Monday, October 31, 2011
Question to ask people: Everyone's fingerprints are different, is the same thing true with our tongue print? Answer YES
Posted by Ken Anderson at 6:22 PM
? Omega-3 Supplement should always be? A. Omega-3 only? B. Omega-3 & 6? C. Omega-3, 6 & 9? Answer A. (Never take Omega-6 & 9)
Posted by Ken Anderson at 8:26 AM
Sunday, October 30, 2011
Saturday, October 29, 2011
If someone says " Hi, I'm from the Federal Government and I'm here to help you." "RUN" President Ronald Reagan
Posted by Ken Anderson at 5:29 PM
What vitamin was confirmed after the discovery from the dust of a butterfly's wing? Ask your friend's. Answer Folic acid Vit B9.
Posted by Ken Anderson at 9:07 AM
Thursday, October 27, 2011
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
Ask your friends: "One of the cheapest sources of food fiber is: Apples, Popcorn, Apricot, Guava or Bran?" Answer is Bran.
Posted by Ken Anderson at 4:50 PM
Let me help you launch a successful career as a Health Coach in a year & a half. Call me & I can explain 1-541-840-6811.
Posted by Ken Anderson at 12:35 PM
Tuesday, October 25, 2011
Hydrogen peroxide 3% - 2 drops each ear, I think will help to ward off the flu or cold. After 60 sec, cotton swab till dry.
Posted by Ken Anderson at 5:04 PM
"Believing when it's beyond the power of reason to believe," do you think this could be called Faith, Hope or Wishful thinking?
Posted by Ken Anderson at 1:09 PM
Monday, October 24, 2011
“The human body heals itself & nutrition provides the resources to accomplish the task.” Roger Williams, PhD
Posted by Ken Anderson at 9:22 PM
Beware of the word RAW in supplements it's not always a food. Rock dust can be raw still NOT food. example "Raw Food-Chealted Minerals."
Posted by Ken Anderson at 5:56 PM
Vitamin supplements with chelated minerals are nothing more than rocks with an amino acid around it. Not Real Food.
Posted by Ken Anderson at 11:30 AM
Cheerfulness is the best promoter of health and is as friendly to the mind as to the body.
Posted by Ken Anderson at 9:54 AM
Saturday, October 22, 2011
Friday, October 21, 2011
Thursday, October 20, 2011
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
To build a powerful Internet brand you need an idea that is for sure, but also a sense of urgency to act fast.
Posted by Ken Anderson at 12:05 AM
Tuesday, October 18, 2011
Monday, October 17, 2011
JAMA: "50% of all people under Dr's care seek 1st a better quality of life with dietary supplements to improve their lifestyle."
Posted by Ken Anderson at 7:22 PM
Ask your friends: Enzymes are so small they cannot be seen by most microscopes? Yes or no? The the the answer is YES.
Posted by Ken Anderson at 3:57 PM
NEWS: Vitamins proven harmful. What they failed to say is they're talking about the 95% synthetic vitamins sold in Health Food Stores.
Posted by Ken Anderson at 12:56 PM
Sunday, October 16, 2011
People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing – that’s why we recommend it daily. – Zig Ziglar
Posted by Ken Anderson at 7:40 PM
Dottie & I are truly blessed today because our sons are preaching. Oldest Troy in Washington & Kenny in Eagle Point, Oregon.
Posted by Ken Anderson at 9:04 AM
Saturday, October 15, 2011
Ask someone: How many different kinds of enzymes are in the human body? 35, 105, 4000, over 10,000? Answer is 10,000 plus.
Posted by Ken Anderson at 10:55 AM
Ask your friends: "Enzymes are a class of: Fats, Carbohydrates, Vitamins or Proteins?" The answer is "Proteins."
Posted by Ken Anderson at 8:29 AM
Friday, October 14, 2011
Ask your friend, "Without enzymes, we could not breathe, digest food or move our bodies?" True or false? TRUE.
Posted by Ken Anderson at 9:39 PM
The foods we choose to eat each day have a huge impact on our long-term health and well-being. We all know this, but we don’t necessarily allow what we know to change our behavior. Did you know that our food choices can heavily impact the world around us? When we purchase over-processed, pre-packaged foods, we’re often looking for the easiest and quickest ways to feed ourselves and our families. We usually aren’t thinking about howthe food was produced or how that process could be harmful to farm workers, farm animals or the environment.
Food Day is a grassroots movement seeking to bring people across America together and inspire them to get involved in promoting healthy, affordable food produced in a sustainable, humane way. On Monday, October 24, 2011, people will gather at events across the nation to raise awareness of several food issues and advocate for change. Food Day is organized around six main goals:
Reduce diet-related disease by promoting safe, healthy foods.
Support sustainable farms and limit subsidies to big agribusiness.
Expand access to food and alleviate hunger.
Protect the environment and animals by reforming factory farms.
Promote health by curbing junk-food marketing to kids.
Support fair conditions for food and farm workers.
More Farms, Less Factories
Food day is about eating more food that comes from farms and less food that comes from factories. It’s an opportunity to celebrate real food and to teach people about the benefits of healthy eating, the importance of gardening and farming, and the possibility of moving from a world of nutritional complexity to one of simplicity and balance.
Obviously, choosing the right foods can help us control our calories and weight. But these simple choices actually allow us to do much more than that. When you are more aware of where your food comes from, you begin to understand the importance of seasonality, freshness, sustainability, and the welfare of farm workers and farm-raised animals.
Local Farmers Markets
Making healthy eating choices has gotten more difficult with today’s food industry, pushing more and more products into an already overloaded market. But shopping at a local farmers market is an easy solution. When you purchase fresh fruits and vegetables from the farmers market, you’re not only getting real food that’s more wholesome and tastier, you’re giving your money to a farmer in your own community, and you’re supporting someone who is taking care of the land. If you’re buying organic, you’re also getting the benefits of foods that are produced using “earth-friendly” practices that work in harmony with nature. If you really think about it, with each purchase of farm-fresh, organic food, you’re making an investment in the future of our planet.
If everyone bought just a little more organic food and food from farmers markets, it really could make a big difference in the food industry. These foods may be slightly more expensive than the more readily available processed foods that line the shelves at the grocery store, but they are worth every cent. If you don’t have a local farmers market, try to stick to the perimeter of the supermarket, where the fresh fruits and vegetables, dairy products and whole foods are, and avoid the center of the store, where the highly processed foods are usually displayed.
The Bigger Picture
Eating right goes a long way toward keeping us healthy, but it’s not enough. Sometimes we have to look at the bigger picture to see what other changes we can make so we can cook meals for our families, using fresh, colorful seasonal ingredients; eat more locally grown, plant-based and whole grain foods; and live better, more environmentally conscious lives. Real food isn’t just good for us nutritionally, it has the power to nourish us and bring us together in community.
It’s all connected. The diets we follow, the foods we grow or buy, the policies we vote on and the impact we can have. Why not find—or create—a Food Day event today?
Here are some possible activities:
Organize a dinner with friends and/or neighbors using locally grown ingredients.
Help your child’s school start a vegetable garden (or make plans for the next growing season).
Talk to your mayor or city council about expanding access to local farmers markets.
Set up a debate, lecture or rally to discuss agricultural subsidies, animal welfare or farm workers’ rights in your area.
It’s time to get real about food. Go to FoodDay.org and click on Participate to get involved.
Food Day is sponsored by the Center for Science in the Public Interest, a nonprofit watchdog group that has led successful fights for food labeling, better nutrition and safer foods since 1971.
Nina Fuller is a Mannatech employee. She recently made a commitment to expand her understanding of good health and explore the many different methods of following a more natural diet, including eating more fruits, vegetables, whole grains and other whole foods; making sure she is getting all the nutrients her body needs; plus finding fun ways to incorporate more physical activities into her daily schedule. Look for more blog articles from Nina as she sets out on her personal wellness journey.
3 Responses to It’s Time to Eat Real, America!
Linda Pittman says: October 14, 2011 at 8:30 am
This perfectly timed for me. October 24 is my birthday and what a present to have it marked as Food Day! What an extra special gift to share with others on a day they send greetings to me. I will be sending this article to all my friends and family! Eating fresh, committing to a greater dedication this year as to what I eat and serve my family! With the fresh foods we will continue to support our bodies with Mannatech’s Real Food Technology Solutions!We have been using this support for over 15 years and want everybody to have it as well.
Avis M. Fuller says: October 14, 2011 at 12:38 pm
A very interesting and informative article! I was not aware of a FOOD DAY. It encourages me to keep putting up those vegetables from the garden and to find a more successful way of putting up fruit, besides making preserves, jellies and pies, etc. Thanks, Nina. Good job.
Peggy Ann Kralik says: October 14, 2011 at 1:39 pm
Thank you so much for this timely article. I am a Wellness Consultant (and Mannatech Associate), and am currently in the process of educating people about what to eat, and what to avoid. This article adds credibility to what I’m saying, and I plan to start using Healthy Science in my overall educational plan. Thanks bunches.
Posted by Ken Anderson at 12:31 PM
Thursday, October 13, 2011
Radiation while destroying cancer cells also burns, scars and damages healthy cells, tissues and organs.
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
I have more faith in my creator that I do it some man in a laboratory with the test tube, or doctors using their products. You can quote.
Posted by Ken Anderson at 1:07 PM
I say If you stay in your comfort zone your going down hill in your life.
Posted by Ken Anderson at 8:56 AM
Monday, October 10, 2011
I just posted "Food Sources of Vitamin B15" (Pangamic Acid) www.MakeMeYounger.com check it out. Adults eat 7 raw Apricot pita a day.
Posted by Ken Anderson at 5:55 PM
1990 BioTechnology magazine publishers article "Capitalizing on Carbohydrates" saying they were essential for the immune function.
Saturday, October 8, 2011
Is your child easily distracted? Does he/she have difficulty focusing in class? Maybe they need some 100% natural vitamins.
Posted by Ken Anderson at 12:33 PM
Friday, October 7, 2011
Federal panel says healthy men should no longer have PSA test for prostate cancer
By John Aravosis (DC)
The P.S.A. test, routinely given to men 50 and older, measures a protein — prostate-specific antigen — that is released by prostate cells, and there is little doubt that it helps identify the presence of cancerous cells in the prostate. But a vast majority of men with such cells never suffer ill effects because their cancer is usually slow-growing. Even for men who do have fast-growing cancer, the P.S.A. test may not save them since there is no proven benefit to earlier treatment of such invasive disease.
As the P.S.A. test has grown in popularity, the devastating consequences of the biopsies and treatments that often flow from the test have become increasingly apparent. From 1986 through 2005, one million men received surgery, radiation therapy or both who would not have been treated without a P.S.A. test, according to the task force. Among them, at least 5,000 died soon after surgery and 10,000 to 70,000 suffered serious complications. Half had persistent blood in their semen, and 200,000 to 300,000 suffered impotence, incontinence or both. As a result of these complications, the man who developed the test, Dr. Richard J. Ablin, has called its widespread use a “public health disaster. http://tinyurl.com/6xacw2p
Posted by Ken Anderson at 11:12 AM
Thursday, October 6, 2011
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Advertisers are set to spend $1.23 billion on mobile advertising this is first time ever the $1 billion mark.
Posted by Ken Anderson at 7:29 AM
Tuesday, October 4, 2011
I owned a Health Food Store for 15 years. I know what's sold in them. 95% of there minerals are ground up rocks (dirt). There not food.
Posted by Ken Anderson at 12:37 PM
Check the label on your minerals. Chelated magnesium, magnesium oxide, aspartate or gluconate are all ground-up rocks not food.
Posted by Ken Anderson at 12:30 PM
Monday, October 3, 2011
Sunday, October 2, 2011
Before America was founded it was 100% unemployment yet millions came because of the opportunity. Still opportunity, most don't try.
Posted by Ken Anderson at 10:02 PM
In the olden days everybody had a horse, only the rich had a car. Nowadays everybody has a car and only the rich have a horse. Ken Anderson
Posted by Ken Anderson at 9:50 PM
A cold sore is from a deficiency of lysine and amino acids found in protein.
Posted by Ken Anderson at 7:32 AM