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Tip of the month May 2014

A study of mobile devices and mobile masts (base stations) effect on health published has been in the British Medical Journal:

Results The symptoms most related to exposure were:

  • Lack of appetite
  • lack of concentration
  • irritability
  • trouble sleeping

Changes in –2 log likelihood showed similar results. Concerns about the BSs were strongly related with trouble sleeping. The exposure variable remained statistically significant in the multivariate analysis. The bootstrapped values were similar to asymptotic CIs.

And incl: More recently, work developed in Iran indicated that symptoms such as nausea, headache, dizziness, irritability, discomfort, nervousness, depression, sleep disturbance, memory loss and lowering of libido were statistically significant in people living near BSs (<300?m distances) compared with those living far from the BSs (>300?m).

Switch off your mobile phone at night and keep it away from your body when possible. Consider a neutralising device that sticks to the back of your mobile, such as recommended GeoBioTel

Specific Absorbtion Rates (SAR) can be Googled for each mobile (how much radiation the brain absorbs from the mobile device). The government recommendation is that SAR ought to be below 7.

Included, as a small print, with each mobile device instruction booklet is advice that the device should not be nearer than 2″ to the body at any time.

Tip of the month April 2014

“Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results”.
Albert Einstein
Health Kinesiology can be very successful in releasing negative thinking and behaviour patterns. If your thinking and behaviour is causing you or others unhappiness, it can be addressed. Change yourself to change your life.

Tip of the month March 2014

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Tip of the month February 2014

Please watch this uplifting and inspirational feature length documentary destined to change the way humanity thinks about their health and wellbeing. It helps you to understand how health kinesilogy can help you.

Tip of the month January 2014

There is a vast difference between simple sugars – the refined processed kind usually added to foods – and the slow-releasing carbohydrates (wholegrains, pulses, fruit and veg.) that the body converts to glucose to use as fuel. One is ageing, the other is vital. Simple sugar is involved in four of the ageing processes – acidication, inflammation, emilinative slowdown and hormonal imbalance. A diet full of highly sugared foods slows the body’s ability to regenerate itself and so speeds the ageing process. On an everyday level it causes aching joints, cravings, flabby belly, lack of muscle tone, lowered alertness, mood swings, puffy eyes, spots, tooth decay and wrinkles. Sugar has been shown to sorten life span, hence its nickname ‘white death’. It is the most ageing food of all. -E. Peyton-Jones, dietician
Health kinesiology can help you!

Tip of the month December 2013

As many indulge in rich food and alcohol at this time of the year, there are simple ways to support your body. Keep hydrated by increasing your water consumption. Divide your body weight in kilos by 30 to calculate the amount of water in litres you require on a normal day. To rehydrate after a heavy night mix 6 level teaspoons of sugar and one level teaspoon of salt in one litre of water, mix well and drink. Alcohol irritates stomach lining, to prevent and help with this take friendly bacteria in a sugar and additive free capsule form, these are readily available in health food shops and on line (e.g. acidophilus and others). To help with digestion of heavy and rich foods take digestive enzyme supplement, available as above. Digestive enzymes are produced by healthy bodies, but occasionally a boost is of benefit. Take with each rich meal. It is the stomach acids that break down the food and antacids such as Rennie do not help with this due to their alkalising effect. Take milk thistle supplement to support your liver.
Happy Christmas!

Tip of the month November 2013

Are you feeling low? At the end of each day write down all the little and not so little positive things and things that made you happy and smile that day. Keep a diary of happy things to re-train your brain to focus on the positives and learn to be happier. It has been proven that smiling makes you happier, so even if you do not feel happy – smile! If this fails, book HK 🙂

Tip of the month October 2013

Allow yourself to be happy. Too many people do not realise that happiness is a choice. Are you living the life you want to live, or one that you are expected to live? Are you stuck in the same patterns and habitual behaviours that do not fulfill you? Are you busying and distracting yourself constantly to avoid facing your real needs? Most common regrets in later life are having spent too much time working, not having been brave enough to make different choices, and not spending enough time with loved ones and losing touch with old friends. Health kinesiology is a powerful therapy that can support you and free you to be yourself, amongst other things. Be the person you are meant to be.

Tip of the month September

Are your limiting beliefs affecting your income flow? What kind of beliefs do you have around money and income in relation to yourself? Here is a free webinar about how to use ETF tapping technique to release these limiting beliefs.

Don’t know what your limiting beliefs are? HK can release them!

Tip of the Month August 2013

Check this out for a simple test for low stomach acid. Symptoms of low stomach acid are bloating especially following a meal, belching, flatulence, indigestion, food allergies, chronic infections, weak or peeling nails, constipation or/and diarrhoea and more.

Tip of the Month July 2013

Health benefits of garlic: Garlic contains B vitamins, it is antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, blood purifier, it also helps to regulate blood sugar levels and blood pressure. Garlic has antibiotic properties as well as hormone balancing properties. Phytoestrogens in garlic can help perimenopausal and menopausal women. Raw and cooked garlic have different properties, hence it is good to eat both. If you dislike the taste (or smell!) there are many odour free supplements available out there. Be well!

Photo of Minna Oldfield Hi, I'm Minna. I help my clients to let go of limiting beliefs, past hurts and traumas and optimise their health so that they can reach their goals and have fulfilling lives, relationships and careers.



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