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Is Commitment a Dirty Word?

by Leisa on February 15, 2008

A couple of small incidents happened over the last couple of days which have left me pondering over the meaning of the word commitment. The dictionary says that commitment is “the trait of sincere and steadfast fixity of purpose”. I get the feeling though, that a lot of people see the word commitment in a
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Saliva Hormone Testing Available Online!

by Leisa on February 12, 2008

This is something I’ve been working on for quite some time, and now it has finally launched! My new website www.salivahormonereport.com is up and running, and this is something quite new in the health world, and is a very unique health service that many people will find extremely helpful. With today’s adulterated food, stresses, xeno-oestrogens,
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There’s Nothing Accidental About Murder

by Leisa on February 7, 2008

When one person kills another through a genuine accident or through no fault of their own it is termed manslaughter.  When one person dies at the hands of another person who is knowingly in charge of a lethal weapon, it is murder. And this is what happened to Heath Ledger, murdered by the medical industry
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Doctors Drive Me Crazy!

by Leisa on February 4, 2008

I try very hard not to Dr. bash, (ok, I don’t try THAT hard!), but what they do at times certainly does drive me crazy! This area came up again today when I had a consultation with an elderly patient who was suffering from faintness, dizziness upon standing and some mental confusion. After taking a case
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Music For My Soul

by Leisa on January 31, 2008

As well as my Green Smoothie obsession, I have another obsession going on at the moment.  You can probably tell I don’t do things by halves!  It’s either all the way or not at all… I have the new Sacred Earth CD, The Way Home, and I can’t stop playing it.  I have it on
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Green For Life!

by Leisa on January 28, 2008

Green smoothies are my new obsession, and although I’ve known about them for a long time, it’s only just recently that I’ve included them as a daily part of life. I have been guilty of what many raw foodists tend to do with food, and that is lean very heavily towards fats in the diet. 
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The Double Blind Debacle

by Leisa on January 26, 2008

We often hear loud protests from the medical community that natural medicine is “unscientific” because many nutrients, herbs, foods and therapies have not undergone the Gold Standard for the scientific industry – the double blind placebo controlled trial. Natural medicine, because of it’s holistic quality, can never conform to industry standards because you cannot measure
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Guru Gimmicks

by Leisa on January 23, 2008

This follows on somewhat from my “Sleepwalkers” blog, where I talked about how people get trapped into habits and behaviours that may be harmful. Another area that I’d really like to encourage people to examine in their own lives is the common tendency in many people to give away their power to others, and to
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One of the most effective additions to your health regime that can create really outstanding results is the simple art of Dry Skin Brushing. The lymphatic system is made up of a network of fluid, organs and vessels that drain toxins, debris, pathogens and excess fluid from the spaces around cells. The fluid in the
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Sleepwalkers

by Leisa on January 19, 2008

I often find myself observing people, and time and again I wonder if many of us are aware of the habits and behaviours we participate in, that are doing us harm.  I suspect so many people are “sleepwalking” through life, never taking the time to step back and look at what they are doing and
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