Monday, September 30, 2013

Recharge While You Sleep

We are all so pressed for time these days, that it can be difficult to recharge your energy. One of the best ways to increase your level of energy is to recharge while you sleep. The quality of your sleep determines how refreshed you feel when you wake up in the morning, and how much energy you have during the day. Adding some probiotics and bluegreen algae to your nightly regimen can really help you recharge while you sleep:

Bluegreen Algae with the cellwall removed:
This form of algae, which is core of the algae without the cell wall, relaxes the brain and allows you to get a peaceful night's rest. Take 1-2 capsules before bed.

Bifidus:
Bifidus is an important part of early childhood development, and strongly affects our self-esteem, confidence and sense of wholeness. Adding 2-4 bifidus capsules to your evening regimen can help you wake rested, confident and ready to charge into your day!

Enzymes:
While digestive enzymes certainly help us digest our food, on a metaphysical level, they can also help us digest and "work through" the knotty problems of the day. If you're facing a difficult situation or problem and need some solutions, take 2-4 enzymes before bed. Chances are that you will awaken with the needed solution!

As always, you can order all of these algae products online.

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Thursday, September 26, 2013

Shiny Happy Pets

At one August Celebration, a gathering where many New Earth distributors get together and swap health and business tips and success stories, Elinda McKenna talked about the benefits of the algae products for animals. Want to know her signature line for all her emails?

"My dog and cats don't fart, they have clean teeth and gums, great, shiny coats and eyes and wonderful attitudes."

If you've ever been in a room with a stinky dog you know how bad it can get. Stinky breath, farts and "dog smell" are all signs of poor health. Same for cats, horses and most four-leggeds. The key to having shiny happy pets is to make sure they stay clean both on the inside and the outside. Here's how you get your pets from stinky to squeaky clean.

Clean on the Inside:
  •     Feed enzymes to help your pet digest his food - particularly commercial varieties.
  •     Add probiotics for a healthy immune system, coat, and teeth/gums.
  •     Give powdered algae for micronutrients including vitamins and trace minerals.
  •     Offer antioxidants for sick, aging, or working animals to prevent free radical damage.

We've found that staying clean on the inside helps our pets stay clean (and stink-free) on the outside as well!

Read more or order algae products online HERE.

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Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Preventing Pollen Allergies and How to Reduce Symptoms

  1. A stronger immune system is never I repeat, never a liability....with one lone exception...if you have just received a transplanted organ....other than that lone exception...a stronger, healthier, more responsive immune system is the best friend we will ever have.
  2. What is the essence of the "allergic response"?
    Answer: the body reacting to the intentional or unintentional ingestion of pollen.....and pollen-like substances...pet dander, mold spores, dust bearing dust mites...etc. (the reaction to toxic fumes and fragrances is similar but involves a different causative agent.)In reaction to the ingestion of pollen and pollen-like substances, the body produces histamine, which is a chemical responsible for the production of watery mucous in an attempt to wash away the irritating pollens...Anti-histamines block this natural response of the body.
  3. What is pollen? Pollen is "a micro-spore of seed plants." Pollens are microscopic "seeds" and like all other seeds are surrounded by a protein skin that protects them from sprouting prematurely.
  4. The classic "allergic response" to any over-ingestion of pollens...should be the same for everyone....sneezing...watery mucous...and the urgent need to blow your nose and clear your throat of the nasty little pollens!!!
  5. Under ideal circumstances, the body possesses enough digestive and metabolic enzymes.......particularly the enzyme protease....to break down the protein skin of the pollen....thus neutralizing its antagonizing effects...the histamine flows in order to escort the neutralizing, and downsized (digested) pollens out of the body. This usually happens within a matter of minutes and can be over within a matter of minutes...with no further irritation or "allergic response" until the next over-exposure to pollens.
  6. People who suffer from "persistent allergic reactions"(ie symptoms that linger for more than the normal few minutes immediately following the over-exposure) suffer from two basic causes:
  •  deficiencies in digestive and metabolic enzymes...particularly protease and protease partner enzymes.
  • not enough histamine production, or histamine that is not strong enough when it is produced and needed.

Proactive Strategies:
  1. Drink more water... half your body weight in ounces per day...with a pinch of organic seasalt per ounce...and more during the allergy seasons. The histamine production centers of the body are controlled by our internal hydrologic cycles.
  2. Consume adequate amounts of digestive enzyme products.
    What's an "adequate amount"? It varies from person to person but a good rule of thumb is always before meals...1, 2, 3 or more capsules of digestive enzymes before all meals and snacks. You must "experiment" and find out what works best for you and your body! If you are "enzyme deficient" you may need to "restore your enzyme bank"(read Victoras Kulvinskas on enzymes.) Consuming digestive enzymes throughout the day is a really good idea...every hour...every other hour...before going to bed. This constant inflow of "protease" and other digestive enzymes will provide the needed assistance when pollens are ingested.
  3. Consume adequate amounts of bluegreen algae: whole algae and without the cellwall, acidophilus, bifidus, this sprouts and algae supplement to get lots of antioxidant power, CoQ 10, Mazama Mix,........because each of these products nourish and strengthen every cell organ, system and "function" of the body...
  4. When was the last time you did a good 30 days "cleanse"? A good cleansing at the change of each and every season can also be helpful!

To summarize:
  1. Take digestive enzymes to break down the protein skin of the pollens.
  2. Consume all the other above mentioned supplements to make sure all other "systems" are functioning at optimum levels...particularly the "system" responsible for the production of histamine....which is the body's own personal escort service for pollen....and many other irritating, foreign, toxic, and non-nutritious substances. (escort as in "exit" as in "get outta here")
  3. Drink adequate amounts of water every single day.
  4. Be proactive and keep learning common sense approaches to the improvement of your diet and lifestyle.

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Monday, September 9, 2013

Natural Diets for Your Pets

Did you know that over 60% of American families have at least one pet? Our pets are always there for us, loving us no matter what kind of mood we're in and offering lots of support. Because they are such an important part of our lives it's our job to make sure that they get all the nutritional support they need so that they'll stay healthy and happy for years to come.

Many of the commercial animal foods are often very low in nutrition. Did you know that many dog and cat foods contain low quality ingredients, including diseased animal meat laced with high levels of antibiotics?

What can you do to make sure your pet is getting all the nutrition he or she needs?

OFFER ADDITIVE-FREE FOOD:
If you buy commercial pet food, make sure it has no additives, which can very detrimental to your pet's food. These days there are many organic, additive free foods on the market. Check on the Internet for a greater selection.

OFFER FRESH, ORGANIC FOODS:
All pets benefit from fresh foods - it's what they would eat if they were in the wild. Even dogs and cats do well with occasional greens and salads, as well as fresh meat.

HAVE FRESH WATER AVAILABLE:
Offer your pet fresh, clean non-chlorinated water 24 hours a day. Hydration is just as important to your pet's health as it is to yours.

ADD ENZYMES:
Commercial foods are usually heat-processed, which means they lack enough enzymes for proper digestion. To make sure your pet can digest his or her food, sprinkle enzymes on their food. Order New Earth high-grade enzymes online.

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