Bridging Mental/Physical

5 Strategies to Bulletproof the Immune System

A Holistic Approach to Full-Spectrum Immunity

Christopher Lee Rudy
March – April 2021 • Vol 3, No 114

There is natural order in the universe that governs both personal and planetary wholeness and healing. This order defines the nature of holistic health in all spiritual, mental, emotional and physical aspects. The higher the concept of this healthy order, the greater the results with healthy outcomes, individually and collectively. Here are five strategies to develop a bulletproof immunity:

The foundation for the abundant life is health freedom. Without health freedom—to own your own health—all other freedoms suffer poor health. This is as true for a nation as it is for every individual. Health sovereignty is based on well-informed choice. The alternative is subservience to public health dictates that censor information and subvert choice in the name of public safety.

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Food Is Mood

How to Change Your Mood and Skip the Food!

Marlenea La Shomb, ND, LMT
March – April 2021 • Vol 3, No 114

“What?” you say, “How can food be mood? That’s rude!” Well, ask yourself this question: “Do I crave different foods depending on my mood?” Most of us would answer, “Oh, yeah.” So how does that work? Let me remind you that we are sunlight-activated, chemical/hormonal, and electrical beings!

The chemistry of food interacts with our body’s chemistry, its thoughts and feelings. Emotions activate different hormones. When you eat a banana, you don’t become the banana—the banana becomes you. This is the job of the liver. Keep in mind that food is much more than nutrients, fiber and protein—all the things we normally hear about. It provides life- and light-giving energy. I like the feeling of being light on my feet. I choose to eat a heavy meal when I’m ready to roll over and have a siesta! My grandson used to call it a food coma.

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Five Simple Changes

From Natural-Health Pioneer Dr. Rashid Buttar

Marlenea La Shomb, ND, LMT
November-December 2020 • Vol 3, No 112

Dr. Rashid Buttar is a best-selling author and a natural-health activist. He ranks among the top-50 doctors in the U.S. and has treated thousands of patients with life-threatening conditions in over 92 countries. He is the creator of the medical-assessment program called, “The Map to Get AHEAD™” (see page two), which stands for “Advanced Health Evaluation and Assessment for Detoxification.”

As the first steps toward wellness, he recommends these five simple lifestyle habits. He assures us that they will produce improved sleep, increased energy, and better bowel movements, while enhancing focus, concentration and an overall sense of well-being—all in 30 days. These steps are part of what I’ve been recommending in my practice and in my articles in this magazine for years. Why not give these simple changes a try and see what they will do for you?

Move your body every day. Start walking, if nothing else, and increase your time/steps every day. Goal is to walk 2-to-2.5 miles a day.