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Dr. Pingel on Men’s Health

Dr. Pingel on Mens Health

 

Dr. Trisha Pingel explains to us why men’s health is so vitally important.

 

Dr. Trisha Pingle Explains Adrenal Gland Treatment

Adrenal Fatigue treatment with Herbs

If you suffer from anxienty, depression or chronic disease, the root of the problem could be adrenal fatigue.

Dr. Trisha Pingel – Building up the Body Naturally

Dr. Pingel on YouTube

Dr. Trisha Pingel uses herbs, vitamins and other alternative methods of treatment to build up the body and heal the patient naturally.

Trina Becksted -Holistic Healing News Interviews Dr John Demartini about his Signature BreakThrough Experience

Trina Becksted of CloudNine Marketing Interviews Dr. Demartini

Dr. Demartini with Trina Becksted

 

Cheat Your Way Healthy

Chat with the Doctor
Presented by Dr. Mark Force and The Elements of Health

www.theelementsofhealth.com
8711 E Pinnacle Peak Rd
A few doors down from our office in Suite F-101
(480)563-4256
Wednesday October 26th
6-7 pm

Cheat Your Way Healthy

There are many rules that you have been told over the years on how to be healthy. Dr.
Force will be discussing the rules that you can break and why. Examples are butter, eggs
and coffee. Come with your questions. We will have a great evening.

Awaken Your Leader Within: Women and Leadership in this Transformational Time By Eleanor LeCain

For too long, our society has been driven by ego and greed bringing us to this moment of multiple crises. We have crises in our economy, in our government, in our environment and more. All of these crises play out in the lives of millions of people who have lost jobs, lost health care, lost homes, and lost heart.

The crises arise in part because we have been trying to fly on one wing and are about to crash; we need women to rise up so humanity can fly on two wings and soar.

We are at a fork in the road. We have a choice. Do we want to live from fear or from love? We can continue on the present path of ego, greed and separation from each other and Mother Nature. That path leads to death and destruction. Or we can choose love and create heaven on Earth. Which path do we choose, fear or love? This is a decision we face each moment, each day, in matters large and small. It’s not complicated. It is a choice.

We are fortunate to live at a historic moment when an old world is dying and a new world is being born. Breakdown creates the way for breakthrough to new ways of being. This is true for us personally, and for the country and the world.

To ensure that we move successfully from breakdown to breakthrough requires women to step into leadership in a bigger way.

This is a time for women to re-member who we are. Remember your power as a woman. It’s women who give birth, who tend to children, who turn a house into a home. We are creators, mothers, nurturers, and, when need be, fierce warriors to defend our children and our values, like the lioness defending her cubs.

We women have come a long way. [ – see first paragraph of Seneca Falls speech.] In 19th century America, it was against the law for women to speak out in public, or to own property. But courageous women spoke out and made tremendous progress. Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony devoted their lives to ensure that women got the right to vote. They believed once women had the right to vote, they could use political power to bring about other needed changes. And we did.

Now we live in a new day with new challenges. It’s time for women to really step up to the plate. Women tend to be more oriented to service and compassion, and to create solutions that encourage the cooperation we need.

But we women often resist being leaders. We’re afraid of stepping forward and getting attacked. We shy away from taking stands; we’d rather harmonize than antagonize. We’re polite and don’t want to offend. We want to be liked.

We don’t have a good impression of leaders. We often see leaders as driven by ego and greed. It’s no wonder we don’t want to be like them.

The good news is, we don’t have to be like them. We can demonstrate a new kind of feminine leadership: power with, not power over. Leadership that awakens, inspires, and guides people to a better life. When we show the way with feminine power, we can help men see a new model of leadership that truly serves.

Martin Luther King, Jr. once said, “Power without love is reckless and abusive, and love without power is sentimental and anemic.”

What we need now is powerful love and loving power. We need more women in decision making positions in government and at every level of society. We need to do more than just add women and stir; we need women bringing our fierce commitment to life, to children, to spirit, and from that place lead our families, our communities, and our country away from the dark abyss to brighter days.

In order to support women to step forward in greater leadership at this time, I am offering day and week long seminars as well as teleseminars. We are gathering in Hawaii for a week retreat beginning 11/11/11 on the garden island of Kauai. For more information, go to www.TheBreakthroughWay.com.

We’re each at a critical moment in our own lives, and it’s a critical moment for the whole world. The time is crying out for women to step forward in a bigger way than ever before. It’s time for us to learn how to provide even more leadership for ourselves, our families, our communities, our country and our world.

Former Massachusetts Assistant Secretary of State Eleanor LeCain is a speaker and consultant on breakthrough solutions and leadership, showing citizens and government leaders the transformational programs, people and principles that can improve results, save money and help build a new world. http://www.wand.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Hawaii_Retreat_Flyer_for_ALL_August_2011-2.pdf. For more information on this event or to reserve your spot call 1-202-258-4424.

Clean It or Lose It Thomas Lodi, MD

Just as we don’t walk down the street and “catch” health; neither do we walk down the street and “catch” diseases. We earn either health or disease by how we live our lives. One person sneezes in a room with his mouth uncovered and only 3 of the 10 people in that room get sick. Why? With the exception of genetic conditions, which account for less than 3% of illnesses, all other conditions are earned. What “runs” in families are eating habits and life styles. One hundred years ago, 0.5% of Americans got cancer. Almost 50% of Americans alive today, will get cancer in their lifetimes. Where is the genetics in that?

Health is best defined as the ‘optimal functioning of an organism’. We really have no idea what ‘optimal functioning’ of human beings might “look like” because we live in a society where the majority of people are sickly. Our standard of “health” is really a standard of varying degrees of sickness. We regard most people as ‘well’ if they can attend to their survival needs. In fact, most people define health as “the absence of disease”, which is tantamount to defining “light” as the “absence of darkness”.

Nature heals! You cannot purchase a cure but you can earn your health. A surgeon can only bring two edges of skin together from a laceration and suture them, but nature will restore the viability and integrity of the skin. Only by living according the natural laws which define our biology do we have a chance at being restored to health. Natural laws are non-negotiable. Apples seeds never yield orange trees.

The first step in healing is to stop causing disease. This can only be accomplished by simultaneously ceasing to ingest unwholesome foods and drinks while cleaning out poisonous waste from the body. There are five waste removal systems in our bodies: bowels, kidneys, skin, lungs, and lymph. The human colon is approximately five feet in length and one of its functions is to reabsorb water. Therefore, if you are not defecating five feet of waste daily, you are retaining a substance so toxic that if one drop were to enter your blood stream you would become extremely ill and possibly die. When you continually reabsorb the water of the retained feces, toxins are also absorbed into the blood. Once toxins reach the blood, it is called toxemia. This small amount of continual toxemia is part of what keeps the whole body in an underlying inflammatory state which is the basic pathology of all illnesses.

Keep in mind that the immune system has two broad functions and can therefore, be classified as the department of defense and the department of maintenance. If the immune system is overwhelmed by maintenance requirements there are little or no resources left over for defense. Clearly then, it is imperative that we “take over” as much of the maintenance duties as possible so that the immune system can continue to defend us from infections, trauma and cancer.

Whatever cannot be used for normal metabolic needs of growth, repair, reproduction, building new tissues, or providing energy must be eliminated. If not eliminated, normal metabolic functions cease and sickness and death result.