Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Wednesday wisdom

"We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit. Your habits speak volumes about you."

In my quest for health and wellness I must share that yesterday afternoon as I was running errands, I contemplated getting a fish sandwich from McDonald's because I didn't want to turn on the stove or make a salad. My split second justification was "after all, Dale, it's not a burger. Fish is healthier." As I approached the golden arches I took a whiff of the fries, drove right by, went to my house, and cooked some Quinoa pasta, with veggies and drank Kangen water instead. That was big for me. I was alone, and no one was watching. I'm on a day # 10 of a 28 day *parasite cleanse had the choice to fall off the wagon but held tightly to the reigns of health and won a small victory. I'd only be cheating on my own body. God gave us free reign to be the stewards of our temples. If I was serious about a lifestyle change I had a choice.

*Sometimes at night I wake myself up because I grind my teeth so hard I can't sleep. My wellness coach informed me that was a sign of paracidic activity. Parsites!! Oh god!!! Well calm down Dale, everyone has them. A few weeks ago I attended a heath seminar to learn more about how to eliminate them naturally. Here are a few excerpts:

Researchers say parasites and toxins make millions sick. This epidemic could be the underlying cause of SARS, aids, cancer, diabetes, obesity, cold/flu, sexual dysfunction, addictions, and many of today’s growing illnesses.Most citizens of North America have some sort of illness. We are the richest country on earth, but we have more sickness than any other country. If you doubt these facts, take a good look around and see how many people you know that have some sort of serious health challenge. The truth is that we are in a state of emergency and the situation is getting worse every day. One of the leading causes of illness today is the existence of parasites in the human body. This fact, along with nutritional deficiencies, and the many poisons we intake daily make our body much like a toxic waste dump. This effects our body’s defenses and it becomes the perfect breeding ground for colonies of millions of life threatening parasites and disease. If we think the parasite problems only exist in third world countries, we are dead wrong. These disease causing pest are alive and well in the USA. Parasites are fast becoming the equivalent of a modern day plague and most humans don’t know they have them until it’s too late.

Possible Symptoms of Parasitic Infections:
Cancer, Heart disease, irregular heartbeat, heart / chest pain, diabetes Aids/HIV, menstrual problems, vaginal infections, sexual dysfunction, over or under weight, burning in stomach, yellowish eyes, drooling while sleeping, dry lips, itchy ears, nose, anus, grinding the teeth, bed wetting, gas and bloating, Chronic fatigue syndrome, pain in joints, allergies, fatigue, insomnia, nightmares, Over abundance of mucus, food and drug cravings, rash/ pimples, throat problems, blood in stool, things floating by eyes, baldness/ premature gray hair, epilepsy, liver problems, loss of appetite, always feeling hungry, unclear vision, pain in back, legs, arms, cold and flu symptoms eye, ear, nose problems, headache/ migraines, lethargy, depression/ forgetfulness unclear thinking, slow reflexes, uncontrolled anger.

Many of the food cravings we have come from the many organisms we carry. They like what you like and they have cravings too. Parasites live off the food we eat and leave us the scraps, and suck the nutrition from our cells. These little monsters even love to eat the many supplements, and vitamins we take before our bodies can even use them. They live, defecate, reproduce, and die in all parts of our bodies even the eyes, teeth and bones, secreting toxins into our bodies, causing premature aging, and countless diseases. They can quickly over run the body and they destroy our bodies delicate defense systems, which can open the door to very serious problems and cause toxic overload, and even death.

So during my week of birthday celebration, that I didn't for warn was coming, I have words of wisdom today. These words are not always going to be my own but quotes that I like.
Let's quickly recap: Monday birthday rant, Tuesday toast, and now Wednesday wisdom. Yes Thursday through Saturday there will be other items to share, this being the first time that I'm blogging everyday for a week. So bear with me as I continue to document my experiences. Now I must work out for at least 30 minutes. Blogging can't be my excuse so I'm going to get on the stair climber now.

And there you have it. Have a phenomenal day!

1 comment:

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