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Mon Feb 20 2012 at 10:00 pm EDT
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Learn how to boost mental and physical performance on a plant-based nutrition program. Topics will include: - High net gain nutrition: what it is and how you can benefits from it - Biological debt: what it is, why it's rampant in North america, and how to ensure you're not a victim - Boost energy holistically, without stimulants - Enhance sleep quality (and therefore reduce amount of sleep needed to function at your best) - Reduce recovery time needed between workout and therefore improve athletic performance - Building a biologically younger body: how you can do it - Alkaline-forming nutrition: How you can ensure what you eat will enhance your body's efficiency and conserve energy with every move - How to enhance mental clarity and improve focus and productivity
A groundbreaking program backed by the irrefutable results from Dr. Esselstyn's 20-year study proving changes in diet and nutrition can actually cure heart disease. Dr. Esselstyn featured in the recent documentary Forks Over Knives, will present live. Register now to secure your spot in this interactive session. The proof is in the results. The patients in Dr. Esselstyn's initial study came to him with advanced coronary artery disease. Despite the aggressive treatment they received, among them bypasses and angioplasties, 5 of the original group were told by their cardiologists they had less than a year to live. Within months on Dr. Esselstyn's program, their cholesterol levels, angina symptoms, and blood flow improved dramatically. Twelve years later 17 compliant patients had no further cardiac events. Adherent patients survived beyond twenty years free of symptoms.
Gina Gardiner
Health & Wellness
Recorded: Feb 14, 2012 at 02:30 pm EDT
The quality of our lives is governed by the decisions we make. Even no decision is in fact a choice. All too often the quality of our lives is created by accident or because others influence your choice or lack of it. If we always do what we have always done we will always get what we have always got. Yet many people continue along the same path and moan that their lives never change. Most of us put far less thought into the way we live our lives, our choices and the consequence of those choices on our lives than we do into choosing a new carpet or planning a project at work. This session is about how to live “mindfully” how to make informed choices which empower and create positive possibilities. How to own our lives and to take responsibility for the choices we make. It doesn’t have to be hard work. Creating positive sustaining beliefs, using the precious resources of time, energy and money wisely rather than squandering them, focusing on success are a small sample of the strategies offered in this very practical approach to improving the quality of your thinking.
Food is the biggest drug we put in our bodies and everything we take into our body has the potential to affect the chemistry of our brain and body. You probably think your sugar cravings/addiction is about lack of willpower or discipline or motivation. It is not. It is about your biochemistry. Whether you're concerned with managing your weight, your health, or both, it makes sense to evaluate the impact sugar has on your body.