Wheat is not the Staff of Life Posted on October 30th, 2011
You have heard the expression that wheat is “the staff of life” and a must-have in everyone’s diet. I thought so too until it was discovered at age 39 that I was highly wheat intolerant. At the time I made homemade wheat bread for my family and being the daughter of a dietitian, I added wheat to my family’s meals and snacks where ever possible. Once my wheat allergy was discovered, my weight dropped, my arthritis went away and my “foggy thinking” cleared up. I was a new woman. As a medical intuitive and health educator I have been preaching the “evils of wheat” for years. But it is nice to have the medical validation. So here it is in black and white from an expert – wheat is a no-no. Next to dairy products in my opinion, wheat ranks a close second on the major food allergen culprit list. If you want to lose weight, stop snoring, stop joint stiffness, improve breathing and digestive problems – stop the wheat! This article link is verification of what I have known and taught for years.
Steve Jobs Leaves a Legacy Posted on October 12th, 2011
I was moved by the recent death of Steve Jobs founder of Apple Computers. I have watched many of his speeches where he would unveil the latest i-inventions. He was a genius who helped usher in the era of the personal computer and led a cultural transformation in mobile communications and music for the masses. But for years, Jobs battled pancreatic cancer a condition that is not known for positive outcomes. Steve lived longer than most with the best treatments available to him.
Over the years, as I watched some of his public appearances I could not help but notice how depleted he looked. As a medical intuitive (a person who has the gift of insight around the physical body) I knew that he needed digestive enzymes. Dr. Nicholas Gonzales a New York based physician who specializes in pancreatic cancer uses high doses of digestive enzymes in his treatment protocol.
One of Steve Jobs friends and mentors was Dr. Dean Ornish famous for his approach to age-related disease namely heart disease using an almost-vegetarian diet. In my opinion, that would not have been the right approach for Steve Jobs. Often a diet that contains a preponderance of whole grain and beans can be indigestible for some people – notably Steve Jobs. Because iron can be low and fatigue can be an issue for many cancer patients, I would have suggested several weekly meals containing organic red meat. This would supported Jobs with added iron and B vitamins thus increasing stamina. I would have also suggested that Mr. Jobs research IPT (insulin potentiation therapy) low-dose, targeted chemotherapy without side effects. Then I would have also suggested intravenous vitamin C and other mega vitamin infusions otherwise known as Meyer’s Cocktails. Might these forms of treatments have saved Mr. Jobs? We will never know but they would have been worth investigating. Steve Jobs fought a brave fight against his cancer but in my opinion, I am saddened by the fact no one recognized that he needed to build his own body’s defenses to do so.
Near Death Experiences Discussed on Dr. OZ Posted on October 4th, 2011
Near death experiences are no longer a taboo topic of discussion. Popular TV host and surgeon Dr. Mehmet Oz discussed NDE’s on a recent program. The professionals and subjects interviewed confirmed what we already know – there is life after death.
Imagine going into cardiac arrest, actually dying, receiving chest compressions, returning to the OR and discussing tiny details that no one would know unless they were conscious and present in the room. This is the nature of the inexplicable NDE a topic that has captivated millions of viewers. According to statistics, seventy-five percent of the population believes in angels and an even greater number believes in life after death.
In my own life, I have had a “guardian angel” experience and an out-of-body experience which verified for me that life and our experiences are not random but divinely orchestrated. I have written about these experiences in my books “The Body Knows.” In 1995, while driving along a country road, I was hit from behind by a pick-up truck. At the moment of impact I heard a loud booming voice saying, life is short and very precious! I was in complete surrender, knowing that this could be my last breath. As I gripped the wheel and the whole scene lit up with searing white light. In a nanosecond, I saw the meaning and purpose for our lives and how life works. Cars were flying in different directions, the truck was overturned at the side of the road and somehow I managed to end up, upright and unhurt.
On a spiritual level, it was probably one of the most dramatic and revealing experiences of my life. Where I was taken and what I was shown at the moment of impact was beyond time and space. In this brief second, I also shown that it was a privilege to have a physical body. I could feel many souls pressing in on me and I could hear them telling me that they would dearly love to be in physical form, to have another chance to complete their mission here on earth. The next concept that I was shown was that everything has weight and importance. Every “good” thought, word or action is noted and carries weight, as does every “other” thought, word or action. Nothing is without its price tag. Understanding this concept was life changing for me. No secrets are hidden and everything is recorded on the etheric plane. In this thirty-second experience, I was also given the insight that we are only here to love and to serve. It doesn’t matter what kind of clothes we wear, it doesn’t matter what our house looks like or the type of car we drive or how we look. We could be fat or thin, young or old, plain or pretty. What matters is that we are in loving service to humanity. Dr Oz is right on with this program.