you'll learn another simple and natural technique to
improve your vision without resorting to glasses, surgery, or drugs.
As a beneficial "side effect," the technique also relaxes
your body and improves your posture. How much does it cost to learn
this method of vision improvement? Not a dime... it's free.
the Week of August 31, 2013...
Your Eyesight with Palming
If you've been reading my stuff for a long time, you know I appreciate
simplicity and natural health techniques that provide real and immediate
benefits. Well, this week I have a simple and easy-to-do technique
calling "Palming" that you can use to quickly relax while
also improving your eyesight as a side effect. Take two minutes right
now to read this brief "how to" article and learn the technique
because then you can use it for the rest of your life. Whoa!
Week of August 24, 2013...
Signs Your Relationship Is in Trouble
This article by Debbie Mandel highlights several signs and symptoms
of an ailing relationship. Here are seven tips to help you reclaim
your relationship with your spouse.
Pesto Said to Remove Heavy Metals
Heavy metal poisoning is rampant. It may be a major cause of hormonal
imbalances, cancer, thyroid problems, neurological disturbances, learning
problems, depression, food allergies, parasites, and more. This is
a great recipe that is not only easy to make but also really yummy,
and it tells you how to remove heavy metals from the body.
Eating tomatoes and other members of the nightshade family can make
your arthritis worse. Read this article to learn more about the
the Week of August 17, 2013...
Reasoning in the Biblical Health Movement
In this major article written way back in 2001, Chet Day dismantled
sloppy reasoning regarding the Hallelujah and Genesis 1:29
diets, and he speculated on why so many so-proclaimed experts
in the biblical diet movement deceive their followers. Interestingly
enough, this article is as timely and true today as it was a dozen
years ago and is still "must reading" for anyone on a vegan
or "biblical" diet.
John H. Tobe took on and poked holes in practically everything that
"mass manufacturing" and the "medical establishment" came up with
until his death in 1979. He was also one of the few individuals to
visit the Hunza people in the 1950's and then write about their remarkable
health. The article you're about to read comes from his book, The
Golden Treasury of Natural Health Knowledge, which is full of
articles he wrote during his lifetime for his monthly magazine Provoker.
Also contains one of the great recipes for muesli.
You Throwing Away Your Egg Yolks?
Cholesterol is not a deadly poison, but a substance that is absolutely
necessary for you to be healthy. High cholesterol itself does not
cause heart disease. Join Dr. Kim join in never throwing away another
A disenfranchised M.D. breaks from the norm and challenges the pharmaceutical
empire from one of the most well-respected dermatology institutes
in the world. "The field is just replete with nonsense,"
he told the Times.
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