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FOOD YOGA - Nourishing Body, Mind & Soul By Paul Turner
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Author Paul Rodney Turner the "food yogi" takes you on a journey of rediscovering food and its importance in our spiritual evolution. FOOD YOGA not only offers practical guidance on how... More > to live a healthy and happy life by reconnecting with nature, but also introduces the reader to the power of food as a uniter and a medium for expressing our love for the divine. Food yoga springs from the belief that the kind of food we eat affects our consciousness and subsequent behaviours. All the world’s great spiritual traditions have elaborate food offering rituals carefully designed to expand consciousness and all use food as a means to represent or please the Divine and to expand the consciousness of their followers. Food yoga is, in essence, a discipline that honors all spiritual paths by embracing their core teaching – that food in its most pure form is divine and, therefore an excellent medium for spiritual purification.< Less
Super Supplements By Dr Bruce A J Dewe, Joan R Dewe
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We recommend ProVitality+. This is a four-factor sachette that contains 1x Salmon Oil Plus (all 8 omega-3s), 1x Carotenoid Complex (antoxidants from 25 fruits and vege), 1x Tre-en-en (phytolipids... More > & phytosterols) and 1x multi-vitamin/multi-mineral complex. It's a simple, easy way to introduce family (and friends) to whole-food-natural supplements that work. We recommend ProVitality+ because the World Health Organisation's 2005 Chronic Disease Report makes it plain we are losing the battle against chronic diseases like Heart Disease, Stroke, Cancer, Chronic Respiratory Disease and Diabetes. We need to stop smoking, exercise more and change our diet and Pro Vitality+ provides the very nutrients the WHO recommends as prevention criteria. Dr & Mrs Dewe write with the combined skills of an MD and a Natural Medicine Practitioner, plus an awareness of the WHO recommendations of increasing whole grains, fruit and vegetables and fish in the diet.< Less