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Thyroid Health

My mother has thyroid problems and so far I’ve not been diagnosed. But this will be useful to help her out and help others too.


I would also add:
•Vitamin D
•Vitamin E
•Essential Fats
•Amino Acids
•Eliminate all PCB’s and BPA’s
•Investigate possible food allergy (especially wheat intolerance)
•Arguna supplementation
•Avoid dental x-rays/radiation

SOURCE: Green Tidings

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Various Topics on Psychology and Relationship


What Are the Effects of Seasonal Depression?

How Can You Boost Energy?

What Tricks Does Your Mind Play on You?

What is the Truth About Lies?

Disorders You’ve Never Heard Of

Gender Psychology Facts

Do You Know the Signs of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder?

Do You Have a Distorted Body Image?

Tips For Boosting Your Self-Esteem

Are You an Emotional Eater?

Insane Phobias Craziest Disorders

What Are the Craziest Addictions?

What Do Your Dreams Say About You?

What Color Matches Up With Your Personality?

Brain Games

Top 10 Dating Annoyances

Are You Socially Awkward?

Can You Flirt Like a Pro?

What Is the Science of Attraction?

Things You Should Never Say to a Woman

Is Your Relationship Failing?

How Can You Spice Up Your Relationship?

What Are the Best Nerd Pick-Up Lines?

Can You Survive a Long Distance Relationship?

The Symptoms of Love

7 Ways to Handle a Toxic Relationship

Things to Talk About on a First Date

8 Signs a Relationship is Toxic

How to Be a Good Boyfriend


SOURCE: Tumblr

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Cat Behaviors

Why do cats knead with their paws?

We’ve all seen them do it.  It’s also known as “making biscuits.”  The most common explanation is that it reminds them of when they were kittens and pawed at their mother’s teats to stimulate milk secretion.  It’s why cats seem to be so content, and almost go into a trance, when they knead – kneading takes them back to one of their earliest happy memories.  Most cats purr while they knead, and some will even drool.

Why do cats like to weave through and rub up against their human’s legs?

Most people think they do this to show affection, although perhaps, if that’s what it is, cats should find a better way to show that they care than by trying to trip the human who fills their food bowl.  What they’re actually doing is marking you with their scent.  Cats have scent glands on the side of their face and on the tip of their tail.  These glands produce pheromones, and by rubbing up against your legs multiple times, they’re mingling their scent with yours.  You now belong to them, as it should be.

Why do cats inevitably find the one person in a room who doesn’t like cats?

Unless your cat is the most gregarious and social cat on the planet, he’ll be a little uncomfortable walking into a room full of strangers who are all cooing or staring at him, so he’ll zero in on the one person who is completely ignoring his presence, perceiving that person as less intimidating.

What makes a cat purr?

Scientists are not sure about the exact mechanism behind purring, but the most common explanation is that the cat’s brain sends a signal to the laryngeal muscles to vibrate.  At the same time, the cat is inhaling and exhaling, and the stream of air is causing the vocal chords to vibrate.  Even though most people assume that cats purr when they’re happy and content, purring can also be a sign of stress, such as during a visit to the veterinarian, or after an injury.  The purr is thought to comfort the cat in these situations.

Why do cats race around the house like crazy without warning?

Even though they live in our homes and eat from a bowl, cats are natural hunters, and they’re designed for the speed of the hunt, especially when they’re young.  In an environment where there’s nothing much to hunt, chasing imaginary prey through the house may be a way for them to release pent up energy.

What do your cats do that you’ve always wondered about?

SOURCE: The Concious Cat

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Top 10 Herbs You Should Have On Your Medicine Cabinet

At Truth Theory – Keep Your Mind Open


3 of the Most Potent Healing Foods

We know foods have the potential to be healing. What you eat can either harm your health or make it better. And nowhere is that more true than with medicinal foods like garlic, turmeric, and ginger. All three of these foods have amazing flavor and incredible benefits. They can help prevent disease and even cure certain illnesses and complaints. These three represent the trinity of healing foods.

Healing Foods – Ginger

Ginger has been used for thousands of years as a healer. Its benefits are widely recognized and extremely varied. It is seen as a “warming” food that can increase circulation and reduce general inflammation. While the list is long, here are just a few of the benefits of this remarkable root:

Cancer prevention (Shown in one study to shrink prostate tumor size by a whopping 56% in mice)
Morning and motion sickness treatment
Nausea treatment
Pain reducer
Swelling reducer
Ovarian cancer treatment
Arthritis treatment
Alzheimer’s/dementia prevention
General digestive tonic
Heartburn treatment


Closely related to ginger and among the most powerful of healing foods, turmeric has similarly been used to treat and prevent illness and disease for hundreds if not thousands of years. This orange-hued root vegetable has a more smoky flavor and is found in curries and dishes around the globe. According to, the root “has been scientifically documented to have over 500 applications in disease prevention and treatment.” Among these are:

Reduced oxidative stress
Fat loss promoter
Liver detoxifier
Heart disease prevention
Skin tonic
Diabetes prevention
Cancer fighter and treatment
Natural painkiller


Garlic is a more commonly used food in the U.S. and other western cuisine. This means it is widely available, and you can easily reap its benefits at mealtime. But this bulb isn’t just “good for you”, it packs a serious medicinal punch and has even been shown to cure drug resistant tuberculosis. Other benefits include:

Inflammation fighter
Cancer prevention
Toothache reliever
Cold prevention
Cough relief
Heart health promotion
Fights infections like: Herpes, MRSA, Cholera, Thrush, Streptococcus, and Influenza

Read more:


Herbs Curing AIDS?

5 Natural Herbs for Anxiety

Natural Herbal Remedies

Herbs for Migraines

A Few Herbs for Headaches

Infection Fighting-Herbs

Herbs for Stomach Problems, etc.

Stomach Soothers

To Boost Energy

To Fight Depression

Cancer-Fighting Herbs

Herbs That Can Fight Cancer

Herbs for The Heart

Dangerous Herbal Remedies for the Heart

To Improve the Brain

Natural Herbs for Brain Cell Repair or Regeneration

For Ashtma



Meditation: The No-Side Effects Medication


The United States has a passion for pills, being the world’s biggest users of psychotropic drugs, consuming 60 per cent of them. And pharmaceutical firms are keen to keep cashing in on the multibillion-dollar market, even if it costs people’s health.

Meditation and Pain –

Meditation and Anxiety/Depression-

Meditation Increases Blood Flow –

Meditation and Heart Disease-

Meditation and Energy-

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Whole Fruit VS Juice

Sometimes we don’t have time to eat whole fruits, it’s too messy or we just don’t like it much. So making juice of out them seems like a great idea! We still get the nutrients right? Well, not entirely.

Freshly squeezed juice is good but not sufficient. We’re missing on a lot of the vitamins present in the pulp and the skin. I usually pour myself some OJ in the morning and I feel it’s healthy but obviously, I could do better: I could just eat the orange! Besides squeezing the oranges, I filter the juice because I hate that pulpy consistence. Double mistake!

It’s definitely convenient to have juice instead of fruit. Sometimes we even buy concentrate juice instead because it saves time and it lasts forever. That is obviously bad for you, considering all that is added to it. If it’s processed, it’s not good.

So I’ll leave you guys to read this amazing article, which is quite enlightening:

How does fruit juice compare to whole fruit?

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Fluoride is Really Bad For You!

Why? + Sources of Fluoride

Tips to Avoid Fluoride

Also, see my post on Fluoride Detox here!

I can’t believe we have been brainwashed into thinking fluoride was the holy grail of teeth for so many years…

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Alter Your DNA with Heart-Centered Positive Emotion and Intention!

Alter Your DNA with Heart-Centered Positive Emotion and Intention


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Five Food Medicines That Could Quite Possibly Save Your Life

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Fluoride Detox

Fluoride Detox: Ousted as Poison, Here’s How to Get it Out of Your System. Natural Society

Experts have been warning for years against the dangers of sodium fluoride, but recently more awareness has spread than ever before. Following the rampant success of essential news stories centered around fluoride, including a story I authored just three short days ago highlighting the horrendous amount of sodium fluoride in doctor recommended toothpaste (500,000% higher than fluoridated water), it’s now important to discuss how to actually get it out of your system through fluoride detox.

Fluoride Detox Protocol

The realm of fluoride detox, or fluoride detoxification, is often left untouched. After all, this poisonous substance is still considered perfectly safe by many despite even Harvard admitting that it completely wreaks havoc on IQ and brain development. But this article isn’t about the history of fluoride, it’s about getting it out of your system. Thankfully, a number of fluoride detox methods do exist that can help remove sodium fluoride from your body in addition to another of other concerning materials.


Selenium is one nutrient that oftentimes is the first answer given to those seeking to combat the existence of sodium fluoride in their bodies. As FoodConsumer reports, selenium has actually been found to help block the effects of fluoride as well as fluoride elimination. A great natural source of selenium is Brazil nuts, but is important to keep your intake in balance. I don’t recommend you start eating handfuls of Brazil nuts. Many in the field of natural health recommend a dose of 100 to 200 micrograms, though this does fall below the National Institute of Health’s ‘upper limit’ of 400 micrograms.

Brazil nuts vary in selenium content depending on a number of factors, but on average you can expect 70 to 90 micrograms per serving. Selenium is also found in fish, meat, and nuts. Don’t forget also that taking selenium along with high doses of vitamin C and zinc can actually inhibit proper absorption. Here is a useful list of foods that contain selenium that includes microgram count.

Nascent Iodine

Iodine is important in many ways even outside of fluoride detox, but the reality is that fluoride directly attacks the thyroid. The key here is that iodine, preferably nascent iodine which is the best quality, helps to remove sodium fluoride through the urine as calcium fluoride. I recommend and personally take Dr. Edward Group’s Detoxadine (as always, I was not paid to recommend this product — I actually take it and purchase it myself).


Have you ever heard of tamarind? It’s a staple in the ancient Ayurvedic medicine system, which is considered to be the ‘mother’ of natural medicine. In addition to yielding delicious teas when added to your favorite tea beverage, tamarind also helps expel fluoride through the urine.

Dry Sauna

As with many other toxic substances, a powerful dry sauna session can help to excrete sodium fluoride from fatty tissues. Be sure to drink up on purified water to replenish yourself afterwards.

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