I used to consume a good quantity of sweet fruits. Half a watermelon and 5-7 pieces of seasonal fruit was a typical day. And I achieved great results. It works. On the other hand, I heard from other authors how great it is to live with no sweet fruits at all. For several years I’ve been wanting to try this approach myself. Read the rest of this entry »
You know her. She’s an “older” lady. (Why do we think older sounds younger than old?) The kind who breathes sweetness, gratitude, joy. Her presence is delightful. She is never without a genuine smile and she is pleasant to look at. She isn’t flawless. Certainly not wrinkle-free. Yet she stands out among other “old” people. She wears none of those furrowed brows and pursed lips formed from anger, disapproval, resentment. She may be sixty, seventy, eighty, ninety or more. But at any of these chronological ages, she’ll stand out from those sadder, more tragically carved faces in the background. Question: When you reach her chronological age, which face would you like to present? Read the rest of this entry »
September 1, 2010
Thanks so much, Tonya! Keep up the great work. You have inspired me, and as a consequence, my patients here in Germany in many ways!!!-B.
September 3, 1010
I love your cream!
this is the first time I’ll be able to try both the masque and the cream at the same time again! i get to see it’s the best cleanest cream on the market hands down… takes away my ‘fine lines’ – i pray one day my skin is as remarkable as yours…-J. Read the rest of this entry »
Vanity. Despite how it may sound it can be the one and only thing that is big enough to drive people to change their bad habits and unhealthy lifestyles. It’s not that most people don’t know the drawbacks of a poor diet and detrimental lifestyle practices such as smoking or overeating, but for some people even after they hear all the testimonies about how good they can feel and some of the powerful healing effects of raw foods, they still have a hard time finding the inspiration to really go out there and do it.
If You Need Another Incentive…
For some people, being gravely ill and without viable alternatives becomes a good incentive to start the raw food diet, but, for others, a lack of motivation is the real problem. Many women have told me that they would not consider going raw for their health-they would just take medication. They would, however, do it for beauty. Clearly, beauty is a great impetus. This goal does not, however, preclude men, the raw food diet is just as beneficial for them-it just makes them handsome instead of beautiful. Read the rest of this entry »
Raw beets are nutritional powerhouses, containing high levels of fiber, the right kinds of natural sugars, vitamins C and K, and an impressive amount of carotenoids and antioxidants which help protect against heart disease and colon cancer. Read the rest of this entry »
Assuming you are overweight when you begin the transition to the raw food diet, and you start to lose weight, this will affect your breasts. Can you really increase your breast size? Can you firm and tone your breasts? Read the rest of this entry »
Obesity and Diabetes
More than 65% of American adults are overweight or obese, according to the National Institute of Health. The U.S. obesity rate has been climbing steadily in recent years. Carrying extra weight not only increases the chances of developing serious health problems, such as diabetes and also affects how we age. Read the rest of this entry »
“How come you don’t have any wrinkles?” People often ask me, point blank. I’m “supposed to” have wrinkles, after all—I’m over fifty. Specifically, they mean the area around the eyes, one of the first places the telltale signs of aging will show on a woman’s face. The surprising truth, however, is that crows’ feet and wrinkles around the eyes may less mark age than they indicate sun damage, dehydration and weak muscle tone. Read the rest of this entry »
Mornings, for some, are a discouraging part of the day. Waking up can be hard enough…and then you look in the mirror. “Whoa!” you say. “What happened?”
You can try a cold washcloth, as I have. But it only goes so far to bring down the puffiness in your face. Read the rest of this entry »