Adjust your snacks to your lifestyle, sex and age. Check out which sweetener suits the best for kids and which one for women in menopause. While working on my Cake Book (still in progress) I was deep diving into the … Continue reading I need sweets! Sure, but which one?
It’s a warrior’s breath. A breathing technique that stimulates metabolism and generates inner heat. You can appreciate its benefits more and more as you march along the bridge towards meno- or andropause. As you inhale with a little tension on … Continue reading Ujjayi Breathing to speed your metabolism up
Dr. Veronique Desaulniers, chiropractor lived healthy, and for her biggest surprise she conquered breast cancer not only once, but twice. She shares her learnings and the way she dealt with this scary disease including her mistakes she made on the road in her book, Heal Breast Cancer Naturally. She says that according to studies those taking synthetic thyroid medication are twice as likely to develop breast cancer down the line. She also says it’s not that much because the synthetic drug itself, which does the job, but it does not get to the root cause, like high cortisol levels, which … Continue reading Dr. V. conquered breast cancer twice, now she says: Never fear breast cancer again
Charlotte is 4-6 month old and her mom suffers from alcohol addiction. The mom won’t be able to give her adequate nurturing and support in the middle of her own misadventure, and Charlotte will feel abandoned. She wants to survive and she chooses the survival strategy of disconnecting from the earth, ignoring the base of existence, the ground, the safety, the core. Charlotte grows to be an intelligent young girl, but her childhood wounds she doesn’t want to break up open. They created too much of fear in her. She’s avoiding facing with them, and as a result she has … Continue reading Childhood traumas to heal with Grounding Exercises and the Wisdom of Chakras
Yesterday I heard little voices doubting in Me. That “I shouldn’t have laughed so much when I talked to X”, and “I could ‘ve got into trouble when …” and I saw a violent scene in front of my eyes, etc. And as I was listening to these inner voices with a level of surprise, I said to myself “This can’t be true suddenly, I toke it all as innocent then and there, when they were happening… “ And I realised that my period was going to come. This subtle symptom of doubting, questioning and worrying inner voices in the head is not called PMS yet. … Continue reading Those little voices in the head
Twists are releasing tension, therefore they are highly recommended when you’ve been exposed to stress for a long time. Let’s be precise, when you’ve been thinking that things are not going well around you, which is often matter of perception. You find a conflict at work disturbing, threatening even, whereas it’s nothing serious reality, certainly it doesn’t put your life in danger. Yet your system has one way to react, pushing stress hormones out to the blood stream, brain and limbs to prepare you for flight or fight to protect your life. Sometimes, on the other hand, you are not … Continue reading Come and Twist Again
One of your stress hormones, the alfa hormone cortisol may be low or high, you think. In reality it can be low when it should be high and/or high when it should be low, or low usually or high most … Continue reading Instead of Burnout Get over Cortisol Dysregulations