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 Post subject: In speaking of salt
PostPosted: Sat Jul 14, 2018 9:55 am 

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First let me preface: I love my essential oils. Open my purse Logan Couture Jersey Sale , my gym bag, my diaper bag—even my ooh-la-la special occasion clutch—and you’re bound to find frankincense, eucalyptus, and lavender oils at the ready (and probably a half dozen more).

I firmly believe that essential oils can empower us moms to help soothe and comfort our littles.
Indeed, if you take a look at the 10,000+ peer-reviewedevidence-based studies about essential oils (published in scientific journals), it is clear that essential oils—in tandem with modern medicine—can have remarkable results. That’s the key phrase, ladies: “in tandem with modern medicine.”

I have become increasingly alarmed by the anti-medicine culture embraced by many of Young Living’s distributors users. These well-intentioned users—many of whom are my dear neighbors—have bought into a belief that essential oils can trump the doctor’s office, pharmacy, and even the emergency room. The ripples from this type of thinking can have life threatening consequences!

What’s at the root of this alarming culture? Two words: Gary Young. While I consider many Young Living users my friends, I have no tolerance for the founder and CEO of Young Living. Gary Young is a self-proclaimed “doctor” who has been arrested multiple times for practicing medicine without a license. True story! I could go on for days discussing Young’s frightening past, but below are just a few of the dangerous claims Gary Young has made on essential oil’s “healing” powers:

- Young has long avowed that he cured his own paralysis with essential oils. However, according to Dr. Eva Briggs, MD, Young has never provided any documentation of either his hospitalization (supposedly he was in an ICU for four months) or his miraculous cure. More suspicious still, a brochure published by Young in 1987 solely attributes his recovery to “Oscillation Frequency Stimulation Infusion” without once mentioning essential oils. Ugh.

- In his widely-distributed recording, “The Missing Link,” Gary claims that he healed a woman’s lupus in eight days with the blend of oils found in Young Living’s Immupower.

- In the same tape, he argues that the cure for diabetes is simply Coriander, and compares lavender oil to chemotherapy as a cancer treatment.

- He also states that “born deafness” can be restored with Helichrysum oil.

Disturbingly, Young Living’s own CEO sets the trend for Young Living’s distributors (even with the best of intent) to teach users to rely and expect essential oils to be the sole means to heal life-threatening conditions, burns or illnesses.

To contrast this, I really appreciate doTERRA’s far more balanced approach. For example, in 2013, doTERRA brought a team of six doctors to their yearly conference; their presentation emphasized the importance of use of their oils in conjunction with modern medicine as a synergistic approach to health care. Thanks to Dr. David K. Hill, doTERRA’s Chief Medical Officer, doTERRA is now leading the industry by working hand-in-hand with health-care professionals to equip more specialists and hospitals with essential oils.

To wrap things up, I loved a quote DoTERRA’s statement last July on this very topic, “essential oils are progressively becoming a more vital ingredient in the recipe for optimal health.” Instead of proudly claiming their oils and the only “ingredient” to healing, doTERRA clearly values the power of both modern medicine and the power of distilled plants working together to make our lives more healthy, whole, and full.

Now that’s a brand I can trust. Still struggling with trying to control or generate some successful weight loss? Whatever your diet or women's weight loss program might be, try applying these five essential keys to successful weight loss in women.

1. Eat Your Meals More Slowly

If you have an eye towards shaping up, toning down and generating fat loss to improve your looks and health, then consider this. You will derive more benefit nutritionally from what you eat, when you chew your food more thoroughly and eat more slowly. Why? It's because your body more easily extract nutrients from finely chewed foods. It's also true of foods that spend more time in the digestive tract where their value is extracted. "Wolfing down" your food serves no constructive purpose other than to make you prone to indigestion, upset stomach, and ulcers.

2. Avoid Excess Salt

In speaking of salt, the Holy Bible says, "Will tasteless things be eaten without salt?" (Job 6:6) Salt has many uses and is a seasoning that has been used for centuries. Used in excess however, and it quickly can turn against you. In moderation, it embellishes flavor and taste and enhances a multitude of foods. But use too much and tastes are strong, pungent, acrid and bitter. Too salty is a cooking error that can be difficult to correct. Salt also promotes water imbalances in the body, causing water weight gains in some, Diarrhea in others. An excess of salt in foods is the bane of weight loss in women. Avoid it.

3. Avoid High Saturated Fat, Processed Flour and Sugar-based Foods

From ancient China comes the saying, "Eat noodles for long life", but it's best to do so in moderation. Deep-fried foods, processed flour pastries and breads, and all manner of sugary or sugar-based foods and drinks are truly best avoided as much s possible for successful weight loss.

4. Increase Your Physical Activity

Move your body, exercise, enroll in a gym and go regularly for physical, aerobic workouts. Yo.


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