Among the best herbs are rosemary, mint, basil and especially lemon balm –not pictured because it’s hard to find these days. A local grower promises he’ll have some in a few weeks.
But first, meet
Dr. Jeanne M. Wallace– a PhD in nutrition specializing in diet and cancer and “among a small handful of gifted practitioners who has succeeded in synthesizing the complex and wide volume of available research in the field of integrative care.” (That’s Dr. Keith Block, MD, of Chicago’s Block Center for Integrative Cancer Care.)
Thankfully, Wallace is now turning her attention to
synthesizing the research on nutrition and viral disease. Continue reading
Got problems with constipation?
Try soaking in a bath with Epsom salts. They fill your pores with magnesium, a mineral that triggers
peristalsis. Say what? Continue reading
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Will it give us abs like these? Continue reading
Well, maybe. Since writing about the anti-cancer benefits of flaxseed on Eat and Beat Cancer,™ I’ve decided to indulge–been taking 2 Tablespoons ground flax/day for 5 days now. Holy moly! Continue reading
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You’ve got to be kidding. Just when you thought you had been doing it right since the age of two, along comes a better way of sitting on the can: Continue reading
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Short of diving in the lake, here’s a surefire way to bring your body temperature down, down, down: Continue reading
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Check out these bongers. (No, I didn’t say “bongs.”) They’re simple tools for giving yourself a massage–especially in places you can’t easily reach.
Bong away those knots in your traps. Bong the bottoms of your feet to stimulate circulation. Bong along the front and back meridians of your body–or even of your dog.
And no batteries needed. They’re powered solely by your own hands.
Who wants to give it a try and see if you can break up cellulite? If you’ll show me yours, I’ll show you mine.
Unlike the G Spot, the H spots are abundant –and simple to show you. Continue reading