Monday, October 16, 2017

 A lot of people may not know ,but not only is OCTOBER PINKTOBER but it is

also NATIONAL FIRE PREVENTION MONTH. Each year, the campaign focuses on a different

aspect of safety, from preventing forest fires to planning an escape route during a blaze. While the

campaign lasts the entire month most police and fire departments designate the second week of

October as Fire Prevention Week, during which demonstrations and expos are held in different U.S.


Sponsored by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA),Fire Prevention Month has roots

  that date back to THE GREAT CHICAGO FIRE of 1871 that killed more than 250 people and left

more than 100,000 homeless. The fire,which was reportedly started in a barn, also burned more than

2,000 acres and destroyed about 17,400 structures. The three-day fire, which started October 8,did

most of its damage on October 9,1871,which is why Fire Prevention Week is always held around that

 date. The first National Fire Prevention Day was declared by President Woodrow Wilson in

1922,and the week long observance is the longest running public safety and health campaign on record.

Monday, October 2, 2017

Hi Friends!

    As you all know its that time THINK PINK!!  We are all interested in the new stats and information related to Breast Cancer and Breast Cancer Awareness. This disease affects all of us in some form or fashion. We all know a friend or loved one who may be a survivor or is currently suffering with Breast Cancer. I personally know too many to count.

Management of people with breast cancer later in life is often challenging due to lack of good quality evidence regarding the roles of adjuvant chemotherapy. Decisions regarding chemotherapy should be made based on  the type of tumor and the age of the tumor rather than the person's chronological age.(http/

According to recent data and the opinions of Cancer Specialists the best treatment for Breast Cancer is still early detection and maintaining an overall healthy well-balanced lifestyle. So in this month of PINKTOBER remember to get those yearly check-ups and mammograms!

Monday, September 25, 2017

Defeat Diabetres DELICIOUSLY!

After you've discovered the principles of healthy eating and the amazing medical super foods in The Natural Way to Beat Diabetes, you'll put your newfound knowledge to work, You'll find 39 delicious, easy-to-make recipes that help lower your blood sugar and burn fat.

Control your nutrition and you can control your blood sugar. Control your blood sugar and you can control both your weight and your health. These delicious, time-saving-easy-to-make meals make it a snap!

  • Sirloin Steak with Broccoli
  • Baked Salmon with Green Beans
  • Roast Chicken with Sweet Potatoes and Red Wines
  • Super-Simple Slow-Cooked Chicken Chili
  • Grilled Streak and Warm Bean Salad

By: The Natural Way to Beat Diabetes

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Defeating Diabetes for Folks WHO LOVE TO EAT!

Life is meant to be destroyed. That's why with The Natural Way to Beat Diabetes, you'll experience how eating healthy is about pleasure and satisfaction, not denial or deprivation.

You'll enjoy foods and recipes that will delight your sense. You'll savor the amazing flavors and delight in the aromas and colors.

These recipes don't just taste great; they make you feel great. As you keep[ your blood sugar balanced and your diabetes symptoms at bay, you'll love the relaxed energy you'll experience.

Imagine impressing your doctor with improved lab results...or hearing your friends and family comment on your slimmer figure. and you can feel great that you took control of your diabetes and overcame the challenge!

Includes sample meal plans: You'll get a complete, easy-to-follow 5-day meal plan that you can customize to your calorie needs.

In The Natural Way to Beat Diabetes, you'll discover how to:
  • Enjoy sandwiches without sky rocketing your blood sugar
  • Add flavor to any meal with low or no-calorie foods

By:The Natural Way to Beat Diabetes

Monday, August 14, 2017

Save Your Brain!

Did you know Alzheimer's is now called "type 3 diabetes"?

 People with type 2 diabetes have an increased risk of Alzheimer's disease. These were the shocking results from a study published in 2013.

But there's great news. Additional research shows that controlling your blood sugar can prevent Alzheimer's disease! A study shows that half of Alzheimer's cases could be prevents by focusing on reducing even slight elevation in blood sugar.

In The Natural Way to Beat Diabetes, you'll discover how to:
  • Clear away Alzheimer's plaque: During sleep pair brain naturally cleans out substances called amyloid proteins(which are associated with Alzheimer's disease).Here's how to be sure your sleep will help your brain clear away these waste products before they cause dementia.
  • Avoid the common over-the-counter DRUG LINKED TO ALZHGEIMER'S: If you've taken allergy medicine, you should know that some of these drugs have been linked to Alzheimer's. They actually stop your brain from cleaning out amyloid proteins that lead to dementia.

By:The Natural Way to Beat Diabetes

Friday, July 21, 2017

                                                       Purify your indoor air......

             Environmental Science & Technology highlights a worrisome reality about dust in our homes: It can contain a mixture of potentially toxic chemicals that leach out of everything from fabrics to paint to flooring materials and can pose hazards including dizziness,asthma,and allergies. Three ways to keep indoor air as clean as possible:

  • Open windows often     
  • Buy air-cleansing houseplants
  • Use a vacuum with a HEPA filter.

       Five common houseplants-Caribbean tree cacti,jade plants,bromeliads,spider plants,and dracaenas were proven to be effective at filtering harmful substances from indoor air. Plants absorb dangerous compounds from the air in to their leaves and then move them to their root zones,where microbes break them down.


Monday, June 12, 2017

Motivating The Mind and Waking up the Senses!


    Many of us are unaware of our now " Brain Health." There is nothing wrong with evaluating our

memories and asking ourselves questions regarding our thinking patterns. Sometimes even little

things like losing our keys or walking into a room and forgetting why we went there are triggers for

us. I believe many of us have these little "forgetful moments." In the instance that we drive to town

and forget how to get back home that becomes a major red flag for those around us.

     This is when it becomes apparent that our "Brain Health" may need evaluation or that we should

begin to re- think our overall health. Sometimes a simple yearly check-up or revamping our diets and

eating cleaner and greener can wake up our brains and refresh our senses. Just remember new are

never too young or too old to start to think about our "Brain Health."