The Total Life Energy Plan Gets The Readers’ Favorite 5-Star Award

Review from the Readers’ Favorite:

“A must-have in all households.”

“An insightful and informative guide for all readers who are looking to create and maintain their body’s energy for long-term health.”

“Help readers to increase and maintain vitality, overcome chronic illnesses such as fatigue, high blood pressure, or diabetes, control weight gain, and improve sexual vitality.”

“Aid us in understanding how the world around us works, so that we can understand our bodies and live well in and with nature and among others.”

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10 Ways to Care for Your Menopause

Menopause is the time in women’s lives when menstrual periods stop permanently and they are no longer able to bear children. Menopause occurs 12 months after the last menstrual period and typically between 49 and 52 years of age. Menopause occurring before 45 years old usually indicates there is a health issue(s), diagnosable or un-diagnosable by Western medicine. Normal periods may reoccur after health problems are cured before the age of 48. Continue reading “10 Ways to Care for Your Menopause”

Many Illnesses Actually Protect the Body

Many types of cancers and chronic illnesses, such as liver cancer, lung cancer, tumors, diabetes, and strokes, are collectively classified as manifestations of genetic abnormalities by Western medicine.

Actually, an illness is the inevitable result of abusing or misusing the body. An illness is one of the body’s indicators that a problem exists and implies something in our routine must be changed in order to prevent deteriorating of the illness and to begin the healing process. Continue reading “Many Illnesses Actually Protect the Body”

The Three Kinds of Body Waste that Can Make You Very Ill.

The human body generates waste from its normal routine functions, such as breathing in air and digesting food.

Just as most matter in nature exists in three states, body waste can be classified into three different types: solid, liquid, and gas. For example, gallstones and stools are solid waste, mucus and urine are liquid waste, and air from exhaling and a bloated stomach are gaseous waste.

The lungs, liver, kidneys, and other organs naturally detoxify the body. But if any waste remains inside the body, discomfort and illness may occur. Solid and liquid waste are easier to detect with modern medical equipment, but the gaseous waste trapped inside the body is not. Continue reading “The Three Kinds of Body Waste that Can Make You Very Ill.”