November 2009

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by Leisa on November 28, 2009

I’m now on twitter everyone! Go to Twitter and look for me – LeisaWheeler – and then click on the button to follow me! I look forward to sharing tweets with you! Leisa

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Overdosing on Raw Cacao Coconut Slice!

by Leisa on November 26, 2009

This was funny! Even though I eat what most would call a pretty perfect diet – I do have a sweet tooth and at times can be a little unconscious about the amount of yummy raw food that I eat.  The Raw Cacao Coconut Slice is the one example where my normal restraint goes out
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Are You Healthy Enough to Live Life?

by Leisa on November 24, 2009

This was a question that came up on a beautiful day that my partner William and I spent on a yacht sailing Moreton Bay and enjoying some adventure activities. It was magnificent weather – the sun was shining, a warm breeze was blowing and there were even a few dolphins splashing about the bay.  It
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David Wolfe is Coming to Australia!

by Leisa on November 22, 2009

For the first time ever David “Avocado Noni Cacao” Wolfe is hitting the Australian shores for a tour like no other! Join us in what is going to be a Superfood fueled explosion of Raw Food mania as David Wolfe and Bruce Horowitz tour the Aussie continent from one end to the other sharing cutting
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Stop Classifying Food as Drugs!

by Leisa on November 20, 2009

Why oh why does the government want to regulate our food as drugs? “The difference between a food and a drug is crystal clear:  One is natural and one is man-made synthetic and prone to side effects. If they get away with classifying foods as medicine, prices of nutritional ‘superfoods’ like chlorella and spirulina will
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The Truth About Calcium & Osteoporosis

by Leisa on November 18, 2009

By John Robbins, author of ‘Diet for a New America’ “25% of sixty-five year old women in the United States are diagnosed with osteoporosis. For a person technically to qualify for this label, it means she has lost 50- 75% of the original bone material from her skeleton. That is 1 out of every 4
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Government Wants Right To Detain Sick People

by Leisa on November 16, 2009

What is Australia coming to?  This type of proposal is downright horrifying for those of us who have a different understanding of health and healing than the mainstream orthodox views.  What is being proposed here is a absolute and complete eradication of our rights to health freedom.  It is VERY serious and I want everyone
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Do You Put 515 Chemicals a Day on Your Body?

by Leisa on November 14, 2009

Dailymail.co.uk: “Women and beauty products – it’s a love affair that’s been going on for centuries. And no wonder. There’s nothing like a new lipstick or favourite perfume to make us look and feel good. Or so we thought… In fact, according to a new report, most of our favourite cosmetics are cocktails of industrially
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Scurvy is Making a Comeback!

by Leisa on November 12, 2009

Dailymail.co.uk: “Scurvy is making a comeback among England’s children. Caused by a lack of vitamin C, the potentially fatal disease was a scourge of pirates and sailors in the heyday of the British Empire, but was thought to be largely a thing of the past. However, newly released statistics show that the number of children
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Ex-007 Targets UK Shop Over Foie Gras

by Leisa on November 10, 2009

Ninemsn.com: British actor and former 007 Roger Moore has paid for and starred in a poster campaign outside a top London shop, pressing it to stop selling foie gras. The bus stop poster outside the upmarket department store Selfridges, on the British capital’s Oxford Street, urges shoppers to think twice about buying the delicacy, which
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