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Optimum Health and Wellbeing:
Neuro-Training with Kinesiology Newsletter

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Adrenal Fatigue

2 March, 2011

I have just read an interesting book titled “Adrenal Fatigue – The 21st Century Stress Syndrome” by Dr James L. Wilson, and thought I would use it to write this newsletter. There are varying degrees of severity of Adrenal Fatigue and no matter where someone is on the scale; there is a path to recuperation. […]

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Aloe Vera

2 December, 2010

Aloe Vera is a plant well known for helping with burns. However it can also be used for relief from stings and bites.   And while on the subject of Aloe Vera and with the possible over indulgence of rich foods over the Festive Season, Aloe Vera juice helps settle the stomach; promotes smooth and […]

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Natural Mosquito Repellent

Natural Mosquito Repellent Ingredients:   If you are making large amounts of mosquito repellent, a good rule of thumb is to mix the repellent so it’s 5-10% essential oil, so mix 1 part essential oil with 10-20 parts carrier oil. For a smaller batch use: 10-25 drops (total) of essential oils 2 tablespoons of a […]

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Fears, Habits, Beliefs

7 September, 2010

A little while ago I went to Sydney for some extra training – there is always more to learn! The training looked at the relationship between our Beliefs, Fears and Habits and was a most worthwhile workshop. The following article has excerpts from the workshop. Our “BELIEFS” are formed when Emotions we attached to the […]

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Immune System

4 June, 2010

Let’s take a quick summary look at the function of the immune system. Basically our immune system is there to “attack” any “foreign” objects entering the system.   Now let’s have a brief look at the “foreign” objects we have in today’s society.   Many of our foods have additives and preservatives often without our […]

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1 March, 2010

Our first reference in life is our genetics. The second reference is behavioural.   Our genetics consist of not just physical characteristics, but also emotional and behavioural patterns, inherited from our parents. Our genetic references are also reinforced in utero, as our nervous system develops its basic foundations.   One example of this is if […]

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