Accept Help from Others

November 18, 2010

Has pain, mental, emotion or physical ever struck you down to the point of helplessness? When you have been the capable one, independent, self-reliant, supportive of others and all of sudden a life circumstance has you be completely at the mercy of others to help you…you may hear yourself say “I can’t believe this is […]

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Millionaire Mindset for Wealth

October 28, 2010

It seems money is often at the top of the list for reasons that people feel stressed. In my book “How To Overcome Stress Naturally” with foreword by His Holiness The Dalai Lama, I interviewed Pat Mesiti, who shared his Millionaire Mindset. I’ll share with you here inspirational words of experience from Pat Mesiti himself. […]

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Listen & Have Compassion

September 22, 2010

Times are tough for many. That’s what friends are for. Take a moment to reflect on the people you most often have around you. Do they support you, listen to you, encourage you? Do you support, listen and encourage your friends? In Chapter 7 of my book “How To Overcome Stress Naturally with foreword by […]

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Food to Lift Your Mood – Tips

August 11, 2010

Here are some very simple tips to build into your every day diet… ANGRY? Eat a grapefruit! It’s rich in pectin, a soluble fibre that lowers blood cholesterol and reverses the negative effects anger has on the body. Grapefruit also contains vitamin C, potassium, calcium and iron. DEPRESSED? Try a bowl of plain rice, a […]

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Food to Lift Your Mood Pt 7 – More Spices

July 13, 2010

From an interview with Julie Wood RN, GDHSc(NM), GDHSc(OH), Dip Aroma  IAAMA 766 Nutrition Medicine Practitioner based on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia for my book How To Overcome Stress Naturally (Chapter 5). More Spices to Lift your Mood Cloves are one of those spices that an unseasoned cook may not use much. For ham […]

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Food To Lift Your Mood Pt 6 – Spices

July 5, 2010

From an interview with Julie Wood RN, GDHSc(NM), GDHSc(OH), Dip Aroma  IAAMA 766 Nutrition Medicine Practitioner based on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia for my book How To Overcome Stress Naturally (Chapter 5). Don’t Forget the Spices – to lift your mood Black Pepper Either purchase a peppermill and fill it with black peppercorns, white […]

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Food to Lift Your Mood Pt 5 – Nuts & Seeds

June 25, 2010

From an interview with Julie Wood RN, GDHSc(NM), GDHSc(OH), Dip Aroma  IAAMA 766 Nutrition Medicine Practitioner based on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia for my book How To Overcome Stress Naturally (Chapter 5). Nuts and Seeds To Lift Your Mood Pumpkin Seeds. Pumpkin seeds are a good source of magnesium. Magnesium plays an important role […]

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Food to Lift Your Mood Pt 4 – Fruits

June 21, 2010

From an interview with Julie Wood RN, GDHSc(NM), GDHSc(OH), Dip Aroma  IAAMA 766 Nutrition Medicine Practitioner based on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia for my book How To Overcome Stress Naturally (Chapter 5). Fruits to Lift Your Mood Each & Every Day: Apricots: These beauties are rich in the antioxidant beta carotene; the molecule that […]

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Food to Lift Your Mood Pt 3 – Vegetables

June 18, 2010

From an interview with Julie Wood RN, GDHSc(NM), GDHSc(OH), Dip Aroma  IAAMA 766 Nutrition Medicine Practitioner based on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia for my book How To Overcome Stress Naturally (Chapter 5). Vegetables Artichokes – see last week’s blog Broccoli – see last week’s blog Garlic: One of the most notable benefits of garlic […]

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Food To Lift Your Mood Pt 2 – Protein

June 14, 2010

From an interview with Julie Wood RN, GDHSc(NM), GDHSc(OH), Dip Aroma  IAAMA 766 Nutrition Medicine Practitioner based on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia for my book How To Overcome Stress Naturally (Chapter 5). Protein Incorporating quality foods into your daily life will help you stay on an even keel. Protein encourages the production of dopamine […]

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