Thursday, April 27, 2017

Achy Breaky Joints

The winter weather is moving out and it's time to start on Spring projects. Fixing up the house, preparing the soil for gardening, irrigating farmland, cleaning out the garage or basement. I can hear my achy breaky joints and back already screaming at me just thinking of all my Spring projects.

I've dreamed all winter of a beautiful vegetable garden and reaping the rewards at the end of the summer. But my shoulders, knees and back know the pains they will have to endure to make that dream come true.

Now is the time to start fortifying those creaky joints to get ready for digging the garden and other strenuous Spring projects. Here are some tips for maintaining healthy joints and getting in shape for your Spring work:

  • Add plant based foods to your diet that have antioxidant and phytochemicals. These may decrease COX-2 enzyme activity and reduce joint inflammation. Vegetables, fruits, nuts, teas and yes, even chocolate fall into this category.
  • Increase foods containing omega-3 fatty acids such as salmon and tuna.
  • ASU, Chondroitin, and Glucosamine are useful for supporting cartilage and ligaments which in turn support and protect joints.
  • Chondroitin, Flax, Glucosamine, Indian Frankincense and MSM can aid in increased joint mobility.
  • Exercise to strengthen the muscles around the joints, strengthen bones and increase flexibility. The best types of exercises for joint health are:
  • Flexibility and range of motion exercises such as Tai Chi and yoga.
  • Isotonic and Isometric strengthening exercises to increase muscle strength to protect joints
  • Cardiovascular exercise such as aerobics, walking, dancing, or swimming for overall fitness and increased energy levels

Supportive Supplements

  • This algae and sprouts supplement is rich in chlorophyll, glutathione, enzymes, vitamins, minerals, and phytonutrients from its combination of kale sprouts, red clover sprouts, wheat sprouts, concentrated wheat sprouts, and Dunaliella salina algae. All these sprouts mean extra antioxidant protection including a balanced proportion of antioxidant–A, help for your body to fight damaging, inflammation creating free radicals, and help protecting against the stresses your joints experience from increased physical activity.
  • Ubiquinol, the active form of Coenzyme Q10, can be found in this mushroom and algae supplement full of antioxidants with 100mg of ubiquinol, a blend of organic flaxseed oil, olive biophenols (Hidrox®), organic reishi and oyster mushrooms, and bluegreen algae. Antioxidants help neutralize free radicals and stop their destruction that results in headaches, backaches, muscle aches, and pain in joints and ligaments. And best of all this pain alleviation is accomplished not with drugs, as antioxidants are foods and specialized nutrients derived from foods.
  • You'll find natural antioxidants including wild blueberry, green tea, carnosine (an antioxidant amino acid), and organic bluegreen algae, in this algae supplement.These natural ingredients have been found to work to support the growth of adult stem cells and the antioxidant properties have been reported as useful for fighting the free radicals that can cause joint pain. 
  • This super algae powder not only gives you the nutrients from wild bluegreen algae, but also  has 700 mg. of glucosamine per teaspoon, a mix of probiotics and enzymes, and antioxidant-rich organic wheat sprouts.

The right foods, exercise and some whole food supplements, and I'm ready to start making my dream garden a reality.

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Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Want to Stay Healthy? Take a Break!

Did you know that many tribal and indigenous cultures take vacations 4 times a year? Well, maybe not the Disneyland vacations that you might be thinking about, but they do take time away from life at every change of season to celebrate, cleanse, renew, and refresh. In modern cultures, we don't tend to take time out of life to refresh-we just get sick. Sick days become our excuse for taking a break. It seems like there's a better way to do things ...

If you're ready to take a break from life to renew and rejuvenate, here are some simple ideas to get you started. You might consider taking a break from:

WORKOUTS: Working out is a great way to stay fit, but taking a break can sometimes help your body recuperate and regenerate. In fact, we often find that taking a short break (a day or two) four times a year from our yoga program actually helps us become more flexible.

THOUGHT: Thinking takes more energy than you might guess. Have you ever thought of taking a silent retreat? You don't have to go anywhere. Just turn off the phones, TV, computer, tablets, and radio and experiment with living in a silent environment for a while. Practice inner silence as well as outer silence. If you live with other people, retreat to your room or ask them to leave the house for a period of 4 or 8 hours. Be alone with yourself for a few hours and feel the restfulness of it.

FOOD: A short juice fast of 2 to 4 days can really help your body cleanse and detox. Consider adding probiotic supplements of acidophilus, bifidus and digestive enzymes to speed up the detox process and support energy levels during the process.

WORK: The best way to take a retreat is to get away from work. Most people spend 1/3 of their lives at work and a large percentage take work home with them. If you're planning a retreat from work, take a long weekend or at least 1 day off. Can't get away? Try taking 2 hours out of your work day and doing something quiet and unusual, such as visiting a museum or art gallery.

No matter how you take your break, the key is to take in life in a different way. Whether you take in different foods, drink in new impressions, or just slow the pace of your thoughts, taking a break is both useful and restful. Taking a break at least 4 times a year will add years and quality to your life.

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Thursday, April 20, 2017

Can Service and Your Career Intersect? Yes!

Are you looking for a career that involves service and giving back while creating a sustainable income at the same time? If so, then we may just have the business for you. The company we have built our business through not only allows us to build a solid, reliable income stream, but gives us the flexibility to grow the business at our own pace, puts us in control of how large we want our business to be and gives us a legacy to pass on. As an added bonus, the company has instigated programs over many years that allow us to partner with them to provide wholefood products to children, adults and animals that are in need. This includes people that suffer from hunger and malnutrition, overseas troops in war zones and disaster survivors in North America and around the world. All the service projects are created to have a positive, sustainable impact on people for personal and local economic growth to nourish them on every level. One of the many service projects we are able to support is the GIVE initiative. Through this program we can each give a little or a lot depending on what we are called to do to help provide nutritional superfoods to adults, children and animals in need. Charities that receive funds or products through the GIVE program include Dr. Theresa Kohen Foundation (Philippines), Gentle Barn, Klamath Crisis Center, Only A Child (Guatemala), and Wild Animal Sanctuary.

A Study Supporting AFA Algae Nutrition
One of the exciting things about this program is that it provides recipients with a variety of products containing AFA bluegreen algae. This is a truly unique way to provide superior nutrition that not every company can give. How do we know AFA bluegreen algae can really help with the world hunger problem? One of the reasons is from a study done in Nandaime, Nicaragua that began in 1992 and included 2000 primary school children and 500 adults. This study was specifically designed to measure if AFA bluegreen algae could have a positive effect on those suffering from malnutrition.

About two-thirds of the people in Central America are affected by malnutrition. Nicaragua has a very serious public health problem due to malnutrition with a 72% hospital mortality rate for children and high rates of poor health and mortality from infectious disease in children. Malnutrition in children has been found to have a direct impact on their learning processes and school achievement. This study involved a sample group that was given one gram of the AFA bluegreen algae supplement for 5 days a week over a 6 month period. Just a few of the significant results included:

  • Children in the study group measured 14% having a normal nutritional status before the study. After 6 months of the algae supplementation, this increased to 79%.
  • Before the study 86 % of these children were found to be in a state of malnourishment. This dropped to 21% after eating algae. Those in the remaining 21% were those with the greatest nutritional deficiencies before the study. 
  • Before the study, 72% of the study group children had excellent or good school attendance measured as zero to three absences a month. After the 6 months of algae supplementation, this increased to 95%. Those with unsatisfactory school attendance measured as four or more absences a month went from 28% to 7%. 

Some of the conclusions the researchers reached from this study include:

  • The AFA bluegreen algae supplement reduced the prevalence of malnutrition and improved the nutritional status of these children significantly. 
  • The AFA bluegreen algae had a significant impact on the school attendance, attitude and participation in class through the increased nutritional status it gave the children. 
  • Children taking AFA bluegreen algae became ill less frequently which allowed them to have improved school attendance, thus becoming more interested in academics. 

This study is one of the things that says to us that AFA bluegreen algae truly is a superfood. Building our business for a steady income stream and being able to work with a company that gives back to people in need is the best of both worlds for us. If you think this sounds like something you'd like to be a part of, let us hear from you. We'd be happy to get you more information on how you too can build a sustainable business that helps yourself, your family and others.

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Thursday, April 13, 2017

Flat Belly Foods to Help You Get That Flat Stomach

Having a flat stomach is about much more than just looking good and feeling good about how our bodies look. The excess belly fat that is common among many Americans creates health risks too. Belly fat leads to increased risk of cardiovascular and other diseases more so than fat in other places such as our hips and thighs. No matter what we eat, the formula for a flat stomach has to include the number of calories consumed being somewhat equal to the number we burn off. Food is simply fuel for the body. If we put more in than our bodies can use up, then it stores up as fat. The alternative is to increase our activity level and use up more. There are some foods though that have been shown to be helpful in getting that flat stomach. Eating flat belly foods can help us get that flat stomach and improve our overall health. What are flat belly foods? Here are some of the types of food that can help achieve our goal of a flat stomach.

Monounsaturated Fats
It may sound strange to say that eating fat will help keep you from getting fat, but many researchers have found just that. That doesn't mean all fats, it applies specifically to monounsaturated fats. Stay away from the greasy fast food and other foods with trans fats. The Institute of Medicine recommends that 20-35% of your calorie intake be these foods with the "good" fats.

Liz Vaccariello, editor-in-chief of Prevention and Cynthia Sass, MPH, RD, former nutrition director at Prevention recommend in their book, Flat Belly Diet, that sticking with 1600 calories a day will help you get a flat stomach and still have energy, a healthy immune system, and keep muscle strong. Part of the secret of this diet is eating foods with monounsaturated fatty acid in every meal as they indicate that these types of fats actually help reduce belly fat. This is the type of good fats found in foods like peanut butter, olive oil, and avocados. They also emphasize eating fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, beans, seeds, lean protein, and very little red meat and avoiding processed foods.

There is research that reports eating foods loaded with soluble fiber can help get you that flat stomach. Eating fiber makes you feel fuller so you don't need to eat as much to feel satisfied. Less calories in of course mean less calories to burn up. Foods high in fiber include beans, fruits, whole grains and vegetables. Some of the foods with the highest amounts of fiber are artichokes, split peas, lentils, black beans, raspberries and barley.

Your digestive system needs healthy friendly bacteria to digest your food. If you do not have enough of these bacteria working for you, your digestion is slowed and bloating occurs as well as having undigested food causing belly bulges. Flat belly foods that are good sources of probiotics vital to this digestion process are yogurt and kefir. When buying yogurt or kefir, make sure you read the labels and get ones with live active cultures. You can also add a full spectrum probiotic supplement to your diet. Our favorite probiotic supplement has twelve key good bacteria that are microblended with bluegreen algae.

You need protein to build strong muscle and maintain muscle integrity and strength. This doesn't mean chowing down on lots of steaks and hamburgers though that have a lot of fat if you are seeking the flat stomach. Good proteins come from lean sources such as beans, soy, and dairy, and if you need a meat fix then opt for white meat chicken or seafood. Be sure to take the skin off the chicken before cooking as it contains lots of saturated fat. If you notice that you are losing weight, but not dropping in waist size, this can be an indication that you need more protein or need strength training, according to Alan Aragon, a nutritionist in Westlake Village, California (

Protein powder drinks are another good source of protein. Studies such as one in The Journal of Nutrition are showing benefits of choosing whey powder over soy. In this study it is reported that those who added whey protein to their diets showed less body fat and smaller waists than those that used soy protein.

Personally, I love getting protein with smoothies. They are easy and fast to make, and easy to take with you when you are on the run. I can add in fruit or veggies for some extra fiber and antioxidants, some yogurt for probiotics and protein and my favorite organic whey protein powder for a real boost. This protein powder has bluegreen algae for extra nutritional value, sprouts, and protein digesting enzymes.

Metabolism Boosting Foods
Increasing your metabolism can also help burn fat and get you closer to your goal of a flat stomach. Capsaicin is a chemical compound that creates a sensation of heat from irritating nerve endings. It is mostly found in various types of peppers and has been found to give a boost to metabolism. Green tea is another metabolism booster. Some studies have reported an increase in metabolism of 4-10% when drinking two to four cups of green tea a day. Staying hydrated also helps keep your metabolism working at its peak. Being even mildly dehydrated can slow down your metabolism, so be sure you are drinking plenty of water.

For a natural and healthy way to keep your metabolism high and your fat content low, add enzymes to your regimen between and at meals. Enzymes help boost your metabolism. These enzymes contain amylase, cellulase, lipase, protease, and lactase for more efficient digestion to avoid the after-meal energy slump. These enzymes with an extra boost contain cayenne and other substances reported to increase metabolism, burn fat, digest a broad spectrum of substances, and clean up waste in the body.

We typically think of dairy foods as being fattening, but not getting enough can actually lead to your body making more fat. This is explained in a study in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition as calcitriol, a compound that increases fat cell production, being stimulated by a lack of calcium. You can actually go further towards getting a flat stomach by making sure you get extra calcium.

Snack Bars
Yes, I know there are lots of snack bars out there that vary in protein, calories and overall nutrition. You really have to read labels and compare to make sure you are getting one with the right nutrients to fill you up and leave you feeling satisfied, but without adding a lot of extra calories or unnatural ingredients that you'll have to now burn off. My favorite snack bar is made with high-quality, organic ingredients, is fortified with sprouted grains, greens, and bluegreen algae so I know I'm getting good nutritional value from it. It also has almond butter for a smooth texture and is sprinkled with minced almonds which helps make it great tasting as well as nutritious and convenient when I'm busy or on the run.

Now that you know some flat belly foods to get you on the way to a flat stomach get started on burning away that belly fat for a healthier you.

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Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Avoid Nasty Cold and Flu Bugs While Traveling

During this vacation season there will be lots of traveling to visit friends and family or see new places and along with that can be extra exposure to cold and flu bugs. If you are flying to your destination, you can be at a 20% increased risk of catching a cold according to research presented in the Wall Street Journal. And the Journal of Environmental Health Research reported research findings that you are 100 times more likely to encounter cold germs on an airplane than in everyday life on the ground. If you think about it any kind of travel leaves you open to more germs with using public restrooms, eating out, being in closed quarters with others, and the stress involved, but airplane travel has some extra environmental conditions like the low humidity from being at higher elevations. In this type environment we are more likely to have a dry throat and nose which means the mucus that normally protects us is not available and we are more likely to become dehydrated which can cause conditions such as headaches, stomach problems, cramps, and fatigue. With air travel we also encounter security situations that can leave us more susceptible to germs. For example, passengers are sometimes required to remove shoes when going through security which according to the director of the Center for Wilderness and Travel Medicine at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore, Michael Zimring, MD, can lead to your picking up a bacterial or fungal infection. Vacation travel and just travel in general have more opportunity for exposure to germs since you are visiting more public places with crowds of people all breathing the same air, and as Dr. Keri Peterson, at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York City, warns, touching the same doorknobs, escalator and stair rails, drinking from the same water fountains, and handling the same merchandise and utensils.

Natural Solutions For Avoiding Cold and Flu
All this extra exposure may make you reluctant to travel, but that doesn't have to be the case. Just be aware of the extra ways of encountering cold and flu bugs so that you can take action against them and you can increase your likelihood of staying well to enjoy your vacation no matter where you are traveling to.

Keep It Clean – One of the best ways to keep from ingesting cold and flu germs is to wash your hands frequently, especially after touching something that others have touched. Give some thought to what you are touching that anyone else could have touched before you – armrests, handrails, seat levers, remote controls, tray tables, faucets, door knobs, and anything else you touch that someone else could have. Use hot or warm water and soap, rubbing for at least 20 seconds, throughout your travels to wash your hands before you touch your mouth or nose and you'll help cut down on the amount of germs you let into your body as studies show that these germs can live for hours on objects or your own skin. If washing your hands is not possible, which it often isn't while traveling, you can use hand sanitizer to clean up. Alcohol based ones are specifically recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. You can use these not only to clean up your hands, but also on armrests, tray tables, remotes or any other objects that may have germs including door knobs and faucets in public restrooms. Hand sanitizing wipes are a convenient form to use when traveling and you can use them to open doors and turn on faucets so that you don't actually touch these places with your skin.

Drink – That means water! Drinking water will help you stay hydrated and boost your immune system function. Traveling and vacations often mean drinking alcohol and increasing caffeine to stay awake, but when traveling it's best to avoid these as they can add to dehydration. Experts also recommend that taking small sips of water throughout your travels, especially on airplanes, instead of drinking a lot at one time is more effective. Drinking hot drinks can also help keep the mucus in your nasal passages from suffering in a drier environment like on a plane. You can also use nasal sprays during your flight to help keep them moist and helping you fight off germs.

Boost Immune Nutrition - Before taking off on a trip, really boost your immune system nutrition a few days ahead. That means increasing your intake of vitamin C foods, and foods with antioxidants, beta glucans, zinc, selenium, omega-3 fatty acids and lean protein sources. Avoid a lot of sugars and fatty foods too so that your immune system is working at its peak when you leave. Your immune system suffers when you don't have the right nutrients feeding it. One way to get a boost of these nutrients according to Karl Abrams, chemistry professor, is with AFA bluegreen algae. For instance, the carotenoids, such as found in AFA, give you the antioxidant protection for immune cells, boosts immune function by the protection it provides for the thymus gland, increases the amount, activity, and circulation of white blood cells and helper cells from the thymus that fight viruses and increases the activity of B-cells that create antibodies like IgA. You also find glutathione in bluegreen algae that is necessary for lymphocytes to replicate and the functioning of natural killer cells. For traveling, these packets of algae, probiotics, and enzymes are an especially convenient way to take all this nutrition with you. For AFA and extra antioxidant nutrition, this wholefood algae supplement is another good traveling companion as is this algae mushroom supplement with reishi, cordyceps, maitake, shiitake, Turkey Tail, and Agaricus blazei mushrooms with astragalus, beta glucan.

Keep Your Germs to Yourself - Being aware of places that others touch a lot can help you avoid spreading germs. When going through security at the airport, Michael Zimring, MD advises making sure you are wearing socks and keeping them on when walking on the floor through security where many others have walked before you. Dr. Keri Peterson and other experts remind you to cough in your sleeve or elbow instead of your hands and to not touch your face getting germs on your hands. Bringing your own pillow or blanket if you plan to sleep on the plane, bus or train instead of using ones provided can also help you cut down on germ exposure. One you may not even have thought of is touching seats as you walk up the aisle, but many others have been touching those same seats. Just be extra aware of anything your hands may touch and either avoid those things or be sure to wash up afterwards. When traveling you also encounter lots of other people and some of those may be sick. If you really have to make sure you don't get sick for your vacation, you may want to resort to wearing a protective mask over your mouth and nose. If you are uncomfortable with that, then avoid contact with anyone you suspect is sick or "coming down with something" and use a Neti pot to flush out your nasal passages as soon as you can, as well as some of the other tips we've mentioned.

Cut Down on Stress - You get a double whammy on stress with travel which is stressful in itself and with the stress of preparing to get away on a trip. Stress takes its toll on the immune system giving us less protection for fighting off any cold and flu germs we encounter. When traveling, make sure you get adequate rest and don't forget to pack your stress fighting tools. If soothing music helps you relax bring your music with you, if you have a soothing scent that cuts down on your stress reactions bring it with you. And of course unless you are the one driving, you can always do some meditation to bring your stress level down. Even drivers can use deep breathing exercises. If you don't regularly use these techniques, check them out on the internet before leaving on your trip.

Keep Moving – Remember that regular exercise helps boost the immune system and cuts down on stress hormones. I know it may be hard to keep up with your regular exercise routine during a vacation or visiting others and especially when traveling, but look for ways to keep your body physically moving. Walk when you can even if that just means walking around the airport before your flight or that you stop the car to walk around a bit at a rest area. Take the stairs if you can instead of the escalator or elevator, walk in place while standing in line, and get creative with finding ways to work in whatever type of body movement you can.

No one wants to spend a vacation or road trip feeling bad or having to miss out on the fun being home sick in bed. Being aware of the extra germs circulating and where they may live is the first step to helping you avoid them. Remember these travel tips as you start your summer travels and you'll arrive at your destination healthy and ready to enjoy your time away.

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Thursday, April 6, 2017

Aging Gracefully: Staying Flexible and Active Naturally

Many people dread getting older and not being able to make their bodies do all the things it could when it was younger, but there are ways of aging gracefully that can help us enjoy life on into our senior years. Being able to stay active and get out to experience the world is something just about all of us would like to still be able to do and can be a reality by starting on a program of healthy aging now no matter what age you are now.

Benefits of Staying Flexible
One of the ways to accomplish this state of aging gracefully is to keep joints, tendons, and muscles flexible. In Ayurvedic practice, keeping the body flexible allows our prana or vital force to have good circulation. A flexible body with healthy joints means an increased range of motion and the freedom movement offers as well as having a positive impact on blood circulation, absorbing nutrients, excreting waste, and lymphatic flow. Stretching exercises, which could also include doing yoga, are a great way to naturally keep the body flexible and limber. The American College of Sports Medicine advises doing stretching exercises a minimum of twice a week on each major muscle group and doing each exercise around a minute. According to Lynn Millar, PhD, physical therapist and professor at Winston-Salem State University, your hips and hamstrings will benefit from stretching which will really pay off in flexibility and movement when you are older. She adds that doing stretching after exercise is a good time since you are the most flexible then. Getting into a regular yoga practice is also a good way to be sure you are getting your stretching time in and to increase your body's flexibility towards aging gracefully.

Foods for Flexibility
There are also certain foods that can help you be more flexible. Ripe, raw, in season fruit for example is one food that is considered valuable in a spiritual yoga practice. It is thought to increase ojas which support immunity, happiness and vitality. Fruits are also high in water content and since muscles are 76% water, they help keep muscles hydrated and working properly. Drinking enough water throughout the day is also important for this reason and to avoid muscle cramping, fatigue and injury. What you don't want though is to be eating foods that cause you to retain fluid which can lead to inflammation in muscles that you feel as soreness and stiffness. Eating more alkaline foods like most fruits and vegetables or spices like turmeric and ginger can help cut down on this type of inflammation. You can also add wholefood supplements to your diet with ingredients found to help with inflammation. This joint support algae supplement combines vegetable-based glucosamine, chondroitin, UC-II® undenatured collagen and wild AFA bluegreen algae and this enzyme algae supplement combines plant-based proteolytic enzymes--bromelain, papain, protease, lipase, and serratiopeptidase, with wild AFA bluegreen algae. These ingredients are reported to support the body's inflammatory response to physical exercise. Both these are Gluten Free, Dairy Free, and GMO Free and have ingredients that have been shown to decrease inflammation, increase recovery time and flexibility, and reduce post-workout stress. Getting this nutrition from supplements and whole foods makes sense since the body has more difficulty producing these ingredients as we age.

Other foods that are said to promote flexibility include:

Sulfur-rich foods – Garlic, cabbage, kale, onions, leeks, broccoli, cauliflower, and turnips are examples of foods that have sulfur that can help keep joints flexible. Many of the amino acids that make up tendons and ligaments have sulfur in them so adding these type foods can help beef them up.

Sea Vegetables – Seaweeds such as dulse, kelp, and nori are all good for connective tissues since they are rich sources of protein, chlorophyll, iodine, potassium, calcium and sodium which are all supportive nutrients for them.

Ghee – a type of clarified butter believed to be good for anti-aging, body flexibility and lubrication of tendons and ligaments.

Silicon – This is another important mineral to keep connective tissue healthy and can be found in vegetables such as cucumber, cabbage, spinach, lettuce, green beans, asparagus, and mustard greens.

Don't let old age keep you from keeping on. You can still get out, stay active and enjoy life. Just get started on a healthy aging plan that will help you keep your mobility and avoid the pain of inflammation and you'll find maybe aging doesn't have to be a dreaded condition.

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