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Daily Archives: October 1, 2010

By: rjeter

Have we forgotten the great power we have to shape our lives?  The power I am referring to is the power to make choices.  Most of us have relinquished our power to the billion dollar business of “fad diets.”  How many diets have you financed?  I could create a board game on fad diets. Each diet is marketed for our…

By: rjeter

According to Joy’s Daily Plum, August 2010, fresh produce from the local supermarket or health-food store is usually days old.  That’s because it spends a lot of time in transit after it is harvested.  Also as produce is transferred from one place to another, the potency of the vital nutrients like vitamin C and foliate is depleted.  Adding light and…

By: rjeter

HTTP stands for Hyper Text Transfer Protocol.  The main difference between http:// and https:// is the  “s”, which stands for “secure.” The address in the web browser most likely begins with the http://.  This means that the web site is linking with the browser using regular “unsecured” language. It is possible for someone to “eavesdrop” or see information while on…

By: rjeter

The majority of us have heard of Tai Chi which is over 1,000 years old.  Tai Chi is a form of QiGong and has been practiced in China for more than 2,000 years. “Qi” is the Chinese word for “life energy,” and  “Gong” means “work and practice.”  QiGong works with the flow of life energy  to improve the health and…

By: rjeter

    Has age prevented you from doing what you have a passion to do?   BTM noticed a “mature woman” dancing with grace and stamina, with ladies her junior, and wanted to know how she was able to do it. Angela McLean, 47 years of age, made a decision to live out her passion for…Dancing. Here is Angela’s story. I always…

By: rjeter

This cleansing drink provides nutrients and some of the trace minerals your body is craving. One smoothie every morning will give you lasting energy until lunch. * ¾cup water * 4 collard or kale leaves, stemmed * ½cup raw almonds (preferably soaked overnight) * 1 apple (peeled, cored and coarsely chopped) * ½cup frozen mangos, pineapples or peaches * 1 ripe banana (peeled, and can be…