Easy Weight Loss!

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Teeth Whitening- The natural way!

Home Remedies for Teeth Whitening

1. Application of a paste of lemon juice and salt in the yellowish tint of the teeth is a wonderful way of eliminating that dull colour of the teeth

2. Rubbing the inner white part of an orange peel in the bleached teeth gives a lovely white shine.

3. Regular use of paste of bi-carbonate of soda with water take away the surface stain from the teeth

4. Dried and powdered Bay leaves combined with dried orange peel also acts as an outstanding whitener

5. Hydrogen peroxide is probably the most ordinary and popular natural lightening agent. It can be combined with lemon juice, baking soda, baking powder, or roughly a dozen other ingredients. Dissimilar recipes will call for different amounts of peroxide. Use low dosage.  Some people suggest 5-10% strength and rinse your mouth thoroughly afterwards.  Do your research.

6. Lemon juice by itself may not be the most excellent home remedy for teeth whitening as the acidity can weaken teeth. Amazingly enough, strawberries fall into the same acidic category. They are normal whiteners; simply rub them straightly on your teeth or mash into a paste. But use both sparingly

7. Apple cider and white vinegar are also used in a some home remedy recipes for teeth whitening. Wood ash is known for being a natural bleaching preservative, but too much usage can cause the enamel of your teeth to wear away. And, like the vinegar, has a quite bitter taste.

by Jasvinder  Singh Astrologer

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Dr Sear’s PACE programme for weight loss!

Durational exercise tells your body to build fat. That’s how your body adapts to this kind of activity. Then, if you stop your cardio routine, you’ll put on even more fat very rapidly. This is common as your body gets into the routine of making the extra fat.  Many just get bored. But many find they have to stop cardio because this unnatural activity has caused degeneration of their joints. And another point: If you persist through middle age and beyond, cardio accelerates some very negative effects of aging. It lowers testosterone and growth hormone, boosts destructive cortisol levels and robs you of muscle, bone and internal organ mass and strength.

But short-duration exercise – like PACE – actually increases levels of growth hormone. Researchers from Loughborough University in Leicestershire, England tested growth hormone levels in sprinters and endurance athletes. On average, the sprinters had 3 times as much growth hormone as the endurance runners.3 The biggest point they missed is this: The most important changes from exercise occur after, not during, the exercise period.

The way you exercise affects your metabolism for several days. The important changes begin after you stop exercising. This is good news. It means all you have to do during your exercise is stimulate the adaptive response you need – like reducing your need for fat or building reserve capacity in your heart. Your body will continue making the important changes afterwards – while you rest. You don’t need to go to the gym to get started.

Let’s take walking as an example. This is the easiest way to get started if you’re de-conditioned or facing a physical challenge. Here are a few points to consider: When you’re walking, you need to start at a comfortable pace and slowly speed up until you feel your heart rate increase. When you feel this extra bit of exertion, maintain it until you start to feel winded. Then stop and catch your breath. Take a few minutes to recover and focus on your breath until you’re breathing normally. This will be your first “set.”

You warm up by walking at a normal, comfortable pace for 1 to 2 minutes. Then you slowly start to walk faster. As you increase your speed, pick a target and then maintain it. This is a little subjective, so you’re going to have to get a feel for it. For example, when you start off walking at a normal pace, imagine your top walking speed and then work back from there. So tell yourself, “I’m going to walk normally and then increase my speed by about 15%.” Then hold that speed and maintain it for a few minutes.

If you don’t feel like that increase is giving you a challenge, go up a notch until you’ve increased your speed by 20 to 25%. Then hold that speed and maintain it for a few minutes. This is how you gauge your exertion level. You know you’re getting close when you feel your heart rate go up. And when you feel this extra exertion, look at your watch and see how long you can sustain it. If you can do it for 2 to 3 minutes, great. If not, it doesn’t matter. Just follow this pattern.

After you’ve challenged yourself for a few minutes, stop and rest. Ideally, you should feel winded. You should be breathing heavier than you usually do and you should feel your heart beating faster. Now begin your recovery period. Allow your heart rate and breath to return to normal. When you’ve completed your first set, try another. At this point, repeat your first set without increasing your intensity. If you want to ramp up the challenge, increase the amount of time you walk at a faster speed. By walking and first gauging your exertion capacity, you can do a productive PACE routine at your own level. It doesn’t matter how quickly you can walk. Even if your top exertion speed is just above your normal walking speed, you can give yourself enough of a challenge to expand your lung volume and build reserve capacity in your heart. This gradual build up in cardio-pulmonary power will get you to higher levels and extend your endurance.

Little by little, you’ll become more and more conditioned and better able to handle more intense challenges. When you feel you’ve improved your exercise capacity – or if you want to start with something more challenging than walking – use this same formula with swimming or biking. Both give you a good heart and lung workout.

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Stomping

Watch what stomping is.

Anyone can do it. A great way to de-stress and get in a trance!

Six Reasons Why You Should Stay Married

Six Reasons Why You Should Stay Married

by Jane Benitez in Relationships, October 7, 2009

You will learn six of the most ingenious and incredible reasons why you should stay married. Never before revealed until now!

  1. Most marriages

    are worth saving despite the general view that one in every two or three are duds. What’s the point in swapping one set of difficult circumstances for another set when it deprives children of living with two parents they love? And look at the divorcees we know – how many are much, much happier?

  2. Should you have to end your marriage, do so knowing you have tried your hardest and that coping on your own is infinitely preferable to coping with a useless wife or husband. This will be liberating and uplifting and we will all be there to cheer you on.
  3. Therefore, if you find yourself feeling unhappy, stressed, exhausted, tempted by other men or women, taken for granted and sick of your spouse then you must deal with it how you like. Some like to scream, then get a migraine, which breaks the tension because your spouse then says how many headaches have you had this week and he or she are certain you don’t have a brain tumor

    . Why, something bugs you one day and not another is a mystery. Just know it happens.

  4. You certainly will wake up one morning and notice that the person you agreed to stay with till death do you part, no longer exists. It’s no reason for stomping off. What kind of person would you be if you didn’t change? Even dead people change. What did you think? That you wouldn’t? This change is a reason for having a life beyond your marriage.
  5. The biggest mistake you can make is to imagine one person can and must satisfy your every physical, emotional, financial, intellectual, spiritual, professional and culinary need. How could they? They need only be a partner in an arrangement which will probably involve the raising of children in reasonably happy and comfortable circumstances and all you need from them is affection, respect and help, which is more than you will get if you are a single parent

    and lonely.

  6. The severity of leaving is really neither here nor there if you don’t have children. You can please yourself about leaving since you only have each other to hurt. But even then, all the above still applies. I would advise patience, especially when you have already put so much effort into being accommodating. It’s amazing what changes if you hang on. Hair grows, laughs change, tempers improve, bridgework can eradicate slurping.

Therefore, it just might be easier to stay married and forget all the nonsense.

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The Humming Bird.

THE THERAPEUTIC BATHS of Dr. Hazel Parcells

Dr. Hazel Parcells, the revered “grand dame of alternative medicine” cured herself of “terminal” tuberculosis in the 1930’s, nursing herself back to full health by simply changing her diet. For the next half-century, until her death at 106, the tenacious Dr. Parcells embarked on an an extraordinary career of original research into “kitchen chemistry,” nature’s remedies, and the underlying causes of the health problems of our time.

The Sea Salt and Baking Soda Bath:
One pound of each in a tub of water as hot as you are able to stand, stay in the bath until the water has cooled (20-25 minutes). This relieves environmental radiation from our bodies, especially after air travel and X-rays. Symptoms of radiation exposure can be headaches, mild nausea, tiredness, muscle aches, and problems with balance.

Apple Cider Vinegar Bath:
This bath is a general detoxifier. It raises the acid level in the body to help build immunity. Take before the symptoms of a cold or flu or when there is fatigue from mental or emotional stress. Mix two cups of Apple Cider Vinegar to a tub of water as hot as you can stand and stay in the bath until the water has cooled.

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QXCI- Allegy Testing Device

The QXCI is a computerised system devised by ex-NASA computer programmer, Bill Nelson,  who now lives in Hungary.  He wanted to help his son who was autistic at the time develop like a normal child. He came up first with a device that was approved by the FDA. A few years later he decided that a machine can be made to rebalance the body’s wave patterns, and this is what the QXCI is.

We are energy beings and we are vibrating all the time and sometimes negative thoughts , vaccinations and events like traumas can tie knots in our energy systems, therefore producing illnesses, diseases and feelings of lethargy. We have a field around us that we can keep clean by meditating, doing cleansing exercises on a weekly basis, by praying or saying positive affirmations.

The QXCI has been programmed with over 7000 items which have turned into frequencies. The test only takes 3  minutes to see where the body is out of balance and how it can be helped to get back to normal.  The QXCI is not a medical diagnostic device,  it is a hint and suggestion device which can be used to get more information from the medical establishment.

The computer works at biological speed, there’s no interference from the therapist,  no muscle testing or probe point. The QXCI is an amazing tool which can strengthen the individual’s ability to get back to health quickly.

For a consultation, please contact Danielle on 01633 810126. For best results is is adviseable to have at least 3 sessions.