While a little stress may help boost our energy, keep us focused on our task and keep us motivated at the same time, too much stress can have serious physical, mental and emotional consequences. Studies indicate that when left untreated, chronic stress may cause a wide variety of symptoms which include anxiety, panic attacks, muscle pain, insomnia, high blood pressure and a weakened immune system. Worse, it may even cause heart disease, depression and obesity.
I knew that the Living Foods Lifestyle was a healthy way of eating and capable of healing illnesses, but I was blown away to hear Brenda say, “People would come with HIV AIDS and we were able to remove the virus entirely from their blood. People would come with heart disease, some would come when they had been told that they needed open heart surgery, they would do the program and their heart healed so they did not need to have surgery.”
WOW promotes their member’s news and events though WOW’s updates, social media partners and in person at ongoing networking events. What this means to you is that you can plug in as a member and gain exposure for your cause or profession. This can mean great financial gains for your business whether you are an entrepreneur or corporate professional. WOW’s members are invited to blog in their area of expertise or simply share their passion with thousands of like-minded business women online. You should become a partner with WOW in educating and promoting women everywhere.
Do you realize that you can lose a ton of weight just by changing the timing and speed in which you eat and exercise? There may be habits that you’re accustomed to that puts a serious monkey wrench in your weight loss plan. Let’s pull the monkey wrench out! Adopt these new habits until they come as easy to you as tying your shoe.
The emphasis on eating a clean, organic diet, the peer and expert support, and the focus on learning habits that will help maintain a long-term healthy lifestyle makes the Organic Liaison program one worth investigating because it is designed to be sustainable for life.
Bonnie Mechelle discussed the documentary film, The Business of Being Born, with the film’s director, Abbie Epstein on the HealthTopia Radio show. Ricki Lake was the 2008 film’s executive producer. Through this film, Lake wanted to share the life changing experience of giving birth to her baby at home in the bathtub of her New York City apartment, but she also wanted to bring attention to all of the birth options that women have available to them today in the United States.